Free agent offensive lineman Matt Feiler signed with the Buccaneers after being released by the Chargers last season.
Feiler made 33 total starts in two seasons with Los Angeles.
The 30-year-old was undrafted in 2014 and signed with the Houston Texans before spending four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He has 73 career starts in 78 games and could slide into the guard spot Tampa left vacant after trading Shaq Mason to the Texans in March.
–Offensive tackle Ethan Greenidge signed with the Falcons after four seasons with the Saints.
Greenidge was undrafted in 2019 and spent the season on the inactive list. He played in 15 games in 2020 but was placed on injured reserve out of training camp each of the past two seasons.
Greenidge, 25, can play guard and tackle. With the top two tackle spots likely covered in Atlanta, the 335-pounder could be in play as a guard or swing tackle with the Falcons.
–Cornerback Joejuan Williams, a former Patriots second-round pick, signed with the Vikings.
Williams was drafted 45th overall by New England in 2019 and played in 36 games before missing the 2022 season with a shoulder injury.
Williams, 25, made his first NFL start and set career highs in tackles (21) and passes defensed (five) in 2021.
–The Bills re-signed linebacker A.J. Klein to a one-year deal.
Klein, 31, played in six games with Buffalo after the team claimed him off waivers in November. He finished with 16 tackles in 10 games (two starts) with the Bills, Bears and Ravens.
He has 15.5 career sacks in 10 seasons with five teams.
–The Lions are re-signing defensive back Saivion Smith after a scary neck injury in Week 5 — his first start — derailed his 2022 season.
Smith had offseason disc surgery. He’s played in 10 games (two starts) over parts of three seasons.
–Wide receiver/return specialist Dante Pettis re-signed with the Bears on a one-year contract.
Pettis, 27, caught 19 passes for 245 yards and three touchdowns in 17 games (seven starts) with Chicago in 2022.
A second-round pick by San Francisco in 2018, he has 71 catches for 984 yards and 12 scores in 50 games (19 starts) with the 49ers, New York Giants and Bears.
–The 49ers signed wide receiver Chris Conley to a one-year deal.
Conley, 30, has 217 receptions for 2,853 yards and 15 touchdowns in 109 career games (63 starts) with four teams.
A third-round pick by the Chiefs in 2015, Conley split the 2022 season with the Texans and Titans.
–The Chargers re-signed wide receiver Jalen Guyton. Terms were not disclosed.
Guyton tore his ACL in Week 3 last season but was reportedly on the field for the start of Monday’s offseason workouts.
Guyton, 25, has 61 catches for 1,023 yards and six TDs in 38 games (11 starts) since joining the Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2019.
–Field Level Media