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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Monday will be a big day for the Redskins, with defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins, corner Orlando Scandrick and outside linebacker Pernell McPhee visiting. The latter was first reported by the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport Sunday night and then confirmed. McPhee was cut by Chicago in February; health has been his biggest issue but he does offer versatility as a pass rusher -- playing outside linebacker, but with the size to move inside on some packages. The Redskins have made an offer to outside linebacker Junior Galette, but in a tweet Sunday he said though the Redskins make the most sense for him, "it's Gotta Be Fair." The Redskins also have hosted linebacker/defensive end Benson Mayowa.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Can confirm: Ndamukong Suh will be visiting with the Rams this week. If he signs, he would join a defensive line that includes Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers. Jordan Schultz of Yahoo! was first.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

RB Jeremy Hill's 1-year deal with the Patriots has a $1 million base salary, and includes a $150,000 signing bonus. He can earn an additional $300,000 in roster bonuses, and has a $50,000 workout bonus.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Per ESPN's Dan Graziano, Kirk Cousins' three-year Vikings contract includes a $3M signing bonus and fully guaranteed salaries of $22.5M, $27.5M and $29.5M, fully guaranteed $500K workout bonuses each year, up to $2M incentives per year, a no-trade clause and a no-transition tag provision in 2021.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Details on Jimmy Graham‘s contract with the Packers: it's three years and $30 million and includes an $11 million signing bonus. It also includes a $5 million roster bonus due on the third day of the 2019 league year. Graham will make $2 million in salary and other bonuses this season for a total of $13 million in the first year. The $11 million signing bonus is the only guaranteed money.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Long snapper L.P. Ladouceur will re-sign with the Cowboys on Monday, according to sources, on a one-year deal. He will be in his 14th season with the franchise. Only Jason Witten, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, Bill Bates and Mark Tuinei will have more years of service to the Cowboys than Ladouceur.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

In dealing Cordarrelle Patterson and saving more than $3 million in salary cap space, the Raiders are losing a player who led the NFL in kick return average (28.3 yards per return) among those with at least 15 returns last season, and who was one of 12 receivers to average at least 5.9 yards after catch, with at least 30 receptions.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The Steelers are becoming a landing strip for former Florida Gators. Four former UF players are on the current roster with the addition of linebacker Jon Bostic, who joins cornerback Joe Haden, right tackle Marcus Gilbert and center Maurkice Pouncey.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive end Josh Mauro will visit the Giants, per source. He's set to arrive Sunday. Knows defensive coordinator James Bettcher from time with Cardinals. Fits the scheme. Good 5-technique DE with 26 career starts in four years. He had 22 tackles and a sack last season.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Teddy Bridgewater signed his one-year contact today. "I'm excited about the direction we're headed in," he said via the team.. "I'm excited to be a part of something that can be very special and I just look forward to getting to work with the guys and a great year." He joins a crowded depth chart that includes Josh McCown, Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Wide receiver Terrelle Pryor is visiting the Seahawks today, according to the NFL Network and Some interesting history there: Pryor spent the 2014 offseason with the Seahawks after they acquired him in a trade with Oakland. That was back when he was still a quarterback. The Seahawks were interested in moving him to receiver but Pryor wasn't receptive to the switch at the time. The 28-year-old Pryor is coming off a down season in Washington after topping 1,000 yards in 2016 with Cleveland.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Free-agent offensive tackle Cameron Fleming is scheduled to visit the Cowboys early this week, according to ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer. Fleming has been a valuable backup since being selected in the fourth round of the 2014 draft out of Stanford, stepping in as a starter for 20 regular-season games. The Cowboys could be looking at Fleming as a starting right tackle, which would allow them to move La'el Collins back to left guard. In New England, Fleming would project to compete for a starting role at left tackle, as the team's right tackle spot is locked down by Marcus Cannon (who previously struggled when moved to left tackle).

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are scheduled to meet with free-agent right tackle Cameron Fleming, according to sources. Fleming started 27 of 40 games for New England, including Super Bowl XLII. If he signs, the Cowboys could consider moving La'el Collins back to left guard, which would strengthen their positioning up the middle with Travis Frederick and Zack Martin.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills are schedule to host free-agent center Russell Bodine on a visit, a source confirmed Sunday. Bodine, 25, started the past four seasons for Cincinnati. His visit means the Bills might not give backup Ryan Groy by default the starting job formerly held by Eric Wood. NFL Network first reported Bodine's visit.