BALTIMORE RAVENS: Linebacker Elvis Dumervil has left the building (cut). So have safety Lardarius Webb (cut) and linebacker Zach Orr (retired). But the Ravens made sure nose tackle Brandon Williams wasn't going anywhere in free agency.
Williams received a reported five-year, $54.5 million, with $27.5 million guaranteed, to remain with Baltimore.
Baltimore also added safety Tony Jefferson (Arizona) and cornerback Barndon Carr (Dallas) in free agency.
The offense has been addressed by the signing of running back Danny Woodhead (San Diego).
Other notable departures through signings with other teams include offensive tackle Rick Wagner (Detroit), defensive end Lawrence Guy (New England), fullback Kyle Juszczyk (San Francisco) and guard Vladimir Ducasse (Buffalo).
Wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. also retired.
Center Jeremy Zuttah was traded (San Francisco).
CINCINNATI BENGALS: Cincinnati mainstay Andrew Whitworth moved on after 11 seasons with the Bengals and has signed with the Los Angeles Rams.
That's opened up left tackle for third-year pro Cedric Ogbuehi, a first-round pick in 2015.
Starting right guard Kevin Zeitler, Cincinnati's first-round pick in 2012, also departed in free agency and received a reported five-year, $60 million contract with Cleveland ($31.5 million guaranteed).
The Bengals brought back 2009 No. 1 pick Andre Smith, who played right tackle for six seasons in Cincinnati before spending last season in Minnesota, to assume Zeitler's old spot at right guard.
Another high-profile departure in free agency was that of nose tackle Domata Peko to Denver. Peko's 171 games played are second all-time for a defensive lineman in Cincinnati.
The Bengals got younger at linebacker when they signed Kevin Minter from Arizona. Minter was a second-round pick of the Cardinals in 2013 and the defensive captain in Arizona.
Wide receiver Brandon LaFell re-signed for two more years in Cincinnati after catching 64 passes for 862 yards and a team-leading six touchdown receptions in 2016, his first season with the Bengals.
CLEVELAND BROWNS: Zeitler wasn't the only new offensive lineman who generated headlines in Cleveland in free agency. The Browns also signed center JC Tretter (Green Bay), retained guard Joel Bitonio and picked up center Markus Martin (waivers, San Francisco).
The Browns also made some skill-position additions.
Wide receiver Kenny Britt (68 catches for 1,002 yards and five TDs with the Rams last season) has been brought aboard.
And quarterback Brock Osweiler was acquired in a trade with Houston (along with a 2017 sixth-round pick and a 2018 second-round selection) in exchange for Cleveland's fourth-round compensatory pick in 2017.
Cleveland has eight picks in the first two rounds of the 2017 and 2018 drafts.
"We're really excited to acquire a second round draft choice in this trade," Executive Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown told Clevelandbrowns.com. "Draft picks are extremely important to our approach in building a championship caliber football team. We are intent on adding competition to every position on our roster and look forward to having Brock come in and compete."
Wide receiver Terrelle Pryor left Cleveland and signed with the Washington Redskins.