Some links to start this first fill day of free agency. I'll have reports throughout the day as I learn more about what's happening.
Seattle receiver Bobby Engram tells Associated Press reporter Tim Booth while attending the UW-Arizona State men's basketball game on Thursday that he isn't optimistic about returning to the Seahawks.
According to Jason LaCanfora is reporting that Washington has interest in Ray Willis to fill the right tackle position.
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Dallas defensive end Chris Canty is scheduled to visit the Seahawks on Monday. Canty also will visit Washington, Tennessee and possibly San Francisco.
Tennessee Titan defensive tackle will not be coming to Seattle, and instead is headed to Washington where he is rumored to become the first $100 million defensive player in the league.
Cincinnati wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh told ESPN late Thursday that teams he's interested in are Seattle, Minnesota, Philadelphia and the New York Giants . However, word out of Cincinnati is the two sides are still working to try and put a deal together.
San Francisco 49ers
John Crumpacker of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Niners have asked Alex Smith to restructure his contract, which pays him a base salary of $9.625 million in 2009. If Smith does not restructure San Francisco will likely cut him loose.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat says the 49ers are working on bringing in Houshmandzadeh in for an interview.
Dan Brown of the San Jose Mercury News reports the 49ers will be low-key in free agency this year.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee lists Pittsburgh wide receiver Nate Washington, Jacksonville offensive tackle Khalif Barnes and Minnesota quarterback Gus Frerotte as possible targets for San Francisco in free agency.
Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic says quarterback Kurt Warner reportedly turned down a 2-year, $20 million deal and will enter free agency.
More Somers: The Cardinals released long snapper Nathan Hodel and sign restricted free agents nose tackle Gabe Watson and tight end Leonard Pope.
ProFootballTalk reports that several teams are interested in Arizona defensive end Antonio Smith.
St. Louis Rams
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Rams made a late-ditch effort to sign cornerback Ron Bartell. However, the attempt was unsuccessful and Bartell reportedly headed to New Orleans for a visit.
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says the hard part starts for St. Louis, as they start to rebuild the team's roster.