Cornerback Brandon Flowers reached a deal to sign a one-year contract with the San Diego Chargers, according to multiple reports on Tuesday.
Flowers was released by the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this month and was coveted by several teams.
A Pro Bowl selection last season, Flowers was released by the Chiefs because his salary-cap hit was $10.5 million for this season. He signed a five-year, $50 million contract with $22 million guaranteed in 2011.
The 28-year-old Flowers, who was selected in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Chiefs, is expected to bolster the Chargers' secondary depth. He also will have an opportunity to prove this season that he is deserving of another long-term deal.
---Wide receiver Allen Robinson signed a four-year, $3.5 million rookie contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars, becoming the eighth member of the team's 2014 NFL Draft class under contract.
Robinson, whose deal included an $873,000 signing bonus, missed time during the organized team activities and minicamp this spring with a right hamstring injury.
"I've been doing some running and stuff, so it's getting a lot better," Robinson said. "I should be ready for training camp."
Robinson was drafted No. 61 overall in the second round out of Penn State. He was the second wide receiver picked by the Jaguars. Marqise Lee, who was chosen 39th overall, remains unsigned after also missing considerable time after the draft with an ankle injury.
In three years at Penn State, Robinson had 177 receptions for 2,474 yards and 17 touchdowns, including 97 catches for 1,432 yards and six touchdowns last season.
---Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers sized up the Packers' roster and likes the way it's coming together for the 2014 season.
"I think we're a bigger, more physically intimidating team," Rodgers told ESPN.com. "We haven't had the kind of physical talent as far as size here in a while."
Rodgers is impressed in particular with the size of Green Bay newcomers Julius Peppers, a 6-foot-7, 287-pound defensive end, and Richard Rodgers, a 6-4, 257-pound tight end.
Rodgers believes the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks might have started a trend with a bigger-is-better lineup at some spots.
"It's natural when teams win the Super Bowl, everybody takes a hard look at what makes their team a championship-caliber team," Rodgers said. "With Seattle, you've got large players in positions you haven't quite seen that size player in a while."
---The Atlanta Falcons have no room for wide receiver Dominique Croom.
The Falcons waived the 6-foot, 190-pound Croom after signing him to their practice squad in November. The move trimmed the Atlanta roster to 87 players, including 11 wide receivers.
Croom originally signed with the Cleveland Browns as a college free agent out of Central Arkansas after the 2013 NFL Draft.