Teams throughout the NFL were busy on Tuesday, continuing to tweak rosters and search for bargain signings prior to the 2013 NFL Draft.
With the draft just over two weeks away, teams want to know specifically what they need to target -- even if it's something as minor as a backup quarterback, or special teams linebacker.
Here's a look at the latest news and rumors throughout the NFL on Tuesday -- including more rumors regarding the never-ending Revis saga.
Seattle was actively looking for a backup quarterback after trading Matt Flynn to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for draft picks. The Seahawks inquired about Tim Tebow late last week, but will not pursue a trade with the Jets.
Quinn provides little value to Seattle's roster, but Pete Carroll liked what he saw enough to take a chance on the former first-round pick.
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The Raiders currently have Flynn and Terrelle Pryor on the roster, and are looking for a third quarterback to bring into the competition. Flynn is expected to earn Oakland's starting quarterback job -- but he was expected to do the same last season in Seattle, before Russell Wilson passed him on the depth chart.
Oakland will work out former Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace on Wednesday.
Oakland boosts secondary, signs Young
The Raiders weren't just eyeing quarterbacks on Tuesday. Oakland continued to revamp its secondary, signing free-agent safety Usama Young, formerly of the Cleveland Browns and New Orleans Saints, according to NFL.com.
Young spent the last two seasons with Cleveland, appearing in 29 games, starting 19 of them. Young enjoyed his most successful professional season in 2012, appearing in 13 games, recording 53 tackles, defending seven passes, while adding three interceptions, a forced fumble, and 1.5 sacks for the season.
Oakland recently signed Mike Jenkins and Tracy Porter, and will boast a significantly different secondary in 2013 than it did in 2012. Oakland's defense ranked 20th in the NFL against the pass last season.
Time for the two teams to make a trade could be running out. The Buccaneers reportedly want to conduct an extensive medical exam of Revis' knee before signing off on a trade and handing Revis a multi-year extension. Such an exam could take nearly a week, and with just over two weeks to go until the 2013 NFL Draft, time is not favoring the Jets and Bucs.
If Tampa Bay is willing to surrender its 2013 first-round pick for Revis, it's likely that a deal will occur, bringing Revis Island to the NFC South. Revis would solidify the transformation of the NFL's worst-secondary in 2012, and turn it into one of the best -- at least, on paper.
It's not often a player can spend three seasons away from football and return as a productive player, but that's exactly what former No. 1 overall pick JaMarcus Russell is attempting to do. Russell's comeback attempt appears to be legitimate, as both the Bears and Cardinals are reportedly interested in the former Raiders quarterback.
Russell would start for neither Chicago nor Arizona, and if either team signs him, Russell would compete for backup duties behind either Carson Palmer or Jay Cutler.
In either scenario, Russell would get to work with an offensive-minded head coach, as Marc Trestman and Bruce Arians both boast track records of success with quarterbacks. Landing in either Arizona or Chicago would be an ideal scenario for Russell -- and he'll have to impress both teams at private workouts to make it happen.
Dallas put offensive tackle Doug Free in a strange spot on Tuesday -- reportedly asking the lineman to take a pay cut, that could allow the team to sign Winston.
The most awkward part of all? Winston would replace Free at starting right tackle for the Cowboys.
If Free agrees, the Cowboys could move Free to the interior line, and allow him to compete for a starting guard position. Free will earn $7 million in 2013, and carries a cap charge of $10 million -- regardless of if the Cowboys release him or not. Dallas could wait until the summer to release Free, allowing the Cowboys to spread out his cap charge over future years.
The Cowboys desperately need to protect Tony Romo if they expect to compete in the highly competitive NFC East, and having both Winston and Free on the roster would be a step in the right direction.
Jordan contributes on special teams and can play both inside linebacker and outside linebacker. Given his versatility, and likely modest price tag, he is likely attractive to the Bengals, who are attempting to strengthen their linebacker corps this offseason.
Jordan finished the 2012 season with 44 tackles in 14 games, and forced four fumbles.