---The Seattle Seahawks signed long snapper Jorgen Hus, the team announced Thursday.
Hus originally signed with the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 9, 2013 but was released during training camp on Aug. 26 and did not play last season.
---Veteran interior offensive lineman Eric Olsen signed a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans.
Olsen was one of several backups who visited the Titans this week. Chris Spencer signed with the Titans on Wednesday and Olsen was added over other candidates including Uche Nwaneri and Garrett Reynolds.
Center Brian Schwenke is unlikely to participate in organized team activities this month because of offseason ankle surgery, which will give Spencer and Olsen a chance at extended reps.
---Wide receiver Nate Burleson will visit the Miami Dolphins with the potential to follow former Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas on South Beach.
Delmas signed with the Dolphins in March. He was released on the same day the Lions parted with Burleson to save about $11.5 million in salary cap room. Burleson, 32, caught 39 passes for 461 yards and one touchdown last season after being limited to nine games due to injuries. For his career, Burleson has caught 457 passes for 5,630 yards and 39 touchdowns..
Meanwhile, the Dolphins signed free agent quarterback Jordan Rodgers, who is the younger brother of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, to a one-year contract on Thursday.
---NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders believes the Houston Texans should use the first overall pick in the 2014 draft on Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Appearing on the Tom Joyner Show with Roland Martin, Sanders was asked about the hype surrounding Manziel, the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner projected as a top-10 draft pick.
"Oh, please. I love Johnny Football," Sanders said. "See, the reason people won't accept Johnny Football is because Johnny Football has ghetto tendencies. I love Johnny Football."