---The Buffalo Bills announced that they've re-signed linebacker Bryan Scott. Terms weren't disclosed, as per team policy.
Scott had 45 solo tackles and a career-best four interceptions in 16 games last season. In 10 NFL seasons, six with the Bills, he has 11 interceptions.
---New York Giants cornerback Corey Webster and center David Baas agreed to reduced salaries to stay with the team, according to a New York Daily News report.
Webster will earn $4 million in the final year of his deal, instead of the $7.25 he was scheduled to receive.
Baas restructured his base salary of $4.25 million to $1.25 million for this season, according to the NFL Players Association website. Bass will recover the missing salary as a $3 million bonus, an NFL source told the paper.
The two deals gave the Giants $8 million to $9 million in cap space. The extra room might help the Giants tender restricted free agents like Victor Cruz, Andre Brown and Stevie Brown. The team also hopes to re-sign some of their free agents like Kevin Boothe and Martellus Bennett.
---The San Francisco 49ers tendered restricted free agent cornerback Tramaine Brock and signed wide receiver Joe Hastings to a one-year deal.
Brock's tender would pay him $1.323 million for 2013. He was primarily a special teams player in 2012, logging 15 tackles on coverage units.
---The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed halfback Cedric Peerman and extended tender offers to three other players with expiring contracts.
Fourth-year safety Jeromy Miles, third-year wide receiver Andrew Hawkins and third-year linebacker Vincent Rey -- all restricted free agents -- were tendered offers that allow the Bengals to retain exclusive negotiating rights for 2013.