Description: Former Cardinals tight end Jim Dray signed a deal with Cleveland.
Insight: Fantasy owners can scratch him off the list as he'll be behind Jordan Cameron. Dray posted career highs last season with 26 catches for 215 yards and a pair of scores. Jordan had that beat after Week 3 and finished with 80-917-7.
Description: Green Bay re-signed tight end Andrew Quarless.
Insight: Given that Jermichael Finley is gone, Quarless could get a full season of work with Aaron Rodgers. Quarless caught 32 balls for 312 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Its also possible that he'll time-share with Brandon Bostick, so there is a limit to how much he can produce even with a great QB who likes to throw to his tight end.
Description: Houston has released tight end Owen Daniels. SOURCE: John McClain, Houston Chronicle
Insight: Daniels only saw the field five times last season, logging 24 catches for 252 receiving yards and three touchdowns. If he can stay healthy, Daniels should be a strong bounceback candidate for 2014. Of course, a lot of that depends on what team he ends up signing with.
Description: Former Vikings and Seahawks tight end John Carlson has reached a two-year, $4.65 million agreement with the Cardinals. SOURCE: Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Insight: That didn't take long. Carlson was released by Minnesota less than 48 hours ago. Carlson has never caught more than 55 passes in any of his five seasons in the league. We doubt that changes in Arizona.
Description: Steelers tight end Heath Miller has agreed to a two-year extension. SOURCE: Tom Pelissero, USA Today
Insight: Miller also restructured his contract for next season by trimming his cap figure from $9.5 million to $6.1 million. He's one of Ben Roethlisberger's favorite targets and should have a decent fantasy campaign in 2014.
Description: Minnesota released tight end John Carlson on Tuesday.
Insight: Carlson saw some action while Kyle Rudolph was hurt last season but that only lasted until he got injured himself (concussion in Week 14). Carlson will be 30 in May and it's fair to wonder how much he has left in the tank.
Description: The Saints and Jimmy Graham are at odds over the team's decision to give him the franchise tag. SOURCE: Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Insight: It sounds like we may have a holdout on our hands. As unhappy as Graham is about his current contract situation, he doesn't have much leverage. Graham will likely contend that he should be tagged as a wide receiver, though it's unlikely he'll win that argument.
Description: New Orleans will use its franchise tag on tight end Jimmy Graham. SOURCE: Chris Mortensen, ESPN
Insight: The tag is non-exclusive which means that for the price of two first-round picks, another team could sign him. Of course, the Saints could always just match the offer. Tight ends who are franchised will earn $7.035 million in 2014.