NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A person familiar with the deal said Monday the Tennessee Titans agreed to acquire DeMarco Murray in a trade with Philadelphia, trying to land the running back threat they’ve lacked since releasing Chris Johnson.

Murray also agreed to rework the five-year, $40 million contract with $21 million guaranteed he signed with Philadelphia last year, the person told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal won’t be announced until Wednesday.

Murray led the NFL in rushing for 1,845 yards with 13 touchdowns in Dallas in 2014 and was the NFL Offensive Player of the Year. He only ran for 702 yards with the Eagles last season.

Offensive guard Logan Mankins, who was a six-time Pro Bowler with the New England Patriots, retired Monday after two seasons with Tampa Bay, including another Pro Bowl.

Offensive guard Logan Mankins, who was a six-time Pro Bowler with the New England Patriots, retired Monday after two seasons with Tampa Bay, including another Pro Bowl. The Associated Press Photos by The Associated Press

BUCCANEERS: Offensive lineman Logan Mankins, who spent his first nine seasons with the New England Patriots, retired after 11 NFL seasons.

Mankins, 33, a seven-time Pro Bowl guard, played the past two seasons with the Bucs.

WASHINGTON: Quarterback Robert Griffin III was released to create salary-cap space.

Robert Griffin III, once thought to be the future as quarterback for Washington, was released by the team to clear salary-cap space.

Robert Griffin III, once thought to be the future as quarterback for Washington, was released by the team to clear salary-cap space. The Associated Press

The move, expected for some time, brings an end to the quarterback’s sudden-rise-and-stunning-fall saga with a team that traded a bevy of draft picks to acquire him – and now receives nothing in return as he departs. The move gets Griffin’s 2016 contract, worth about $16 million, off the payroll before Wednesday, when the league year begins and free agents can be signed.

BILLS: Buffalo is turning its attention to veteran offensive guard Jahri Evans in the event it loses starter Richie Incognito in free agency.

The Bills met Monday with Evans, not long after the unsigned free agent posted a picture of Buffalo’s downtown harbor on his Twitter account.

STEELERS: Pittsburgh took its first significant step toward addressing its depth in the secondary, re-signing safety Robert Golden to a three-year deal.

Golden set career highs in tackles (36) and passes defensed (four) while adding his first NFL interception.

BENGALS: The team signed third-year center T.J. Johnson, keeping their only restricted free agent under contract.

EAGLES-DOLPHINS: Philadelphia cornerback Byron Maxwell and linebacker Kiko Alonso are being traded to the Miami Dolphins for a draft choice.

COLTS: Indianapolis released quarterback Josh Freeman with veteran Matt Hasselbeck still unsigned to back up Andrew Luck.

FALCONS: The team said secondary coach Marquand Manuel asked the inappropriate question “Do you like men” to Ohio State cornerback Eli Apple during the NFL’s annual scouting combine in Indianapolis.

The team extended second-round tender offers to restricted free agents Ryan Schraeder and Paul Worrilow, and re-signed exclusive rights free agent Ricardo Allen.

VIKINGS: Minnesota re-signed strong safety Andrew Sendejo to a four-year contract, keeping him in the mix at a position that has been unsettled for several seasons.

RAVENS: Baltimore signed cornerback Shareece Wright to a three-year deal, two days before he was eligible to become a free agent.

JAGUARS: Defensive end Ryan Davis signed his one-year tender offer.

BROWNS: The team re-signed backup linebacker Tank Carder and extended qualifying offers to several players, including wide receiver Terrelle Pryor.

TEXANS: Houston signed cornerback Charles James and guard/tackle Jeff Adams to one-year contracts to remain with the team.