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Evening roundup

Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas

With Kellen Winslow and Jonathan Vilma dominating the headlines most of the day, it's time for a quick trip through the other matters circulating through the NFC South on the first day of free agency.

Larry Holder writes that Jacksonville safety Gerald Sensabaugh will visit the Saints on Saturday. The Saints want to upgrade free safety Kevin Kaesviharn and Sensabaugh played for new coordinator Gregg Williams with the Jaguars last season.

Holder also writes the Bucs may be interested in New Orleans wide receiver Devery Henderson. Makes sense because Henderson has the speed to be the kind of down-field threat coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski wants.

Scott Reynolds and Jim Flynn report the Bucs may target cornerbacks Jabari Greer and Jamar Fletcher if they're unable to re-sign Phillip Buchanon.

David Scott reports Carolina linebacker Jon Beason had surgery to repair a torn labrum, but expects to be ready for training camp.

D. Orlando Ledbetter reports the Falcons have re-signed safety Jamaal Fudge, who expects to compete for the starting job left open by Lawyer Milloy's departure.