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• One day after releasing him, the Giants re-signed guard Mitch Petrus. A third-year player, was waived Saturday after New York was awarded offensive tackle D.J. Jones on waivers from Philadelphia. But the claim was negated when Jones failed his physical.

Winslow experiment over

RENTON, Wash. — Kellen Winslow was released by Seattle on Saturday. Winslow was scheduled to make $3.3 million in base salary in 2012, following his trade from Tampa Bay to Seattle in May. Seattle moved quickly to fill Winslow’s spot by agreeing to terms with former Cleveland tight end Evan Moore, who was released by the Browns on Friday. Moore caught 34 passes for 324 yards and four touchdowns a season ago for Cleveland.

Around the league

RAVENS: Baltimore signed safety James Ihedigbo, who started 12 games last year for the Patriots in 2011. He had 69 tackles and one pass deflection. After going undrafted in 2007, Ihedigbo, 28, signed with the New York Jets and spent his first four NFL seasons there. After playing with New England in 2011, he was re-signed this past June before being released this past Friday.

PANTHERS: Wide receiver Steve Smith (left foot infection) and linebacker Jon Beason (hamstring) are expected to play in Carolina’s Sept. 9 regular season opener at Tampa Bay after returning to practice, Carolina. However, coach Ron Rivera isn’t sure about running back Jonathan Stewart (sprained ankle). The Panthers parted ways with defensive tackle Terrell McClain, last year’s third-round draft pick, and replaced him with free agent Dwan Edwards, an eight-year veteran who was cut Friday by Buffalo.

RAMS: St. Louis claimed rookie running back Terrance Ganaway and defensive tackle Kellen Heard off waivers to fill open roster spots. The moves were made a day after wide receiver Greg Salas was traded to New England for a 2015 draft pick and cornerback Jerome Murphy was released.

SAINTS: New Orleans claimed safety Rafael Bush off waivers from Denver and waived safety Jonathon Amaya.