Monday might have been April Fools Day, but a handful of teams made serious moves at the quarterback position.The Oakland Raiders traded for Matt Flynn and prepared to ship Carson Palmer to the Arizona Cardinals, who cut former starter John Skelton, while the Cleveland Browns sent Colt McCoy to the San Francisco 49ers.Oakland will send a fifth-round pick in 2014 and a conditional pick in 2015 to the Seattle Seahawks to acquire Flynn, who will compete with Terrelle Pryor for the Raiders starting job. Flynn signed a three-year, $26 million deal with Seattle last off-season but was beat out for the starting job by standout rookie Russell Wilson.Fox Sports reported Palmer was expected to be dealt to Arizona for a draft pick. The Raiders traded a 2012 first-round draft pick and 2013 second-rounder to Cincinnati for Palmer during the 2011 season.The 49ers gave up fifth- and seventh-round picks for McCoy and the Browns sixth-round pick. The former Texas star who started 21 games for Cleveland will compete with Scott Tolzien to be Colin Kaepernicks backup.Saints add ex-CowboySaints general manager Mickey Loomis says New Orleans and unrestricted free agents, defensive end Kenyon Coleman and quarterback Luke McCown, have agreed to terms on one-year contracts.The 6-foot-5, 293-pound Coleman has spent the last two seasons as a starting defensive end in Dallas 3-4 alignment. He will rejoin new Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, who held the same position with the Cowboys during Colemans time in Dallas.McCown, 6-4, 217 pounds, is a former fourth-round selection of the Cleveland Browns who went to training camp with the Saints last season. A former Louisiana Tech standout, McCown has played in 22 NFL games with nine starts in stints with Cleveland, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville and Atlanta. He has completed 184 of 316 passes for 2,035 yards with nine touchdowns and 14 interceptions.Newman re-signsThe Cincinnati Bengals have re-signed cornerback Terence Newman to a two-year contract.Newman will enter his 11th NFL season and second with the Bengals. He played his first nine seasons with the Cowboys after being drafted in the first round in 2003.Last season, Newman led the Bengals in passes defensed with 14 and had two interceptions to raise his career total to 34.Cincinnati also has re-signed ends Robert Geathers, Michael Johnson and Wallace Gilberry, cornerback Adam Jones and linebacker Rey Maualuga from last years defense.Briefly • Titans: WR Kevin Walter and C/G Chris Spencer agreed to one-year deals. Walter, a 10-year veteran, spent the last seven seasons with AFC South rival Houston. Spencer, and eight-year veteran, spent the past two seasons with Chicago. • Ravens: Special teams player Christian Thompson was suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2013 season for violating the NFLs substance abuse policy. • Jaguars: DT C.J. Mosley, who started 12 games last season, was released.