The Bucs postponed their scheduled visit from Denver cornerback Charles Dimry on Wednesday, telling his agent they had other free-agent possibilities to explore.
"They called and asked us to postpone it," agent Dean Dingman said. "We're still talking with them, but they have business to do and Charles has business to do. Once they find out about other situations, they'll know more about Charles' situation."
Dimry, an unrestricted free agent, started at right cornerback for the Broncos in 1993 and is considered a possible replacement should the Bucs lose veteran cornerback Ricky Reynolds, a restricted free agent.
The agent for Green Bay tight end Jackie Harris said negotiations with Tampa Bay regarding a possible offer sheet have reached a "temporary impasse."
Cowboys: Running back Emmitt Smith had his separated shoulder surgically repaired in Birmingham, Ala., and surgeon Jim Andrews said the NFL MVP likely will be ready for training camp.
Jaguars: Michael Huyghue, the Lions' vice president for administration, was named Jacksonville's vice president for football operations. He is one of the NFL's highest-ranking black executives.
Oilers: Owner Bud Adams proposed using $160-million in tax revenue and $75-million from the Oilers to build another dome.
Bengals: A judge in Ohio sentenced former wide receiver Reggie Rembert to a year in jail for drunken-driving offenses that prompted Cincinnati to waive him last season.