Teams have plenty to spend, but there aren't many big-money players in free agency, writes John Clayton.
The Dolphins were in the spotlight for the wrong reasons as the scouting combine opened with a day full of news, writes John Clayton.
Teams that spend more than $100 million in free agency almost always flop, writes John Clayton.
The San Diego Chargers are the big winners of the 2013 draft, writes John Clayton.
Tackles and guards will take precedence over skill positions early in the draft, writes John Clayton.
The early decisions on pass-rushers will help determine the ultimate winners and losers of the 2012 draft, writes John Clayton.
With the top two picks already known, the real draft drama starts with the Vikings at No. 3, John Clayton writes.
The Jaguars and Dolphins need to land an impact player, but neither team faces an easy decision in Round 1, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The market for quarterbacks is taking shape, John Clayton writes.
There's star power in the draft on the offensive line, but the draft overall isn't rich in tight ends or blockers, John Clayton writes.
Teams considering Terrelle Pryor must weigh the checkered history of supplemental draft picks, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
The 2011 draft has come and gone, but several teams still have glaring issues at quarterback, writes John Clayton.
Sans an elite QB, a team that goes for the safe pick at the top of the draft will be hard-pressed to change its fortunes, John Clayton writes.
First-round running backs are scarce, but that might not be a bad thing, John Clayton writes.
The ongoing labor battle means QB-needy teams must focus on the draft, even though it's questionable whether this year's class boasts an elite prospect, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The proliferation of 3-4 defenses could make the draft -- especially the first round -- more unpredictable, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.