John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
Free agency has been fast and furious, but teams have been strategic with big contracts, writes John Clayton.
Free agency in 2013 has been fast and furious, with big deals, lots of cuts and new coaches making multiple moves, writes John Clayton.
The Eagles have had a high profile so far in free agency, and John Clayton is examining all the winners and losers.
The Bills, who did little to upgrade an offense that struggled mightily in 2009, endured the worst offseason in the NFL, writes John Clayton.
Dolphins free agent linebacker Jason Taylor, who became a television star on "Dancing With The Stars," is dancing with the New York Jets on Wednesday.
Defensive stars were the big winners in what was a relatively tame opening weekend of free agency, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Arizona Cardinals filled one of two possible openings in their backfield Monday by signing Browns backup running back Jason Wright to a two-year contract, the team announced.
Kurt Warner has agreed to a two year contract with the Arizona Cardinals worth $23 million, with $19 million guaranteed.
Cardinals defensive end Antonio Smith cashed in on his team's trip to the Super Bowl by landing a deal with the Texans -- one of the top defensive end contracts in the past couple of years.
While big names like David Boston and Hugh Douglas are available, this is not a booming year for free agency.
Plenty of teams made big splashes early in free agency, but keep an eye on those who waited for smart bargains, writes John Clayton.
The Buccaneers showed much-needed aggression, but the Dolphins once again failed to land the big fish, John Clayton writes.
Donovan McNabb needs a new team, and Minnesota might make sense, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
John Clayton examines 10 deals that need to get done once the NFL lockout is lifted, including a stadium agreement in Minnesota and several free-agent signings.
A return to 2010 free-agent rules would restrict teams that reached the divisional playoff round, John Clayton writes.