The NFL's 32 teams have a combined $711 million of cap space, with the Chiefs and Bucs in the best position to make a splash, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Reggie Bush's bloated cap number could make him expendable in New Orleans. He's not the only big name on shaky ground, writes John Clayton.
The Vincent Jackson situation is perplexing, and both the Chargers and Jackson have a lot to lose if a resolution can't be reached, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Bengals reached a one-year deal with veteran safety Gibril Wilson, according his agent Alvin Keels.
The Laveranues Coles experiment lasted only one year for the Cincinnati Bengals. The team announced Thursday that his contract was terminated.
Julius Peppers believes that a fresh start, which he'll get in the near future, will allow him to fulfill his true potential, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Laveranues Coles agreed to a four-year, $28 million deal with the Bengals, according to a source.
The Bengals have fended off an attempt by the Texans to sign running back Cedric Benson, reaching a two-year deal with him.
With job security in mind, former Cincinnati Bengals right tackle Willie Anderson turned down trips to Tampa Bay and San Diego and accepted a three-year, $10.5 million deal with the Baltimore Ravens.
John Clayton breaks down the winners and losers from Day 1 of the NFL draft.
The Carolina Panthers beat out the Bengals for the services of Landon Johnson, agreeing to terms with the outside linebacker on a $10 million, three-year deal.
An all-night negotiations session produced a deal that has made Madieu Williams one of the highest-paid safeties in the NFL.
Bengals guard Stacy Andrews became the third NFL free agent to receive the franchise designation.
With minicamps around the corner, John Clayton answers the big questions facing AFC teams.
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The Raiders might be 2-12, but Warren Sapp is having a great season. He's just one of the players who was slighted in Pro Bowl voting, writes John Clayton.