Clayton's mailbag: Do one-year gambles in free agency work? Plus: June 1 cap space, quarterback salaries and more.
Free agency promises to be wild, and Redskins owner Daniel Snyder is poised to set the pace, John Clayton writes.
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.
Unlike last year, when labor woes dominated, the upcoming offseason will have plenty of real action, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Steelers released former starting center Justin Hartwig on Saturday after efforts to try to trade him failed.
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.
Heath Miller has agreed to an extension with the Steelers.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed left tackle Max Starks to a $26.3 million, four-year contract, according to a source.
Halfback Darren Sproles signed his one-year, $6.621 million franchise tag Tuesday, ending any worry about a possible training camp holdout.
Hines Ward signed a four-year, $22 million contract extension that will allow him to stay a Steeler the rest of his career, according to a source.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison cashed in on his incredible 2008 season by agreeing to a new contract that is worth $51.175 million over the next six seasons.
The Steelers kept one of their key backups by reaching a two-year agreement with linebacker Keyaron Fox.
The Steelers have reached a two-year agreement with backup guard Trai Essex, according to a source.
With Kurt Warner secure as their quarterback, the Arizona Cardinals went out to help the defense by reaching a deal with cornerback Bryant McFadden.
Even though he was surprised to be tagged as the Steelers franchise player, tackle Max Starks wasted little time accepting his fate.
John Clayton breaks down the winners and losers from Day 1 of the NFL draft.