The Jets and Bart Scott's agent, Harold Lewis, have agreed in principle to a five-year, $40 million deal, according to multiple sources, but the deal still needs Scott's endorsement.
The Broncos were active early in free agency getting commitments for visits on Friday from Dolphins safety Renaldo Hill, Cardinals halfback J.J. Arrington and Eagles halfback Correll Buckhalter. No deals were done in advance of those visits.
Linebacker Bart Scott didn't turn down a five-year offer from the Baltimore Ravens, but he did hit the free agent market Friday morning.
Center Jason Brown will visit the St. Louis Rams.
The negotiating period isn't exciting, but it's doing a good job of helping teams retain their free agents, writes John Clayton.
Mike Wallace is the gem of this free-agent period, which features a new provision for preliminary talks.
A return to 2010 free-agent rules would restrict teams that reached the divisional playoff round, John Clayton writes.
This is the calm before the free-agent storm, but the market is already bare at linebacker and defensive tackle, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Expect the unrestricted free-agent market to tighten as teams weigh the cost of losing compensatory picks in 2011, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Defensive stars were the big winners in what was a relatively tame opening weekend of free agency, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
There will be a limited free-agent frenzy in this uncapped signing period, which begins after midnight Friday, writes John Clayton.
Terrell Suggs' grievance against the Baltimore Ravens over whether he should be classified as a defensive end or a linebacker has been settled.
Contrary to popular belief, there will not be a bevy of talent available after June cuts.
Unlike past years, teams didn't flood the undrafted free-agent market to fill needs not addressed in the NFL draft.