John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
Many free agents took one-year deals this season, but the market might be just as tight in 2012, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
The Pittsburgh Steelers cleared out enough cap room to reach a one-year deal with Colts cornerback Keiwan Ratliff, according to a source.
The Texans reached a three-year agreement with Lions defensive tackle Shaun Cody that should be finalized Tuesday, according to a source.
The New Orleans Saints' defense became much sharper and smarter Wednesday after the team reached agreement on a contract with former Minnesota Vikings safety Darren Sharper.
The Pittsburgh Steelers reached a one-year agreement Tuesday to re-sign veteran cornerback Fernando Bryant, who was brought in last season as insurance for their defense.
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.
Kevin Burnett, one of top remaining linebackers in free agency, reached a contract agreement with the Chargers.
Kurt Warner has agreed to a two year contract with the Arizona Cardinals worth $23 million, with $19 million guaranteed.
A source told ESPN.com on Sunday that the Giants have signed defensive lineman Chris Canty.
The Dallas Cowboys acquired quarterback Jon Kitna, sending Anthony Henry to the Detroit Lions.
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.
The Broncos continued adding to their roster at a torrid pace Saturday, making three key additions on defense, including seven-time Pro Bowl safety Brian Dawkins.
Derrick Dockery, who days ago felt secure entering the third year of a seven-year, $49 million contract with the Bills, underwent the strangest 24 hours of his pro football career, but, in his eyes, his journey had a happy ending.
Torn between money and loyalty to the team that drafted him, Pittsburgh Steelers guard Chris Kemoeatu faced the toughest decision of his young life Friday and chose to remain loyal to Pittsburgh.
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.