From a possible new deal for Saints DE Will Smith to who the next Bears defender to get an extension could be, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
From Kyle Turley looking like his old self and seeking one more chance to Chris Simms' future in Tampa Bay to supplemental draft rumblings, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
Recent history shows that there are plenty of mistakes made in free agency, and this year won't be any different, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Byron Leftwich has been the face of the Jacksonville Jaguars, but that may all be changing -- and soon, writes Len Pasquarelli.
That they played alongside Terrell Owens for two years might give Philly's CBs an edge on Sunday. Then again, it might not.
Gaining in years and mileage, Tiki Barber is feeling a sense of urgency to win a Super Bowl, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Redskins' linebacker Warrick Holdman says he owes the team a maximum effort after a disappointing 2005 campaign.
June 1 used to be an important offseason date on the NFL calendar. But that's no longer the case, explains Len Pasquarelli.
From one-man operations to huge firms, the agencies at the top of Len Pasquarelli's annual agent draft derby come in all shapes and sizes.
RT Willie Anderson could soon be faced with the options of re-signing with the Bengals or becoming a free agent in '06.
Seven-year veteran linebacker Warrick Holdman, an unrestricted free agent who started the first seven games of the 2005 season for the Washington Redskins before losing his job, on Tuesday signed a one-year contract to return to the team.
Teams are constantly trying to fill holes right up to the draft. But some will have to be addressed on draft day, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Thanks to some creativity from both sides, Patriots defensive lineman Richard Seymour landed a serious payday.
Having bolstered their defense already, the Falcons may soon turn their attention finding help for their offensive line.
Former North Carolina State DT John McCargo might not be a household name, but NFL scouts know who he is, writes Len Pasquarelli.
With the Cowboys in need of difference-makers on offense, don't be surprised if Terrell Owens lands in Dallas.