Teams have plenty to spend, but there aren't many big-money players in free agency, writes John Clayton.
Expect the Rams and Cardinals to make the NFC West a four-team race. Plus: the Dolphins' O-line needs, QB salaries and more.
John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
The Raiders are out of cap purgatory, but having too much space could be costly in the long run, writes John Clayton.
Free agency has been fast and furious, but teams have been strategic with big contracts, writes John Clayton.
In this tight salary-cap economy, loyalty toward long-term leaders and veterans only goes to a certain limit, writes John Clayton.
The Redskins and Seahawks are in the best position in terms of salary-cap space to sign Peyton Manning, John Clayton writes.
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.
These teams will be most helped and hurt by a proposed change in the NFL salary cap and floor, John Clayton writes.
The Bills, who did little to upgrade an offense that struggled mightily in 2009, endured the worst offseason in the NFL, writes John Clayton.
There will be a limited free-agent frenzy in this uncapped signing period, which begins after midnight Friday, writes John Clayton.
Which teams would be affected most if the league can't get a new labor deal before 2010? John Clayton forecasts five of the best and five of the worst teams facing that scenario.
Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald signed a blockbuster four-year, $40 million contract with the Cardinals on Tuesday.
Find out how much each NFL team is over or under the $85.5 million salary cap for 2005.
The proposal by owners to essentially "franchise" some executives is ill-timed and ultimately a bad idea.