Teams have plenty to spend, but there aren't many big-money players in free agency, writes John Clayton.
John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
The NFL is mulling the end of the unfair "tuck rule," and running backs are pushing back at another proposed change, writes John Clayton.
Good teams are built through the draft, not free agency, which is risky business, 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.
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 salary cap scramble is about to begin as teams try to master 2011 rules, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
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.
Trent Green, who ended last season on injured reserve after his second concussion in 13 months, agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the St. Louis Rams on Monday.
The Chiefs started their salary cap purge Thursday by terminating the contracts of four veteran players: cornerbacks Eric Warfield and Dexter McCleon and linebackers Shawn Barber and Gary Stills.
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.
Cornerbacks and defensive tackles should be in demand this year in free agency.
Chiefs star running back Priest Holmes reached a new four-year contract extension Wednesday that will increase his average salary to more than $5 million a year and give him a signing and option bonus of around $10 million.