Clayton's mailbag: Why are some teams with pricey quarterbacks struggling?
John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
Mailbag: We're seeing a rise in fourth-quarter heroics by quarterbacks, adding excitement to the game, writes John Clayton.
Mailbag: The recent roster cuts targeted the middle class as teams went younger and cheaper, writes John Clayton.
Mailbag: It's getting expensive to reside in the NFC North, writes John Clayton.
Victor Cruz's new deal with the Giants is good news for teammate Hakeem Nicks, writes John Clayton.
It's unusual for a Super Bowl champion to retool its roster, but the Ravens' strategy makes sense in this era, writes John Clayton.
A tight salary cap is limiting the number of $6 million-a-year contracts teams can dole out, writes John Clayton.
While the role of fullbacks has been marginalized, the importance of tight ends continues to increase, writes John Clayton.
Three of the four NFC East teams have had to work around tricky cap situations this offseason, writes John Clayton.
Eric Wright, one of the top acquisitions in the 2012 free-agent market, accepted a $6.25 million pay cut to stay with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to a source.
The Raiders are out of cap purgatory, but having too much space could be costly in the long run, writes John Clayton.
The franchise shifts risks from teams to players, who could see their long-term value drop. Plus, reader questions.
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 NFL is mulling the end of the unfair "tuck rule," and running backs are pushing back at another proposed change, writes John Clayton.