John Clayton's mailbag: Teams' unwillingness to part with draft picks kept the market tepid and led to an uneventful deadline.
John Clayton's mailbag: Trading for a big-name receiver, such as Percy Harvin, comes with a risk.
The Bills' bold move is an audition for a future owner, and the 3-4 defense remains important, John Clayton writes.
The Bills' bold move is an audition for a future owner and the 3-4 defense remains important, John Clayton writes.
After the Niners and Seahawks shook up the NFC West, wide receivers could go fast in free agency, writes John Clayton.
Greg Schiano made it clear at the combine that Josh Freeman is the Buccaneers' starting quarterback, writes John Clayton.
Even though the NFL pushed the trade deadline back two weeks, don't expect an increase in activity, writes John Clayton.
Recent trades involving veteran skill position players haven't been what they at first appeared to be on paper, John Clayton writes.
While the Vikings pulled off the shrewdest deal of Day 1, the Seahawks were responsible for the biggest head-scratcher, writes John Clayton.
Draft-day trades involving high picks are much more amenable than they were under the old CBA, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Washington Redskins and the Minnesota Vikings continue to work on a tentative trade involving Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb, a source confirmed late Tuesday.
Without free agency or player trades, teams may be forced to alter their draft strategy, John Clayton writes.
The ongoing labor battle means QB-needy teams must focus on the draft, even though it's questionable whether this year's class boasts an elite prospect, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Randy Moss returns to New England with revenge on the mind, and inside knowledge of the Patriots' struggling secondary, writes John Clayton.
An unusually active trade market closed Tuesday. The Seahawks and Lions deserve high marks for their overall work, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.