Thursday afternoon, the Chicago Bears and former Giants wideout Victor Cruz agreed, in principle, to a one-year deal. In short, that’s good for each party.
Before NFL free agency began, we picked five teams that we thought would be the busiest. Turns out, we were wrong on the Broncos. But why is that?
Monday, we discussed teams that haven’t allocated their resources well. Today, we’re looking at some smart free agency contracts. No really, they exist!
For Mike Glennon, like Bears QBs before him, expectations are nearly non-existent. But, couldn’t there have been a better way to go about finding their guy?
The New England Patriots aren’t going away, with or without Tom Brady. And Ted Thompson just found Green Bay’s tight end… in Martellus Bennett.
Ted Thompson not spending isn’t surprising; what about retaining his own? Plus, the Browns had a pretty good day as we break down Day 1 of NFL Free Agency.
NFL free agency is upon us, and sometimes it brings out the crazy across front offices. So, who will be the busiest this time around? We’ve got 5 teams.
Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles were released Tuesday afternoon. In their 30s and having suffered multiple knee injuries, it’s okay to look elsewhere:
Is free agency over yet? We look at what the Giants, Patriots, and others have done.
Can you imagine Colin Kaepernick as the quarterback in Cleveland? What about Mark Sanchez in Denver?
They’re highly paid, but is their value worth the price tag?
n Colorado and have a dodgy fax machine, as it usually does after the initial rush. However, like every year, once the public eye has turned away, there is still quality to be found to fill vital need
egins with Mike Wallace getting paid the big dollars to head down to South Beach, I want to talk about the possibility that in the future, those big dollars will be flying around in May rather than Ma
ney teams are going to flush down the drain next month. Iâm speaking, of course, about free agency, that special period when the NFL basically turns into one giant âshut up and take my moneyâ me