The first "week" of free agency is over and things have slowed down a bit. In fact, this week has been as much about trades as about free agent signings. Catch up on the latest!
Cardinals Attack Free Agency As Expected
Six players signed in first week, addressing needs on offensive line, defensive front seven
Without Antonio Cromartie, Arizona Cardinals have options at corner - ESPN
The loss of Cromartie leaves a void on the Cardinals’ depth chart at right cornerback. And the Cardinals have a few options to replace him.
But while he appears to have taken the money and run, in reality Dockett may have lost money on his 2015 salary.
Sitting atop the Cardinals' list of performance-based bonuses from 2014 was a safety who quietly filled holes in their secondary whenever called upon.
Arizona Cardinal's free-agency wrap up: Day 3 calm after early flurry of activity.
The Arizona Cardinals got off to a fast start in free agency.
Many rumors swirl during the NFL offseason, with the percentage that actually come true likely being pretty low.
Last offseason, the Arizona Cardinals' biggest free agent acquisition -- in both financial commitment and size -- was left tackle Jared Veldheer.
The Cardinals' signing of Mike Iupati was met with plenty of positive reaction. Nationally, the reaction hasn't quite as positive.
Rested and recuperated from a taxing 2014 campaign, General Luck reports news of great joy from the Colts' winter bivouac.
NFL general managers have been busy this week, most of them. Danny Kelly assesses the biggest winners and some honorable mentions from free agency.
PFT Commenter grades NFL free agency.
In another PR disaster for the NFL, fans have started to retire at earlier ages, citing numerous health and moral reasons. In an emotional press conference, Mark Davidson announced his retirement from NFL fandom while in the prime of his fan career.
Wallace's signing turned out to be a major bust for Miami, and the receiver failed to provide the Dolphins with ample production.
We come not to bury Frank Gore, but to praise him.
The Saints will reportedly ship the young receiver to Miami as part of their overall rebuilding efforts.