Free-agent deals continue rolling in, but it's two deals that haven't been completed that are creating the most intrigue.
Two days into the free-agent signing period, the New England Patriots have yet to re-sign wide receiver Randy Moss and the Green Bay Packers still have not heard from quarterback Brett Favre regarding his decision about whether to return or retire.
Now, the two storylines could connect the way Moss and Favre have hoped to in past offseasons.
Those who know Moss say he is inching closer to the point of frustration at the lack of progress he has made for a new deal with the Patriots. The longer the Patriots wait to sign him, the more they invite other teams to begin recruiting Moss.
Moss is, at the very least, now willing to take free-agent visits and listen to other offers, according to sources. The contract the Patriots have proposed is not enough for Moss to sign now. The record-setting wide receiver believes he gave New England a discount last year and is unwilling to do the same this year.
This is where it gets interesting.
Favre openly campaigned for the Packers to sign Moss last offseason. When they didn't, he spoke out against the organization.
With Favre nearing a decision on his future –- some believe he will inform Green Bay of his plans as early as this week -– the Packers could make the decision for him. If they signed Moss now, those who know Favre believe it would be a dead-lock cinch for the Packers quarterback to play another season.
As it is, some people believe Favre now is prepared to walk away from the game.
But if Favre is willing to walk away from Green Bay, and Moss is willing to walk away from New England, then this could alter the dynamics of two of the biggest storylines of Free Agency 2008.
Maybe Favre and Moss could wind up walking into the 2008 season together.