Trade or trouble? Manning and Munchak; Free agency kicks off

The 2012 free agency period started with a bang Tuesday. The Bucs got Vincent Jackson, Reggie Wayne and Marques Colston are staying put, the Bears got Jason Campbell, and the Bills hope Tuesday's visit by Mario Williams is the beginning of a meaningful, long-term relationship (Williams hasn't decided yet). Stay tuned to NFL Network all day for more player-movement news, and keep up to date with NFL.com's Free-Agency Tracker.

Darlington: Free-agency poker
Joe Philbin was thought to be the top suitor for former pupil Matt Flynn. So what happened? Jeff Darlington examines. More ...

Here's what else is on tap for Wednesday:

Brandon Marshall was traded by the Miami Dolphins to the Chicago Bears on Tuesday, hours before news emerged that a woman was accusing the WR of hitting her in the face outside a New York nightclub over the weekend.

Peyton Manning meets with coach Mike Munchak and the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday, with hopes still running high in Denver, Arizona and Miami.

The Redskins snatched up WRs Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan, likely acquiring two weapons for Robert Griffin III.

Joe Philbin was expected to be the top contender for his former pupil, QB Matt Flynn. So what happened? Jeff Darlington tries to decipher everyone's intent in another game of free-agency poker.

If NFL Network analyst Brian Billick still were coaching, it sounds like he'd pass on Tim Tebow, should the Broncos lure Peyton Manning.

Wyche: The perfect match
The 49ers needed a vertical threat. Randy Moss needed one more chance. Steve Wyche says this is an ideal fit for everyone. More ...

Free agency kicks off a new league year, and there's plenty of activity around the NFL. Jason La Canfora provides 10 quick thoughts, including a free-agent sleeper and a forecast on Mike Wallace.

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