Which teams signed the most new players?
The offseason has featured big changes in Tampa Bay and New York. The 49ers, meanwhile, barely have brought in new talent. We examine which teams made the most moves.
Brian De La Puente, Chicago Bears agree to contract
The Chicago Bears fortified their offensive line depth by adding reserve center Brian De La Puente on Sunday. The 28-year-old is expected to back up veteran Roberto Garza in the Windy City.
Free agency primer: Top 25 defensive backs
Looking for secondary help? You're in luck -- this year's crop of free-agent cornerbacks and safeties includes proven starters like Alterraun Verner. Marc Sessler examines.
Reading the Defense: Ryans helping Eagles take wing
Believe it or not, the Eagles defense has been getting better. DeMeco Ryans deserves some of the credit. We give it to him in this week's Reading the Defense.
Brian Hoyer leads surging Browns past rival Bengals
Brian Hoyer threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns as the Cleveland Browns won their second consecutive game, this time a 17-6 decision over the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals.
NFC South draft needs: Xavier Rhodes would cover Bucs at CB
Whether the Tampa Bay Buccaneers snag Darrelle Revis or draft a prospect like Xavier Rhodes or Desmond Trufant, they have to do something at cornerback, Gregg Rosenthal says.
Offseason Forecast: Atlanta Falcons
If the Atlanta Falcons are going to prop open their Super Bowl window, they need to address some big offseason questions, Chris Wesseling writes. Tony Gonzalez's future is one of them.
Falcons' Owens preaches grades over gridiron to H.S. kids
Falcons CB Christopher Owens thought he was done with school after being drafted in 2009, but his charitable efforts have led him back to his old high school, where he helps kids prepare for college.