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(0:49)Best — and worst — big-money signing.
I also like Alshon Jeffery’s deal with the Philadelphia Eagles, which was reported as a $14 million deal but actually guarantees him only $9.5 million.
We asked our panel of five NFL Insiders to weigh in on the first few days of free agency and answer some hard-hitting questions.
Dan Graziano, national NFL insider: I don’t like any of the “big-money” signings.
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Eddie Lacy, veteran running backs find slow market in NFL free agency
There’s been no run on running backs in NFL free agency this offseason.
More fullbacks – Patrick DiMarco, Kyle Juszczyk and Mike Tolbert – had new deals than running backs – Fozzy Whittaker and Woodhead.
On NFL.com’s top 101 available players in free agency, 39 remained unsigned on Monday morning.
All four running backs have been 1,000-yard rushers.
Eight of those players were running backs.
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NFL free agency have-nots: Market is soft for big-name backs like Adrian Peterson
More NFL free agency news and notesChicago BearsThe Chicago Bears have left some teams in the league a little baffled by some of their moves.
The first wave of free agency is over.
Nose tackle Dontari Poe is one of the better run-stuffers on the open market.
USATSIAny hope that agents had that some team would do something crazy for Peterson — a former league MVP — at the onset of free agency to boost the running back group has faded.
And the Bears paying oft-injured ex-Steeler Markus Wheaton the same money in 2017 as receivers like Brandon Marshall , Terrelle Pryor and Torrey Smith got on the open market is a head-scratcher as well.
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