referring to Julius Peppers, Carolina Panthers defensive end: Free agency can be a hotbed for ageism.
This was not the right year to need a tackle in free agency.
Terrelle Pryor, Redskins wide receiver: Pryor, like Jeffery, expected more out of free agency.
His new teammate Julius Peppers could be this year’s version of Johnson after signing a one-year, $3.5 million deal.
Brandon Williams, Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle: The biggest contracts in free agency went to young, ascending players like Williams, new Browns guard Kevin Zeitler and new Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore.
as mentioned in The deal had repercussions throughout free agency, with Russell Okung and Riley Reiff earning similar contracts after Kalil.
But you win in free agency by looking for the next Andre Branch, an afterthought in 2016 who came to the Dolphins at a discount rate.
An overstuffed first week of free agency included everything but teams clearly doing it wrong.
Jacksonville didn’t even wait until free agency this season to move on replacing him.
Yet, Beachum received a better deal in free agency this year and is very likely to earn $16 million over the next two seasons.
as mentioned in 6) Speaking of Malcolm Butler …Rapoport believes the Patriots would welcome another team coming in and signing Butler to an offer sheet.
8) When does the veteran market pick up?
As NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo noted, Williams wanted a contract at or above what the Giants paid interior ace Damon “Snacks” Harrison last year, and he got it.
In that spirit, here are eight things to look out for as we head into the next phase of the free agency period:1) What will become of Tony Romo?
So where does that leave former first-round pick Dontari Poe and former second-round pick Johnathan Hankins, among others?
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