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Hamza AbdullahSUFAARI1
Husain AbdullahSUFAMIN2
Victor AbiamiriDEUFAPHI2
John AbrahamDEUFAATLATL4Abraham says he took less money to stay in Atlanta for his family. The Falcons get a break, avoiding the loss of their best pass rusher in a year that they don't have a first-round pick.
Anthony AdamsDTRELCHI2
Mike AdamsSUFACLEDEN2
Joseph AddaiRBRELINDNE3Addai signs with New England in one of those moves that could mean something, or could still mean Addai is out of a job within a month or two
Xavier AdibiLBUFAMIN1
C.J. Ah YouDERELSTL1
Ikaika Alama-FrancisLBUFAMIA1
Jason AllenCBUFAHOUCIN2
Russell AllenLBRFAJAXJAX1
Will AllenCBUFAMIANE2
Ken AmatoLSUFATEN2
Danny AmendolaWRRFASTL2Amendola is one of a handful of slow, possession receivers that optimists classify as a "Poor Man's Wes Welker." That doesn't mean much unless he's in a perfect system lacking in alternative targets
David AndersonWRUFAWAS1
Derek AndersonQBUFACARCAR1At this point Anderson has to consider himself lucky to have a great seat for the Cam Newton Show each week
Jamaal AndersonDEUFAINDCIN2
Mark AndersonDEUFANEBUF4Anderson is a big addition for Buffalo because he maximizes the value of the Mario Williams signing. He'll always get less attention than Williams and should carry over his 2011 success.
Stacy AndrewsOTUFANYG2
Antwan ApplewhiteDEUFACAR1
Devin AromashoduWRUFAMINMIN1
Oshiomogho AtogweSRELWAS2
Donnie AveryWRUFATENIND2Avery has been a bust since tearing his ACL in the 2010 preseason, but he has a chance to be one of Andrew Luck's top three receivers this year. Monitor his camp and preseason.
Cliff AvrilDEFRADETDET5The Lions have their top pass rusher locked up for 2012 with the franchise tag, but long-term contract talks have hit an impasse.
Brendon AyanbadejoLBUFABALBAL1
Remi AyodeleDTUFAMINNO2
Jeff BackusOTUFADETDET3Backus deal was good from an economic and continuity standpoint, but it's only for two years, so the Lions should target a development OT in the draft.
Billy BajemaTEUFASTL2
Ryan BakerDERELMIAMIA1
Alan BallCBUFADAL2
Dave BallDEUFATENTEN2
Justin BannanDTRELSTLDEN2
Dominique BarberSUFAHOU1
Ronde BarberCBUFATBTB3Barber takes a slight pay cut from 2011 to come back, but the Bucs still need more long-term help at CB
Khalif BarnesOTUFAOAKOAK2
Ron BartellCBRELSTLOAK2
Connor BarthPKFRATBTB2It's hard to understand why the Bucs felt compelled to franchise Barth, considering he was one of the least effective PKs in the NFL last year
Charlie BatchQBUFAPITPIT2
D'Anthony BatisteOTUFAARI1
Jackie BattleRBUFAKC1
Anthony BechtTEUFAKC1
John BeckQBRELWASHOU2
Jovan BelcherLBRFAKCKC1
Demetrius BellOTUFABUFPHI3Bell gets a deal with the Eagles as Jason Peters stand in. The deal is really a one year tryout but could be worth $35mm if he pans out in 2012
Jacob BellOGUFASTLCIN2Bell was once an elite guard, but he was only another culprit in the rough season for Sam Bradford last year. Now he'll have a chance to redeem protecting Andy Dalton
Kahlil BellRBRFACHI1
Martellus BennettTEUFADALNYG2Bennett gets a one-year "prove it" deal on a team that just lost their top two TEs to ACL tears. He's a fantasy sleeper if he can get off on the right foot with the Giants.
Michael BennettDLRFATBTB2
Cedric BensonRBUFACIN3Benson fumbled too often, didn't have much burst, and was a net minus in the locker room, so he could be waiting a while to be signed
Kevin BentleyLBUFAIND1
Mackenzy BernadeauOGUFACARDAL1
Rocky BernardDTUFANYG1
Atari BigbySUFASEASD2
David BinnLSUFADEN1
Matt BirkCUFABALBAL3Ravens keep the Ivy Leaguer for another season, but it shouldn't prevent them from looking for his eventual replacement early in the draft, especially if that prospect can also play guard.
Chase BlackburnLBUFANYGNYG2
Will BlackmonCBUFANYG1
Darryl BlackstockLBUFAOAK1
Taylor BoggsCRELNYJ1
Kyle BollerQBUFAOAK1
Lorenzo BookerRBRELMIN1
Kevin BossTERELOAKKC2A relative bust with the Raiders, Boss gets a chance to play in a Brian Daboll's successful two TE sets, and even start if Tony Moeaki can't stay healthy.
Dwayne BoweWRFRAKCKC5Part of the wave of top wide receivers kept via the franchise tag or long-term deals, Bowe still hasn't played a high level for an entire season. His team's QB situation could be part of the reason.
Zack BowmanCBUFACHIMIN2
Gary BrackettLBRELIND3There just isn't much of a market for ILB as it is, so Brackett's less-than-ideal size, age, and injury history will keep him unattached for a while.
Deion BranchWRUFANENE2Branch is one of Tom Brady's best friends and a trusted target, so he gets another contract to stay in NE. But with the addition of Brandon Lloyd, Branch becomes a part-time contributor
Tyvon BranchSFRAOAKOAK4The Raiders used the tag to bye more time to reach a long-term deal with the cornerstone of their secondary.
Tyler BraytonDEUFAIND2
Drew BreesQBFRANONO5The downplaying of Brees quality by GM Mickey Loomis was just the beginning of the Saints offseason from hell. This could ugly if the Saints aren't willing to pay top dollar.
Mike BrisielOGUFAHOUOAK2
Raheem BrockDEUFASEA2
Keith BrookingLBUFADAL2
Derrius BrooksCBRELCIN1
C.C. BrownSUFAJAX1
Jason BrownCRELSTL2Brown was a huge disappointment after leaving the Ravens in free agency, and he became expendable after the Rams signed Scott Wells
Josh BrownPKRELSTLNYJ3The drafting of a new rookie PK made the veteran Brown expendable, but he may have landed in a better situation with the Jets
Les BrownTEUFAMIA1
Levi BrownOTRELARIARI2
Ricky BrownLBRELOAK1
Ronnie BrownRBUFAPHI1
Stevie BrownCBUFAINDNYG1
Mark BrunellQBUFANYJ1
Desmond BryantDTRFAOAK2
Red BryantDEUFASEASEA4Bryant got paid to the tune of 5 yr/35M with 14.5M guaranteed because of his fit in the Seahawks run defense. His kick blocking ability is a bonus.
Phillip BuchanonCBUFAWAS2
Melvin BullittSRELIND2
Tim BulmanDEUFAHOU1
Brodrick BunkleyDTUFADENNO4Bunkley's 9M guaranteed and 25M over 5 years was too much for Denver. He'll upgrade the Saints run defense and leave the Broncos shorthanded at DT.
Plaxico BurressWRUFANYJ2Burress has value, but must be utilized in a limited role the leverages his size as a red zone threat. So far the suitors have been few and far between
Jarrett BushCBUFAGBGB1
Michael BushRBUFAOAKCHI3Bush settles for 7M guaranteed and 14M over four years, which is good backup money, but backup money. Meanwhile, Matt Forte is unhappy.
James ButlerSUFASTL1
Andre CaldwellWRUFACINDEN1Caldwell hopes to stick in Denver but will have to be a factor on special teams for that to happen
Duke CalhounWRUFANYGOAK1
Greg CamarilloWRUFAMIN1
Bruce CampbellOTTRAOAKCAR2The Panthers acquire an athletic swing tackle they can develop, for the price of a 3rd string RB
Calais CampbellDEFRAARIARI4Campbell is one of the premier 3-4 DEs in the game right now, so the Cardinals didn't want him to hit the open market. They may try to sign him to a long-term deal before the season.
Jason CampbellQBUFAOAKCHI3The Bears weren't going to let the lack of a solid backup QB ruin another season.
Vernon CareyOGUFAMIA3Carey is likely done in Miami, but he could start somewhere like Baltimore if they are unhappy with the development of Jah Reid.
John CarlsonTEUFASEAMIN3In one of the more bizarre signings of free agency, the Vikings paid top-end money to Carlson, who didn't even play last year. He could limit Kyle Rudolph's upside.
Bobby CarpenterLBUFADETNE1
Rudy CarpenterQBRELTBDAL1
Brandon CarrCBUFAKCDAL4The Cowboys gave Carr the biggest free agent cornerback contract of the offseason. He wasn't even the best corner on the Chiefs, but it's a seller's market at CB.
Chris CarrCBUFABALMIN2
David CarrQBUFANYGNYG1
Adam CarrikerDEUFAWASWAS3Redkins re-signed the 27-year old to a new 4-year deal, even though he's struggled to hold his ground at times
Andre CarterDEUFANE3Carter was a bright spot for the Pats defense, but a quad tear and his advancing age (32) have limited his suitors this offseason
Rock CartwrightRBUFAOAKSF1
Jonathan CasillasLBRFANO1
Luis CastilloDERELSDSD2Castillo tested the market but eventually accepted a one-year deal to return to the Chargers
Chris ChamberlainLBUFASTLNO2
Kirk ChambersOTUFAATL1
Jeff CharlestonDEUFANO1
Tashard ChoiceRBUFABUFBUF1
Dallas ClarkTERELINDTB3Clark waited a long time to find a new home, but Bucs head coach Greg Schiano saved him, while trading away KWII
Mark ClaytonWRUFASTL1
Michael ClaytonWRUFANYG1
Kellen ClemensQBUFASTL1
Chad CliftonOTRELGB3If his back is healthy, he's still a plus offensive tackle. But the February surgery and Packers decision to release him raises a big red flag
Patrick CobbsRBRELNO1
Michael CoeCBUFANYGNYG1
Landon CohenNTRELNE1
Keary ColbertWRRELKC1
Marquice ColeCBRELNYJNE1
Erik ColemanSUFADETDET1
Anthony CollinsOTUFACIN2The Bengals cheaply re-signed a solid backup swing tackle before Jason Peters injury drove up the value of free agent tackles.
Kerry CollinsQBUFAIND1
Marc ColomboOTUFAMIA2
Dan ConnollyOGUFANENE2
Dan ConnorLBUFACARDAL2Connor could start if 2011 second-round pick Bruce Carter isn't ready after his injury redshirt rookie year.
Sean ConsidineSUFAARIBAL1
Stephen CooperLBUFASD2
Reggie CornerCBUFABUF1
Blake CostanzoLBUFASFCHI1
Jerricho CotcheryWRUFAPITPIT2
Oniel CousinsOTUFACLECLE2
Brandon CoutuPKRELBUF1
Patrick CraytonWRUFASD1
Chris CrockerSRELCIN2
Kevin CurtisWRRELTEN1
Travis DanielsCBUFAKCKC1
Andra DavisLBUFABUF2
Fred DavisTEFRAWASWAS4Davis was franchised, which is cheaper at TE than most positions. The Redskins could commit to him long term, but his next mistake with banned substances will cost him a year.
Kellen DavisTEUFACHICHI1
Leonard DavisOGUFADET2
Rashied DavisWRUFADET1
Brian DawkinsSUFADEN3
Phil DawsonPKFRACLECLE3Browns tag the sure-footed veteran PK, which makes sense, particularly given how inept their red zone offense has been
Jake DelhommeQBUFAHOU1
Quintin DempsSRELHOUHOU1
Kyle DeVanOGRELPHI1
Ryan DiemOGUFAIND2
Na'il DiggsLBUFASD1
Zac DilesLBRELINDTEN2
Jarett DillardWRRELJAX1
Phillip DillardLBRELCAR1
Antonio DixonDTRFAPHIPHI2
Dennis DixonQBUFAPIT1
Tim DobbinsLBUFAHOUHOU2
Derrick DockeryOGUFADAL2
Brandyn DombrowskiOTRFASDSD2
Demar DotsonOTRFATB1
Early DoucetWRUFAARIARI2Doucet tested the waters, but ends up staying in Arizona with a new 2-year deal
Harry DouglasWRUFAATLATL2Douglas secured a new 4-year deal to stay in Atlanta, as the clear #3 and slot receiver behind Roddy White and Julio Jones
Leger DouzableDTRELJAXTEN2Was an above average run defender as his playing time increased, and will now factor into the Titans DL rotation
Joel DreessenTEUFAHOUDEN2Dreessen is an under appreciated all around TE, but will take a back seat to Jacob Tamme in the passing tree
Jo-Lonn DunbarLBUFANO1
King DunlapOTUFAPHI1
Braylon EdwardsWRRELSF2Edwards was a bust in San Francisco, and is now looking for a new home. The Jets have an opening, and have expressed a willingness to bring Edwards back if the price is right
Trent EdwardsQBUFAOAKPHI1
Isaiah EkejiubaLBUFADET1
Abram ElamSUFADAL2
Dannell EllerbeLBRFABAL1
Shaun EllisDEUFANE2Ellis lost his starting job last year and, at 35 years old, is nearing the end of a solid career
Trai EssexOGUFAPIT2
Fred EvansDTUFAMINMIN1
Lee EvansWRUFABALJAX2The Jaguars "solved" their WR problem by massively overpaying for Laurent Robinson, and now they've doubled down by signing the perennial disappointment otherwise known as Lee Evans
Jonathan FaneneDEUFACINNE2
James FarriorLBRELPIT2
Heath FarwellLBUFASEASEA1
Kevin FaulkRBUFANE1
A.J. FeeleyQBUFASTL1
Jay FeelyPKUFAARIARI3
Daniel FellsTEUFADENNE2
Jerome FeltonFBUFAINDMIN1
Tony FiammettaFBRELDALNE1
Cortland FinneganCBUFATENSTL4Jeff Fisher reunites with a player he ushered into the league, as Finnegan looks to help a young defense that ranked 17th in yards per attempt allowed in 2011
London FletcherLBUFAWASWAS3Fletcher is going to be 37 when the season starts, but he's still one of the best in the game. The cap strapped Skins took a while, but ended up re-signing him for 2 years
Drayton FlorenceCBRELBUFDEN3Florence is an aging veteran, but don't be surprised if he helps the Broncos this year with a renewed sense of purpose
Andre FluellenDTUFADETDET1
Matt FlynnQBUFAGBSEA4The big market for Flynn never materialized, and he ended up settling for just $10mm in guarantees, but goes to a team that seems well suited to put him in the position to win immediately
Nick FolkPKUFANYJNYJ2
Justin ForsettRBUFASEA1
Matt ForteRBFRACHICHI5Forte turned down a deal with 14 million guaranteed last year, now he's unlikely to get much more after the Bears signed Michael Bush. This could become a holdout situation.
Eric FosterDTUFAIND1
Ramon FosterOGRFAPIT2
Keyaron FoxLBUFAWAS1
Domonique FoxworthCBRELBAL2
Aubrayo FranklinDTUFANO3After years of strong play in San Francisco, Franklin failed to deliver the same productivity in New Orleans. Now he's back on the market, looking to re-establish his reputation.
Jabar GaffneyWRRELWASNE3Gaffney was reasonably effective at times last year, but an influx of youth and public commentary unbecoming of his role led to his release. Now he'll compete for the last WR slot in NE
Jared GaitherOTUFASDSD3Gaither turned a great second half of 2011 after being signed off of the street into a 4 yr/24.6M deal with 13.5M guaranteed, relatively cheap for an LT.
Omar GaitherLBUFACAR2
Robert GalleryOGRELSEANE2
Antonio GarayDTUFASDSD2Garay was a late bloomer, and settled for a 2-year deal to stay in San Diego after the market failed to heat up for his services
Jeff GarciaQBUFAHOU1
Pierre GarconWRUFAINDWAS3Garcon landed All Pro money, but it remains to be seen whether he's really capable of being the #1 playing in Shanahan's system
David GarrardQBRELJAXMIA2Garrard signed in Miami because he saw a chance to win a starting job. But Matt Moore is the better QB, and if the Dolphins draft a QB like Tannehill, Garrard may not make the roster
William GayCBUFAPITARI3The Cards new DC brings Gay with him from Pittsburgh, a veteran that knows his system and will be a leader in the huddle
Gary GibsonDTUFASTL2
Mike GibsonOGRELSEAPHI1
Wallace GilberryDEUFAKC2
John GilmoreTEUFANO1
Ted GinnWRUFASFSF1
Matt GiordanoSUFAOAKOAK1
Cody GlennLBUFAIND1
Jonathan GoffLBUFANYGWAS2
Adam GoldbergOTUFASTL2
Dashon GoldsonSFRASFSF5The 49ers could create cap room by signing Goldson to a long-term deal, but there hasn't been any buzz of a contract on the horizon.
Kedric GolstonDEUFAWAS2
Anthony GonzalezWRUFAINDNE1
Tavares GoodenLBUFASFSF1
Andre GoodmanCBRELDEN2
Mike GoodsonRBTRACAROAK2Goodson was never going to see the field with Tolbert, Williams and Stewart, so he gets a new lease on life in Oakland behind McFadden and Taiwan Jones
Cletis GordonCBUFACAR1
Ben GrahamPUFADETDET2
Corey GrahamCBUFACHIBAL2
Earnest GrahamRBUFATB1
Shayne GrahamPKUFAHOU2
Deon GrantSUFANYG3
Larry GrantLBRFASFSF1
Ryan GrantRBUFAGB3There's not much of a market for 29-year old backs with moderate ability and an injury history. Grant seems most likely to re-sign with the Packers but will probably have to wait for draft to unfold
John GrecoOGUFACLECLE2
Howard GreenNTUFAGB1
BenJarvus Green-EllisRBUFANECIN3Green-Ellis's 3 year, 9 million dollar deal was modest, but it was more than the Patriots were willing to pay. Green-Ellis should be the lead back in Cincy's RBBC, and he can top Benson's production.
Courtney GreeneSRFAJAX1
Kelly GreggDTUFAKC3Gregg may be 35 years old, but he remains an effective run stuffer and should land on a contending team in 2012
Steve GregorySUFASDNE1
Chris GreisenQBRELDAL1
Cedric GriffinCBRELMINWAS2
Michael GriffinSFRATENTEN3Griffin didn't play like a franchise cornerstone last year, but the Titans believe in his abilities and didn't want to risk losing him
Brent GrimesCBFRAATLATL5The Falcons want to sign Grimes to a long-term deal, but that could require 30 million guaranteed after Dallas gave Brandon Carr 26.5 million guaranteed.
Rex GrossmanQBUFAWASWAS2Grossman re-signs in Washington, but this year he's clearly 2nd fiddle to RGIII versus competing against John Beck for starts
Quentin GrovesLBUFAOAK2
Ben GrubbsOGUFABALNO4The Saints may have lost Carl Nicks, but Grubbs is a worthy consolation prize with a 5-year, $36mm deal that guarantees $16mm
Letroy GuionDTUFAMINMIN2
Andre GurodeOGUFABAL2Once a top notch interior lineman, Gurode struggled as a part time guard for the Ravens last year
Gary GuytonLBUFANEMIA2
Derek HaganWRUFABUFBUF1
Mario HagganLBUFADEN1
Clark HaggansLBUFAARI2
Ahmard HallFBUFATEN2
Max HallQBRELARI1
Geoff HangartnerOGUFACARCAR2Hangartner emerged as a plus interior guard last year, and his re-signing is a positive for Cam Newton's continued development
Caleb HanieQBUFACHIDEN1
Anthony HargroveDEUFASEA2
Al HarrisCBUFASTL1
Chris HarrisSUFADET2
Clark HarrisLSRFACIN1
Nick HarrisPRELJAXCAR2
Tommie HarrisDTUFASD2
Derrick HarveyDEUFADENCIN2
Steven HauschkaPKRFASEASEA2Hauschka appears to have earned another season in Seattle
David HawthorneLBUFASEANO3The Saints are clearly preparing for significant defensive suspensions, and have now added Hawthorne with a 5-year deal. He's likely to play on the weakside since Lofton will man the middle.
Kelvin HaydenCBUFAATLCHI2
Jovan HayeDTUFATB1
Geno HayesLBUFATBCHI2
William HayesDEUFATENSTL2Once promising DE had plateaued but may find a resurgence now that he's back working for Jeff Fisher
Albert HaynesworthDTRELTB2
E.J. HendersonLBUFAMIN2The Vikings are "keeping the door open" to Henderson, but they also said Jasper Brinkley is "ready to roll". Henderson wore down last year and is probably backup material.
Erin HendersonLBUFAMINMIN2
Chad HenneQBUFAMIAJAX2Unless Jacksonville surprises with a high rookie pick, Henne need only outplay Blaine Gabbert to land another starting spot. Strangers things, much stranger things, have happened.
Anthony HerreraOGRELMIN2
Jacob HesterFBUFASDSD2
Stephon HeyerOTUFAOAK1
Artis HicksOGUFACLEMIA2
Tim HightowerRBUFAWASWAS2It's hard to believe Hightower is only 25 years old, but the part-time starter recovered quickly enough from a torn ACL to re-up in D.C. as part of their RB committee
Anthony HillTERELIND1
Leroy HillLBUFASEASEA3Seattle decided to bring Hill back into the fold after letting the market for LBs settle down. His off the field problems are a worry, but he's still effective on the field
Sammie Lee HillDTRFADETDET1
Shaun HillQBUFADETDET2Hill has developed into one of the better backups in the league, and would be a viable fantasy option if Matthew Stafford got hurt again
Corey HilliardOTRFADET1
Lex HilliardRBRELMIAMIN1
Peyton HillisRBUFACLEKC3The Madden cover struck again in 2011 as Peyton Hillis had an ineffective and tumultuous season. He re-unites with Brian Daboll in KC as Jamaal Charles' backup
Russ HochsteinOGUFADEN2
Chris HokeNTUFAPIT1
Montrae HollandOGUFADAL1
Vonnie HollidayDEUFAARI1
Roderick HoodCBUFASTL2
Chris HopeSUFATEN2
T.J. HoushmandzadehWRUFAOAK1
Brian HoyerQBRFANENE2Hoyer quickly signed his one-year tender, but has the cache of being a possible starter for another team in a season or two
Ramon HumberLBRELNO1
Tory HumphreyTEUFANO1
Jason HunterDEUFADEN1
Steve HutchinsonOGRELMINTEN3Hutchinson was talking to his old team, the Seattle Seahawks, but he opted for the Titans instead after being cut by the Vikings. Six million guaranteed means the Titans still believe in him.
Israel IdonijeDEUFACHICHI3Jack of all trades, master of none stays in Chicago on a one-year, $2.5 million deal
James IhedigboSUFANE1
DeSean JacksonWRFRAPHIPHI4After last year's shenanigans, most thought the Eagles would make Jackson play under the 1-year franchise tender. Instead the team locked up the mercurial yet explosive WR for 5 years, $51mm
Tanard JacksonSRELTBWAS2
Vincent JacksonWRUFASDTB5The Bucs may have overpaid for Jackson, but that doesn't change the fact he adds a true #1 to a young offense in need of a vertical playmaker that can command double coverage
Brandon JacobsRBRELNYGSF3Brandon Jacobs signs as a backup to Frank Gore, which is a great addition for the 49ers, but casts a pall on the fantasy hopes of Kendall Hunter
Bradie JamesLBUFADALHOU3The Cowboys chose free agent Dan Connor to fill the position that used to be manned by James - at least until Bruce Carter is ready. James will compete in Houston for PT
Kelly JenningsCBUFACIN1
Tim JenningsCBUFACHICHI2
Brandon JohnsonLBUFACIN1
Bryant JohnsonWRUFAHOU1
David JohnsonTERFAPIT1
Jarret JohnsonLBUFABALSD3Johnson will be a nice modestly-priced upgrade for the Chargers run defense. The Ravens will probably give Paul Kruger first crack at his old job.
Josh JohnsonQBUFATBSF2Johnson reunites with Jim Harbaugh and gets a 2-year deal to back up Alex Smith. Whether this casts a shadow over Colin Kaepernick's future remains to be seen
Marquis JohnsonCBRELSTLNO1
Rashad JohnsonSRFAARI1
Tyrell JohnsonSUFAMINMIA2
Adam JonesCBUFACINCIN2
David JonesCBUFAJAX1
Donnie JonesPUFASTL3
Edgar JonesLBUFABAL1
Jacoby JonesWRRELHOUBAL2Jones' physical abilities lure fantasy owners into the fold every preseason, only to be disappointed when the games matter
Jason JonesDTUFATENSEA3Jones has flashed big play ability, but graded out as one of the least effective starting DL in the AFC last year. He signed a 1-year, "prove it" deal in Seattle and will play both DT and DE
Nate JonesCBUFANE1
Sean JonesSUFATB2
Thomas JonesRBUFAKC2At 33 years old and coming off a dismal season, Jones will be lucky to get a call. This could be the end of his playing career.
Winston JusticeOTTRAPHIIND2Colts new GM trades for a tackle he helped scout in Philadelphia. Justice will be tasked with protecting Andrew Luck as he gets a baptism by fire
Deji KarimRBRELJAX2
John KasayPKUFANONO2
Matt KatulaLSUFAMIN1
Bryan KehlLBUFASTLWAS1
Brandon KeithOTUFAARI1
Reggie KellyTEUFAATL1
Jimmy KennedyDTUFANYG2
Caleb KingRBRELMIN1
Justin KingCBUFASTL2
Jon KitnaQBUFADAL2Kitna has decided to retire after 15 rock solid seasons in the league
Jimmy KleinsasserTEUFAMIN1
Max KomarWRRELCHI1
Scott KooistraOTUFAMIN1
Dan KoppenCUFANENE2Koppen was a top 10 center in New England for a number of years, but missed most of last season with a broken ankle. After testing the market, he ends up re-signing with the Pats.
Kevin KowalskiCUFADAL1
Travis LaBoyLBRELSD2
Jacob LaceyCBRELINDDET1
Derek LandriDTUFAPHIPHI2
LaRon LandrySUFAWASNYJ3
Kendall LangfordDTUFAMIASTL3The Bengals and Patriots both pursued Langford, but he opted to sign a $24mm deal with the Rams, and will move from 3-4 DE to 4-3 tackle
Spencer LanningPRELJAXCLE1
Spencer LarsenFBUFADENNE1
Trevor LawsDTUFAPHISTL2
Manny LawsonLBUFACINCIN3Lawson will return to play the strong side unless the Bengals draft Luke Kuechly and move Rey Maualuga back there from the middle.
Mike LeachLSUFAARIARI1
Ben LeberLBRELSTL1
Donald LeeTEUFACINCIN1
James LeeOTUFATBWAS1
Pat LeeCBUFAGBOAK1
Dan LeFevourQBRELJAX1
Byron LeftwichQBUFAPITPIT2
Doug LegurskyCRFAPITPIT2Legursky had offseason shoulder surgery and his role is to be determined
Matt LeinartQBRELHOUOAK2Leinart succeeded Carson Palmer at USC, and now he gets the chance to play second fiddle to him with the Raiders
Jim LeonhardSUFANYJ3
Mark LeVoirOTUFASTL1
DeAndre LevyLBRFADET3Levy plans to sign his RFA second-round tender worth about 1.9 million, but he'll stay outside with Stephen Tulloch re-signed long term.
Keenan LewisCBRFAPIT2
Roy LewisCBRELSEASEA1
Kory LichtensteigerOGRFAWASWAS2
Nate LivingsOGUFACINDAL1
Brandon LloydWRUFASTLNE3This was one of those signings that made too much sense not to happen. Lloyd led the league in receiving playing in McDaniels' system, and now gets to catch passes from Tom Brady
Bret LockettSRELNE1
Sean LocklearOGUFAWASNYG2
Curtis LoftonLBUFAATLNO5The Saints have had a rough offseason, and are facing the likely loss of J. Vilma for a chunk of the season. Landing Lofton, from a division rival, will help ease the pain
Lance LongWRUFASFDET1
Ryan LongwellPKRELMIN3
J.P. LosmanQBUFAMIA1
Dwight LowerySUFAJAXJAX2
Kregg LumpkinRBRELTBSEA1
Deuce LutuiOGUFAARISEA2
Corey LynchSUFATB1
Elbert MackCBUFATB1
Anthony MadisonCBUFAPIT1
Peyton ManningQBRELINDDEN5Arguably the best free agent in league history lands in the House that Elway built, and (if healthy) massively elevates the fantasy prospects of everyone around him
Mario ManninghamWRUFANYGSF3With Randy Moss, Michael Crabtree and TE Vernon Davis on the roster, it's hard to imagine enough targets to go around in this run happy offense
Brandon MarshallWRTRAMIACHI4The Dolphins appeared set to part ways with Marshall, but from a pure talent standpoint, he's a massive improvement over what Jay Cutler had to throw to in Chicago
Richard MarshallCBUFAARIMIA3The Dolphins promised Marshall he would play CB exclusively, which was a key reason he opted for the Fins instead of re-signing in Arizona
Derrick MartinSUFANYG1
Chris MasseyLSUFACHI1
Evan MathisOGUFAPHIPHI4Mathis nets a 5-year, $25mm deal to stay in Philly after playing at an elite level on a bargain, one-year contract in 2011
Robert MathisLBFRAINDIND4The rebuilding Colts surprised many by keeping Mathis with a new 4-year deal, that will pay him $15mm in guarantees and $24mm total in the first two years
Aaron MaybinLBRFANYJ2
Brad MaynardPUFACLE3
Joe MaysLBUFADENDEN2
Darcel McBathSRELJAX1
Ryan McBeanDTRFADENBAL2
Mat McBriarPUFADAL2
Turk McBrideDEUFANONO1
John McCargoDTRELBUFCHI2
Jameel McClainLBUFABALBAL3McClain chose to stay in Baltimore and could be the heir to Ray Lewis in the future. He did an admirable job filling in for him when Lewis missed four games with a toe injury.
Le'Ron McClainRBUFAKCSD3
Todd McClureCUFAATLATL3Falcons do well to maintain OL continuity
Josh McCownQBUFACHICHI1
Luke McCownQBUFAJAXNO1
Matt McCoyLBUFASEASEA1
Brandon McDonaldCBUFADET2
Mike McGlynnOGUFACININD2Colts GM Ryan Grigson valued McGlynn having drafted him in Philly. He will get a shot to compete for a starting guard spot in Indy
Jon McGrawSUFAKC1
Rocky McIntoshLBUFAWAS2
Kareem McKenzieOTUFANYG3The Giants seem to have little interest in their former starting RT. He hasn't draw much interest on the open market.
Brandon McKinneyDTUFABALIND1Rotational defensive tackle follows Chuck Pagano to the Colts
Randy McMichaelTEUFASDSD2
Donovan McNabbQBRELMIN2McNabb is in a tough position because teams don't see him as a willing backup, yet there are no legitimate starting options available for him
Marcus McNeillOTRELSD3McNeill has found no market for his services, reflecting uncertainty about his health. His pedigree argues that he will land somewhere though, if he can pass a physical.
Pat McQuistanOTUFANO1
Paul McQuistanOGUFASEASEA1
Robert MeachemWRUFANOSD3Norv Turner believes Meachem can be an elite receiver and produce numbers similar to Vincent Jackson. We shall see, but don't draft Meachem expecting that kind of productivity
Jamon MeredithOTRELPITTB1
Brandon MeriweatherSUFACHIWAS2
Phillip MerlingDERELMIA1
William MiddletonCBRFAJAXJAX1
Julian MillerDERELCIN1
Jeremy MinceyDEUFAJAXJAX3Mincey has evolved into a stout, multi-dimensional end for the Jaguars, and keeping him was vital as they look to re-establish themselves
Jayme MitchellDERELCLE1
Marvin MitchellLBRELMIAMIN1
Antwaun MoldenCBUFANENYJ1
Tony MollOGUFASDSD1
Kareem MooreSRELWAS2
Mewelde MooreRBUFAPIT1
Josh MorganWRUFASFWAS2Morgan is a guy that seems to always get singled out as a possible breakout candidate, but he'll play second fiddle to Pierre Garcon in the Skins passing attack
Maurice MorrisRBUFADET2Morris always seems to be the last man standing, but a player coaches are reluctant to fully embrace. He'll need to find new digs this year as Detroit is prepared to move on
Sammy MorrisRBUFADAL1
C.J. MosleyDTUFAJAXJAX1
Jarvis MossDEUFAOAK1
Randy MossWRUFASF3Moss parlayed a blistering personal workout into a new lease on life with the 49ers
Scott MruczkowskiCUFASD2Oft injured utility lineman is a low priority option in free agency
Ovie MughelliFBRELATL2
Don MuhlbachLSUFADETDET1
Matthew MulliganTERELNYJ1
Ryan MundySRFAPIT1
Rico MurrayCBRELCIN1
Lydon MurthaOTRFAMIA1
Chris MyersCUFAHOUHOU5Myers has become one of the league's best centers, and keeping in Houston is critical to their continued push into playoff contention
Legedu NaaneeWRUFACARMIA1
Haruki NakamuraSUFABALCAR2
Reggie NelsonSUFACINCIN3
Terence NewmanCBRELDALCIN2
Carl NicksOGUFANOTB5The Bucs had a ton of money to spend, and shelled out huge dollars to land the unquestioned best interior lineman available
Moran NorrisFBUFASF1
Jerious NorwoodRBUFASTL2Norwood only touched the ball 24 times in 2011, and doesn't appear to fit into the Rams rebuilding plans
Mike NugentPKFRACINCIN3This seems to be the year to use the franchise tag on a non-elite place kicker. Nugent is an asset, albeit one that should never be confused as elite
Ryan O'CallaghanOTUFAKC1
Kevin O'ConnellQBUFANYJ1
Chad OchocincoWRRELNE2The once mighty Ochocinco is now more marketable as a TV star than an NFL starter
Kevin OgletreeWRRELDALDAL1
Quinn OjinnakaOTUFAIND1
Amobi OkoyeDTUFACHITB2Okoye will only be 25 at the start of the season in spite of playing five seasons already. This is an enviable high upside low risk deal for the Bucs
Paul OliverSUFASD1
Frank OmiyaleOTRELCHISEA2
Kenny OnatoluLBRELMINCAR1
Dan OrlovskyQBUFAINDTB1
Kyle OrtonQBUFAKCDAL3Jon Kitna was a valuable veteran backup in Dallas, but his retirement opened the door for a new #2. Orton has shown enough to think he could be a valuable fantasy cog if Tony Romo gets hurt
Akwasi Owusu-AnsahSRELJAXDAL2
Cheta OzougwuDERELHOUCHI1
Jarrad PageSUFAMIN1
Curtis PainterQBRELINDBAL1
Ashlee PalmerLBRELDETDET2
Jordan PalmerQBRELCINJAX1
Juqua ParkerDEUFAPHICLE2
Jalen ParmeleRBRELBALJAX1
Roscoe ParrishWRUFABUFSD1The Chargers are loading up on WRs, but Parrish seems a long shot to make the final club because Eddie Royal is better as a returner and pass catcher
Tony PashosOTRELCLE2
Dimitri PattersonCBRELCLECLE2
Logan PayneWRRELNYJ1
Justin PeelleTEUFASF1
Mike PetersonLBUFAATL1
Sabby PiscitelliSUFAKC1
Mike PollakOGUFAINDCAR1
Brodney PoolSUFANYJDAL2
Leonard PopeTEUFAKCPIT1
Brady PoppingaLBUFASTL1
Joey PorterLBUFAARI1
Tracy PorterCBUFANODEN3Porter's penchant for big plays at opportune times perhaps overstates his value on a play by play basis. He's not an elite corner, not even close, but he will be an upgrade in Denver
Matt PraterPKFRADENDEN4The Broncos franchised their young (27), big legged kicker. It's a smart move considering how inexpensive the PK tag is, yet how important the position can be
DeMario PressleyDTRELCARCHI1
Brady QuinnQBUFADENKC1
Chilo RachalOGUFASF2
Neil RackersPKUFAHOUWAS3Rackers lands in DC and will presumably offer decent fantasy value
Manny RamirezOGUFADENDEN1
Dave RaynerPKUFABUF1
Cory ReddingDTUFABALIND3New Colts head coach Chuck Pagano brings over a familiar face from Baltimore. The Ravens will depend on Pernell McPhee and Arthur Jones to take his place.
Chris RedmanQBUFAATLATL1
Ray RiceRBFRABALBAL5The Ravens would like to sign Rice to a long-term deal, but they have to deal with 2013 free agent QB Joe Flacco first.
Jamey RichardOGUFAIND1
Barry RichardsonOTUFAKC2
Chad RinehartOGRFABUFBUF2
Keith RiversLBTRACINNYG2Rivers is immensely talented, but has missed 29 games in four seasons. The Giants are hoping new digs will change his health and luck
Fred RobbinsDTRELSTL2
Laurent RobinsonWRUFADALJAX2The Jaguars continue to make baffling moves, signing Robinson to a 5-year, $32.5mm deal with $14mm in guarantees
Michael RobinsonRBUFASEASEA1
Courtney RobyWRUFANO1
Carlos RogersCBUFASFSF3Rogers resurrected his career in San Francisco, playing a key role in one of the NFC's elite units
Shaun RogersDTUFANO2Rogers was once a daunting interior presence, but he failed to make an impact with the Saints and now will have to settle for an incentive laden deal elsewhere
Dennis RolandOTUFACINCIN1
Brett RombergCUFAATL1
Dante RosarioTEUFADENSD2
Sage RosenfelsQBUFAMINMIN1
Aaron RossCBUFANYGJAX2
Matt RothDEUFAJAX3Roth doesn't offer much pass rush, but he's stout against the run and a plus in coverage
Stanford RouttCBRELOAKKC3Routt graded out as a lower tier starting CB in each of the last two seasons, but the Chiefs felt differently, signing him to a 3-year, $20mm contract to replace Brandon Carr
Eddie RoyalWRUFADENSD2Royal was a highly coveted option in free agency because of his versatility as both a return man and slot possession option
Frostee RuckerDEUFACINCLE2
Barrett RuudLBUFATENSEA3The Titans are ready to go forward with Colin McCarthy, so Ruud is back ont he market, but was lucky to latch on in Seattle where he'll get a starting spot
Mike RyanOGRELCIN1
DeMeco RyansLBTRAHOUPHI4Recovering from an Achilles injury, Ryan was deemed an ill fit for the Texans 3-4 scheme, and the Eagles traded for him to be the new centerpiece of their 4-3.
Asante SamuelCBTRAPHIATL5The Falcons acquired one of the most effective CBs in the league for nothing more than cap relief and a late round pick...a major coup for Atlanta
Bob SandersSUFASD3
James SandersSUFAATLARI1
Benny SappCBUFAMIN2
Brashton SateleLBRELDAL1
Samson SateleCUFAOAKIND2Huge shoes to fill by replacing Jeff Saturday, it will be interesting to see how the likes of Satele and Winston Justice come together as Andrew Luck's protectors
Jeff SaturdayCUFAINDGB4Aging but highly effective vet replaces Scott Wells
Bo ScaifeTEUFACIN2
Chaz SchilensWRUFAOAKNYJ1
Owen SchmittFBUFAPHI2
Geoff SchwartzOGRELCARMIN2
Josh ScobeePKFRAJAXJAX2Scobee is a good, but not great place kicker. So of course it makes sense the Jaguars would feel compelled to franchise him.
Bryan ScottSUFABUFBUF2
Jake ScottOGUFATEN3Scott might be the prize of the veteran guards left on the market. He hasn't missed a game in seven years and Baltimore is interested, but Scott has visited SF and MIA too.
Trevor ScottDEUFAOAKNE1
Mike SellersFBRELWAS2
Jordan SennLBUFACARCAR1
Gerald SensabaughSUFADAL2
Daniel SepulvedaPUFAPIT2
Tim ShawLBUFATEN1
Lito SheppardCBUFAOAK2
Derek SherrodOTRELGB1
Visanthe ShiancoeTEUFAMIN2
Jeremy ShockeyTEUFACAR2
Jerome SimpsonWRUFACINMIN2Simpson will have to serve a three game suspension, but after that, he should get a shot to start in Minnesota
Ernie SimsLBUFAIND2
Pat SimsDTUFACINCIN2
Mike Sims-WalkerWRRELJAX1
Dan SkutaLBRFACINCIN1
Matthew SlaterWRUFANENE1
Steve SlatonRBUFAMIAMIA2New head coach Joe Philbin is bringing the same zone-blocking scheme to Miami he ran in Green Bay, and that made re-signing Slaton a sound move given his experience in the scheme from Houston
Aaron SmithDERELPIT2
Alex SmithQBUFASFSF3Smith doesn't light up the box score, but he was a perfect model of efficiency for one of the surprising NFC contenders. SF re-signs him after a dalliance with Peyton Manning
Alex SmithTEUFACLECLE1
Anthony SmithSUFATEN1
Kevin SmithRBUFADETDET2Smith keeps getting hurt, but the Lions keep finding a place for him in a RB rotation that has tons of question marks with LeShoure (marijuana) and Best (concussions) unproven
Reggie SmithSUFASFCAR1Special teamer gets a chance to compete in what should be a wide open safety battle
Steve SmithWRUFAPHISTL2Smith didn't see the field much in his one season in Philadelphia, but the Rams are going to conduct a wide open competition this preseason. If Smith is healthy, he could lead the Rams in receptions
Adam SnyderCUFASFARI2AZ needs to rebuild OL but Snyder is not a major upgrade
Paul SoliaiDTUFAMIAMIA3Soliai, the best nose tackle on the market, chose to stay in Miami over Denver after playing 2011 under the franchise tag for the Dolphins.
Stephen SpachTEUFASTL1
Anthony SpencerLBFRADALDAL4Spencer benefits from playing opposite DeMarcus Ware, and isn't at Ware's level. But he has developed into one of the better 3-4 outside backers, having a great year under DC Rob Ryan
Shawntae SpencerCBRELSFOAK2
Kory SperryTERELSDSD1
Micheal SpurlockWRUFATBSD1
Donte' StallworthWRUFAWASNE1
Drew StantonQBTRANYJIND1Stanton signed with the Jets as a backup but asked for a trade after NY acquired Tim Tebow
Max StarksOTUFAPIT3
Eric SteinbachOGRELCLE3Steinbach was cut after being due six million this year. ESPN Chicago says the Bears, Seahawks, and Ravens could have interest.
Craig SteltzSUFACHICHI1
LaRod Stephens-HowlingRBRFAARI1
Maurice StovallWRUFADETDET1
Donald StricklandCBUFANYJ1
Chansi StuckeyWRRELARI1
Kasey StuddardOGUFAHOU1
Brett SwainWRRELSFSF1
Naufahu TahiRBUFAMINJAX2
Jacob TammeTEUFAINDDEN3Tamme reunites with Peyton Manning, and should be one of his favorite targets from start to finish
Chester TaylorRBUFAARI1
Jason TaylorLBUFAMIA2
Tim TebowQBTRADENNYJ2Tebow Time moves from the Mile High to Gotham, with reports that he chose NY over Jacksonville because he believes he can beat out Mark Sanchez eventually. We shall see
Bryan ThomasLBUFANYJNYJ1
Devin ThomasWRUFANYGCHI1
Marcus ThomasDTUFADEN1
Terrell ThomasCBUFANYGNYG3It's frightening to think the Giants won the Super Bowl last year with their two best CBs on the shelf for much of the season. Thomas, when healthy, is a highly effective starter
Mike TolbertRBUFASDCAR3The numbers argue that Tolbert could/should be used as a ball carrier, but HC Ron Rivera is insisting that Tolbert will be a fullback the vast majority of the time in Carolina
Greg TolerCBRFAARI1
Dave TollefsonDEUFANYGOAK2
LaDainian TomlinsonRBUFANYJ2The future Hall of Famer insists he's open to playing in 2012, but the market isn't going to be robust for a 32-year old with that many miles
Reggie TorborLBUFABUF2
Leigh TorrenceCBUFANOWAS1
Marcus TrufantCBRELSEASEA2
Justin TryonCBUFANYGNYG1
Stephen TullochLBUFADETDET4Tulloch is an iron man (almost 1200 snaps each of the last two seasons) and landed a long-term deal after leading the Lions in tackles in his first year in Detroit
Matt TurkPUFAHOU1
Robert TurnerOGUFANYJ1
Tony UgohOTUFANYG2
Tiquan UnderwoodWRRELNETB1
Jerheme UrbanWRUFAKC1
Kraig UrbikOGRFABUFBUF2
Steve VallosCUFACLEPHI1
Lawrence VickersFBRELHOUDAL3Vickers had a good season in Houston replacing Vonta Leach, and now he'll step into Tony Fiammetta's shoes in Dallas. Demarco Murray should benefit from this signing.
David VoboraLBUFASEA1
Erik WaldenLBUFAGBGB2
Frank WalkerCBUFADAL1
Landon WalkerOTRELCIN1
Reggie WalkerLBRELARIARI1
Vance WalkerDTRFAATLATL1
C.J. WallaceSRELSD1
Mike WallaceWRRFAPIT5It's possible that a 2011 playoff team could make Wallace an offer in the new few weeks, but signs point to the Steelers retaining him for 2.7 million, the first-round RFA tender price.
Derrick WardRBUFAHOU1
Hines WardWRRELPIT1
Gerard WarrenDTUFANE2
Reggie WayneWRUFAINDIND4Veteran surprised most by re-signing with the Colts. While he's no longer among the elite at his position, he's still one of the better route runners and will give Andrew Luck a trusted option
Steve WeatherfordPFRANYGNYG3When you win two Super Bowls in five seasons, you can sign a punter to a 5-year, $12.75mm deal and get away with it
Lardarius WebbCBRFABALBAL5The Ravens smartly locked up Webb to a 6-year, $52mm deal, as he's developed into one of the true shutdown CBs in the AFC
Raymond WebberWRRELSEA1
Eric WeemsWRUFAATLCHI2The Bears signed Weems for his value as a special teamer and kickoff returner, not for his pass catching ability
Wes WelkerWRFRANENE5The Patriots and Welker have had talks about a multi-year contract and we should expect them to get something done before the season.
Scott WellsCUFAGBSTL4Nets free agent riches to join rebuilding Rams
Byron WestbrookCBRELWAS1
Jamaal WestermanLBRELNYJMIA1
Philip WheelerLBUFAIND1
Blair WhiteWRRELIND1
Tracy WhiteLBUFANENE1
Charlie WhitehurstQBUFASEASD1
Casey WiegmannCUFAKC2The 39-year old iron man is likely set to retire after a storied career
Jonathan WilhiteCBUFADENCHI1
Jimmy WilkersonDEUFASEA1
Bobbie WilliamsOGUFACIN3Williams can still play at a decent level at 36, but his 2011 was ended by a broken ankle and included a four-game performing-enhancing substance suspension.
Cadillac WilliamsRBUFASTL2Williams was rumored to be a possibility in San Diego, but those talks settled down and it's looking more likely that Williams will need to wait for the draft to play out
Cary WilliamsCBRFABALBAL2
Madieu WilliamsSUFASFWAS2
Mario WilliamsDEUFAHOUBUF5Centerpiece defensive free agent lands in Buffalo in what the Bills hope is a signature move for a new era
Roy WilliamsWRUFACHI2Four seasons of very modest production make Williams a low priority free agent, particularly because he still mistakenly views himself as a starter
Matt WillisWRRFADEN1
Gibril WilsonSUFACIN2
Kris WilsonTEUFABAL1
Lawrence WilsonLBRELTEN1
Kamerion WimbleyLBRELOAKTEN4Wimbley heads to Tennessee and will provide the Titans with much needed pass rush off the edge
Kellen WinslowTETRATBSEA3No longer a top tier TE, but still a highly productive receiver when healthy
Eric WinstonOTRELHOUKC4Texans inexplicably let one of the better RTs in the game go, and Winston will now anchor the Chiefs rebuilding line and open holes for Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis
Floyd WomackOGUFAARI2
Wesley WoodyardLBUFADENDEN2
Tony WraggeOGUFASTL1
Eric WrightCBUFADETTB2Wright was among the least effective starters in his one season in Detroit, yet the Bucs felt compelled to sign him to a 5yr, $38mm deal
Vince YoungQBUFAPHIBUF2A one year stint in Philadelphia ended with a whimper, but Young could easily find himself playing in Buffalo if Fitzpatrick continues to regress
Dave ZastudilPUFAARIARI1League average punter gets another two years in Arizona
Tom ZbikowskiSUFABALIND1
Joe ZelenkaLSUFAATLATL1