The 2012 NFL draft has come and gone, leaving only undrafted free agents and veteran free agents as potential adds for teams before training camp begins. While a number of names remain attractive for some teams, several others should be avoided. Here's five free agents that teams should pass on over the next couple of months: T Barry Richardson A 16-game starter at RT for the Kansas City Chiefs, Richardson rated as one of the worst starting tackles during the 2011 season.
Being a free agent in July is a situation that no NFL player—at least one who intends to continue his career in the league—wants to be in. As training camps are set to begin later this month, veteran players who remain unsigned are ... Read Post
All of the good free agents were scooped up long ago, but that doesn't mean that NFL teams can't make moves before the regular season begins. Plenty of free agents remain unsigned yet, and some teams need some help. Of course, not e... Read Post
Since the conclusion of the 2012 NFL draft the Detroit Lions have been busy signing undrafted free agents to potentially bolster their team and compete for spots on their final 53-man roster. They've also brought in several veteran ... Read Post