15 Mar 2013
Looks like things have dwindled a little bit, so I'll just leave this one up over the weekend to collect all the signings.
49ers sign LB Dan Skuta to two-year deal.
Raiders sign LB Nick Roach.
Jets sign RB Mike Goodson to a three-year deal, reportedly worth $6.9 million.
Patriots sign WR Donald Jones.
Dolphins sign TE Dustin Keller to one-year deal.
Chiefs sign OL Geoff Schwartz.
Patriots re-sign CB Kyle Arrington to four-year deal.
Bears re-sign CB Zack Bowman to one-year deal.
Colts release S Tom Zbikowski.
Chargers sign RB Danny Woodhead to two-year deal.
Lions reportedly sign Louis Delmas to two-year deal which I'm sure will stick this time maybe.
Jets sign OL Willie Colon to one-year deal.
Arizona signs DL Matt Shaughnessy to one-year deal.
Elvis Dumervil released by Broncos, who apparently didn't file his restructure paperwork in time.
Jaguars sign RB Justin Forsett.
Jaguars sign DB Alan Ball.
Dolphins reportedly will sign WR Brandon Gibson.
Eagles acquire WR Arrellious Benn and a 2013 seventh-round pick from the Buccaneers for a 2013 sixth-round pick and a conditional pick in 2014.
Greg Jennings agrees to five-year contract with Minnesota.
Jaguars sign DT Roy Miller to a two-year deal.
Jets sign DT Antonio Garay.
Lions re-sign OL Dylan Gandy.
Seattle releases Ben Obomanu.
Cardinals sign CB Antoine Cason to one-year deal.
Ravens sign DE Marcus Spears to two-year deal.
Chargers re-sign RB Ronnie Brown.
Patriots sign S Adrian Wilson.
Patriots sign CB Aqib Talib to one-year deal.
Patriots re-sign LB Niko Koutouvides to one-year deal.
Giants sign LB Dan Connor to one-year deal.
Giants sign WR Louis Murphy to one-year deal.
Giants sign TE Brandon Myers.
Jets re-sign K Nick Folk to one-year deal.
49ers sign S Craig Dahl to three-year deal.
Rams agree to terms with OT Jake Long on a reported four-year, $36 million deal.
Raiders sign LB Kevin Burnett.
Patriots sign OT Will Svitek.
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