2014 NFL Free Agency

SB Nation's coverage of NFL Free Agency.
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Chris Johnson vs. history

With Johnson's time in Tennessee likely coming to an end, where does his legacy rank among others to reach the rare milestone of 2,000 yards in a single season?

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DeSean Jackson becomes hot name on market

Minutes after DeSean Jackson hit free agency Friday, teams began contacting the wideout's representation. Coming off a career year, Jackson is a wanted man.

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What MJD's deal with Oakland say about NFL RBs

The Raiders acquired one of the best running backs of the last eight years on a three-year contract for presumably not much money. Maurice Jones-Drew's deal is yet another indication of the diminishing value of running backs in today's NFL.

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Which teams got better in free agency?

The bulk of the free agent dealings are done. And what better way to gauge their impact than by ranking how each team did? Jason Chilton takes a look at the teams that improved the most and those still needing some help.

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NFL news: Rice indicted, Moreno signed

More trouble for Ray Rice, a new locale for Knowshon Moreno and more in Thursday's roundup, including: Maurice Jones-Drew, Mark Sanchez, Torrey Smith and Matt Schaub.

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Moreno turns up pressure with deal to Miami

Knowshon Moreno signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins on Thursday, and in the process heaped immense pressure on his heir in Denver, Montee Ball, to perform.

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NFL annual meetings: AFC coaches look ahead

Head coaches from the American Football Conference bonded with reporters over runny eggs on Tuesday morning, sharing a few details about their plans for 2014 in the process.

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NFL news: Steelers and James Harrision reunion?

Talk of a potential reunion between Harrison and Pittsburgh is heating up, while Minnesota is close to signing a reserve offensive lineman.

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The best and worst of NFL free agency

Cortland Finnegan headlines the list of poor free agent decisions, while Jason Veldheer and Golden Tate come in as some of the league's best.

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Incognito must undergo evaluation to play again

If Richie Incognito wants to be paid and play in the NFL again, he will have to pass a thorough evaluation given in conjunction by the league and the NFLPA.

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