Free agency started on Friday and teams did not waste much time. This year there were a lot of big names looking to find a new team. Here are some of the biggest deals so far.
Turner to Falcons: RB Michael Turner signed a deal with the Atlanta Falcons. Turner was the backup to LaDainian Tomlinson in San Diego and showed some great skills when he touched the ball. He was regarded as one of the top prospect among free agent RBâ€™s this off-season.
Foster and Bruce to 49ers: RB DeShaun Foster will be a part of the 49ers team next season. Foster was part of a 2 RB system in Carolina last season and is a nice addition to the 49ers backfield. Isaac Bruce is also on his way to the 49ers. The 49ers have been looking for a veteran WR to help cure their passing-game woes.
Porter to Jaguars: The Jaguars added a veteran WR of their own in Jerry Porter. The Jaguars hope that Porter can kick-start their passing game from his years of experience with the Raiders.
Stallworth to Browns: The former speedy Patriot WR Donte Stallwoth is on his way to Cleveland. After a great offensive performance last season with the Patriots and with the Eagles before that, the Browns look to be even more dangerous next season with this addition. The Browns also resigned QB Derek Anderson and signed DT Corey Williams from the Packers.
Crumpler is a Titan: After a season full of injuries for TE Alge Crumpler, he has found a new home in Tennessee. The Titans hope that Alge will be the weapon they need to help QB Vince Young in the passing game.
Samuel to Eagles: CB Asante Samuel, one of the hottest prospects in the free agency this off-season, signed with the Eagles. The Eagles also signed DE/LB Chris Clemons from the Raiders.
Faneca a Jet: Veteran and Pro Bowl guard Alan Faneca is now a Jet, acquired from the Steelers. The Jets also signed LB Calvin Pace from the Cardinals and tackle Damien Woodey from the Lions. Check back for more updates on this yearâ€™s free agent frenzy.