The Peyton Manning saga. The New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. A major draft-pick trade. A head-spinning amount of player movement via free agency and trades.
And now, the NFL offseason is truly set to begin.
Workout programs opened Monday for every team that doesn't have a new head coach. Sessions for the squads that do began two weeks ago.
Under terms of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the practice rules are far more restrictive to give players the semblance of an actual "offseason." For many of those who have changed teams, Monday will mark the first time they can begin supervised workouts with their new team and get their hands on a playbook. Here is my report card
for how every team has fared in the free-agent signing period and what holes are left to fill later this month in the NFL Draft. - Alex Marvez
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