By Bryce Welker on March 13, 2014
Day two of the NFL's free agency period was incredible. Major deals could be found everywhere. From Denver to New England teams were throwing money around like it grew on trees and key veterans were being released for salary cap reasons. Here are the top ten moves from day two.
Steve Smith was a great player for Carolina, but the Panthers need some youth and athleticism at wideout. This move also frees up some cap room.
Dallas had some serious salary cap issues going into the offseason. Releasing overpaid veterans like Miles Austin is really the only way they can get back in the green.
Weeden, quite simply, was never going to be the answer in Cleveland. The Browns can now turn their attention to drafting a quarterback in April.
Starks is a solid, veteran defensive tackle and Miami was smart to lock him up long-term at a reasonable price.
Detroit needed to give Matt Stafford another weapon outside of Calvin Johnson, and Tate fits the bill just fine.
Jones was a key player in the Baltimore's Super Bowl run two years ago. Some even argue that he should have been Super Bowl MVP over Joe Flacco. Baltimore was smart to lock him up long term.
Mike Glennon performed well last season, but Tampa clearly felt more comfortable with a veteran quarterback to fall back on just in case. At two years, million, McCown could be a bargain starter or a pricy, but reliable, backup.
The Giants acquired Beason from the Panthers last year, and he turned out to be a very nice fit with their linebacker corps. New York should be very happy to have him back.
John Elway is going all in. A day after giving Aqib Talib a massive contract, Denver broke the bank again to acquire the former Cowboy. A Ware and Von Miller pass rushing duo could be a scary matchup for the rest of the NFL.
New England did it again. A day after losing Aqib Talib to the Broncos, the Patriots, against all odds, still managed to upgrade their secondary with the Revis Island signing. One year, million is very fair considering this year's cornerback market, but the Pats might want to think about locking Revis up long term.
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