NFL Nation: Patrick Chukwurah
The chart breaks down the UFA counts by team in the NFC West.
A quick look at the lists, which include a couple players who have already reached agreement on new contracts:
UFA offense (4): D'Anthony Batiste, Pat McQuistan, Rich Ohrnberger, LaRod Stephens-Howling
UFA defense (8): Michael Adams, Nick Eason, Quentin Groves, Vonnie Holliday, Rashad Johnson, Paris Lenon, James Sanders, Greg Toler
RFA: Brian Hoyer, tendered to second-round pick.
Note: The Cardinals announced Johnson's agreement to a three-year contract.
St. Louis Rams
UFA offense (8): Danny Amendola, Kellen Clemens, Brandon Gibson, Steven Jackson, Barry Richardson, Steve Smith, Robert Turner, Chris Williams
UFA defense (6): Craig Dahl, Bradley Fletcher, Mario Haggan, William Hayes, Trevor Laws, Rocky McIntosh
RFA: Darian Stewart, tendered to right of first refusal.
Note: The Rams announced Hayes' agreement to a three-year contract.
San Francisco 49ers
UFA offense (4): Leonard Davis, Ted Ginn Jr., Randy Moss, Delanie Walker
UFA defense (6): Dashon Goldson, Tavares Gooden, Larry Grant, Clark Haggans, Ricky Jean-Francois, Isaac Sopoaga
RFA: Tramaine Brock, tendered to right of first refusal.
Note: Walker has reportedly agreed to terms on a contract with the Tennessee Titans.
UFA offense (2): Cameron Morrah, Frank Omiyale
UFA defense (5): Alan Branch, Patrick Chukwurah, Leroy Hill, Jason Jones, Marcus Trufant
UFA special teams (2): Steve Hauschka, Ryan Longwell
RFA: Clint Gresham and Chris Maragos, tendered to right of first refusal; and Clinton McDonald, tendered to seventh-round choice.
Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
Clare Farnsworth of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer takes an in-depth look at problems facing the Seahawks. Injurires stand out as the primary problem, but conservative coaching and poor drafting also make the list.
Also from Farnsworth: An "F" grade for the secondary at the season's midpoint.
Frank Hughes of the Tacoma News Tribune lists defensive ends who tried out with the Seahawks while Patrick Kerney was undergoing surgery. Patrick Chukwurah, Sean Conover, Angelo Craig, Kevin Huntley and Al Wallace made the list.
Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times grades the Seahawks on a pass-fail basis. The passing game has failed, in other words.
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says the Rams' renewed hopes might have come unraveled during the final four minutes of the second quarter Sunday.
Also from Thomas: A chat transcript in which he points out how the Rams have played the most difficult schedule in the NFC so far this season.
Brian Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Jim Haslett's changed approach with Steven Jackson shows a capacity to learn from mistakes.
Darren Urban of azcardinals.com says Ali Highsmith's season-ending injury will affect the Cardinals' special teams.
Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic explains why Tim Hightower replaced Edgerrin James as the Cardinals' starting running back. Hightower fits the offense better.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat looks at how many times the 49ers have targeted receivers in the passing game. Isaac Bruce leads the way. Vernon Davis has caught a high percentage of the relatively few passes thrown his way.
Also from Maiocco: A look at voting tendencies among 49ers players and how opinions broke along racial and financial lines.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee says the 49ers conducted a spirited practice Tuesday.
Also from Barrows: An extended version of the same report.
Daniel Brown of the San Jose Mercury News says the 49ers are working with Chilo Rachal, a player they think can make the offensive line more physical. Rachal appreciates the support.
Final San Diego 22 Buffalo 10 Final Dallas 34 St. Louis 31 Final Washington 34 Philadelphia 37 Final Houston 17 New York 30 Final Minnesota 9 New Orleans 20 Final Tennessee 7 Cincinnati 33 Final Baltimore 23 Cleveland 21 Final Green Bay 7 Detroit 19 Final Indianapolis 44 Jacksonville 17 Final Oakland 9 New England 16 Final San Francisco 14 Arizona 23 Final/OT Denver 20 Seattle 26 Final Kansas City 34 Miami 15 Final Pittsburgh 37 Carolina 19