Teams taking fewer risks on contracts
Long-term deals appearing less likely; Kellen Moore doesn't pass the eye test
Over the next two weeks, spending in the NFL will be crazy.
As the free-agency signing period approaches, deals are getting done. Marshawn Lynch got a four-year, $31 million deal from the Seahawks. The Bills paid Stevie Johnson. The Houston Texans stepped up to keep restricted free agent Arian Foster. And they were all signed to long-term deals.
But what fascinates me is whether enough teams lock up enough players to long-term deals. Last year was strange. ...
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