Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
SI.com's free-agent tracker says Fred Taylor to the Pats is a perfect union and has details on defensive end Chris Canty's travel schedule following Albert Haynesworth's signing.
Denver has signed Houston restricted free agent receiver David Anderson to an offer sheet, says Bill Williamson.
Tight end Joel Dreessen, who was a restricted free agent, got a three-year, $3.6 million contract from the Texans, reports Alex Marvez.
Mike Chappell answers questions in a blog entry, starting with why the Colts aren't active in free agency.
Free agent receiver Reggie Williams was arrested in Houston for DWI and possession of marijuana, reports Michael C. Wright.
The Raiders may be looking at tackle Khalif Barnes, says Williamson.
The Saints have visits planned with both Gerald Sensabaugh and Barnes, says Mike Triplett. Sensabaugh was with New Orleans defensive coordinator Gregg Williams in Jacksonville last year.
The National Football Post points us to Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star Tribune who says the agent for free agent wide receiver Nate Washington sees signs pointing his guy to Detroit or Tennessee.
As he was introduced in Washington, Albert Haynesworth vowed not to be a bust.
Listen to Haynesworth's interview on ESPN 980 in D.C.
Michael Wilbon says the Haynesworth deal could work, or it could be a spectacular bust.
Clifton Brown says Haynesworth is worth the risk for the Redskins.
Details of an accident Haynesworth was in and a lawsuit against him that could be pending, from Jim Wyatt.
Middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch talks with Wyatt about the difficulties of life after Haynesworth.