NFL's Old Faces In New Places
Maybe you've heard: This Packers living legend will be under center for the Jets this season.
Acquiring the long-time Dolphins defensive end gives the Redskins the perfect complement to up-and-coming end Andre Carter (10.5 sacks in 2007).
New England will find room in their backfield for this Raiders castoff, who topped 100 yards in the two games he had 20 or more carries in 2007.
After a disappointing final season with the Cowboys (588 yards, two TDs), Jones is hoping to resurrect his career for a team in need of resuscitating its running game (20th in yards in 2007).
A Bronco for the first 15 seasons of his career, Elam returns to the state where he earned All-State honors at Brookwood High School in Snellville, Ga.
The 35-year-old linebacker didn't fit into the rebuilding plans in Miami, so he signed with Dallas, which plans on getting Thomas plenty of snaps on first and second down.
The ex-Brown and Saint grew up two hours from Tampa in Sanford, Fla., and signed the richest contract ever for a center (six years, $37 million).
The Titans are hoping Michael Vick's former security blanket in Atlanta will become Vince Young's favorite outlet in Tennessee.
The Vikings are hoping this former Bear will be a deep threat who will help spread out defenses for stud running back Adrian Peterson.
The loquacious ex-Falcon will team with Nnamdi Asomugha to form one of best cornerback tandems in the league.