The 49ers had the most salary-cap room of any team and Clements was the only marquee cornerback available. They gave the former Bill an eight-year, $80 million contract.
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The versatile linebacker signed with New England for five years and $35 million. Thomas will help improve the Patriots' pass rush and can help cover receivers in certain situations.
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The Bucs wanted Garcia two years ago, before the veteran quarterback signed with the Browns. They finally got him over the weekend. He's a perfect fit for Jon Gruden's offense if Tampa Bay gives him the starting job over Chris Simms ... and perhaps Jake Plummer, who is now a Buc but may retire.
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Even though he's never been to a Pro Bowl, Steinbach got $49 million over seven years from Cleveland. The former Bengal is on the smallish side, but he's a talented run-blocker.
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Dielman reportedly left a big chunk of money on the table from the Seahawks to stay with the Chargers. Dielman is a vital cog to San Diego's potent rushing game. He signed a six-year deal worth about $39 million.
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Dallas signed the 6-foot-6, 366-pound Davis for seven years, $50 million. Many experts think the former No. 2 overall pick is not a hard worker and will never be a star, but the Cowboys feel they can rehabilitate his career.
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The Bills reportedly gave Dockery a seven-year, $49 million deal, with a $16 million signing bonus. Dockery, who is just 26, will likely replace free agent Mike Gandy at left guard.
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The 31-year-old linebacker signed a five-year, $25 million contract with the Skins, although he's unlikely to see all that money. Fletcher provides a solid presence in the middle of Washington's defense.
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He signed a six-year deal with the Rams, who expect to replace No. 3 receiver Kevin Curtis, an unrestricted free agent. Bennett had 80 receptions, 1,247 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2004, but has struggled with injuries since then.
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The Texans bring in the 30-year-old Green to solidify an inconsistent backfield. Green rebounded nicely from injuries to rush for 1,059 yards in 14 games last season.
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