POSTED 8:37 a.m. EDT; UPDATED 9:07 a.m. EDT, March 16, 2007
FOR SIX TEAMS, NO NEW FREE AGENTS
Since free agency opened two weeks ago, 26 teams have signed players who spent the 2006 season with other teams.
Six teams, to date, have not signed a single free agent who played elsewhere last year.
The Bengals, Ravens, Chargers, Giants, Bears, and Panthers are the franchises who have opted thus far to stand pat.
Of that group, both the Giants and the Ravens have traded for new running backs.
But none of this six-pack of teams has inked a new veteran player.
Four other teams have signed only one new player.
The Colts recently inked quarterback John Navarre, a third-year player who received no free-agent tender from the Cardinals.
The Packers signed cornerback Frank Walker earlier this week.
The Steelers signed offensive lineman Sean Mahan over the weekend.
And the Titans recently snagged cornerback Nick Harper.
The most active team to date has been the Bucs, with seven new players under contract.
The Browns have signed six, and the 49ers, Raiders, and Patriots have signed five.