The big wave of free agency has come and gone, and the focus has turned to the draft, but that doesn't mean there still aren't holes to fill, some huge ones, for each of the NFL's 32 teams.
The Vikings did something against Carolina that hasn't been done since 1990.
As we make our way toward free agency on Tuesday, here were the news, reports and rumors that happened on Sunday.
With Carson Palmer slinging the ball to Larry Fitzgerald, the Cardinals are hopeful their fortunes will finally turn positive. Here's a preview of Arizona's 2013 season.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim offered free agent deals that went off the table once they left Arizona.
While the free-agent pool has drained a bit, some big names are still out there. What sort of deals can Andre Smith, Elvis Dumervil, Brian Urlacher and others expect? Former agent Joel Corry breaks it all down.
Free agent Brian Urlacher is talking to the Bears' NFC North rivals, the Vikings, according to a report. Minnesota likely will need a middle linebacker with Jasper Brinkley expected to leave as a free agent.
The Vikings rode Adrian Peterson to the playoffs last season. To take the next step they must upgrade their wide-receiver corps -- even if Percy Harvin is back -- and their linebackers.
The Vikings beat the Texans 23-6 in Houston on Sunday.
Vikings defensive tackle Jared Allen didn't hold back his thoughts on expanding the playoffs from 12 to as many as 16 teams.

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