Clayton: NFL Teams Granted The Right To Sign Undrafted Free Agents

According to ESPN's NFL Insider John Clayton (via Adam Schefter), NFL teams are already making deals for undrafted free agents.

John Clayton reports that NFL teams were granted the right to sign undrafted players Monday night. So dealings are underway.less than a minute ago via UberSocial for BlackBerry Favorite Retweet Reply

If that means what we think it means, we could be gracefully introduced by a new group of young rookie players by this very next post. Refresh often. Put the women and children to bed and stare at your slowly refreshing monitor that's crippling your eyeballs.

Areas that we imagine the team could address includes, but not limited to, the secondary, offensive and defensive line, general manager and running back. The Bengals have the luxury of increasing their roster to 90 players, so we imagine they'll sign guys at any position if they feel comfortable enough that that player could improve the position, or at the very least, raw enough to develop into a starter.

UPDATE: Teams can only talk. Fox Sports' Alex Marvez corrected Clayton's point that teams can only talk.

NFL saying that teams can talk to undrafted rookie free agents tonight but no signings can be completed.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

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