Here's a look at the five Vikings who were most impacted by the lockout, in reverse order.
The Bears are looking to trade TE Greg Olsen, reports indicate.
There aren't many young players on the team, but the Patriots do have a few who would have benefited from a normal offseason.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush identifies the five Packers players most impacted by the NFL lockout this offseason.
WR Rashied Davis will remain in the NFC North, agreeing to a deal with the Lions, multiple media outlets reported.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr ranks the five Bears players most affected by the lockout, counting down from No. 5.
Rookie RB Roy Helu agreed to terms on a contract with the Redskins on Wednesday night and is expected to sign the deal on Thursday.
WR Marques Colston can still be a very solid No. 2 fantasy receiver, but his teammate, Robert Meachem is a sleeper to watch this season.
The Cowboys agreed to re-sign OLG Kyle Kosier to a three-year, $9 million deal.
The Falcons announced Thursday they agreed to a five-year deal to re-sign LB Stephen Nicholas. The team also re-signed LB Mike Peterson.
The Redskins seem to be stockpiling wide receivers, but WR Brandon Stokley said "not so fast."
The highest 2011 draft pick has signed a deal. The Bengals have agreed to terms with the No. 4 overall pick, WR A.J. Green.
The Redskins will cut three veteran linemen Thursday afternoon — C Casey Rabach, DE Phillip Daniels and DT Ma'ake Kemoeatu.
The Cardinals and Packers OLG Daryn Colledge are expected to agree on a contract, NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reported Thursday.
Sources have indicated to Pro Football Weekly that WR Steve Smith is expected to remain a Panther this season after rumors had circulated that he would be traded.