NFL free agency tracker 2024: Live updates on news, rumors, signings and trades

NFL free agency is here again, and the league’s 32 teams will likely be aggressive with their spending in 2024.

The NFL’s salary cap was initially expected to be around $240 million to $245 million in 2024. Instead, the league set it at $255.4 million, giving each team at least $10 million more spending power than expected.

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That has already proven meaningful for NFL players and pending free agents. Stars like Mike Evans, Chris Jones, and Justin Madubuike have re-signed with their clubs on high-end deals, while other players like Dalton Schultz, Hunter Henry, and Ezra Cleveland have also cashed in on extensions.

Now, NFL teams will be even more enterprising in their usage of cap space as they pursue free agents from other clubs. That’s especially true with players like Kirk Cousins, Saquon Barkley, Christian Wilkins, and Russell Wilson available.

Sporting News will be tracking all of the notable NFL free agent signings and trades during the 2024 NFL offseason. Follow along with all the latest rumors and news below.

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NFL free agency news, updates on signings and trades

(All times Eastern.)

March 11

3:25 p.m. — Bryce Young is going to get some serious protection. The Panthers have reportedly agreed to a five-year, $100 million contract with guard Robert Hunt, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that deal features $63 million in guarantees.

3:22 p.m. — The Cardinals are another team bolstering their defense early in free agency. Defensive tackle Bilal Nichols has agreed to sign a three-year, $21 million that features $14.4 million guaranteed, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

3:19 p.m. — Another defensive player added to Minnesota. The Vikings have reportedly agreed to sign linebacker Blake Cashman to a three-year contract that will be worth up to $25.5 million, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

3:12 p.m. — One running back in, another out in Green Bay. Aaron Jones has reportedly been released from the Packers nearly an hour after news broke Green Bay would be signing Josh Jacobs, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

2:52 p.m. — The Vikings are staying active adding to their defense. Linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel is set to sign a two-year, $20 million contract with Minnesota, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The contract includes $14 million guaranteed.

2:52 p.m. — The Giants might have lost their star running back, but they’re still looking to improve the protection of the offensive backfield. They have reportedly agreed to sign former Packers guard Jon Runyan to a three-year, $30 million deal that includes $17 million guaranteed, per The Athletic’s Jeff Howe.

2:46 p.m. — The Cardinals are bolstering their defense. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting has signed a contract with Arizona.

2:42 p.m. — Another running back off the market. Former Commander running back Antonio Gibson has reportedly reach an agreement with the Patriots on a contract, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

2:42 p.m. — Saquon Barkley is staying in the NFC East, but he’s changing uniforms. Barkley has reportedly signed a three-year, $37.75 million deal that could reach $46.75 million total, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The deal has $26 million fully guaranteed.

2:27 p.m. — The big quarterback is off the market. Kirk Cousins will sign a four-year deal to join the Falcons, according to his agent Mike McCartney. Cousins told the Vikings Sunday night he wanted to test free agency, and did not take long on Monday to agree to terms with Atlanta.

2:23 p.m. — The Commanders and Cowboys appear to be swapping players in free agency. Former Dallas EDGE Dorance Armstrong is headed to Washington on a three-year contract worth up to $45 million, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Armstrong racked up 7.5 sacks in 2023, a year removed from his career-best 8.5 in 2022.

2:19 p.m. — Another kicker is off the market. Former Broncos and Saints kicker Wil Lutz will reportedly sign a three-year contract with the Jaguars, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Lutz replaces Brandon McManus, another former Bronco kicker who took his talents to Florida.

2:13 p.m. — Vonn Bell was a major defensive sign for the Panthers in 2023, when they inked him to a three-year, $22.5 million deal. He is now going to be released, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

2:08 p.m. — The Eagles are set to sign Jets pass rusher Bryce Huff to a three-year, $51.1 million deal, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That will make Huff the highest-paid, non-quarterback undrafted free agent in NFL history.

Huff had 10 sacks in 2023 despite never starting a game for the Jets. He could total more if the Eagles utilize him in an expanded role. His contract suggests they will.

2:07 p.m. — Here’s a surprise: Josh Jacobs is signing with the Packers in free agency, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. He will team up with Aaron Jones and create one of the league’s best one-two backfield punches. Jacobs had 805 yards and six touchdowns for the Raiders in 2023.

2:02 p.m. — The Rams are making two key signings. They are adding left guard Jonah Jackson on a three-year, $51 million deal per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo and are also signing tight end Colby Parkinson to a three-year deal worth $22.5 million per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Jackson started all 57 of the games that he played for the Lions after being a third-round pick in 2020 and made the Pro Bowl in 2021. The Rams have emphasized improving their blocking over the last year, and Jackson will join Steve Avila and Kevin Dotson to form a stellar interior trio.

Meanwhile, Parkinson posted 25 catches in back-to-back seasons and served as a steady, well-rounded player for the Seahawks. He should be a steady starter in Los Angeles and a nice fill-in for Tyler Higbee, who is coming off a torn ACL.

2 p.m. — The Jaguars are signing safety Darnell Savage to a three-year deal, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Savage spent the first five years of his career with the Packers and averaged 53 tackles, eight pass defenses and two interceptions per 17 games played during his career.

The Jaguars already signed wide receiver Gabe Davis to a three-year deal earlier in the day.

1:52 p.m. — Dan Quinn continues to poach his former players and bring them to Washington. The Commanders are expected to sign center Tyler Biadasz, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Biadasz appeared in 61 games (53 starts) with the Cowboys and made the Pro Bowl in 2022.

1:50 p.m. — Drew Sample’s deal with the Bengals is worth $10.5 million over three years, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

1:42 p.m. — Return man and wide receiver Gunner Olszewski is re-signing with the Giants on a one-year deal, per ESPN’s Jordan Raanan. Olszewski averaged 11.9 yards per punt return last season while in New York.

1:36 p.m. — Gabe Davis’ contract with the Jaguars is a three-year deal worth $39 million, per The Athletic’s Dianna Russini. It could be worth as much as $50 million if Davis reaches certain incentives.

1:33 p.m. — The Cowboys are losing Tony Pollard to free agency, and it seems like that was by design. They aren’t expected to pay up for top-tier running backs in free agency, per CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson. They will consider signing a player but not for top-market value.

1:31 p.m. — Dan Quinn is bringing one of his Cowboys to Washington. The Commanders are expected to sign Dorance Armstrong, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. Armstrong had 7.5 sacks in 2023 and has been a strong rotational edge rusher in Quinn’s defenses over the last three seasons (21 sacks over three years).

1:27 p.m. — The Bills are re-signing cornerback Cam Lewis to a two-year deal worth $4 million, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

1:25 p.m. — Christian Wilkins cashed in big-time in free agency. The former Dolphins defensive tackle is signing with the Raiders and will make $110 million over four years, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. A whopping $84.75 million of Wilkins’ deal is guaranteed.

1:24 p.m. — The Jaguars have agreed to terms with Gabe Davis, but that doesn’t mean they are out on Calvin Ridley. They would like to sign both, per Jeff Howe of The Athletic.

It remains to be seen whether that is a realistic goal.

1:20 p.m. — The Jaguars are making a splash on the receiver market. They are signing former Bills wide-out Gabe Davis to a three-year deal, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Davis logged 45 catches for 746 yards and seven touchdowns in 2023 with Josh Allen as his quarterback. Now, he’ll look to establish himself as a top wideout for Trevor Lawrence.

1:15 p.m. — The Titans are adding a center to go with their new running back Tony Pollard. Lloyd Cushenberry will be heading to Tennessee, per The Athletic’s Dianna Russini.

1:11 p.m. — The Broncos are signing safety Brandon Jones to a three-year deal, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. Jones spent the first four seasons of his career with the Dolphins, totaling 238 tackles, eight sacks, nine pass defenses, four forced fumbles and three interceptions with Mi 

1:07 p.m. — The Vikings are re-signing offensive linemen David Quessenberry and Blake Brandel, per The Athletic’s Alec Lewis.

1:06 p.m. — The Bengals announced they signed tight end Drew Sample to a three-year extension. Sample is a good blocker who has 80 career catches for 621 yards and three touchdowns over five seasons.

1:04 p.m. — Saquon Barkley remains the biggest name on the running back market and the Eagles are considering paying $12 million annually for his services, per SNY’s Connor Hughes. That’s more than the Texans ($11 million) are offering, but the Giants remain in on their star runner too.

12:55 p.m. — Tony Pollard evidently had options in free agency. The Cowboys, Giants and Vikings were all interested in his services, per The Athletic’s Dianna Russini. The Titans deal was the most lucrative, so Pollard took it.

12:52 p.m. — Long-time Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari posted a goodbye to Green Bay on X (formerly Twitter) after the team released him. He is now a free agent. Perhaps he’ll call up Aaron Rodgers to see if he can help fortify the Jets’ shaky offensive line.

12:47 p.m. — Tony Pollard’s deal with the Titans is worth $24 million over three years, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That’s almost identical to what D’Andre Swift is making with the Bears.

12:42 p.m. — The Titans are expected to sign Tony Pollard in free agency, per KPRC 2’s Aaron Wilson. Derrick Henry is a free agent so Pollard would presumably be the front end of a one-two punch with Tyjae Spears in new head coach Brian Callahan’s offense.

12:39 p.m. — One of the top defensive free agents is coming off the board. The Vikings are expected to sign Texans edge rusher Jonathan Greenard to a four-year deal, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Greenard’s deal is worth $76 million with $42 million guaranteed, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Greenard totaled a career-high 12.5 sacks last season for the Texans and has 23 in 48 career games. 

12:23 p.m. — Dion Dawkins signed a three-year extension with the Bills worth $60.5 million, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. This makes him the fourth-highest-paid tackle in the NFL.

Dawkins has been a stalwart left tackle for the Bills, so the deal makes sense. He scared Bills fans moments before the extension was announced — claiming that his time in Buffalo was over — but it appears that may have been a harmless prank.

12:12 p.m. — D’Andre Swift is joining the Bears. The former Eagles running back agreed to a three-year deal worth $24 million to go to Chicago, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Swift’s deal contains $15.3 million in guarantees and may actually be worth up to $24.5 million.

12:10 p.m. — The 49ers are re-signing quarterback Brandon Allen, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Allen was the team’s third-string quarterback in 2023 behind Brock Purdy and Sam Darnold, who is also a free agent.

12:09 p.m. — The Jaguars and Patriots are among the teams expected to make a push to sign wide receiver Calvin Ridley, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. Ridley recorded 76 catches for 1,016 yards and eight touchdowns last season in his first action since 2021.

12:06 p.m. — Demario Davis is staying with the Saints through the 2015 season. The 35-year-old linebacker reworked his one-year deal and turned it into a two-year pact worth $17.25 million, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

12:04 p.m. — The Eagles and Texans have “strong interest” in Giants running back Saquon Barkley, per Dianna Russini of The Athletic. Barkley has averaged 1,289 yards and nine touchdowns per 17 games played over the last two seasons despite playing behind the Giants’ below-average offensive line.

12:01 p.m. — The Bears are expected to target D’Andre Swift in free agency, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Swift racked up 1,049 yards and five touchdowns on the ground last season and was one of the league’s most explosive running backs.

Noon — The NFL’s so-called “legal tampering” period begins now. Expect a flurry of reported signing to trickle in over the next few hours.

11:39 a.m. — Mike Onwenu is one of the most versatile linemen on the free agent market and is expected to have numerous suitors including the Titans, Giants, Ravens and Commanders, per Mike Giardi of the Boston Sports Journal.

11:27 a.m. — The Colts signed their top receiver Michael Pittman Jr. to a three-year extension, per Jordan Schultz of Bleacher Report. Pittman will make $71.5 million with $46 million guaranteed over the length of the deal.

Pittman recorded 109 catches for 1,152 yards and four touchdowns for the Colts in 2023. He is the second Colts player to be extended Monday along with linebacker Zaire Franklin.

11:20 a.m. — The Vikings remain a possibility to bring back Kirk Cousins, however, the quarterback is going to at least test free agency. The Falcons and Broncos are two teams tied to the veteran QB, according to the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. He said that a Cousins’ decision is expected “very quickly.” 

11:15 a.m. — The Buccaneers’ new deal for kicker Chase McLaughlin is a three-year deal worth $12.3 million, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

11 a.m. — The Eagles are locking down a key part of their offensive line. Philadelphia has signed offensive guard Landon Dickerson to a four-year extension worth $84 million, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. He is set to play the final year of his rookie deal in 2024, but is now tied to Philadelphia through the 2028 season. 

10:58 a.m. — The Raiders are making an effort to keep Josh Jacobs and have provided him with what they believe to be fair offers, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. The Colts are in a similar boat with Zack Moss, though he is expected to have “multiple suitors” that may be willing to pay him more than Indianapolis.

10:51 a.m. —  More kicker news: the Buccaneers are bringing back Chase McLaughlin on a three-year deal, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Financial details of the contract weren’t immediately disclosed.

10:49 a.m. — The Broncos may be in the quarterback market, but they aren’t expected to chase Kirk Cousins, per The Athletic’s Dianna Russini. The team enters 2024 free agency with just over $28 million in cap space, per

10:42 a.m. — Greg Zuerlein is rejoining the Jets for the 2024 NFL season. He signed a two-year deal worth $8.4 million to stay in New York, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Zuerlein has made 86.7 percent of his field goals with the Jets and is a rock-solid 11 of 17 from 50-plus yards.

10:33 a.m. — Kirk Cousins is going to be a free agent. He won’t sign an extension before the “legal tampering” window begins and is expected to talk to the Falcons as soon as that opens, per The Athletic’s Dianna Russini.

10:27 a.m. — A minor re-signing: the Cardinals are bringing back Trystan Colon to a one-year deal worth $1.75 million, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

10:07 a.m. — Tee Higgins has requested a trade away from the Bengals, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The Bengals placed the franchise tag on Higgins earlier in the offseason but haven’t discussed a long-term extension with him since March 2023.

9:43 a.m. — The Patriots plan to release special teams ace Chris Board this week, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Board appeared in 17 games last season, made 10 tackles and was a favorite of former head coach Bill Belichick.

9:37 a.m. — The Panthers are re-signing veteran cornerback Troy Hill on a one-year deal, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

9:32 a.m. — The Patriots are in the market for a new quarterback and are expected to show an interest in Jacoby Brissett, per Chad Graff of The Athletic. Brissett was originally a third-round pick by the Patriots in 2016 and has completed 61.3 percent of his career passes for 10,574 yards, 51 touchdowns and 23 interceptions during his career.

9:23 a.m. — Saquon Barkley is one of the biggest names available in NFL free agency for 2024. He is expected to have several teams interested in him, and the Eagles should be one of them, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports.

Saquon Barkley grew up about an hour outside of Philadelphia. He starred at Penn State. Keep an eye on the Eagles when that negotiating window opens.

Pelissero also referenced the Ravens and Titans as teams looking to dip into the veteran running back market.

8:34 a.m. — The Lions are keeping starting right guard Graham Glasgow on a three-year deal worth up to $20 million, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Glasgow appeared in all 17 games last season and made 15 starts for Detroit. Pro Football Focus graded him as the eighth-best guard in the NFL, so retaining him was a priority for the Lions, especially with left guard Jonah Jackson set to be a free agent as well.

8:29 a.m. — Mitch Morse has a new home. The former Bills center inked a two-year, $10.5 million deal with $7 million guaranteed to join the Jaguars, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. The Jaguars started 2022 third-round pick Luke Fortner at center last season so Morse may be competition or veteran depth behind the soon-to-be 26-year-old.

8:23 a.m. — It seems like Kirk Cousins is going to hit free agency barring a last-minute agreement with the Vikings. Minnesota is among the teams interested in signing him with the Falcons serving as major competition, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

“It does seem like the Minnesota Vikings are still working, still trying to see if there’s somehow, some way they can get Kirk Cousins to stay,” Rapoport said. “He’s always going to maximize, always going to take the biggest deal, but the clock is ticking for the Vikings. If it’s not Cousins, they’re going to have to pivot to Plan B.”

8:09 a.m. — The Colts gave linebacker Zaire Franklin a three-year extension worth $31.26 million hours before free agency, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Franklin still had a year left on the three-year, $10 million deal he signed with the Colts in 2022 but earned a raise after recording a career-high 179 tackles and six pass defenses in 2023.

March 10

11:41 p.m. — Wilson will be signing with the Steelers, taking one of the top quarterback names off the free agent market early. The veteran quarterback announced the move on X (formerly Twitter) as reports began to come out about his decision.

10:33 p.m. — The defensive tackle market will have one major name added to it. The 49ers reportedly could not get Arik Armstead to take a pay cut, and instead opted to release him. 

9:10 p.m. — Kendrick Bourne is coming back to the Patriots. He has reportedly signed a three-year, $33 million contract with New England, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

7:24 p.m. — Cousins will not be signing a contract before free agency opens. He will instead be hitting free agency and testing the open market, with his agent reportedly informing the Vikings of his decision Sunday night, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Cousins has reportedly not ruled out re-signing with Minnesota.

5:24 p.m. — Andre James is returning to the Raiders. The two parties agreed to a three-year deal worth up to $24 million with $16 million in guarantees, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

4:58 p.m. — The Buccaneers managed to keep Baker Mayfield from hitting free agency. They re-signed Mayfield to a three-year deal worth up to $115 million, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Mayfield led the Buccaneers to the NFC divisional round in their first year without Tom Brady and threw for 4,044 yards, 28 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions while playing on a one-year deal.

4:23 p.m. — The Chargers are listening to trade offers on their top two receivers, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, and top pass rushers Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack, per Albert Breer of The MMQB. The Chargers have negative $21 million in cap space as of Breer’s report.

3:24 p.m. — The Bears are signing former Titans and Eagles safety Kevin Byard to a two-year, $15 million deal, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Byard had a career-high 122 tackles in 2023 and will be asked to replace Eddie Jackson, who was a cap casualty in Chicago during the offseason.

12:35 p.m. — Fletcher Cox is retiring from the NFL after 12 seasons. The Eagles lost Jason Kelce to retirement earlier in the offseason, so they now have gaps to fill on both sides of the trenches.

11:07 a.m. — The Patriots traded quarterback Mac Jones to the Jaguars for a 2024 sixth-round pick. Jones gets a fresh start after a couple of rocky seasons in New England. He was benched in favor of Bailey Zappe in 2023 after completing 64.9 percent of his passes for 2,120 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

March 9

10:41 p.m. — Chris Jones agreed to an extension with the Chiefs that will keep him in Kansas City for five seasons.

The full details of the deal weren’t revealed, but Jones is expected to get the highest-ever contract for a defensive tackle and $95 million in guarantees.

9:32 p.m. — The Broncos cut Justin Simmons earlier in the offseason, but they kept one of their other top safeties, PJ Locke, on a two-year deal worth up to $7 million, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

12:30 p.m. —  The Browns have made another receiver trade. They acquired Jerry Jeudy from the Broncos for fifth- and sixth-round picks in the 2024 NFL Draft. Cleveland acquired both Amari Cooper and Elijah Moore via trade and will now hope that Jeudy, a first-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, will be invigorated by a change of scenery.

11:35 a.m. — Brandon Graham is returning to the Eagles for a 15th season. The 2010 first-round pick out of Michigan has 73 sacks in 195 career games and should continue as a good rotational edge player despite entering his age-36 season.

NFL free agency rumors, trade rumors

Vikings, Falcons among the favorites to land Kirk Cousins

Date: March 10

Source: ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Dan Graziano

The Vikings and Falcons appear to be the top teams in the running for Kirk Cousins. Fowler reports that the Falcons are a “major threat” to sign Cousins but a Vikings source told the ESPN reporter, “We’re not out of it.”

Cousins’ decision figures to come early in NFL free agency and could influence other quarterback signings, so fans should know expeditiously whether the Vikings will be running it back for another season or if the Falcons will be gearing up for an NFC South title run.

Bears waiting on Kirk Cousins before trading Justin Fields

Date: March 10

Source: ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Dan Graziano

The Bears are likely to select Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick, but they “did not find the market they were hoping to find for Fields” in potential trades. That may force them to wait and see where some of the top quarterback targets — like Cousins — land before a true trade partner emerges.

Eagles listening to trade calls on EDGE Josh Sweat

Date: March 9

Source: NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero

The Eagles are listening to trade calls on edge rusher Josh Sweat, who has 35 career sacks — including 25 in his three seasons as a full-time starter. The Eagles saw Fletcher Cox retire and are permitting Haason Reddick to seek a trade, so Philadelphia’s defensive line rotation could look a lot different in 2024 than it did in ’23 (even with Brandon Graham returning for a 15th season).

Best NFL free agents by position

Here’s a list of the top NFL free agents still available, as ranked by SN’s Vinnie Iyer:


  1. Kirk Cousins, Vikings
  2. Russell Wilson, Broncos
  3. Ryan Tannehill, Titans
  4. Gardner Minshew, Colts
  5. Jameis Winston, Saints
  6. Jacoby Brissett, Commanders
  7. Tyrod Taylor, Giants
  8. Tyler Huntley, Ravens
  9. Joe Flacco, Browns
  10. Josh Dobbs, Vikings
  11. Carson Wentz, Rams
  12. Sam Darnold, 49ers
  13. Drew Lock, Seahawks
  14. Marcus Mariota, Eagles

Running backs

  1. Saquon Barkley, Giants
  2. Josh Jacobs, Raiders
  3. Derrick Henry, Titans
  4. Tony Pollard, Cowboys
  5. Austin Ekeler, Chargers
  6. D’Andre Swift, Eagles
  7. Zack Moss, Colts
  8. A.J. Dillon, Packers
  9. Devin Singletary, Texans
  10. JK Dobbins, Ravens
  11. Gus Edwards, Ravens

Wide receivers

  1. Michael Pittman Jr., Colts (franchise-tagged)
  2. Mike Evans, Buccaneers (re-signed for 2 years, $52 million)
  3. Tee Higgins, Bengals (franchise-tagged)
  4. Marquise Brown, Cardinals
  5. Calvin Ridley, Jaguars
  6. Tyler Boyd, Bengals
  7. Darnell Mooney, Bears
  8. Curtis Samuel, Commanders
  9. Gabe Davis, Bills
  10. DJ Chark, Panthers
  11. Kendrick Bourne, Patriots
  12. Odell Beckham Jr., Ravens
  13. Michael Thomas, Saints
  14. K.J. Osborn, Vikings
  15. Josh Reynolds, Lions
  16. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Titans
  17. Nelson Agholor, Ravens (re-signed for 1 year)

Tight ends

  1. Dalton Schultz, Texans (re-signed for 3 years, $36 million)
  2. Hunter Henry, Patriots (re-signed)
  3. Gerald Everett, Chargers
  4. Noah Fant, Seahawks
  5. Drew Sample, Bengals
  6. Mike Gesicki, Patriots
  7. Austin Hooper, Raiders
  8. Robert Tonyan, Bears
  9. Irv Smith Jr., Bengals

Offensive tackles

  1. Tyron Smith, Cowboys
  2. Trent Brown, Patriots
  3. Mike Onwenu, Patriots
  4. Mekhi Becton, Jets
  5. Jonah Williams, Bengals
  6. Jermaine Eluemenor, Raiders
  7. Donovan Smith, Chiefs


  1. Robert Hunt, Dolphins
  2. Kevin Dotson, Rams
  3. Kevin Zeitler, Ravens
  4. Jonah Jackson, Lions
  5. Ezra Cleveland, Jaguars
  6. Dalton Risner, Vikings
  7. Jon Runyan, Packers
  8. Damien Lewis, Seahawks
  9. Cody Whitehair, Bears


  1. Connor Williams, Dolphins
  2. Andre James, Raiders
  3. Andrew Brewer, Titans
  4. Lloyd Cushenberry, Broncos
  5. Coleman Shelton, Rams
  6. Tyler Biadasz, Cowboys

Edge rushers

  1. Josh Allen, Jaguars (franchise-tagged)
  2. Danielle Hunter, Vikings
  3. Jonathan Greenard, Texans
  4. Bryce Huff, Jets
  5. Brian Burns, Panthers (franchise-tagged)
  6. Chase Young, 49ers
  7. Jadeveon Clowney, Ravens
  8. Josh Uche, Patriots
  9. Andrew Van Ginkel, Dolphins
  10. Leonard Floyd, Bills
  11. Za’Darius Smith, Browns
  12. Dorance Armstrong, Cowboys 
  13. Brandon Graham, Eagles
  14. Mike Danna, Chiefs

Defensive tackles

  1. Chris Jones, Chiefs (re-signed)
  2. Justin Madubuike, Ravens (franchise-tagged)
  3. Christian Wilkins, Dolphins
  4. Denico Autry, Titans
  5. D.J. Reader, Bengals
  6. Maurice Hurst, Browns
  7. Leonard Williams, Seahawks
  8. Grover Stewart, Colts
  9. Sheldon Rankins, Texans
  10. DaQuan Jones, Bills
  11. Teair Tart, Titans
  12. Fletcher Cox, Eagles (retired)
  13. Calais Campbell, Falcons
  14. Raekwon Davis, Dolphins
  15. Quinton Jefferson, Jets
  16. Javon Kinlaw, 49ers
  17. Shelby Harris, Seahawks


  1. Frankie Luvu, Panthers
  2. Patrick Queen, Ravens
  3. Tyrel Dodson, Bills
  4. Lavonte David, Buccaneers
  5. Bobby Wagner, Seahawks
  6. Jordan Hicks, Vikings
  7. Jordyn Brooks, Seahawks
  8. Devin White, Buccaneers
  9. Drue Tranquill, Chiefs
  10. Josey Jewell, Broncos
  11. Blake Cashman, Texans
  12. Wilie Gay, Chiefs
  13. Azeez Al-Shaair, Titans


  1. L’Jarius Sneed, Chiefs (franchise-tagged)
  2. Jaylon Johnson, Bears (franchise-tagged)
  3. Steven Nelson, Texans
  4. Kendall Fuller, Cowboys
  5. Chidobe Awuzie, Bengals
  6. Stephon Gilmore, Cowboys
  7. Kenny Moore II, Colts
  8. Xavien Howard, Dolphins
  9. Adoree’ Jackson, Giants


  1. Antoine Winfield Jr., Buccaneers (franchise-tagged)
  2. Kamren Curl, Commanders
  3. Kyle Dugger, Patriots (transition-tagged)
  4. Xavier McKinney, Giants
  5. Geno Stone, Ravens
  6. Jordan Whitehead, Jets
  7. Jordan Fuller, Rams
  8. Julian Blackmon, Colts
  9. C.J. Gardner-Johnson, Lions
  10. Eddie Jackson, Bears


  1. Ka’imi Fairbairn, Texans
  2. Wil Lutz, Broncos
  3. Chase McLaughlin, Buccaneers
  4. Brandon McManus, Jaguars
  5. Greg Joseph, Vikings
  6. Greg Zuerlein, Jets
  7. Nick Folk, Patriots


  1. Tommy Townsend, Chiefs
  2. Jake Bailey, Dolphins
  3. Cameron Johnston, Texans
  4. Rigoberto Sanchez, Colts
  5. Corey Bojorquez, Browns

Long snappers

  1. James Winchester, Chiefs
  2. Aaron Brewer, Cardinals
  3. Morgan Cox, Titans
  4. J.J. Jansen, Panthers

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