NFL free company is nearly right here for 2020. The new league yr formally opened for the enterprise of transactions on Wednesday, March 18, however with the authorized tampering interval kicking off on Monday, March 16, information of unrestricted free-agent offers was coming in quick and furioius.

In preparation for the insanity, groups tried to maintain their very own pending precedence free agents with both a brand new long-term contract or the franchise tag. 

Consider this your Sporting News tracking hub for the newest updates on NFL offers as they arrive in the course of the offseason. Here’s a whole checklist of NFL free agents in 2020, together with the best gamers by place.

NFL MOCK DRAFT 2020:
Patriots, Raiders, Cowboys, Giants go protection; Bucs, Chargers get in on QB

NFL free company 2020: Ranking the top 50 gamers

Dak Prescott

1. Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys (age: 26) (franchise-tagged)

Prescott went again to his rookie stage of success solely whereas dealing with a lot greater passing quantity and downfield pop underneath Kellen Moore. Moore is staying in Dallas with Mike McCarthy for that motive and the Cowboys locking up Prescott is the very best offensive precedence of any group.

2. Chris Jones, DT, Chiefs (25) (franchise-tagged)

Jones has proved to be a extremely disruptive inside cross rusher in two schemes over two huge seasons. He’s an explosive expertise for any entrance and the Chiefs might must franchise-tag him (at round $15.5 million assured) for 2020. The challenges to giving him an enormous contract are a previous one to Frank Clark and a monster future one for Patrick Mahomes whereas working with restricted cap area.

3. Amari Cooper, WR, Cowboys (25) (re-signed for five years, $100 million)

The Cowboys had each intention of conserving their triplets of Prescott, Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott intact, nevertheless it was unusual how they have been pressured into locking up the working again first. There was an opportunity Cooper would possibly discover a richer payday in free company with the potential tag wanted to go to Prescott first.

4. Drew Brees, QB, Saints (41) (re-signed for two years, $50 million)

Brees mentioned he is taking a while to ponder his enjoying future in soccer, however coming off a 3rd consecutive playoff frustration, he’s totally anticipated to be again main their offense with a deal on his phrases. Sean Payton just about made it clear he’ll stay hooked up to his longtime QB.

5. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots (42) (signed for two years, $60 million)

He’s the third within the loaded class of veteran QBs as he is a lot older than Prescott and wasn’t almost as efficient as Brees in 2019. But Brady nonetheless made the many of the expertise round him to guide the Patriots by means of a harder path to the AFC East title by grinding away together with his psychological toughness and competitiveness. It’s about 50-50 for him to remain in New England , as onerous is that to consider.

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6. Jadevon Clowney, EDGE, Seahawks (26)

Clowney favored enjoying in Seattle’s 4-Three scheme after coming over from Houston’s 3-4, persevering with his elite run stopping and when wholesome, being a power within the cross rush even with out the sacks (solely Three in 13 video games) to again it up. He has mentioned he needs to maintain contributing to a top contender and the Seahawks need to deliver him again.

7. Byron Jones, CB, Cowboys (27) (signed with Dolphins for five years, $82.5 million)

Jones did not document an interception in his second full season at cornerback however used his 6-0, 205-pound body properly to be a shutdown artist and in addition has translated his athleticism to be an energetic, sound tackler.

8. Justin Simmons, S, Broncos (26) (franchise-tagged)

Simmons is coming off a monster season as an enormous security (6-2, 202 kilos), exhibiting off each his prolific tackling in opposition to the run and ball-hawking in bodily protection (4 interceptions). He is a precedence re-sign for John Elway.

9. Hunter Henry, TE, Chargers (25) (franchise-tagged)

Henry rebounded properly in a 12-game season coming off a torn ACL with 55 catches for 652 yards and a TD, constructing on his rookie and second-year promise. At 6-5, 250 kilos, he is a prototype full participant on the place and sneakily the best of the Chargers’ three offensive re-sign choices.

Derrick Henry

10. Derrick Henry, RB, Titans (26) (franchise-tagged)

This Henry was beastly down the stretch to turn out to be the NFL’s reigning speeding champion together with his old-school mix of energy and burst. The Titans will likely be conserving the hammer and basis of their offense, however they may want to determine how a lot they’re paying their quarterback earlier than figuring out what they will pay Henry.

11. Joe Thuney, G, Patriots (27) (franchise-tagged, re-signed)

Thuney is coming off a second-year All-Pro season at left guard, standing out regardless of accidents dampening the play subsequent to him at left sort out and middle. He is an environment friendly all-around blocker, particularly a rock within the working recreation.

12. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers (38) (signed with Colts for 1 yr, $25 million)

Rivers seems to be like he is both making ready himself to land with one other group in free company or on the brink of retire together with his famous household relocation from Southern California to Florida. He’s coming off a tough season the place he obtained too careless with the ball however he is obtained one thing left as a fiery chief in the suitable offensive assist system.

13. Cory Littleton, ILB, Rams (26) (signed with Raiders for Three years, $36 million)

Littleton is a extremely energetic tackler and one of many best cowl males at his place due to his quickness, vary and instincts. He additionally may be efficient going after the quarterback as a blitzer.

14. Shaquil Barrett, EDGE, Buccaneers (27) (franchise-tagged)

The Bucs obtained main dividends from the previous Bronco as he loved a terrific, long-awaited breakout season, main the NFL in sacks (19.5) in Todd Bowles’ 3-4.

15. Ryan Tannehill, QB, Titans (31) (re-signed for 4 years, $118 million)

The Titans must be cautious about overpaying and over-committing to Tannehill an excessive amount of given his age, nevertheless it’s onerous not to consider him as a continued, extremely cheap resolution to QB after he meshed so properly within the offense enjoying off Henry and the dominant working recreation.

16. A.J. Green, WR, Bengals (31) (franchise-tagged)

Green needs to stay round after his season utterly misplaced to ankle damage if the Bengals deliver him again on the proper ultimate contract worth. The Bengals might use him to offer Joe Burrow a dependable veteran safety blanket exterior.

17. Anthony Harris, S, Vikings (28) (franchise-tagged)

Harris, like Simmons is one other huge security (6-1, 202 kilos), solely coming off making just a few extra huge performs in protection (6 INTs) with rather less influence in opposition to the run.

18. Jameis Winston, QB, Buccaneers (26)

The good of Winston was the league-leading 5,109 yards passing with 33 TDs. The unhealthy was his league-leading 30 INTs that pushed his effectivity manner down once more for Bruce Arians. Should the Bucs assume they’re higher off making an attempt to win video games with another person, he ought to be a starter elsewhere.

19. Anthony Castonzo, OT, Colts (31) (re-signed for two years, $33 million)

He’s been terrific as their left sort out, maintaining the cross safety within the transition from Andrew Luck to Jacoby Brissett with out dropping his run-blocking edge. But it is sounding like he is break up between retiring and re-signing.

20. Yannick Ngakuoe, EDGE, Jaguars (24) (franchise-tagged)

He’s too younger and too productive as their best cross rusher (Eight sacks in 2019) to let stroll. If they can not work out a long-term deal within the quick time period, he is certain to be franchise-tagged at somewhat greater than $19 million for 2020.

Arik Armstead

21. Arik Armstead, DE, 49ers (26) (re-signed for five years, $85 million)

The 2015 first-rounder from Oregon lastly busted out huge time together with his huge body (6-7, 290 kilos) with 10 sacks in Robert Saleh’s 4-3, or another than the full of his earlier 4 seasons. He’s most likely nonetheless extra of a strong complementary cross rusher than transcendent one.

22. Brandon Scherff, G, Redskins (28) (franchise-tagged)

The three-time Pro Bowler and No. 5 total decide from 2015 is not too far behind Thuney together with his highly effective work at proper guard for Washington.

23. Chris Harris Jr., CB, Broncos (30) (signed with Chargers for two years, $20 million)

Harris has proven some indicators of slowing down, however total, thrust into extra of a touring shutdown function in Denver’s new protection with Vic Fangio, he responded properly to the purpose he has nice attraction on a shorter-team deal.

24. Jack Conklin, OT, Titans (25) (signed with Browns for Three years, $42 million)

Back to being totally wholesome, the 2016 No. Eight total decide rebounded into kind as a rock of a proper sort out paving the way in which for Henry. He is prone to locked up by Tennessee, which is what he needs, too.

25. Leonard Williams, DT, Giants (25) (franchise-tagged)

Williams has been greater than somewhat disappointing together with his explosive influence up entrance, given he was the No. 6 total decide in 2015, prompting his crosstown commerce from the Jets. The Giants need to deliver him again as a cornerstone for the rebuild for Dave Gettleman and new defensive coordinator Patrick Graham.

26. Melvin Gordon, RB, Chargers (26) (signed with Broncos for two years, $16 million)

He obtained the strong accrued season he needed to get into free company and there is no manner the Chargers change their thoughts to offer him what he is asking given they will simply roll with Austin Ekeler as their characteristic again with somewhat extra energy assist. Gordon is above common at best, given how low his flooring was and the way low is ceiling is.

27. Devin McCourty, S, Patriots (32) (re-signed for 2 years, $23 million)

McCourty is coming off one other strong season as a playmaker in protection (5 INTs) and presents loads of savvy and smarts for a group exterior of New England that wants it. He needs to maintain enjoying regardless of the age however the Patriots will likely be hesitant towards committing an excessive amount of extra.

28. Breshad Perriman, WR, Buccaneers (26) (signed with Jets for 1 yr, $Eight million)

For Perriman, the No. 26 total decide within the 2015 draft, he lastly was wholesome sufficient with an opportunity to point out off his pace in a offense constructed on stretching the sphere. It took late hamstring accidents to Mike Evans and Chris Godwin to point out what he can do as a field-stretcher (36 catches, 645 yards, six TDs).

29. Matthew Judon, EDGE, Ravens (27) (franchise-tagged)

Judon ripped off 9.5 sacks to emerge as a devastating power of their 3-4. He’s certain to get somewhat overpaid due to his profile and that seemingly costs him out of Baltimore.

Robby Anderson

30. Robby Anderson, WR, Jets (26) (signed with Panthers for two years, $20 million)

Anderson is very similar to Perriman, given his spike additionally got here in December, however he is extra of a pure field-stretcher coming off a 52-catch, 779-yard, 5-TD season. The provide of wideout assist is proscribed sufficient the place demand can get him a beneficiant deal, however seemingly out of New York.

31. Bud Dupree, EDGE, Steelers (26) (franchise-tagged)

Dupree, the No. 22 total decide in 2015, is coming off an 11.5-sack season the place he additionally stopped the run properly from the skin. He ought to money in like Judon ought to he hit the open market. The Steelers need to prolong him huge time and will within the meantime lean on the franchise tag.

32. Dante Fowler Jr., EDGE, Rams (25) (signed with Falcons for Three years, $48 million)

Fowler delivered on his one-year, $14 million cope with 11.5 sacks of his personal. The No. Three total decide of 2015 discovered his stride away from Jacksonville in Los Angeles’ 3-Four and he carries loads extra youthful upside.

33. Austin Hooper, TE, Falcons (25) (signed with Browns for Four years, $44 million)

Hooper threw down a Pro Bowl season with 75 catches for 785 yards and 6 TDs in solely 13 video games. The 2016 third-rounder has exceeded expecations as a useful receiver however the Falcons might want to get inventive to retain him at market worth given a good cap state of affairs.

34. Kyle Van Noy, OLB, Patriots (28) (signed with Dolphins for Four years, $51 million)

He has been an superior Swiss Army knife in Bill Belichick’s protection enjoying a mix of out of doors linebacker, inside linebacker and defensive finish. He merely will get everywhere in the subject to make performs from all angles. It’s simply onerous to see him performing as properly away from the Patriots, until it is the copycat schemes of the Lions, Dolphins, Giants or Titans.

35. Emmanuel Sanders, WR, 49ers (32) (signed with Saints for two years, $16 million)

He’s form of like his previous teammate Chris Harris Jr., solely on the offensive aspect of this class, good for extra like a one- or two-year deal. Between Denver and San Francisco, Sanders posted 66 catches for 869 yards and 5 TDs within the common season, with solely two huge video games with the latter group.

36. D.J. Reader, DT, Texans (25) (signed with Bengals for Four years, $53 million)

He’s emerged as a stout 3-Four nostril sort out to eat area in opposition to the run and he additionally chipped 2.5 sacks in 2019.

37. Javon Hargrave, DT, Steelers (26) (signed with Eagles for Three years, $39 million)

He’s turn out to be the brand new Casey Hampton for them on the nostril with Four sacks to go together with engulfing blockers.

38. Shelby Harris, DE, Broncos (28)

Harris, who had six sacks in 2019, proved to be an Akiem Hicks-type participant for Vic Fangio together with his means to get to the passer inside from both a 4-Three or a 3-4.

39. Jarran Reed, DT, Seahawks (27) (re-signed for two years, $23 million)

Reed’s off-field bother hit into a few of his worth on the sphere as his sacks in Seattle’s 4-Three dropped from 10.5 in 16 video games to solely two in 10 video games.

40. Bryan Bulaga, OT, Packers (30) (signed with Chargers for Three years, $30 million)

Bulaga has held down proper sort out for them steadily since he was drafted within the first spherical 10 years in the past. But he has sturdiness points piling as much as the purpose Green Bay might transfer on. 

Kenyan Drake

41. Kenyan Drake, RB, Cardinals (26) (transition-tagged, re-signed for 1 yr, $8.5 million)

What did Drake do in his half season in Arizona after being traded from Miami? His 643 yards speeding, Eight TDs and 5.2 per-carry common in Eight video games meant he was the proper slot in Kliff Kingsbury’s offense, all the way down to his receiving means. He’s instantly the again of alternative over fading David Johnson and may get re-signed.

42. Michael Pierce, DT, Ravens (27) (signed with Vikings for Three years, $27 million)

Here’s one more stout 3-Four run-stuffing nostril sort out so as to add to the market, just one with much less pass-rush punch than both Reader or Hargrave.

43. Vonn Bell, S, Saints (25) (signed with Bengals for Three years)

Bell is a wonderful run-support security and confirmed in restricted doses that he could make huge performs as a canopy man and blitzer.

44. Joe Schobert, ILB, Browns (26) (signed with Jaguars for five years, $53.75 million)

There’s nothing spectacular about his recreation, however he is simply sturdy and productive. The one-time Pro Bowler saved up the identical work in racking up tackles with just a few sacks, however he additionally added Four interceptions in 2019.

45. Andrew Whitworth, OT, Rams (38) (re-signed for Three years)

Whitworth plugged alongside properly on the left aspect once more, proving to be extremely sturdy together with his savvy blocking presence. But at his age, he is a short-term resolution, in or out of Los Angeles.

46. Ndamukong Suh, DT, Buccaneers (33) (re-signed for 1 yr, $Eight million)

The Bucs obtained greater than sufficient out of Suh changing his 2010 first-round draftmate Gerald McCoy with 2.5 sacks on top of being the anchor for a much-improved run protection, which ended up No. 1 within the league. He’s seemingly one other one-year deal.

47. Blake Martinez, ILB, Packers (26) (signed with Giants for Three years, $30 million)

Martinez is an energetic tackler however he is nonetheless not a plus in opposition to the run. His protection and talent to get to the quarterback when referred to as upon to blitz give him higher attraction as a cross protection asset.

48. Greg Zuerlein, K, Rams (32) (signed with Cowboys for Three years, $7.5 million)

Given the field-goal and extra-point woes across the league, even Greg the Leg/Not So Young GZ wasn’t immune, battling by means of a foot damage. He missed 9 subject objective tries (24 for 33) however was excellent on PATs (42 for 42). He’ll be a dependable improve for Dallas.

49. Eric Ebron, TE, Colts (26) (signed with Steelers for two years, $12 million)

The No. 10 total decide of the Lions in 2014 busted out together with his 13-TD season with Andrew Luck as a free-agent flyer in ’18, adopted by a injury-marred fade with Brissett to 31 catches for 375 yards and three TDs in 11 video games. Ebron will not return to Indianapolis behind Pro Bowler Jack Doyle and must go someplace the place he may be unitized purely as a transfer tight finish/slot receiver.

50. Jimmie Ward, S, 49ers (28) (re-signed for Three years, $28.5 million)

The 2014 first-rounder has had a shaky three-season run of accidents, however when wholesome, he is a useful, versatile starter as a result of he does somewhat little bit of all the things properly.

FREE AGENT RANKINGS: WR | RB

2020 NFL free agents: Tracking top gamers by place

Tom Brady

Quarterbacks

  1. Dak Prescott, Cowboys (franchise-tagged)
  2. Drew Brees, Saints (re-signed for two years, $50 million)
  3. Tom Brady, Patriots (signed with Buccaneers for two years, $60 million)
  4. Ryan Tannehill, Titans (re-signed for Four years, $118 million)
  5. Jameis Winston, Buccaneers
  6. Philip Rivers, Chargers (signed with Colts for 1 yr, $25 million)
  7. Teddy Bridgewater, Saints (signed with Panthers for Three years, $63 million)
  8. Cam Newton, Panthers
  9. Marcus Mariota, Titans (signed with Raiders for two years, $17.6 million)
  10. Case Keenum, Redskins (signed with Browns for Three years, $18 million)
  11. Joe Flacco, Broncos
  12. Blake Bortles, Rams
  13. Colt McCoy, Redskins (signed with Giants for 1 yr)
  14. AJ McCarron, Texans (re-signed)
  15. Matt Moore, Chiefs
  16. Chase Daniel, Bears (signed with Lions for Three years, $13 million)
  17. Brian Hoyer, Colts (signed with Patriots for 1 yr)
  18. Brandon Allen, Broncos
  19. Chad Henne, Chiefs (re-signed for two years)
  20. Jeff Driskel, Lions (signed with Broncos)
  21. Sean Mannion, Vikings (re-signed)

Running backs

  1. Derrick Henry, Titans (franchise-tagged)
  2. Melvin Gordon III, Chargers (signed with Broncos for two years, $16 million)
  3. Kenyan Drake, Cardinals (re-signed for 1 yr, $8.5 million)
  4. Todd Gurley, Rams (signed with Falcons for 1 yr, $5 million)
  5. Jordan Howard, Eagles (signed with Dolphins for two years)
  6. Carlos Hyde, Texans
  7. Devonta Freeman, Falcons
  8. Peyton Barber, Buccaneers (signed with Redskins for two years, $Three million)
  9. Lamar Miller, Texans
  10. Chris Thompson, Redskins
  11. Corey Clement, Eagles
  12. DeAndre Washington, Raiders
  13. Dion Lewis, Titans (signed with Giants)
  14. Isaiah Crowell, Raiders
  15. Ty Montgomery, Jets
  16. J.D. McKissic, Lions (signed with Redskins)

Wide receivers

  1. Amari Cooper, Cowboys (re-signed for five years, $100 million)
  2. A.J. Green, Bengals (franchise-tagged)
  3. Breshad Perriman, Buccaneers (signed with Jets for 1 yr, $Eight million)
  4. Robby Anderson, Jets (signed with Panthers for two years, $20 million)
  5. Emmanuel Sanders, 49ers (signed with Saints for two years, $16 million)
  6. Rashard Higgins, Browns
  7. Phillip Dorsett, Patriots (signed with Seahawks for 1 yr)
  8. Randall Cobb, Cowboys (signed with Texans for Three years, $27 tens of millions)
  9. Danny Amendola, Lions (re-signed)
  10. Devin Funchess, Colts (signed with Packers)
  11. Nelson Agholor, Eagles (signed with Raiders for 1 yr)
  12. Tajae Sharpe, Titans (signed with Vikings for 1 yr, $1 million)
  13. Chester Rogers, Colts
  14. Geronimo Allison, Packers
  15. Demarcus Robinson, Chiefs
  16. Travis Benjamin, Chargers (signed with 49ers for 1 yr)
  17. Damiere Byrd, Cardinals (signed with Patriots)
  18. Cody Latimer, Giants (signed with Redskins)
  19. Corey Coleman, Giants (re-signed)

Tight ends

  1. Hunter Henry, Chargers (franchise-tagged)
  2. Austin Hooper, Falcons (signed with Browns for Four years, $44 million)
  3. Eric Ebron, Colts (signed with Steelers for two years, $12 million)
  4. Tyler Eifert, Bengals (signed with Jaguars for two years)
  5. Darren Fells, Texans (re-signed for two years, $7 million)
  6. Charles Clay, Cardinals
  7. Logan Thomas, Lions (signed with Redskins)
  8. Jimmy Graham, Packers (signed with Bears for two years, $16 million)
  9. Delanie Walker, Titans
  10. Nick O’Leary, Jaguars (signed with Raiders)
  11. Nick Vannett, Steelers (signed with Broncos fo 2 years)
  12. Vernon Davis, Redskins
  13. Jason Witten, Cowboys (signed with Raiders for 1 yr, $4.75 million)
  14. Ricky Seals-Jones, Browns
  15. Levine Toilolo, 49ers (signed by Giants)
  16. Marcedes Lewis, Packers (re-signed)
  17. Blake Bell, Chiefs (signed with Cowboys

Offensive tackles

  1. Anthony Castonzo, Colts (re-signed for two years, $33 million)
  2. Jack Conklin, Titans (signed with Browns for Three years, $42 million)
  3. Bryan Bulaga, Packers (signed with Chargers)
  4. Andrew Whitworth, Rams (re-signed for Three years)
  5. Jason Peters, Eagles
  6. D.J. Humphries, Cardinals (re-signed for Three years, $45 million)
  7. Darryl Williams, Panthers (signed with Bills for 1 yr)
  8. Demar Dotson, Buccaneers
  9. Chris Clark, Texans
  10. Mike Remmers, Giants (signed with Chiefs)
  11. Kelvin Beachum, Jets
  12. Greg Robinson, Browns
  13. Germain Ifedi, Seahawks (signed with Bears for 1 yr)
  14. Cordy Glenn, Bengals
  15. Rick Wagner, Lions (signed with Packers)
  16. George Fant, Seahawks (signed with Jets for Three years, $30 million)
  17. Dennis Kelly, Titans (re-signed for Three years, $24 milliion)
  18. Halapoulivaati Vaitai (signed with Lions for five years, $50 million)
  19. Cameron Fleming, Cowboys (signed with Giants for 1 yr)
  20. Ty Sambrailo, Falcons (signed with Titans)
  21. Cedric Ogbuehi, Jaguars (signed with Seahawks)
  22. Brandon Shell, Jets (signed with Seahawks for two years, $11 miilion)
  23. Rashod HIll, Vikings (re-signed)

Guards

  1. Joe Thuney, Patriots (franchise-tagged)
  2. Brandon Scherff, Redskins (franchise-tagged)
  3. Austin Blythe, Rams (re-signed for two years)
  4. Graham Glasgow, Lions (signed with Broncos for Four years, $44 million)
  5. Richie Incognito, Raiders
  6. Andrus Peat, Saints (reisgned for five years, $57.5 million)
  7. Quinton Spain, Bills (re-signed for Three years, $15 million)
  8. Ereck Flowers, Redskins (signed with Dolphins for Three years, $30 million)
  9. Mike Iupati, Seahawks
  10. Mike Person, 49ers
  11. Wes Schweitzer, Falcons (signed with Redskins for Three years, $13.5 million)
  12. Ben Garland, 49ers (re-signed for 1 yr, $2.25 million)
  13. Josh Kline, Vikings
  14. John Miller, Bengals (signed with Panthers for 1 yr, $Four million)
  15. Tom Compton, Jets (signed with 49ers for 1 yr, $Three million)
  16. Erik Kush, Browns (signed witih Raiders)

Centers

  1. Connor McGovern, Broncos (signed wth Jets for Three years, $27 million)
  2. Ted Karras, Patriots (signed with Dolphins for 1 yr, $Four million)
  3. Daniel Kilgore, Dolphins

Defensive tackles

  • Chris Jones, Chiefs (franchise-tagged)
  • Arik Armstead, 49ers (re-signed for five years, $85 million)
  • D.J. Reader, Texans (signed with Bengals for Four years, $52 million)
  • Leonard Williams, Giants (franchise-tagged)
  • Javon Hargrave, Steelers (signed with Eagles for Three years, $39 million)
  • Shelby Harris, Broncos
  • Jarran Reed, Seahawks (re-signed for two years, $23 million)
  • Michael Pierce, Ravens (signed with Vikings for Three years, $27 million)
  • Ndamukong Suh, Buccaneers
  • Gerald McCoy, Panthers (signed with Cowboys for Three years)
  • Jordan Phillips, Bllls (signed with Cardinals for Three years,$30 million)
  • David Onyemata, Saints (re-signed for Three years, $27 million)
  • Maliek Collins, Cowboys (signed with Raiders)
  • Derek Wolfe, Broncos
  • Michael Brockers, Rams (re-signed for Three years, $31.5 million)
  • Linval Joseph, Vikings (signed with Chargers for two years, $17 million)
  • Danny Shelton, Patriots (signed with Lions for.2 years, $Eight million)
  • Mike Daniels, Lions
  • Andrew Billings, Bengals (signed with Browns for 1 yr, $3.5 million)
  • Tim Jernigan, Eagles
  • Gerald McCoy, Panthers (signed with Cowboys for Three years)
  • Beau Allen, Buccaneers (signed with Patriots for two years, $Eight million)
  • A’Shawn Robinson, Lions (signed with Rams for two years, $17 million)
  • Dontari Poe, Panthers (signed with Cowboys)
  • Margus Hunt, Colts
  • Rodney Gunter, Cardinals (signed with Jaguars)
  • Mike Pennel, Chiefs (re-signed)

Edge rushers 

  • Jadeveon Clowney, Seahawks
  • Shaquill Barrett, Buccaneers (franchise-tagged)
  • Yannick Ngaukoe, Jaguars (franchise-tagged)
  • Matthew Judon, Ravens (franchise-tagged)
  • Bud Dupree, Steelers (franchise-tagged)
  • Jason Pierre-Paul, Buccaneers (re-signed for two years, $27 million)
  • Dante Fowler Jr., Rams (signed Three for $48 million)
  • Everson Griffen, Vikings 
  • Robert Quinn, Cowboys (signed with Bears for five years, $70 million)
  • Shaq Lawson, Bills (signed with Dolphins for Three years, $30 million)
  • Vic Beasley, Falcons (signed with Titans for 1 yr, $9.5 million)
  • Cameron Wake, Titans
  • Leonard Floyd, Bears (signed with Rams for 1 yr, $10 million)
  • Emmanuel Ogbah, Chiefs (signed with Dolphins for two years, $15 million)
  • Clay Matthews, Rams
  • Stephen Weatherly, Vikings (signed with Panthers for two years, $12.5 million)
  • Carl Nassib, Buccaneers (signed with Raiders)

Outside linebackers

  • Kyle Van Noy, Patriots (signed with Dolphins for Four years, $51 million)
  • Jamie Collins, Patriots (signed with Lions for Three years, $30 million)
  • De’Vondre Campbell, Falcons (signed with Cardinals for 1 yr, $8.5 million)
  • Thomas Davis, Chargers (signed with Redskins)
  • Elandon Roberts, Patriots (signed with Dolphins)
  • Jordan Jenkins, Jets (re-signed for 1 yr, $1.5 million)
  • Tahir Whitehead, Raiders (signed with Panthers for 1 yr, $2.5 million)

Inside linebackers

  • Cory Littleton, Rams (signed with Raiders for Three years, $36 million)
  • Joe Schobert, Browns (signed with Jaguars for five years, $53.75 million)
  • Blake Martinez, Packers (signed with Giants for Three years, $30 million)
  • Nick Kwiatkoski, Bears (signed with Raiders for Three years, $21 million)
  • Christian Kirksey, Browns (signed with Packers for two years, $16 million)
  • Danny Trevathan, Bears (re-signed for Three years, $21.75 million)
  • Patrick Onwuasor, Ravens (signed with Jets)
  • A.J. Klein, Saints (signed with Bills for Three years, $18 million)
  • Mark Barron, Steelers
  • Reggie Ragland, Chiefs (signed with Lions)
  • Tyler Matakevich, Steelers (signed with Bills for two years, $9 million)
  • Anthony Chickillo, Steelers
  • Josh Bynes, Ravens (signed with Bengals for 1 yr)
  • Kamu Grugier Hill, Eagles (signed with Dolphins for 1 yr)
  • B.J. Goodson, Packers (signed with Browns)
  • Jatavis Brown, Chargers (signed with Eagles)
  • Kevin Minter, Buccaneers (re-signed for 1 yr)

Cornerbacks

  • Byron Jones, Cowboys (signed with Dolphins for five years, $82.5 million)
  • Chris Harris Jr., Broncos (signed with Chargers for two years, $20 million)
  • Bradley Roby, Texans (re-signed for Three years, $36 million)
  • James Bradberry, Panthers (signed with Giants for Three years, $45 million)
  • Trae Waynes, Vikings (signed with Bengals for Three years, $42 million)
  • Logan Ryan, Titans
  • Jimmy Smith, Ravens (re-signed by Ravens)
  • Xavier Rhodes, Vikings (signed with Colts)
  • Kendall Fuller, Chiefs (signed with Redskins for Four years, $40 million)
  • Desmond Trufant, Falcons (signed with Lions for two years, $21 million)
  • Troy Hill, Rams
  • Ronald Darby, Eagles
  • Darqueze Dennard, Bengals
  • Brian Poole, Jets (re-signed for 1 yr, $5 million)
  • Eli Apple, Saints (signed with Raiders)
  • Mackensie Alexander, Vikings (signed with Bengals)
  • Johnathan Joseph, Texans
  • Anthony Brown, Cowboys (re-signed for Three years, $15.5 million)
  • Kevin Johnson, Bills (signed with Browns for 1 yr, $3.5 million)
  • Josh Norman, Redskins (signed with Bills for 1 yr, $6 million)
  • Pierre Desir, Colts (signed with Jets for 1 yr, $5.5 million)
  • T.J. Carrie, Browns
  • Trumaine Johnson, Jets
  • Nickell Robey-Coleman, Rams (signed with Eagles)
  • Bashaud Breeland, Chiefs
  • Brandon Carr, Ravens
  • Javien Elliott, Panthers
  • Darryl Roberts, Jets
  • Arthur Maulet, Jets (re-signed for 1 yr)
  • Jordan Lucas, Chiefs (signed with Bears)
  • Artie Burns, Steelers (signed with Bears for 1 yr)

Safeties

  • Anthony Harris, Vikings (franchise-tagged)
  • Justin Simmons, Broncos (franchise-tagged)
  • Devin McCourty, Patriots (re-signed for two years, $23 million)
  • Vonn Bell, Saints (signed with Bengals for Three years)
  • Jimmie Ward, 49ers (re-signed for Three years, $28.5 million)
  • Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Bears (signed with Cowboys for 1 yr, $Four million)
  • Rodney McLeod, Eagles (re-signed for two years, $12 million)
  • Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles (signed with Saints)
  • Adrian Phillips, Chargers (signed with Patriots for two years)
  • Tre Boston, Panthers (re-signed for Three years, $18 million)
  • Jeff Heath, Cowboys (signed with Raiders for two years, $Eight million)
  • Karl Joseph, Raiders (signed with Browns for 1 yr)
  • Tavon Wilson, Lions
  • Damarious Randall, Browns
  • Reshad Jones, Dolphins
  • Jayron Kearse, Vikings (signed with Lions for 1 yr, $2.75 million)
  • Will Parks, Broncos (signed with Eagles for 1 yr)
  • Morgan Burnett, Browns
  • Sean Davis, Steelers (signed with Redskins)
  • Nate Ebner, Patriots (signed with Giants)
  • Eric Reid, Panthers
  • Eric Murray, Browns (signed with Texans for Three years, $20.25 million)
  • Juston Burris, Browns (signed with Panthers for two years, $Eight million)
  • D.J. Swearinger, Saints (re-signed for 1 yr, $1.1 million)
  • Colin Jones, Panthers
  • Andrew Sendejo, Vikings (signed with Browns for 1 yr, $2.5 million)

Kickers

  • Greg Zuerlein, Rams (signed with Cowboys for Three years, $7.5 million)
  • Ka’imi Fairbairn, Texans (re-signed for Four years, $17.65 million)
  • Mason Crosby, Packers (re-signed for Three years, $12.9 million)
  • Dan Bailey, Vikings (re-signed for Three years, $10 million)
  • Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots
  • Ryan Succop, Titans
  • Nick Folk, Patriots
  • Adam Vinatieri, Colts

Punters

  • Matt Bosher, Falcons
  • Sam Martin, Lions (signed with Broncos for Three years, $7.1 million)

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