NFL free agency has begun.
The league’s legal tampering window is open, which means that starting at noon Monday, teams can begin negotiating with free agents. Apparently technological advances have made those trades quite convenient, as there is a flurry of activity every year just as the window opens.
It’s certainly technology, and not the fact that the entire NFL world was in Indianapolis just a week ago.
But we strayed. While the deals can’t be made official until the league year kicks off on Wednesday afternoon, which means things could technically change, over the course of the next few days we’ll be learning more about each NFL team and their rosters. for the next season.
We will follow the main movements throughout the week.
Day 2 of 2023 NFL free agency
Welcome to day two of the NFL’s legal tampering period, where nothing’s official, no one’s keeping score, and we’re all waiting for Aaron Rodgers.
- The Falcons are first on the board this Tuesday, adding quarterback Taylor Heinicke according to to Rapoport.
Day 1 of 2023 NFL Free Agency
- Quarterback Easton Stick and the Los Angeles Chargers accept the terms of a new agreement, by Ian Rapport.
- Running back Nyheim Hines is reworking his deal to keep the buffalo bills, by Mike Garofolo.
- he san francisco 49ers they’re re-signing safety Tashaun Gipson to a one-year deal, by Ari Meirov.
- he Detroit Lions are re-signing defensive lineman DL Isaiah Buggs to a two-year contract worth up to $6 million, by Tom Pelissero.
- Punter Sam Martin re-signed with the Bills on a new three-year deal worth up to $7.5 million, by Garofolo.
- Linebacker Tyler Matakevich has agreed to a new two-year contract to stay in Buffalo, by report. The agreement is a two-year agreement that expires at one, by report.
- he Cincinnati Bengals re-signed safety Michael Thomas to a one-year extension, by Adam Schefter. This could have implications for the security status of Jesse Bates III in Cincinnati.
- he New England Patriots and the atlanta falcons agreed to a trade involving tight end Jonnu Smith, by report.
- he Seattle Seahawks plans to release defensive lineman Shelby Harris, by Garafolo.
- The Falcons and offensive lineman Chris Lindstrom have agreed to a five-year contract extension worth up to $105 million. by Garafolo.
- The Patriots are expected to re-sign cornerback Jonathan Jones to a two-year deal. by report.
- he chicago bears they are expected to sign linebacker TJ Edwards to a three-year deal, by report. The deal is worth up to $19.5 million, with $12 million guaranteed, by report.
- he Baltimore Ravens have released veteran defensive end Calias Campbell, by Pelissero.
- The Falcons have reached an agreement with defensive tackle David Onyemata, by Garafolo. The deal could be worth close to $12 million per year, from Garafolo. The deal is officially worth $35 million over three years, with $24.5 million fully guaranteed. by butler.
- he Denver Broncos they are expected to sign offensive guard Ben Powers, by Mike Klis. The deal is for four years and is worth up to $52 million with $28.5 million guaranteed. by report.
- he packers are re-signing cornerback and kick returner Keisan Nixon to a one-year deal worth up to $6 million, by report.
- he houston texans have reached an agreement with FB/TE Andrew Beck, by Peter Schrager. It is a two-year deal worth up to $6.75 million, with $4 million guaranteed, by report.
- Jarrett Stidham is signing a two-year deal with the Broncos, worth up to $10 million, by report. The deal includes $5 million guaranteed.
- The Washington Commanders are re-signing cornerback Danny Johnson to a two-year deal worth up to $7 million with $2.75 million guaranteed. by Pelissero.
- The Patriots are re-signing LB Raekwon McMillan to a one-year deal worth up to $2.2 million, by Pelissero.
- The 49ers are signing manager Javon Hargrave to a four-year deal worth $80 million that includes $40 million guaranteed, by butler.
- The Broncos are signing RT Mike McGlinchey to a five-year deal worth up to $87.5 million with more than $50 million guaranteed. by report.
- The Lions are signing CB Cam Sutton to a three-year deal worth $33 million with $22.5 million guaranteed. by report.
- The Carolina Panthers have agreed to a three-year, $19.5 million deal with manager Shy Tuttle with $13 million guaranteed at signing. by butler.
- The Las Vegas Raiders are signing QB Jimmy Garoppolo, by Schefter, Russini other garafolo. It is a three-year deal worth up to $67.5 million, with $34 million guaranteed, by butler. Hey, this means we have at least one correct free agency prediction!
- The Washington Commanders plan to sign RT Andrew Wylie to a three-year, $24 million deal, for Ari Meirov.
- The Bills have reached an agreement with guard Connor McGovern to a three-year contract worth up to $23 million, by Garafolo.
- The Miami Dolphins have reached an agreement with quarterback Mike White to a two-year contract worth up to $16 million, by butler.
- The Texans agreed to a two-year deal with quarterback Case Keenum, by John McClain.
- The Texans are expected to sign EDGE Chase Winovich, by report.
- The Chiefs have reached an agreement with RT Jawaan Taylor, by butler. The deal is for four years and is worth $80 million, with $60 million guaranteed.
- The Cincinnati Bengals are re-signing LB Germaine Pratt to a three-year contract worth up to $21 million, by Pelissero.
- The Minnesota Vikings are signing tight end Josh Oliver to a three-year deal worth $21 million, with $10.75 million guaranteed and incentives that can push the deal up to $24 million. by Garafolo.
- The Panthers are signing safety Vonn Bell, by report.
- The Browns are re-signing center Ethan Pocic, for Josina Anderson and Garafolo. The agreement is for three years and has a value of 18 million dollars.
- The Texans are signing defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway to a one-year, $4 million contract that includes a $3 million guaranteed, by butler.
- Chicago is signing guard Nate Davis to a three-year contract, by report.
- The Bears are also signing LB Tremaine Edmunds, by report. The deal is for four years and is worth $72 million, by report.
- Atlanta is adding safety Jesse Bates III, by report. The agreement is for four years and has a value of 64.02 million dollars. by Pelissero. This makes the second prediction we got right in our free agency predictions article. Just ignore the rest, those never happened.
- Having lost Cam Sutton to the Lions, the Steelers are adding at cornerback, agreeing to a two-year deal with Patrick Peterson. by butler.
- The 49ers added quarterback Sam Darnold on a one-year deal, according to Schefter. This gives San Francisco some solid coverage as both Trey Lance and Brock Purdy are coming off injuries, and it also gives our James Dator a reason to update this. to get mad simulation here recently.
- The Raiders are signing safety Marcus Epps to a two-year, $12 million deal with almost $8 million guaranteed. by Pelissero.
- The Titans are signing offensive tackle Andre Dillard, by report.
- The Dolphins are signing linebacker David Long Jr. on a two-year contract worth $11 million, by butler.
- The New York Giants have reached an agreement with linebacker Bobby Okereke, according to to Rapoport. per reportit’s a four-year contract worth $40 million, with $22 million guaranteed.
- The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a three-year, $51 million deal with defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones. by James Palmer.
- The Falcons have agreed to a three-year, $21.5 million deal with LB Kaden Elliss with $11 million guaranteed. by report.
- According to Garafolothe Bears agreed to a two-year deal with former Tennessee Titans DE DeMarcus Walker.
- The Cleveland Browns have reached an agreement with DT Dalvin Tomlinson, by report. The deal is for four years and $57 million, with $27.5 million guaranteed.
- In a move that went under the radar earlier in the day, but is pretty impressive, the Browns also added DE Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, by report. The deal is for a three-year contract worth up to $22 million with incentives and $12.5 million guaranteed.
- WE HAVE KICKER STORY! Just before midnight on the first day of the legal handling period, Peter Schrager reported that the Colts had reached an agreement with former Los Angeles Rams kicker Matt Gay in a deal “expected to be the largest for a kicker in NFL free agency history.” According to Pelisserothe deal is for four years and $22.5 million, and is actually the largest for a kicker in free agency.