NFL Free Agent Tracker

NFL Free Agency is upon us and you can follow along a busy time with the live NFL free agent update tracker. Follow along to see who is on the move this offseason. You can also follow our NFL Trade Tracker to see trade details and live analysis.

2022 NFL Top Free Agency Signings

PlayerPositionSigning TeamContract LengthContract Worth
Harold LandryEDGETEN5$87.5M
Terron ArmsteadOTMIA5$87.5M
Christian KirkWRJAX4$84M
J.C. JacksonCBLAC5$82.5M
Marcus WilliamsSBAL5$70M
Randy GregoryEDGEDEN5$70M
Emmanuel OgbahEDGEMIA4$65M
Mike WilliamsWRLAC3$60M
Chris GodwinWRTB3$60M
Michael GallupWRDAL5$57.5M
Preston SmithLBGB4$52.5M
Jake MatthewsOTATL3$52.5M
Chandler JonesEDGELV3$51M
De'Vondre CampbellLBGB5$50M
Bobby WagnerLBSEA5$50M
Brandon ScherffOGJAX3$49.5M
Allen RobinsonWRLAR3$46.5M
Haason ReddickEDGEPHI3$45M
Foyesade OluokonLBJAX3$45M
Carlton DavisCBTB3$45M
Charvarius WardCBSF3$42M
Za'Darius SmithEDGEMIN3$42M
Quandre DiggsSSEA3$40M
Laken TomlinsonOGNYJ3$40M
Joseph NoteboomOTLAR3$40M
DeMarcus LawrenceEDGEDAL3$40M
Austin CorbettOGLAR3$40M
Alex CappaOGCIN4$40M
Larry OgunjobiDTCHI3$40.5M
Ryan JensenCTB3$39M
Donte JacksonCBCAR3$35.1M
D.J. ReedCBNYJ3$33M
Zach ErtzTEARI3$31.65M
B.J. HillDTCIN3$30M
La'el CollinsOTCIN3$30M
Frank ClarkEDGEKC2$29M
Chukwuma OkoraforOTPIT3$29.25M
Marcus MayeSNO3$28M
Jameis WinstonQBNO2$28M
Rasul DouglasCBGB3$21M

Impact Free Agent Signings

Los Angeles Rams – LB Bobby Wagner

Contract Details: 5 years, $50 million

The rich get richer as the Rams add a former six-time First-Team All-Pro linebacker to the middle of their defense. Wagner isn’t quite in the prime of his career anymore as he will be 32 years old at the start of this season, but he’s still very capable of patrolling the middle of the field and making plays. Wagner had a career-high 170 tackles last season. The Rams had a need at linebacker next to Ernest Jones, one of the heroes of the Super Bowl, and it’s hard to imagine them being able to add a better talent and leader than Wagner. This will be the best defense Wagner has played in since the Legion of Boom era Seahawks with Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey, and Leonard Floyd making plays. The Rams only had $8.8 million in cap space remaining, so the contract details will be important here, and it wouldn’t be surprising if they have to make a couple of releases or restructure some contracts head of the season. For now, Rams fans can be happy knowing their team continues to retool in search of a repeat championship.

Miami Dolphins – OT Terron Armstead

Contract Details: 5 years, $87.5 million, $43.4 million guaranteed

This deal had been coming. The Dolphins entered the offseason with amongst the most salary-cap space in the NFL and the need to completely overhaul their offensive line. The addition of Connor Williams helps shore up one guard spot, but there was still a massive need at left tackle. Now, that need has been filled with one of the best offensive linemen in the NFL. Armstead has struggled to stay on the field in recent seasons and he played in just eight games last year, but he’s one of the top offensive tackles in the NFL when healthy and was a Pro Bowl player each year from 2018 to 2020. A five-year contract isn’t outlandish for Armstead given he’s 30 years old and Andrew Whitworth just contributed to a Super Bowl championship at age 40. The Dolphins arguably also got a discount here as Armstead will make $17.5 million per year, the sixth-most at the offensive tackle position. I expected this to be a market-resetting contract. If Armstead can stay healthy, he can be a massive part of the Dolphins’ efforts to help Tua Tagovailoa turn around his career.

Minnesota Vikings – LB Za’Darius Smith

Contract Details: 3 years, $42 million

With Everson Griffen no longer in the Vikings’ future plans, the Vikings had edge listed as one of their biggest needs in this offseason. Signing Za’Darius Smith allows them to take more of a best player available approach at #12 in the draft and not pigeonhole themselves into the position. Smith only played in one game last season, but he racked up 26 sacks in his first two years with the Packers in 2019 and 2020, making the Pro Bowl each season and the second-team All-Pro roster in 2020. For Smith, this contract is significantly better than the deal he verbally agreed to with the Ravens which would have paid him $8.75 million per year. Reportedly he saw Von Miller and Chandler Jones get massive contracts and reassessed the market – it paid off for him. The added benefit for the Vikings of swiping Smith from the Packers has to be sweet as he priced himself out of Green Bay.

New Orleans Saints – QB Jameis Winston

Contract Details: 2 years, $28 million

After the Deshaun Watson trade, the Saints had to quickly pivot at the quarterback position, and Jameis Winston always made the most sense for them. Winston was off to a 5-2 start as the starter last season before suffering his season-ending ACL tear, and he should be able to command a Saints team with an elite defense and solid offense back to the postseason. The potential return of Michael Thomas looms large as the Saints were often lacking in the playmaking department on offense, and they could also look to add another receiver in the first round to help Winston out.

Cincinnati Bengals – OT La’el Collins

Contract Details: 3 years, $30 million

After the Cowboys released La’el Collins, he immediately became one of the highest-profile offensive tackles on the market. The Bengals swooped in to sign the excellent offensive tackle, and they have successfully remade their offensive line this offseason. Signing Collins, Ted Karras, and Alex Cappa to a combined $26 million per year was always going to be a better strategy than pouring top-market value into one player on the offensive line. If last year’s second-round pick Jackson Carman can take a step forward this season, the Bengals can go from having arguably the worst offensive line to having a well above average unit. The best part of the Collins move is now the team can truly take the best player available in the first round of the draft, which is always the preferred strategy.

Las Vegas Raiders – WR Davante Adams

Contract Details: 5 years, $142.25 million

Davante Adams wanted to be paid like the best wideout in the NFL, which he arguably is, and that was never going to happen with the cap-strapped Packers. Adams now joins his former college teammate in Derek Carr in an increasingly loaded. Can four teams from one division make the playoffs for the first time ever? Did Aaron Rodgers know this trade was going to happen? What did the Packers get back in the deal to make this worth it for them as they try to build a Super Bowl team around Rodgers? Those questions will be answered in time, but Adams will be the best wideout Carr has ever played with and the Raiders are joining the Broncos, Chargers, and Chiefs in going all-in to win the best division we’ve ever seen.

Los Angeles Rams – WR Allen Robinson

Contract Details: 3 years, $45 million, $30 million guaranteed

I was very curious to see where the market for Robinson would land, and he didn’t quite cash in like some other free agents at his position after finishing the 2021 season with just 38 catches for 410 yards and a touchdown. However, he had over 1,100 yards in 2019 and 2020, and at 28 years old, he should be able to bounce back to being one of the better wideouts in the league. Odell Beckham Jr. is still a free agent, and the Rams reportedly would like to bring him back as well. It’s fun (or not so fun for other NFC West teams) to imagine how dynamic a Matthew Stafford-led passing attack with Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, Robinson, and OBJ would be.

Buffalo Bills – EDGE Von Miller

Contract Details: 6 years, $120 million

Now a two-time Super Bowl champion, Von Miller clearly had an outstanding free agency market and the Bills spent top dollar on a contract that isn’t far off from the six-year, $114.5 million contract Miller signed with the Broncos in 2016. Buffalo already had the #1 defense in the NFL last season in DVOA, but their biggest weakness was in pass-rush. Now, Miller will be playing along with some elite secondary pieces in Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, and Tre’Davious White in a secondary reminiscent of the No Fly Zone defense he played with in Denver. A former Super Bowl MVP, Miller will look to be a part of the first Super Bowl championship in Buffalo. The Rams lose a big part of their Super Bowl run last season, but the midseason trade will still go down as a win for them as they won a title after trading away some draft picks for Miller.

Las Vegas Raiders – DE Chandler Jones

Contract Details: 3 years, $51 million

After releasing DE Carl Nassib and LB Cory Littleton, it felt like the Raiders were preparing to make a splash signing in free agency, and Chandler Jones is the man they targeted. Jones is a former four-time Pro Bowler and two-time First-Team All-Pro edge defender, and his 10.5 sacks last season in his age 31 campaign showed he still has plenty left in the tank. With Maxx Crosby locked up on a long-term extension and Jones’s 107.5 career sacks arriving in Las Vegas, the Raiders will have one of the best edge-rushing tandems in football next season.

New Orleans Saints – S Marcus Maye

Contract Details: 3 years, $28.5 million, $15 million guaranteed

After losing Marcus Williams, the Saints had a massive need at safety, and the Jets’ signing of Jordan Whitehead showed the writing was on the wall for Maye in New York. Marcus Maye is coming off a torn Achilles, and he’s not quite as good as Williams, but this is a much more manageable contract for the Saints who are struggling with their salary cap maneuvering. Maye will be a productive member of their elite defense and the best team he’s ever played on.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – WR Russell Gage

The Buccaneers needed another wideout with Antonio Brown no longer with the team, and Russell Gage is one of the best low-cost, high-productivity options on the market. He averaged 83.3 yards per game over the final six games of the 2021 season, and he fits in perfectly alongside Mike Evans and Chris Godwin with his reliable route-running, excellent hands, and inside-out versatility. I don’t see much of a difference between Gage and Christian Kirk as free agent talents, and Gage will cost the Buccaneers much less than Kirk is costing the Jaguars. This is an excellent move for Tampa Bay.

Baltimore Ravens – S Marcus Williams

Contract Details: 5 years, $70 million, $37 million guaranteed

With a handful of big-name free agents on the team and not much cap space to work with, the assumption was always that the Saints would be losing a few key pieces. Marcus Williams has been one of the best safeties in the NFL over the past several seasons, and this contract pays him as such. The Ravens had a need at free safety, and now they have one of the best in the NFL at his position alongside high-level cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Marlon Humphrey. After a down season defensively, the Ravens are back on track.

Denver Broncos – DE Randy Gregory

Contract Details: 5 years, $70 million

The original reports had suggested that Gregory had re-signed with the Cowboys, but he’ll be joining the Denver Broncos instead in a surprising turn of events. Dallas has now lost a handful of key contributors from last season’s playoff team, and Gregory’s absence will require Micah Parsons to take on more of a pass-rushing role until they can add another starter opposite DeMarcus Lawrence. For the Broncos, this move likely means Von Miller won’t be returning this season, and it also fortifies the defensive front as Gregory provides an excellent pass-rushing presence opposite Bradley Chubb.

San Francisco 49ers – CB Charvarius Ward

Contract Details: 3 years, $42 million, $26.7 million guaranteed

The 49ers never found consistency at the cornerback position last season outside of Emmanuel Moseley and starting third-round rookie Ambry Thomas in the playoffs was never an ideal outcome. Ward has been a consistent contributor for the Chiefs over the past few seasons, and at a premium position in cornerback, that’s well worth $10+ million per year. The Chiefs will presumably start Rashad Fenton and L’Jarius Sneed at cornerback next season, and they will likely look to add depth to the position in free agency.

Kansas City Chiefs – S Justin Reid

Contract Details: 3 years, $31.5 million, $20 million guaranteed

Justin Reid, a former third-round pick in 2018, is expected to replace Tyrann Mathieu as a starting safety for the Chiefs. Mathieu, also a free agent, was the heart-and-soul of the Kansas City defense but he likely priced himself out of their cap range. Reid isn’t going to produce at the same level as Mathieu, but he is just 24 years old and has plenty of room to continue to improve over the coming seasons.

Denver Broncos – DT D.J. Jones

Contract Details: 3 years, $30 million, $20 million guaranteed

After losing Shelby Harris in the Russell Wilson trade, the Broncos needed to bolster their defensive line. D.J. Jones is one of the best run-stoppers in the NFL and he racked up a career-high 56 tackles last season. Jones is a powerful three-technique who will be a massive presence in the middle of new defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero’s defense.

New York Jets – TE C.J. Uzomah

Contract Details: 3 years, $24 million

The Jets haven’t had a productive pass-catching tight end in over a decade, and C.J. Uzomah will help Zach Wilson a ton this season with the short-area and intermediate passing game. Uzomah had 49 catches for 493 yards and five touchdowns last season, career-best numbers for him, and he could surpass that this season as a leading pass-catcher for Wilson. This is the same contract that Will Dissly got from the Seahawks, and I’d rather have Uzomah, so I see this as a great value for the Jets.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Carlton Davis

Contract Details: 3 years, $45 million, $30 million guaranteed

The Buccaneers resign another key piece of their Super Bowl nucleus, and they’ll be hoping for a healthier season from him after he played in just ten games last season. Davis possibly could have gotten more money on the open market – particularly with J.C. Jackson’s massive deal – but he took a small discount to stay in Tampa and compete for a Super Bowl this season. With Davis and Jensen locked up, the Bucs have taken care of arguably their two biggest incumbent free agents.

Los Angeles Chargers – CB J.C. Jackson

Contract Details: 5 years, $82.5 million, $40 million guaranteed

Jackson was arguably the best free agent in the market this offseason, and he’s one of the best players in the league at a premium position. The Chargers ranked just 26th in the NFL in defensive DVOA last season, and the arrivals of Khalil Mack and J.C. Jackson over the past week will help transform this defense in a massive way. Jackson is a former high school teammate of Chargers’ safety Derwin James, and the duo will be part of one of the best secondaries in the NFL alongside Asante Samuel Jr. who is entering his second season. The Chargers are going all-in during Justin Herbert’s rookie contract, and even in a loaded AFC West, they have to be considered one of the top Super Bowl contenders.

Green Bay Packers – LB De’Vondre Campbell

Contract Details: 5 years, $50 million

The Packers released Za’Darius Smith and Billy Turner this morning to clear some cap space, and it’s now clear that the end goal was resigning De’Vondre Campbell who was an All-Pro linebacker in his first season in Green Bay. Frankly, this contract seems like a significant discount, especially since Foye Olokuon signed a contract worth $15 million per year earlier today. Darius Leonard and Fred Warner, the two highest-paid linebackers, make almost twice as much per year as Campbell will on this deal. The Packers’ front office reeled in a big fish for a significant discount here, and one of their most important defensive players stays in Green Bay for a hopeful Super Bowl push.

Cincinnati Bengals – DT B.J. Hill

Contract Details: 3 years, $30 million, $15 million guaranteed

After Larry Ogunjobi signed with the Bears, the assumption was the Bengals would bring Hill back to bolster the front seven. Hill only started two games in the regular season last year, but he was highly productive filling in for the injured Ogunjobi in the postseason with three QB hits, 1.5 sacks, and a massive interception against the Chiefs in the AFC Championship.

Philadelphia Eagles – EDGE Haason Reddick

Contract Details: 3 years, $45 million, $30 million guaranteed

The Eagles desperately needed to bolster their edge-rushing talent after generating just 29 sacks last season, the second-fewest in the NFL. Reddick had 11 sacks last season and 12.5 sacks the season before, and he’ll immediately become the team’s best pass-rusher. This move doesn’t preclude Philly from selecting a pass-rusher with one of their three first-round picks, but they aren’t cornered into that position with this big signing.

Buffalo Bills – OG Rodger Saffold

After releasing Daryl Williams and Jon Feliciano, the Bills had an obvious need at offensive guard, and Rodger Saffold became one of the bigger names on the market after being released by the Titans last week. He’s an upgrade over what Buffalo had at the position last season.

Jacksonville Jaguars – WR Christian Kirk

Contract Details: 4 years, $68 million

A few minutes ago, I sent a Tweet commending the Jaguars for their moves so far but wondering why they hadn’t addressed the obvious need at wide receiver. Well, now they have. Christian Kirk is coming off a career-high 77 catches for 982 yards, and he’ll be an immediate contributor for Jacksonville who was in desperate need of upgraded pass-catching for Trevor Lawrence. However, $21 million per year for a wide receiver who has never topped 1,000 yards is too rich for me, particularly in a loaded wide receiver draft where the Jaguars could have used one of their two early second-round picks to grab an immediate contributor.

New York Jets – OG Laken Tomlinson

Contract Details: 3 years, $40 million, $27 million guaranteed

The Jets’ offensive line is starting to take shape with Mekhi Becton and Alijah Vera-Tucker added in recent drafts and Laken Tomlinson now a starter at guard. Starting center Connor McGovern is still under contract through next season, as well. Laken Tomlinson is one of the better guards in football. What will they do at right tackle to finish the starting offensive line?

Cincinnati Bengals – OG Ted Karras

Contract Details: 3 years, $18 million

This isn’t the headline-stealing signing today, but Karras is a very underrated offensive guard who, along with Alex Cappa, provides an immediate baseline of solid pass-protection for the Bengals. Their approach to free agency so far has been exactly what was needed to help keep Joe Burrow upright next season.

Jacksonville Jaguars – DT Folorunso Fatukasi

Contract Details: 3 years, $40 million, $27 million guaranteed

The Jaguars are spending money! Folorusno Fatukasi is coming off a breakout season for the Jets, his first as a full-time starter. The arrivals of Oluokon and Fatukasi will immediately shore up the run defense, and if the team drafts Aidan Hutchinson #1 overall, they will have quietly put together a very solid front seven alongside incumbent Josh Allen.

Jacksonville Jaguars – LB Foyesade Oluokon

Contract Details: 3 years, $45 million, $28 million guaranteed

Only Darius Leonard, Fred Warner, and C.J. Mosley make more than $15 million per season, so Oluokon is being paid like one of the best linebackers in the NFL. He led the league with 190 tackles last season and will provide a massive boost to a poor Jacksonville run defense. The big question for me is, with so much salary-cap space available, is linebacker the best position to splurge on?

Jacksonville Jaguars – OG Brandon Scherff

Contract Details: 3 years, $49.5 million, $30 million guaranteed

The Jaguars needed to make some moves to help Trevor Lawrence, and the arrival of Brandon Scherff helps fortify the offensive line in a big way. Scherff has been one of the best offensive guards when healthy over the past several seasons, and the former five-time Pro Bowler will make a big impact on Jacksonville’s offense. Scherff becomes the highest-paid guard in the NFL with this contract, and he also has a $1 million Pro Bowl incentive in each year of his contract.

Chicago Bears – DT Larry Ogunjobi

Contract Details: 3 years, $40.5 million, $26.35 million guaranteed

One of the more underrated parts of the Bengals’ defensive turnaround last season, Larry Ogunjobi had seven sacks last season, tied for the third-most of any offensive lineman. After releasing Eddie Goldman, the Bears had a need at defensive tackle, and Ogunjobi provides an immediate upgrade.

Seattle Seahawks – S Quandre Diggs

Contract Details: 3 years, $40 million

One of the leaders in the Seattle locker room, the Seahawks made sure to reward their starting safety this offseason. Diggs is a former sixth-round cornerback who has made the transition to safety quite easily. If the Seahawks are able to land a quality starting quarterback this offseason to replace Russell Wilson, keeping Diggs around will be important for their ability to compete in the immediate future.

Pittsburgh Steelers – QB Mitchell Trubisky

Mitchell Trubisky gets another chance as was highly speculated in the past few weeks, and I love the landing spot for him. The Steelers made the playoffs last season with a noodle-arm Ben Roethlisberger who was clearly over the hill, and it’s not difficult to see Trubisky rejuvenating his career with a talented roster and elite coach in Mike Tomlin. This move doesn’t take the Steelers out of the running for drafting a quarterback necessarily, but the assumption is that Trubisky will be their starter this season.

Arizona Cardinals – RB James Conner

Contract Details: 3 years, $21 million, $13.5 million guaranteed

In his first season in Arizona, James Conner brought new life to the Cardinals’ offense with 1,127 yards from scrimmage and a whopping 18 touchdowns. Chase Edmonds signed with the Dolphins, so the Cardinals’ backfield will presumably consist of Conner and Eno Benjamin. Conner has a history of injuries, so it wouldn’t be shocking to see the Cardinals add another back in the draft.

Miami Dolphins – RB Chase Edmonds

Contract Details: 2 years, $12.6 million, $6.1 million guaranteed

I love this landing spot for Chase Edmonds who is on his way out of Arizona with James Conner taking over as their lead back. Edmonds is a high-level pass-catching running back who should help Tua Tagovailoa a ton as an outlet out of the backfield. He could have a big year in the Mike McDaniel offense.

Cincinnati Bengals – OG Alex Cappa

Contract Details: 4 years, $40 million

We knew the Bengals would be making a splash along the offensive line, and Cappa will be a big loss for the Buccaneers as one of the key starters in their Super Bowl-winning offensive line. Cappa provides an excellent baseline as one of the better guards in football. The Bengals aren’t done upfront.

Los Angeles Rams – OT Joseph Noteboom

Contract Details: 3 years, $40 million, $25 million guaranteed

With Andrew Whitworth expected to retire this offseason, the Rams had to make sure they kept a solid offensive line intact for Matthew Stafford. Noteboom started just two games last season, but he started against the Buccaneers in the divisional round and has provided excellent depth since being drafted by the Rams in the third round in 2018. Now, he presumably becomes their starter at left tackle next season.

Miami Dolphins – DE Emmanuel Ogbah

Contract Details: 4 years, $65 million, $32 million guaranteed

Ogbah was one of the Dolphins’ most pressing in-house free agents after producing nine sacks in each of the last two seasons. With $16.5 million per year on average in this deal, Ogbah becomes one of the higher-paid defensive ends in the league. He will be asked to keep producing pressure off the edge across from 2021 first-round pick Jaelan Phillips.

Franchise Tagged Players in 2022

  • Cincinnati Bengals, S, Jessie Bates III$12.9 million
  • Green Bay Packers, WR, Davante Adams$20.1 million
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers, WR, Chris Godwin – $19.2 million
  • Kansas City Chiefs, OT, Orlando Brown$16.7 million
  • Cleveland Browns, TE, David Njoku$10.9 million
  • Miami Dolphins, TE, Mike Gesicki – $10.9 million
  • Dallas Cowboys, TE, Dalton Schultz – $10.9 million
  • Jacksonville Jaguars, OT, Cam Robinson – $16.7 million

Full NFL Free Agency Tracker

Arizona Cardinals

  • QB Colt McCoy – 2 years, $7.5 million
  • RB James Conner (extension) – 3 years, $21 million
  • TE Zach Ertz – 3 years, $31.65 million, $17.5 million guaranteed
  • TE Maxx Williams – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • DE Michael Dogbe – 1 year, $1 million
  • LB Dennis Gardeck – 3 years, $10 million
  • CB Jeff Gladney – 2 years, $6.5 million
  • LB Ezekiel Turner – 1 year, $1.5 million
  • LB Nick Vigil – 1 year, $1.77 million
  • P Andy Lee – 1 year, $1.5 million
  • LS Aaron Brewer – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • OG Will Hernandez – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • TE Stephen Anderson

Atlanta Falcons

  • QB Marcus Mariota – 2 years, $18.75 million
  • OT Jake Matthews (extension) – 3 years, $52.5 million
  • K Younghoe Koo (extension) – 5 years, $24.25 million, $11.5 million guaranteed
  • RB Cordarelle Patterson – 2 years, $10.5 million
  • CB Casey Hayward – 2 years, $11 million
  • DE Lorenzo Carter – 1 year, $3.5 million
  • CB Isaiah Oliver – 1 year, $2.3 million
  • RB Damien Williams – 1 year, $1.62 million
  • OG Colby Gossett – 1 year, $965,000
  • OT Elijah Wilkinson – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • DT Anthony Rush – 1 year, $1.3 million
  • WR KhaDarel Hodge – 1 year, $1.07 million
  • WR Damiere Byrd
  • WR Auden Tate – 1 year, $1.12 million
  • FS Erik Harris – 1 year, $1.272 million
  • LB Rashaan Evans – 1 year
  • S Dean Marlowe – 1 year, $1.12 million
  • RB Qadree Ollison – 1 year, $1 million

Baltimore Ravens

  • OT Morgan Moses – 3 years, $15 million, $5.5 million guaranteed
  • S Marcus Williams – 5 years, $70 million, $37 million guaranteed
  • DT Michael Pierce – 3 years, $16.5 million
  • FB Patrick Ricard – 3 years, $11.25 million
  • S Tony Jefferson – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • RB Ty’Son Williams
  • LB Kristian Welch
  • S Geno Stone
  • LS Nick Moore
  • C Trystan Colon-Castillo

Buffalo Bills

  • EDGE Von Miller – 6 years, $120 million
  • WR Jake Kumerow – 1 year
  • WR Isaiah McKenzie (extension) – 2 years, $4.4 million
  • WR Jamison Crowder – 1 year, $4 million
  • OG Rodger Saffold – 1 year, $6.25 million
  • WR Jake Kumerow – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • C Mitch Morse (extension) – 2 years, $19.5 million, $12 million guaranteed
  • OG Ike Boettger – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • DT Tim Settle – 2 years, $9 million
  • CB Siran Neal – 3 years, $10.9 million
  • TE O.J. Howard – 1 year, $3.5 million
  • DT DaQuan Jones – 2 years, $14 million
  • DE Shaq Lawson – 2 years
  • RB Duke Johnson – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • RB Taiwan Jones – 1 year, $1.75 million
  • QB Matt Barkley – 1 year, $1.145 million
  • LB Marquel Lee – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • DE Jordan Phillips – 1 year, $5 million
  • OG Ryan Bates – 4 years, $17 million
  • C Greg Mancz – 1 year, $1.27 million

Carolina Panthers

  • WR D.J. Moore (extension) – 3 years, $61.8 million, $41.6 million guaranteed
  • CB Donte Jackson – 3 years, $35.1 million
  • RB D’Onta Foreman – 1 year, $2 million
  • OG Austin Corbett – 3 years, $29.25 million
  • DE Marquis Haynes – 2 years, $5.5 million
  • S Sean Chandler – 1 year
  • LB Damien Wilson – 2 years
  • S Xavier Woods – 3 years, $15.75 million
  • K Zane Gonzalez – 2 years, $4.5 million
  • WR Rashard Higgins – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • LB Cory Littleton – 1 year, $2.6 million
  • C Bradley Bozeman – 1 year, $2.6 million
  • P Johnny Hekker – 3 years, $7.6 million
  • S Juston Burris – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • CB Chris Westry – 1 year
  • DE Matthew Ioannidis – 1 year, $5.9 million
  • CB Rashaan Melvin – 1 year, $1.2 million

Chicago Bears

  • OG Lucas Patrick – 2 years, $8 million, $4 million guaranteed
  • C Ryan Bates
  • LB Nicholas Morrow – 1 year
  • DT Justin Jones – 2 years, $12 million
  • S DeAndre Houston-Carson – 1 year, $1.77 million
  • DE Al-Quadin Muhammad – 2 years, $8 million
  • WR Byron Pringle – 1 year, $4.125 million
  • WR Equanimeous St. Brown – 1 year, $965,000
  • RB Khari Blasingame – 1 year, $965,000
  • CB Dane Cruikshank – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • QB Trevor Siemian – 2 years, $4 million
  • OT Dakota Dozier – 1 year, $1.12 million

Cincinnati Bengals

  • OG Alex Cappa – 4 years, $35 million
  • OG Ted Karras – 3 years, $18 million
  • OT La’el Collins – 3 years, $30 million
  • DT B.J. Hill – 3 years, $30 million
  • QB Brandon Allen – 1 year, $1.5 million
  • TE Hayden Hurst – 1 year, $3.5 million
  • CB Eli Apple – 1 year, $4 million
  • DL Josh Tupou – 2 years, $3 million
  • WR Trenton Irwin
  • WR Stanley Morgan – 2 years, $2.295 million

Cleveland Browns

  • QB Deshaun Watson – 5 years, $230 million
  • DT Taven Bryan – 1 year, $5 million
  • LB Anthony Walker – 1 year, $4.25 million
  • WR/KR Jakeem Grant – 3 years, $10 million
  • QB Jacoby Brissett – 1 year, $4.65 million, $4.5 million guaranteed
  • OG Ethan Pocic – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • OT Chris Hubbard – 1 year, $2.62 million
  • K Chase McLaughlin
  • P Corey Bojorquez – 1 year

Dallas Cowboys

  • WR Michael Gallup – 5 years, $57.5 million, $23 million guaranteed
  • DE DeMarcus Lawrence – 3 years, $40 million, $30 million guaranteed
  • S Malik Hooker – 2 years, $7 million
  • DE Dorance Armstrong – 2 years, $13 million
  • DE Dante Fowler Jr. – 1 year, $3 million
  • WR James Washington – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • WR Noah Brown – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • LB Luke Gifford – 1 year, $1.11 million
  • LB Leighton Vander-Esch – 1 year, $2 million
  • P Bryan Anger – 3 years, $9 million
  • LB Jayron Kearse – 2 years, $10 million
  • DE Carlos Watkins – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • TE Jeremy Sprinkle – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • LS Jake McQuaide – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • TE Dalton Schultz (franchise tag) – 1 year, $10.931 million

Denver Broncos

  • DE Randy Gregory – 5 years, $70 million, $28 million guaranteed
  • DT D.J. Jones – 3 years, $30 million, $20 million guaranteed
  • LB Josey Jewell – 2 years, $11 million, $6 million guaranteed
  • OLB Malik Reed – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • OT Billy Turner – 1 year, $2.5 million
  • CB K’Waun Williams – 2 years, $5.2 million
  • QB Josh Johnson – 1 year, $1.22 million
  • OT Calvin Anderson – 1 year, $1.76 million
  • OG Tom Compton – 1 year, $2.25 million
  • DT DeShawn Williams – 1 year, $1.165 million
  • LB Alex Singleton – 1 year, $1.1 million
  • TE Eric Tomlinson – 1 year, $1.435 million
  • S J.R. Reed

Detroit Lions

  • QB Tim Boyle – 1 year, $2 million, $1.75 million guaranteed
  • WR D.J. Chark – 1 year, $10 million fully guaranteed
  • WR Khalif Raymond – 2 years, $5 million
  • WR Josh Reynolds – 2 years, $6 million
  • C/OG Evan Brown – 1 year, $2.025 million, $600,000 guaranteed
  • DE Charles Harris – 2 years, $13 million
  • LB Alex Anzalone – 1 year, $2.25 million
  • S Tracy Walker – 3 years, $25 million, $17 million guaranteed
  • DB C.J. Moore – 1 year, $2.4 million, $800,000 guaranteed
  • QB David Blough – 1 year, $1.15 million
  • TE Garrett Griffin
  • LB Jarrad Davis – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • LB Chris Board – 1 year, $2 million
  • CB Mike Hughes – 1 year, $2.25 million
  • LB Shaun-Dion Hamilton – 1 year, $1.035 million

Green Bay Packers

  • QB Aaron Rodgers (extension) – 3 years, $150.8 million, $101.5 million guaranteed
  • CB Rasul Douglas – 3 years, $21 million
  • TE Robert Tonyan Jr. – 1 year, $3.75 million
  • WR Allen Lazard – 1 year, $3.986 million (second-round restricted free agent tender)
  • LB De’Vondre Campbell – 5 years, $50 million
  • LB Preston Smith (extension) – 4 years, $52.5 million
  • TE Robert Tonyan Jr. – 1 year
  • P Pat O’Donnell – 2 year, $4 million
  • DT Jarran Reed – 1 year, $3.25 million
  • CB Keisean Nixon – 1 year, $965,000

Houston Texans

  • QB Jeff Driskel – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • RB Royce Freeman – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • RB Dare Ogunbowale – 2 years, $3.3 million
  • WR Chris Conley – 1 year, $2 million, $750,000 guaranteed
  • TE Pharaoh Brown – 1 year, $4 million
  • OT Cedric Ogbuehi – 1 year, $1.4 million
  • C Justin Britt – 2 years, $10.5 million
  • OG A.J. Cann – 3 years, $8.5 million, $4.5 million guaranteed
  • DT Maliek Collins – 2 years, $17 million, $8.5 million guaranteed
  • LB Christian Kirksey – 2 years, $10 million, $4 million guaranteed
  • QB Kyle Allen – 1 year, $2.5 million
  • LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin – 2 years, $7.5 million, $5 million guaranteed
  • S Terrance Brooks – 1 year, $2 million
  • S M.J. Stewart – 1 year, $3 million
  • DB Desmond King – 2 years, $7 million
  • LB Kamu Grugier-Hill – 1 year, $4 million
  • CB Isaac Yiadom – 1 year, $1.035 million
  • FB Andy Janovich – 1 year, $3.3 million
  • LB Neville Hewitt – 1 year, $1.95 million
  • WR Daesean Hamilton – 1 year, $1.065 million
  • RB Marlon Mack

Indianapolis Colts

  • TE Mo Alie-Cox – 3 years, $18 million
  • OT Matt Pryor – 1 year, $5.5 million
  • DE Tyquan Lewis – 1 year, $3 million
  • CB Brandon Facyson – 1 year, $3.84 million
  • LB Zaire Franklin – 3 years, $12 million, $4 million guaranteed

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • WR Zay Jones – 3 years, $24 million
  • WR Christian Kirk – 4 years, $72 million, $37 million guaranteed
  • WR Laquon Treadwell – 1 year, $720,000
  • TE Evan Engram – 1 year, $9 million, $8.25 million guaranteed
  • OG Brandon Scherff – 3 years, $49.5 million, $30 million guaranteed
  • OG Tyler Shatley – 2 years, $6.8 million, $2.35 million guaranteed
  • DT Folorunso Fatukasi – 3 years, $30 million, $20 million guaranteed
  • LB Foyesade Oluokun – 3 years, $45 million, $28 million guaranteed
  • CB Darious Williams – 3 years, $30 million, $18 million guaranteed
  • CB Tre Herndon – 1 year, $2 million
  • S Andrew Wingard – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • OT Will Richardson – 1 year, $2 million
  • K Ryan Santoso – 1 year, $895,000
  • CB Xavier Crawford – 1 year, $1.015 million
  • DE Arden Key – 1 year, $4 million

Kansas City Chiefs

  • DE Frank Clark – 2 years, $29 million
  • S Justin Reid – 3 years, $31.5 million, $20 million guaranteed
  • WR JuJu Smith-Schuster – 1 year, $3.25 million
  • QB Chad Henne – 1 year, $2 million
  • RB Ronald Jones – 1 year, $5 million
  • FB Michael Burton – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • DT Derrick Nnadi – 1 year, $12.75 million
  • OT Geron Christian – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • OT Andrew Wylie – 1 year, $2.53 million
  • LB Elijah Lee – 1 year, $1.055 million
  • CB Luq Barcoo
  • WR Corey Coleman – 1 year, $965,000
  • C Austin Reiter – 1 year, $1.035 million
  • S Deon Bush – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • TE Blake Bell – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • LB Jermaine Carter – 1 year, $1.77 million
  • DT Taylor Stallworth

Las Vegas Raiders

  • WR Davante Adams – 5 years, $141.25 million
  • DE Maxx Crosby (extension) – 4 years, $98.98 million, $53 million guaranteed
  • DT Bilal Nichols – 2 years, $11 million, $9 million guaranteed
  • DE Chandler Jones – 3 years, $51 million
  • CB Anthony Averett – 1 year, $4 million
  • RB Brandon Bolden – 2 years, $5 million
  • OG Alex Bars – 1 year, $1.7 million
  • QB Garrett Gilbert – 1 year, $1.075 million
  • TE Jacob Hollister – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • S Dallin Leavitt – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • CB Darius Phillips – 1 year, $1.5 million
  • OG Alex Bars – 1 year, $1.7 million
  • WR Mack Hollins – 1 year, $2 million
  • LB Micah Kiser
  • RB Ameer Abdullah – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • FB Jakob Johnson – 1 year, $1.5 million
  • WR Demarcus Robinson – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • OT Brandon Parker – 1 year, $3.5 million
  • DT Kyle Peko – 1 year, $1.085 million
  • DT Vernon Butler – 1 year, $1.25 million
  • LB Kyler Fackrell – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • S Duron Harmon – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • LB Jayon Brown – 1 year, $1.25 million
  • OG Jermaine Eluemunor – 1 year, $1.25 million
  • QB Nick Mullens
  • DT Johnathan Hankins

Los Angeles Chargers

  • WR Mike Williams – 3 years, $60 million, $40 million guaranteed
  • DT Sebastian Joseph-Day – 3 years, $24 million, $15 million guaranteed
  • CB J.C. Jackson – 5 years, $82.5 million, $40 million guaranteed
  • TE Gerald Everett – 2 years, $12 million
  • QB Chase Daniel – 1 year, $2 million
  • WR Jaylen Guyton
  • DT Christian Covington – 1 year, $1.3 million
  • DT Austin Johnson – 2 years, $14 million
  • K Dustin Hopkins – 3 years, $9 million
  • P JK Scott
  • LS Josh Harris – 4 years, $5.6 million

Los Angeles Rams

  • QB Matthew Stafford – 3 years, $129 million, $60 million signing bonus
  • OT Joe Noteboom – 3 years, $40 million, $25 million guaranteed
  • LB Bobby Wagner – 5 years, $50 million
  • LB Travin Howard – 1 year, $2.54 million
  • C Coleman Shelton – 2 years, $3.25 million
  • C Brian Allen – 3 years, $24 million
  • WR Allen Robinson – 3 years, $45 million, $30 million guaranteed
  • WR Brandon Powell
  • P Riley Dixon

Miami Dolphins

  • OT Terron Armstead – 5 years, $87.5 million, $43.4 guaranteed
  • CB Xavien Howard (extension) – 5 years, $90 million
  • WR Tyreek Hill (extension) – 4 years, $120 million
  • TE Mike Gesicki (franchise tag) – 1 year, $10.931 million
  • QB Teddy Bridgewater – 1 year, $6.5 million fully guaranteed
  • RB Chase Edmonds – 2 years, $12.6 million, $6.1 million guaranteed
  • RB Raheem Mostert – 1 year, $2.125 million
  • FB Alec Ingold – 2 years, $6.5 million
  • WR Preston Williams – 1 year, $1.49 million
  • WR Cedrick Wilson – 3 years, $22.8 million, $12.75 million guaranteed
  • CB Keion Crossen – 3 years, $9.45 million
  • CB Nik Needham – 1 year, $3.986 million
  • WR Trent Sherfield – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • OG Connor Williams – 2 years, $14 million, $7.5 million guaranteed
  • DE Emmanuel Ogbah – 4 years, $65.4 million, $32.7 million guaranteed
  • LB Duke Riley – 1 year, $3 million
  • LB Sam Eguavoen – 1 year, $1.696 million
  • S Sheldrick Redwine – 1 year, $1.15 million
  • LB Elandon Roberts – 1 year, $2.75 million
  • TE Durham Smythe – 2 years, $7 million
  • LB Brennan Scarlett – 1 year, $1.185 million

Minnesota Vikings

  • QB Kirk Cousins (extension) – 1 year, $35 million fully guaranteed
  • OLB Za’Darius Smith – 3 years, $42 million
  • DT Harrison Phillips – 3 years, $19.5 million, $13 million guaranteed
  • LB Jordan Hicks – 2 years, $10 million, $6.5 million guaranteed
  • OG Austin Schlottman – 1 year, $965,000
  • TE Johnny Mundt – 2 years, $2.415 million
  • QB Sean Mannion – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • P Jordan Berry – 1 year, $1.12 million
  • CB Chandon Sullivan – 1 year, $1.75 million
  • OT Jesse Davis – 1 year, $3 million
  • CB Tye Smith – 1 year, $1.035 million
  • CB Nate Hairston – 1 year, $1.06 million
  • CB Patrick Peterson – 1 year, $4 million
  • OG Chris Reed – 2 years

New England Patriots

  • QB Brian Hoyer – 2 years, $4 million, $3 million guaranteed
  • RB James White – 2 years, $5 million, $500,000 guaranteed
  • C/OG James Ferentz – 1 year, $1.075 million
  • S Devin McCourty – 1 year, $9 million
  • K Nick Folk – 2 years, $5 million, $2.2 million guaranteed
  • ST Matthew Slater – 1 year, $2.6 million, fully guaranteed
  • CB Terrance Mitchell – 1 year, $1.75 million
  • OT Trent Brown – 2 years, $13 million
  • LB Ja’whaun Bentley – 2 years, $6 million
  • WR Ty Montgomery – 2 years, $3.6 million
  • CB Malcolm Butler – 2 years, $5 million
  • S Jabrill Peppers – 1 year, $2 million

New Orleans Saints

  • QB Jameis Winston – 2 years, $28 million
  • S Marcus Maye – 3 years, $28.5 million, $15 million guaranteed
  • WR Tre’Quan Smith – 2 years, $6 million
  • S Daniel Sorensen – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • DT Kentavius Street
  • QB Andy Dalton – 1 year, $3 million
  • OG Forrest Lamp – 1 year, $1.06 million
  • DT Jaleel Johnson
  • CB P.J. Williams
  • DE Taco Charlton
  • S Justin Evans

New York Giants

  • QB Tyrod Taylor – 2 years, $11 million, max value of $17 million
  • C Jon Feliciano – 1 year, $3.25 million
  • OG Mark Glowinski – 3 years, $20 million, $11.4 million guaranteed
  • TE Ricky Seals-Jones – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • RB Matt Breida – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • WR Robert Foster – 1 year, $965,000
  • OG Jamil Douglas – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • OT Korey Cunningham – 1 year, $1.06 million
  • LS Casey Kreiter – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • CB Jarren Williams
  • WR Richie James
  • DE Jihad Ward – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • DT Justin Ellis – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • OG Max Garcia – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • DT Justin Ellis – 1 year
  • RB Sandro Platzgummer

New York Jets

  • RB Tevin Coleman – 1 year, $1.5 million, $650,000 guaranteed
  • WR Braxton Berrios – 2 years, $12 million
  • TE C.J. Uzomah – 3 years, $24 million
  • TE Tyler Conklin – 3 years, $21 million
  • OT Connor McDermott – 1 year, $1.3 million
  • OG Laken Tomlinson – 3 years, $40 million, $27 million guaranteed
  • CB D.J. Reed – 3 years, $33 million
  • DT Nathan Shepherd – 1 year, $1.085 million
  • LB Jacob Martin – 3 years, $13.5 million
  • OG Dan Feeney – 1 year, $3 million
  • K Eddy Pineiro – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • DE Nathan Shepherd – 1 year, $1.085 million
  • S Jordan Whitehead – 2 years, $14.5 million
  • S Lamarcus Joyner – 1 year, $4.5 million
  • S Will Parks – 1 year, $1.035 million
  • QB Joe Flacco – 1 year, $3.5 million
  • QB Mike White – 1 year, $2.5 million
  • K Greg Zuerlein – 1 year, $2.75 million
  • DE Solomon Thomas – 1 year, $2.25 million

Philadelphia Eagles

  • C Jason Kelce – 1 year, $14 million
  • RB Boston Scott – 1 year, $1.75 million
  • WR Greg Ward – 1 year, $1 million
  • CB Andre Chachere – 1 year, $875,000
  • LB Haason Reddick – 3 years, $45 million, $30 million guaranteed
  • LB Kyzir White – 1 year, $3 million
  • S Anthony Harris – 1 year, $2.5 million
  • DT Fletcher Cox – 1 year, $14 million
  • OG Nate Herbig – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • WR Zach Pascal – 1 year, $1.1 million
  • DE Derek Barnett – 2 years, $15.21 million

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • QB Dwayne Haskins – original-round free agent tender worth $2.54 million
  • QB Mitchell Trubisky – 2 years, $14.25 million, max value of $27 million
  • OT Chukwuma Okorafor – 3 years, $29.25 million, $20 million guaranteed
  • OG James Daniels – 3 years, $26.5 million
  • C/OG Mason Cole – 3 years, $15.75 million
  • CB Levi Wallace – 2 years, $8 million
  • CB Arthur Maulet – 2 years, $3.8 million
  • S Miles Killebrew – 2 years, $4 million
  • S Karl Joseph – 1 year, $1.035 million
  • LB Robert Spillane – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • DE Genard Avery
  • DE Montravius Adams – 2 years, $5 million
  • LB Myles Jack – 2 years, $16 million
  • WR Gunner Olszewski – 2 years, $4.2 million
  • CB Akhello Witherspoon – 2 years, $8 million

San Francisco 49ers

  • CB Charvarius Ward – 3 years, $40.5 million
  • RB JaMycal Hasty – 1 year, $895,000
  • TE Ross Dwelley – 1 year, $1.035 million
  • CB Darqueze Dennard – 1 year, $1.12 million
  • DE Jordan Willis – 1 year, $1.11 million
  • OT Daniel Brunskill – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • LB Azeez Al-Shaair – 1 year, $3.986 million
  • LB Oren Burks – 2 years, $5 million
  • WR Ray-Ray McCloud – 2 years, $4 million
  • S George Odum – 3 years, $9.5 million
  • DT Hassan Ridgeway – 1 year, $1.8 million
  • LB Oren Burks – 2 years, $5 million
  • DE Kerry Hyder – 1 year, $1.5 million
  • CB Dontae Johnson – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • RB Jeff Wilson Jr. – 1 year, $1.085 million
  • CB Darqueze Dennard

Seattle Seahawks

  • TE Will Dissly – 3 years, $24 million
  • DT Al Woods – 2 years, $9 million
  • CB Sidney Jones – 1 year, $3.6 million
  • S Quandre Diggs – 3 years, $40 million
  • LB Uchenna Nwosu – 2 years, $20 million
  • CB Artie Burns – 1 year, $2 million
  • C Austin Blythe – 1 year, $4 million
  • RB Rashaad Penny – 1 year, $5.75 million
  • CB Justin Coleman – 1 year, $1.12 million
  • DT Quinton Jefferson – 2 years, $9.5 million
  • C Kyle Fuller – 1 year, $1.185 million
  • LB Joel Iyiegbuniwe – 1 year, $1.18 million

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • WR Russell Gage – 3 years, $30 million
  • RB Leonard Fournette – 3 years, $21 million
  • WR Chris Godwin – 3 years, $60 million, $40 million guaranteed
  • OG Aaron Stiniie – 1 year, $2.5 million
  • CB Carlton Davis – 3 years, $45 million, $30 million guaranteed
  • C Ryan Jensen – 3 years, $39 million, $23 million guaranteed
  • WR Breshad Perriman – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • TE Cameron Brate – 2 years, $8 million
  • CB Logan Ryan – 1 year, $1.12 million
  • OL Fred Johnson – 1 year
  • DE William Gholston – 1 year, $4.5 million
  • OT Josh Wells – 1 year, $1.27 million
  • LS Zach Triner – 2 years, $2.345 million
  • QB Ryan Griffin – 1 year, $1.195 million
  • RB Giovani Bernard

Tennessee Titans

  • TE Geoff Swaim (extension) – 1 year, $3.5 million
  • C Ben Jones – 2 years, $14 million
  • OLB Harold Landry – 5 years, $87.5 million, $52.5 million guaranteed
  • K Randy Bullock – 2 years, $4.68 million
  • RB Dontrell Hilliard – 1 year, $1.25 million
  • CB Buster Skrine – 1 year, $1.1 million
  • TE Austin Hooper – 1 year, $6 million
  • RB Jordan Wilkins – 1 year, $1.03 million
  • LB Ola Adeniyi – 1 year
  • LB Dylan Cole – 1 year, $1.18 million

Washington Commanders

  • DB Bobby McCain – 2 years, $11 million
  • RB J.D. McKissic – 2 years, $7 million
  • OG Andrew Norwell – 2 years, $10 million
  • WR Cam Sims – 1 year, $2.1 million
  • CB Bobby McCain – 2 years, $10 million
  • C Tyler Larsen – 1 year, $1.2 million
  • K Joey Slye – 1 year, $2.433 million
  • CB Danny Johnson – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • DE Efe Odafa – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • S Troy Apke – 1 year, $1.18 million
  • OT Cornelius Lucas – 2 years, $6.5 million
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