according to During the free agency negotiating period players are not allowed to visit a team other than its current franchise.
The two-day negotiating period for prospective unrestricted free agents began at noon Tuesday.
Much like a middle school dance, NFL teams and potential free agents are lined up on opposite sides of the proverbial dimly lit gym.
The negotiating period — cut down from three days to two days in 2016 — has led to a wave of free agency signings as soon as the window opens.
The NFL offered a warning for teams that violate rules of the negotiating period.
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AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC WestNFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC WestAFC EASTWide receiverRegardless of whether Buffalo hangs onto Tyrod Taylor, its quarterback would surely appreciate someone to throw to in 2017.
The experts from Football Outsiders have bold recommendations for every NFC team.
Editor’s Picks Bold moves for every AFC team Both Tony Romo and Tyrod Taylor present solutions for quarterback-needy teams.
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NFL free agency rumors: Signings, cap cuts, trade news
(Josina Anderson, ESPN)• Colts re-signed tight end Jack Doyle to a three-year, $19 million contract with $9.5 million guaranteed.
(Adam Schefter, ESPN.com)• The Rams are actively trying to trade cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
(Adam Schefter, ESPN.com)• Dolphins tendered exclusive rights to tight end Thomas Duarte, linebacker Mike Hull, and cornerback Lafayette Pitts and Anthony Steen.
(Adam Schefter, ESPN.com)• The Bills are the favorite to land Ravens fullback Kyle Juszczyk.
(Dianna Russini and Adam Schefter, ESPN.com)• Placekicker Steven Hauschka will sign with the Buffalo Bills.
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