as informed in As the free agency signings continue to roll in, we’re handing out grades for the biggest moves and breaking down what they mean for the teams involved below.
By the end of the first day of the NFL’s new year, several of the biggest names available were already off the market.
The market hasn’t let up from there, with Terrelle Pryor finding a home in Washington and the Julius Peppers returning home to Carolina.
Among the early highlights: the Bears cut Jay Cutler and signed Mike Glennon to be their new starting QB on a three-year contract; the Eagles inked Alshon Jeffery to a one-year deal and Torrey Smith to a three-year deal to upgrade their receiving corps; and the Jaguars pulled in arguably the top DB available, signing A.J.
As it stated in New England has made some big splashes in free agency to kick off the new NFL calendar year.
From 2014 to 2016, the Panthers committed an NFL-low $54 million in unrestricted free agency, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
(0:30)The NFL free-agent market downshifted dramatically on Day 2 of its 2017 incarnation.
But whenever there is action in the sports world, by decree, there must be winners and losers.
25, Patriots) are free agents and have not yet signed with a team.
NFL free agency 2017: Day 3 LIVE UPDATES (3/11/17)
As it stated in NFL free agency is entering its third day of action, but there is still plenty left to unfold.
Follow along below for all the latest from around the wildest few days the sport has to offer as NFL free agency rolls on with the third day of the new NFL league year.
So …NJ Advance Media has reporters following the Eagles, Giants and Jets, along with the rest of the NFL.
The Ravens gave Brandon Williams a big-money deal Thursday night, but the rest of the interior tackle market has been awfully quiet.
There are still plenty of quality players left on the market as well.
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