as mentioned in With the most expensive part of free agency finished, NFL.com analyst Elliot Harrison decided to put together his first NFL power rankings of the offseason.
Not just Hoyer and Glennon, but also Kirk Cousins, the rookies, and maybe even guys like Tony Romo and Jay Cutler.
The first significant phase of free agency is a wrap, and we have now gotten to veterans and flyer deals.
With all the talk around Kirk Cousins potentially going to the 49ers, I thought it an appropriate time to discuss a different topic.
Back in early February, Harrison said the 49ers absolutely needed to go after Kirk Cousins.
How has NFL free agency potentially altered top of 2017 draft?
Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett still seems like a no-brainer with the first overall pick.
(Photo: Mike DiNovo, USA TODAY Sports)Nearly a week after free agency officially commenced, many NFL rosters look decidedly different.
The Niners could use the draft’s second overall pick on a rookie passer if they fall in love with Watson, Mitchell Trubisky or someone else.
That may be especially true for the four teams currently atop the draft board, each of them heavily active in recent days.
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Ranking NFL teams that regressed in 2017 free agency signings
ESPN’s top 150 NFL free agents for 2017 More than 80 free agents from our ranking of the top 150 free agents in the Class of 2017 are already off the board, but that leaves several — including Dont’a Hightower — still available.
I already looked at the most improved teams so far, so it’s time to hit the inverse today: Which teams are worse off through the first week of free agency?
(1:22)The 2017 unrestricted free-agent market hit its 100th agreement on Tuesday, when Eddie Lacy signed a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks.
InsiderTedy Bruschi wonders what’s next for Malcolm Butler after it was announced that Stephon Gilmore intends to sign with the Patriots.
Here are the five teams that have been hit the hardest:
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