The legal tampering period began on Monday. There have been a ton of expected signings that have been reported before the official beginning of free agency.
NFL free agency is so fun, isn’t it? There have been a ton of expected signings that have been reported thus far. They cannot be finalized until Wednesday rolls around as that is when the official free agency begins.
There have still been a ton of players who have not agreed to sign deals as of yet, but some of the best players on the market have found new homes so far.
2023 NFL Free Agency: Tracking expected signings so far
- RT Mike McGlinchey – Denver Broncos, five years, $87.5 million
- RT Jawaan Taylor – Kansas City Chiefs, four years, $80 million
- RT Andrew Wylie – Washington Commanders, three years, $24 million
- LT Andre Dillard – Tennessee Titans, three years, $29 million
- OG Ben Powers – Denver Broncos, four years, $52 million
- OG Nate Davis – Chicago Bears, three years, $30 million
- OG Connor McGovern (the former Cowboy) – Buffalo Bills, three years, $24 million
- DL Javon Hargrave – San Francisco 49ers, four years, $84 million
- DL Daron Payne – Washington Commanders, four years, $90 million
- DL David Onyemata – Atlanta Falcons, three years, $35 million
- ILB Tremaine Edmunds – Chicago Bears, four years, $72 million
- ILB Germaine Pratt – Cincinnati Bengals, three years, $21 million
- ILB TJ Edwards – Chicago Bears, three years, $19.5 million
- CB Cameron Sutton – Detroit Lions, three years, $33 million
- CB Jamel Dean – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, four years, $52 million
- CB Jonathan Jones – New England Patriots, two years, $19 million
- S Jessie Bates III – Atlanta Falcons, four years, $64 million
- QB Jimmy Garoppolo – Las Vegas Raiders, three years, $67.5 million
- QB Case Keenum – Houston Texans, two years, $6.2 million
There has been some more, but these are some of the most major expected signings thus far. There has been a ton of offensive line movement thus far, and for good reason.
The entire league outside of about five teams are looking for massive improvements along their OL. One of the next biggest dominoes to fall will be the Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson situations.