Day two of the NFL Free Agency period is already underway.
Day one was filled with deals, trades, and rumors that kept us on the edge of our seats.
Nick Foles signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars for 4-years, $88 million, Tyrann Mathieu signed with the Kansas City Chiefs for 3-years, $42 million, and Landon Collins signed for 6-years, $84 million with the Washington Redskins.
For a full recap of Day 1’s NFL free agency moves see our NFL Free Agency Tracker.
Follow us all day for the latest breaking news across the NFL.
- After initially agreeing to join the New York Jets, LB Anthony Barr has changed his mind and will head to Minnesota, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter
- LB C.J. Mosley signs with the New York Jets for 5-years, $85 million ($51 million guaranteed), per ESPN’s Adam Schefter
- DE Sheldon Richardson will sign with the Cleveland Browns for 3-years, $36 million, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport
- QB Teddy Bridgewater expected to stay with the Saints, despite receiving bigger offer from the Dolphins, per NFL Network’s Jane Slater
- Dolphins may turn to QB Tyrod Taylor as a target per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport
- Per ESPN’s Field Yates, the Atlanta Falcons create $7 million in cap space by converting $8.75 million QB Matt Ryan’s 2019 base salary into a signing bonus.
- Per ESPN’s Josina Anderson LB Preston Smith will sign with the Green Bay Packers for 4-years, $52 million, with $16 million guaranteed
- Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, LB Thomas Davis will sign a free-agent deal with the Los Angeles Chargers
- Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Green Bay Packers sign S Adrian Amos to a 4-year, $37 million deal
- Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, RB Latavius Murray will sign a 4-year deal for $14.4 million with the New Orleans Saints; team expected move on from Mark Ingram
- Per Peter Schrager and Adam Caplan, WR John Brown will sign a 3-year, $27 million contract with the Buffalo Bills
- Per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, WR Cole Beasley has signed a 4-year, $29 million deal with the Buffalo Bills
- According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport LB Jordan Hicks signs a 4-year, $36 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals
Stay tuned for additional updates…