After another 12 days of free agency madness, here are some of the most notable NFL Free Agency signings:

3/14:

Packers are able to retain star RB Aaron Jones to help Aaron Rogers and the offense out with a strong running game (4 years 48 million).

49ers keep their utility FB Kyle Jusczcyk (5 years 27 million).


3/15:

Journeyman QB Ryan Fitzpatrick signs with the Washington Football Team to fill their starting pass thrower void as a short term answer (1 year 10 million).

Vikings look to beef up their front seven with the addition of DT Dalvin Tomlinson (2 years 20 million).

Saints are giving QB Jameis Winston a shot at filling in Drew Brees’ shoes as their starter (1 year 12 million).

Titans sign EDGE rusher Bud Dupree to try and beef up one of the poorer pass rushing defense in the league (5 year 82.5 million).

Patriots shock the football world with a total roster makeover by signing the following players all in one day (they make more moves throughout the week to reach a total of $162.5 million…which is just under 10 million shy of what owner Robert Kraft spent to buy the team in 94′):

  • TE Jonnu Smith (4 year 50 million)
  • DB Jalen Mills (4 year 24 million)
  • OLB/EDGE Matthew Judon (4 year 56 million)
  • WR Nelson Agholor (2 year 26 million)
  • WR Kendrick Bourne (3 year 22.5 million)
  • DL Henry Anderson (2 year 7 million)

Ravens sign G Kevin Zeitler to help protect Lamar Jackson (3 year 22.5 million).

Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers are able to resign star EDGE player Shaq Barrett (4 years 72 million) and TE Rob Gronkowski (1 year 10 million).

G Joe Thuney signs with Kansas City to help their quest to fix their offensive line issues (5 years 80 million).

The Chargers are able to poach All-Pro Center Corey Linsley from Green Bay to help protect Justin Herbert (5 years 62.5 million).

The Jets are able to add rising star WR Corey Davis to help out Sam Darnold or whoever they decide to draft at QB (3 year 37.5 million).


3/16:

Jaguars bring in former Seahawks DB Shaquill Griffin to pair with 2020 1st round pick CJ Henderson in the secondary (3 year 45 million).

New York Giants finally pull the trigger and re-sign star DL Leonard Williams to anchor their front seven (3 year 63 million), while also adding former Washington standout and Bengals 1st round selection, WR John Ross (1 year 2.5 million).

Another move for Washington as they bolster up their already good defense by adding DB William Jackson III (3 year 42 million).

2020 1st round selection QB Tua Tagovailoa now has some competition in Miami as they sign former Colts starter Jacoby Brissett (1 year 7.5 million).

Jaguars bring in WR Marvin Jones to presumably serve as the lead veteran player to help the guy they draft first overall at QB (2 year 14.5 million).

Patriots with another HUGE offensive signing by bringing in TE Hunter Henry (3 year 37.5 million).


3/17:

LB Kyle Van Noy returns to the Patriots after 1 year with Miami (3 years 13.2 million).

WR Emmanuel Sanders lands in Buffalo to replace John Brown (1 year 6 million).

Vikings land star DB Patrick Peterson to help step up and recharge this Vikings defense (1 year 10 million).

WR Curtis Samuel pairs up with Terry McLaurin to add to their offensive arsenal in Washington (3 year 34.5 million).

After testing the open market, OT Trent Williams signs a historic contract to stay in San Fran (6 year 138 million).

Former Cincy star, WR A.J Green, signs a deal to pair up with DeAndre Hopkins and Kyler Murray in Arizona (1 year 8.5 million) while also trading for C Rodney Hudson.

After suffering a season ending achilles injury in a contract year, RB Marlon Mack decides to stick it out on a prove it type deal with the Colts (1 year 2 million).

Kansas City’s status as a contender with a need for O-Line play has convinced G Kyle Long to come out of retirement to protect Mahomes (1 year 5 million).

Carolina continues to build up a core of young defensive talent, this time bringing in OLB/EDGE player Haason Reddick (1 year 8 million).


3/18:

C Alex Mack reunites with Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco (3 year 15 million).

Bears release CB Kyle Fuller in a surprising move, and he ends up signing with Denver shortly after (1 year 9.5 million).

Raiders add RB depth to pair with Josh Jacobs by adding Kenyan Drake (2 year 11 million).

Miami adds some more speed to it’s WR group with Will Fuller (1 year 10 million).


3/19:

Broncos resign star DB Justin Simmons, who has been on the field for Denver for the last 3,200 snaps (4 year 61 million).

WR Juju Smith-Schuster tested the waters for a bit, but decided to stay with Pittsburgh for the season ( 1 year 8 million).

Patriots make another move to add LB depth with Raekwon McMillan (1 year 1 million).

After being cut by the Titans, CB Adoree Jackson signs with the Giants in effort to help out their young defense (3 year 39 million).

Philadelphia, with a ton of holes to fill, brings in one of the highest graded safeties in the league with DB Anthony Harris (1 year 5 million).


3/20:

Standout Safety Keanu Neal signs with the Cowboys as they try to regroup their young, struggling defensive unit (1 year 5 million).

Giants are finally able to bring in another top tier offensive weapon to group with Saquon Barkley with WR Kenny Golladay (4 year 72 million).

After a solid season under a prove deal with the Colts, CB Xavier Rhodes stays in Indy (1 year 6.5 million).


3/21:

The Jets continue to find help along their front seven by bringing in DT Sheldon Rankins to pair with Quinnen Williams up front (2 year 17 million).

The Rams make a move to add some WR depth with speedster DeSean Jackson (1 year deal).