NFL free agency 2018- Who is signing where? All rumors and updates

NFL free agency 2018: Rumors, reported signings and deals, updates by position


— Kirk Cousins is signing with the Vikings for an expected three years and $84 million, ESPN reports.

— Drew Brees was re-signed by the Saints to a two-year contract worth $50 million, ESPN reports.

— Case Keenum is signing with the Broncos for two years and $36 million, ESPN reports.

— Sam Bradford is signing with the Cardinals for one year and $20 million, per ESPN.

— AJ McCarron is an option for the Billsper The Boston Globe. The Broncosalso are in the mix, per NFL Network.

— Teddy Bridgewater is signing a one-year deal with the Jets, ESPN reports.

— Alex Smith is being traded from the Chiefs to the Redskins.

— Tyrod Taylor is being traded from the Bills to the Browns ESPN reports.

— Josh McCown re-signed with the Jets for one year at $10 million, per NFL Network

— Ryan Fitzpatrick re-signed with the Buccaneers.

— DeShone Kizer is being traded from the Browns to the Packers ESPN reports.

— Matt Cassel was released by the Titans. They need a new backup for Marcus Mariota ESPN reports.

— Mike Glennon will sign with the Cardinals after the Bears release him, per NFL Network.

Running backs

— Le’Veon Bell got franchise tagged by the Steelers and will get $14.5 million guaranteed for 2018 should he sign the tender ESPN reports.

— Dion Lewis, leaving the Patriots, is signing a four-year deal with the Titans ESPN reports.

— Jerick McKinnon won’t be re-signed by the Vikingsbut ESPN reports He has been signed by the 49ers.

— Doug Martin, released by the Buccaneers, but is visiting the Raidersper NFL Network.

— Jonathan Stewart, released by the Panthers, is signing with the Giants, per ESPN.

— DeMarco Murray, released by the Titans, is visiting the Lionsper ESPN. The Seahawks are also on his list.

— Isaiah Crowell, formerly of the Browns, is signing with the Jets ESPN reports.

— Chris Ivory, released by the Jaguars, signed a two-year, $5.5 million with the Bills ESPN reports.

— Danny Woodhead was released by the Ravens ESPN reports.

— Anthony Sherman, a top-blocking fullback, was re-signed by the Chiefs ESPN reports.

Carlos Hyde, has been signed by the Cleveland Browns per ESPN

Wide receivers

— Allen Robinson has left the Jaguars for the Bears. ESPN reports Robinson will sign with Chicago for three years and $42 million.

— Jarvis Landry, franchise-tagged by the Dolphins, is being traded to the Browns ESPN reports.

— Sammy Watkins agreed to terms with the Chiefs on a three-year, $48 million deal, per multiple reports.

— Josh Gordon, an exclusive rights free agent, was re-signed by the Browns for one year and $790,000 ESPN reports.

— Jordy Nelson was released by the Packers, per ESPN. The Raiders have interest, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

— Donte Moncrief is leaving the Colts and will sign with the AFC South rival Jaguars, per ESPN.

— Paul Richardson is leaving the Seahawks for a five-year, $40 million deal from the Redskins, per NFL Network.

— Albert Wilson is leaving the Chiefs after agreeing on a three-year, $24 million deal with the Dolphins, per multiple reports.

— John Brown is leaving the Cardinals to sign with the Ravens, per multiple reports.

— Ryan Grant is signing with the Ravens for four years and $29 million, per NFL Network.

— Danny Amendola is leaving the Patriots and signing with the Dolphins for two years and $12 million, per ESPN.

— Marqise Lee was re-signed by the Jaguars.

— Torrey Smith is being traded from the Eagles to the Panthers ESPN reports.

— Taylor Gabriel is joining Robinson and the Bearsper WSB-TV in Atlanta.

Tight ends

— Jimmy Graham is leaving the Seahawks and joining the Packers on a three-year deal, ESPN reports.

— Tyler Eifert is fully healthy as he prepares to leave the Bengals ESPN reports.

— Trey Burton will leave the Eagles and join Robinson and the Bears, signing for four years and $32 million, per NFL Network.

— Austin Seferian-Jenkins might stay with the Jets, but the Seahawks andFalcons are interested, CBS Sports reports.

— Ed Dickson is an option for the Dolphinsper the Miami Herald. The Falcons are also interested, per ESPN.

— Cameron Brate, a restricted free agent, re-signed with the Buccaneers for six years and $40.8 million ESPN reports.

— Brent Celek was released by the Eagles ESPN reports.

— Derek Carrier is signing with the Raiders, per NFL Network.

Offensive linemen

— LG Andrew Norwell is too rich tor the Panthers but not so for the JaguarsESPN reports Norwell is signing a five-year, $66.5 million deal with Jacksonville.

— LT Nate Solder is set to leave the Patriots, with Bill O’Brien and the Texans being his strongest suitors. The Broncos, Giants and Browns also are in the mix ESPN reports.

— C/G Weston Richburg is leaving the Giants to join the 49ers on a five-year deal, ESPN reports.

— T Chris Hubbard is signing a five-year, $37.5 million deal with the Browns.

— LT Cordy Glenn is being traded from the Bills to the Bengals ESPN reports.

— C Ryan Jensen, the top free agent at his position, might be too expensive for the Ravens to keep ESPN reports.

— RG Josh Kline is likely to leave the Titans ESPN reports.

— G/C Zach Fulton is likely to leave the Chiefs with the Texans as the favorites,NFL Network reports.

— C Joe Berger is likely to re-sign with the Vikings if he does not retire ESPN reports.

— T Marshall Newhouse was released by the Raiders ESPN reports.

— T Austin Howard was released by the Ravens ESPN reports.

— T Donald Stephenson is signing with the Browns on a two-year deal, per NFL Network.

Defensive linemen

— DT Ndakumong Suh is being released by the Dolphins. The Cowboys would be a great fit for him ESPN reports.

— DT Sheldon Richardson still has a chance to return to the Seahawks per NFL network.

— DE DeMarcus Lawrence was franchise tagged by the Cowboys ESPN reports.

— DE Ezekiel Ansah was franchise tagged by the Lions ESPN reports.

— DT Star Lotulelei is leaving the Panthers to join the Bills on a five-year deal, ESPN reports.

— DE Michael Bennett is being traded from the Seahawks to the Eagles ESPN reports.

— DE Muhammad Wilkerson, cut by the Jets, is signing with the Packers, per ESPN.

— DT Danny Shelton is being traded from the Browns to the Patriots ESPN reports.

— DE Robert Quinn is being traded from the Rams to the Dolphins ESPN reports.

— DT Haloti Ngata, formerly of the Lions, is headed to the Eagles on a one-year deal ESPN reports.

— DT Justin Ellis was re-signed by the Raiders at three years, $15 million ESPN reports.

— DT Chris Baker signed a one-year deal with the Bengals ESPN reports.

— DT Kyle Williams re-signed with the Bills for one year and $6 million, per NFL Network.

— DE Chris Smith is signing with the Browns for three years and $14 million, per NFL Network.


— ILB Avery Williamson is leaving the Titans to sign with the Jets, per multiple reports.

— ILB Anthony Hitchens is leaving the Cowboys to sign with the Chiefs, NFL Network reports.

— ILB Alec Ogletree is being traded from the Rams to the Giants per NFL network.

— OLB Devon Kennard is signing with the Lions for three years and $18.75 million, per NFL Network.


— Richard Sherman, released by the Seahawks, then has signed with the 49ers for three years and $39 million.

— Malcolm Butler is signing with the Titans for five years and $60.5 million, ESPN reports.

— Aqib Talib is being traded from the Broncos to the Rams ESPN reports.

— Marcus Peters is being traded from the Chiefs to the Rams ESPN reports.

— Trumaine Johnson is signing with the Jets ESPN reports.

— Bashaud Breeland is too expensive for the Redskins but he’s signing with the Panthers for three years and $24 million, per NFL Network.

— NIckell Robey-Coleman will stay with the Rams and play the slot between Talib and Peters, re-signing for three years and $15.75 million, per NFL Network.

— E.J. Gaines, who shined with Bills, is a fallback for the Texansper the Houston Chronicle.

— Patrick Robinson is a priority re-sign by the Eagles, but the Giants are also interested, per NJ Advance Media.

— Kyle Fuller got the transition tag from the Bears ESPN reports.

— Kendall Fuller is being traded from the Redskins to the Chiefs ESPN reports.

— Prince Amukamara was re-signed by the Bears ESPN reports.

— Aaron Colvin is leaving the Jaguars for a four-year deal from the Texans, per ESPN.

— Brent Grimes was re-signed to a one-year deal by the Buccaneers ESPN reports.

— T.J. Carrie is leaving the Raiders with the Broncos most interested ESPN reports.

— Damarious Randall is being traded from the Packers to the Browns ESPN reports.

— Daryl Worley is being traded  from the Panthers to the Eagles ESPN reports.

— Sam Shields, formerly of the Packers, signed with the Rams per NFL network.

— Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was released by the Giants. He has interest from the Redskins, per NFL Network.

— Jeremy Lane and Deshawn Shead were released by the Seahawks ESPN reports.

— Nevin Lawson re-signed with the Lions for two years and $9.2 million ESPN reports.

DJ Hayden, going to sign a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars per ESPN


— Lamarcus Joyner was franchise tagged by the Rams ESPN reports.

— Bradley McDougald was re-signed by the Seahawks for three years and $13.95 million, per NFL Network.

— Kurt Coleman, released by the Panthers, signed with the Saints for three years and $18 million.

— Tavon Wilson re-signed with the Lions for two years and $7 million, per ESPN.


— Graham Gano was re-signed by the Panthers for four years and $18 million ESPN reports.

— Matt Bryant was re-signed by the Falcons for three years and $10.5 million ESPN reports.

— Adam Vinatieri was re-signed by the Colts for one year and $3.625 million ESPN reports.

— Ryan Succop was re-signed by the Titans for five years and $20 million ESPN reports.

— Dustin Hopkins was re-signed by the Redskins ESPN reports.

— Giorgio Tavecchio was re-signed by the Raiders ESPN reports.

— Cody Parkey is signing with the Bears ESPN reports.


— Shane Lechler was re-signed by the Texans ESPN reports.

— Jeff Locke was signed by the 49ers ESPN reports.

— Brad Wing was released by the Giants ESPN reports.

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