NFL free agency officially started Tuesday, March 10 at 4 p.m. ET. Teams didn't wait that long to get a head start on the offseason. General managers have busied themselves making roster cuts, negotiating with their own free agents and creating a little buzz on the rumor mill with trade talk.
The wildest news cycle in recent NFL history got underway with the completely unforeseen deal sending LeSean McCoy from the Eagles to the Bills in exchange for Kiko Alonso. It was off the races after that. The free agency tampering window, er, negotiating period, opened on Saturday, March 7, and the rumor mill has been cranking overtime since then, interrupted only by a long string of tweets from the various NFL insiders delivering shocking news about trades and signings and contracts and everything else that makes pro football's version of the hot stove so darn fun.
At any rate, it can be a lot to monitor when your Twitter feed is moving fast enough to generate electricity and one report would seemingly contradict the next one. That's why we have our handy rumor tracker, for you, the excited fan who only wants to see your team do something to make itself a little better next season. So follow along with the endless flow of information and speculation.
For the free agent signings, we're keeping tabs on those over here, right down to the long snappers and third-string guards.
From the rumor mill:
June 14: After releasing guard Evan Mathis, the Eagles appear set to sign free agent guard/center Jared Wheeler.
June 9: The Dolphins reportedly offered defensive tackle C.J. Mosley a contract after he visited Miami. Two other teams are also interested in signing him, including his former team, the Lions.
June 1: Scott Wells, who started all 16 games at center last season for the Rams, visited with the Titans.
May 29: The Bills hosted free agent pass rusher Michael Buchanan, who was waived earlier in the month by the Patriots.
May 28: Free agency has slowed down quite a bit, but the Giants need offensive line help after losing left tackle Will Beatty for up to six months with a pectoral tear. One free agent offensive tackle, Jake Long, visited the Giants on Thursday.
May 18: After visiting several teams earlier in free agency, offensive tackle Joe Barksdale remains on the market. He's still meeting with teams, though, most recently with the Chargers.
May 13: Defensive lineman Corey Wootton worked out for the Lions, who are currently one player short of the 90-man roster limit.
May 13: Veteran OT Tyler Polumbus worked out for the Falcons. Polumbus played for Washington last season.
May 13: A second wave of free agency could start now that unrestricted free agents can sign with a new team without affecting the compensatory draft pick formula.
May 6: Linebacker Brandon Spikes, who played for the Bills last season, is visiting with his former team, the Patriots. Spikes was a second-round pick for the Pats in 2010 and played his first four seasons in New England.
May 4: The NFL Draft is a thing of the past, which means we should see some free agency activity again. The Buffalo Bills got things started on Monday, bringing in defensive lineman Alex Carrington for a visit. They are expected to sign him to a one-year deal.
April 25: Free agent offensive lineman Mike Johnson took a visit with the Dolphins recently. He spent last year on injured reserve but is recovered from his Lisfranc injury.
April 25: The Lions have made an offer to free agent offensive lineman Rob Sims, but that was over three weeks ago. It's unclear if Sims doesn't like the offer or if he's waiting to see how the NFL Draft plays out first.
April 24: There's a new running back on the open market, as the Eagles have rescinded the restricted free agency tender for running back Chris Polk. He is now free to sign with any team.
April 23: Tight end Colt Lyerla was cut by the Packers eight months ago, but is fully recovered from a knee injuryand is making a plea to NFL teams to give him a look. He's dealt with off-field issues, but has a high ceiling.
April 22: Stevie Brown continued his free agent tour this week, visiting the Texans on Tuesday.
April 20: Stevie Brown says he has multiple offers, but it sounds like he wants to return to the Giants and could re-up with the team rather than join a new squad next season.
April 19: Safety Stevie Brown is considering five to six offers, and should make a decision on which team to sign with "soon." The Raiders are one team that has shown interest in Brown, who played in Oakland his rookie year after the team selected him in the seventh round of the 2010 draft. The Falcons, who are in need of safety help, are also rumored to have offered Brown, while the Cowboys denied any interest.
April 18: Wide receiver Greg Jennings left his visit with the Saints. He's one of the top remaining free agents, and the Saints were reportedly his final visit, so a decision could be coming soon.
April 16: Offensive tackle Anthony Collins could get a second chance with the Bengals, depending on the results of the upcoming draft. Collins hasn't received much interest on the free agent market after a disappointing season in Tampa.
April 16: Chris Johnson is readying his return to the NFL, and he is "in talks" with multiple teams, according to TMZ. Johnson says he's good to go, though no specific teams are mentioned.
April 15: Veteran defensive end Corey Wootton is expected to meet with the Saints on Wednesday, sources told Katherine Terrell of the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
April 15: WR and special teamer Brad Jones visited Buffalo, where he played in 2011 and 2012. He spent the past two seasons with the Eagles.
April 14: Greg Jennings is adding up the frequent flyer miles. After a visit with the Jaguars, he will visit the Saints.
April 13: It now sounds like Michael Crabtree will sign with the Raiders, a week after conducting a visit with the team. It's not official just yet, though.
April 13: Hakeem Nicks is visiting with the Tennessee Titans.
April 13: Michael Crabtree is probably the top player left on the open market, and all of the Raiders, Dolphins and Ravens have shown the most interest in signing him. The Raiders could also be the favorites in landing him.
April 13: After visiting the Dolphins last week and leaving with no deal, Greg Jennings is back in Florida, this time meeting with the Jaguars.
April 13: Byron Bell is visiting the Titans a few days after working out for the Chiefs.
April 12: The Eagles are reportedly working on a long-term extension with restricted free agent Cedric Thornton. The defensive end has yet to sign his one-year tender.
April 11: It's "highly unlikely" that the Colts re-sign running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Bradshaw is still recovering from an injury and has not drawn any interest from other teams.
April 11: Michael Vick hasn't drawn any interest on the free agent market, but still intends to play this season.
April 10: Offensive lineman Byron Bell worked out for the Chiefs on Wednesday but no deal is imminent.
April 10: Right tackle Joe Barksdale is the top tackle on the market, but he left his visit with the Titans without a contract. The Rams are still "in the mix" for Barksdale, as well.
April 10: Adam Caplan says he's hearing rumors that ILB Joe Mays will be a Jet very soon.
April 9: Michael Crabtree visited with the Raiders, but he left with no deal in place. It's unclear if his asking price is too high or if he's still exploring other options.
April 9: It seems unlikely that the Lions will try to match the offer sheet that George Johnson signed with the Buccaneers. That deal will pay him $9 million and the Lions neglected to tender him at a high pick, so matching that doesn't seem likely.
April 9: Formers Bears cornerback Charles Tillman was in Charlotte on Thursday and is expected to sign with the Panthers.
April 8: Dawan Landry is visited the Bills Wednesday, per Rand Getlin.
April 8: The Raiders signed restricted free agent Sean Richardson from the Packers. Green Bay will have a chance to match the offer thanks to a tender slapped on him, although it wouldn't mean the Packers are owed a pick.
April 8: Tight end Rob Housler already visited the Bengals and Falcons, and now it's the Browns that will host the former Cardinals player on Wednesday.
April 8: Former Broncos, Texans and Chiefs linebacker Joe Mays is reportedly receiving interest from the Jets.
April 8: The Buccaneers snagged restricted free agent George Johnson from the Lions on a three-year deal, but Detroit still has the chance to match the offer.
April 8: What do you do when you have DeMarco Murray, Darren Sproles and Ryan Mathews? Look at more running backs, of course. The Eagles brought in Cedric Peerman for a visit on Tuesday.
April 8: Greg Jennings isn't the only receiver catching Miami's eye. Wes Welker is visiting with the Dolphins, where he spent three seasons early in his career.
April 7: Former Rams right tackle is heading to Nashville on Thursday to visit the Titans, who are in the market for a replacement for the recently released Michael Oher.
April 7: Miami's interest in Greg Jennings is legit: he's visiting the Dolphins on Tuesday.
April 7: Stevan Ridley is going to chat it up with Jay Gruden when he visits Washington. Does he fit in Gruden's plans?
April 6: Greg Jennings is one of the top receivers on the market and the Dolphins "haven't ruled out" signing him. Miami has been in on other free agent receivers such as Michael Crabtree and Denarius Moore, who signed with the Bengals on Monday.
April 6: Michael Crabtree's visit with the Raiders is happening on Monday. Thus far, his only other reported visit has been the Dolphins.
April 6: The door "remains open" for center Lyle Sendlein to re-sign with the Cardinals.
April 6: Stefen Wisniewski is meeting with the Titans after visiting the Patriots and Jags last week.
April 5: The Dolphins were reportedly ready to pay Michael Crabtree $3 million next season, but he's looking for $4.5 million.
April 5: Former CFL speedster Chris Williams recently worked out for the Bengals, Bucs and Colts.
April 3: Stevan Ridley left the Jets' facility without an offer, but he may still end up in New York (Or perhaps Miami?).
April 3: How good would Michael Crabtree look in silver and black?
April 2: Defensive end and restricted free agent George Johnson visited with the Buccaneers.
April 2: Stevan Ridley is staying overnight in New York after visiting with the Jets on Thursday.
April 2: Ex-Giants wideout Jerrel Jernigan had a tryout with the Buccaneers.
April 2: After playing for the Bears and Vikings in 2014, Corey Wootton tried out for the Titans on Thursday.
April 2: Could Denarius Moore end up wearing orange and black in Cincinnati next season?
April 1: The Bengals will host free agent tight end Rob Housler, who is reportedly sitting on an offer from the Ravens.
April 1: Steven Ridley continues his tour of the AFC East and will meet with the Jets on Wednesday.
April 1: The Eagles are "willing to trade" cornerback Brandon Boykin, according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero.
April 1: The Buccaneers hosted offensive lineman Dan Connolly for a visit.
March 31: The Raiders have released defensive end Antonio Smith and rumor has it that the Texans could be interested in a reunion.
March 31: Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Bears are hosting RB Jacquizz Rodgers for a visit.
March 31: Dolphins are bringing in running back Stevan Ridley for a visit, per Ian Rapoport.
March 30: 49ers reportedly hosted free agent linebacker Philip Wheeler.
March 30: Tackle Joseph Barksdale is one of the top free agents remaining, and while the Titans remain interested, they're likely focusing on the draft now before turning their attention back to him.
March 30: Rolando McClain is visiting the Patriots after little movement in contract talks with the Cowboys.
March 30: Free agent center Chris Myers is visiting with the Seahawks on Monday.
March 30: Matt Schaub should land with a new team "this week," with the Jets, Ravens and Falcons among the interested parties.
March 30: Brandon Copeland visited the Bengals, while Brandon Tate and Jason Campbell are still on the team's radar for re-signing.
March 30: Offensive lineman Tim Barnes is visiting the Chiefs on Monday.
March 30: The 49ers already signed Torrey Smith, but the team is bringing in Hakeem Nicks for a visit.
March 30: The Packers are still trying to re-sign B.J. Raji, but it's unclear what that will take.
March 30: Wide receiver Miles Austin is once again looking for a new team, and may have found that team in the Philadelphia Eagles.
March 29: Veteran linebacker Desmond Bishop will visit the 49ers.
March 29: Bills GM Doug Whaley hopes LB Brandon Spikes is back in Buffalo next season.
March 29: Looking to bounce back after ACL surgery, running back Steven Ridley will start meeting with teams this week.
March 29: LB Erin Henderson will meet with the Jets.
March 29: Former Bears linebacker Lance Briggs is set to visit the 49ers.
March 29: Shoulder surgery might be the reason center Stefan Wisniewski hasn't been able to find a new team yet. The former Raider previously visited with the Seahawks and Bucs, and has received interest from the Rams and Chiefs.
March 28: Ben Ijalana visited with the Panthers. He's dealt with significant injuries in the past but Carolina needs help at the tackle position.
March 28: Free agent linebacker Rolando McClain and the Cowboys have "drastically different" numbers in mind for a new deal.
March 27: Santana Moss is still a free agent but Washington could re-sign him, though waiting until after the draft is a possibility.
March 27: The Packers are trying to re-sign Letroy Guion, but he visited with the Seahawks on Friday.
March 27: The Colts, Lions, Buccaneers and Ravens could be in play for Jonathan Martin.
March 26: Brandon Copeland will visit four of the 11 teams interested in him after the NFL Veteran Combine.
March 26: The Packers are still trying to get Letroy Guion re-signed.
March 26: Offensive lineman Steve Schilling, defensive lineman Demarcus Dobbs and quarterback Tarvaris Jackson are three Seahawks free agents the team could still re-sign.
March 26: Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said he has no interest in free agent running back Ray Rice.
March 26: Free agent linebacker Brandon Magee is participating in spring training with the Red Sox, but insists he's committed to his NFL career. He was waived by the Buccaneers on Wednesday.
March 25: Michael Crabtree is "willing to take however long it takes" to find the right deal and the right team.
March 24: Are the New York Jets looking to add a tight end in former Detroit Lions player Kellen Davis?
March 24: The Vikings had linebacker Casey Matthews visit Minnesota, according to Ian Rapoport.
March 23: Greg Jennings still has something to offer NFL teams, and the Jaguars are interested, says GM Dave Caldwell.
March 23: The Lions have reached out to left guard Rob Sims, who has started 80 consecutive games with the team. He hasn't drawn much interest on the open market.
March 23: Rob Housler is still on the market, but maybe not for long. He's had discussions with the Browns, and there's a mutual interest.
March 23: The 49ers are looking at a number of linebackers, including Lance Briggs and Mason Foster.
March 23: Spencer Paysinger likely won't be back with the Giants, and is visiting with the Jets on Tuesday.
March 23: The 49ers are among the teams who are visiting with linebacker Erin Henderson.
March 23: The Packers have made it clear they want B.J. Raji back.
March 23: Gary Kubiak mentioned free agent centers Will Montgomery, Chris Myers, Scott Wells and Samson Satele as possible Broncos targets.
March 23: Could Ike Taylor and Larry Foote both decide to call it quits?
March 22: The Dolphins reportedly met with Greg Jennings.
March 22: Greg Jennings met with the Panthers.
March 21: Safety Taylor Mays visited with the Vikings, but left without a deal.
March 21: Anthony Spencer is a free agent and at this point, he's not expected back with the Cowboys.
March 21: One Packers writer thinks the team will not bring back Greg Jennings, and that B.J. Raji will re-sign on a one-year deal.
March 20: Adrian Peterson and the Cardinals could be a match.
March 19: Free agent linebacker Joe Mays is getting his first known visit of the offseason since being released by the Chiefs. He's visiting with the Chargers.
March 19: Could the San Diego Chargers be bulking up the line with OT Chris Hairston?
March 19: Ian Rapoport is indicating that defensive back Sterling Moore will quite possibly be with the Bucs.
March 19: Dolphins hosting Tavaris Jackson, Michael Crabtree and J.D. Walton on Thursday, per Ian Rapoport.
March 18: Tight end Jacob Tamme is weighing offers from the Broncos and Falcons, per Mike Klis.
March 18: Bengals safety Taylor Mays has a visit scheduled for Thursday with the Vikings.
March 18: Jermaine Gresham has been diagnosed with a herniated disc, per Ian Rapoport.
March 18: Free agent offensive tackle Garrett Reynolds is visiting the Rams. Reynolds is one of the few starting-caliber tackles left on the market and the Rams are needy at the position.
March 18: The Buccaneers think trading Doug Martin for Adrian Peterson would be a fair swap, provided Peterson is willing to take a pay cut.
March 18: Former Browns defensive lineman Ahtyba Rubin is visiting with the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.
March 18: Santonio Holmes wants to finish his NFL career with the team that drafted him and made him a star: The Pittsburgh Steelers.
March 18: Wes Welker could end up with the Green Bay Packers, making his last three quarterbacks Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers. Whew.
March 17: The Bills signed Charles Clay to a five-year $38 million offer sheet that the Dolphins now have five days to match.
March 17: The Eagles continue to shop Matt Barkley, and if he's traded, there's a "80 percent chance" they'll reportedly sign Tim Tebow to replace him.
March 17: The Cowboys are now the front-runner to land DE Greg Hardy, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 17: The Titans and Rams are still competing for the services of right tackle Joseph Barksdale, according to ESPN's Adam Caplan.
March 16: The Eagles are reportedly shopping third-string quarterback Matt Barkley. It's believed that the team seeks a late-round pick.
March 16: Tim Tebow worked out for the Eagles, though the team does not plan to sign him at this time.
March 16: Justin Blalock visited with the Lions and Titans, but it's unclear where he'll go next. He's one of the top remaining guards on the open market.
March 16: Linebacker Nate Irving is visiting with the Colts on Monday.
March 16: Quarterback Josh Freeman had a recent workout with the Jets and looked good. There are other teams in on him, too.
March 16: The cornerback-needy 49ers will play host to Sterling Moore, despite signing Shareece Wright recently.
March 16: The Colts will not be one of the teams in on Vince Wilfork.
March 16: Sterling Moore is visiting the Steelers.
March 16: The Ravens are showing interest in Tramon Williams.
March 16: Cecil Shorts is is visiting the Texans.
March 16: Patrick Robinson not closing door on the Saints as he visits the Steelers.
March 16: Cowboys "never thought" about matching the Eagles' offer.
March 16: The Bears have expressed interest in free agent center Samson Satele.
March 15: After losing out on Michael Johnson, the Vikings are showing interest in defensive end George Selvie.
March 15: Cornerback Tramon Williams is in Cleveland to visit the Browns.
March 15: Could Sam Bradford be on the move again, this time to Tennessee?
March 15: The Giants need safety help and continue to talk with Stevie Brown about a return next season.
March 15: The Browns are making a strong push at Dwayne Bowe this weekend.
March 15: Cornerback Keenan Lewis wants to stay with the Saints.
March 14: Is Charles Clay headed to Buffalo? The Dolphins are reportedly losing patience.
March 14: The Chargers visited with Stevie Johnson, but have also shown interest in Cecil Shorts and Michael Crabtree.
March 14: The Bills are still working on an offer sheet for tight end Charles Clay. Miami hit Clay with the transition tag this offseason.
March 14 : The Cardinals will "offer a high draft pick" for Adrian Peterson if he becomes available.
March 14: Despite serious issues at the cornerback position, it looks like the 49ers have made no effort to re-sign free agent Perrish Cox.
March 14: One of the most reliable interior linemen in recent years, Justin Blalock has his options. He had a "good" visit with the Lions and is drawing interest in the Rams and Titans.
March 14: There's been very little reported interest for receiver Michael Crabtree throughout free agency but the market seems to be picking up. Both Washington and the Chargers are showing interest.
March 14: The Browns don't seem likely to sign free agent receiver Cecil Shorts.
March 14: Tight end Rob Housler is one of the few intriguing tight ends on the market, but he recently left Atlanta without a contract.
March 13: Stevie Johnson also visited the Chargers, and should make a decision on his future "in coming days."
March 13: Teams continue to deny they're interested in Greg Hardy -- the latest to do so: the Raiders.
March 13: Reggie Bush visited with the Patriots, but left without an offer.
March 13: Of course, Mike Wallace seems to be unhappy about his trade to the Vikings. The
March 13: The Rams are still interested in re-signing Joe Barksdale, who is the top offensive tackle on the open market at this stage.
March 13: Percy Harvin to the Bills may not be a done deal, as 49ers could be in on the wide receiver.
March 13: The Patriots appear to be one of the teams interested in signing wide receiver Stevie Johnson.
March 13: Michael Crabtree has no interest in re-signing with the 49ers despite very little reported interest on the open market thus far.
March 13: It looks like Ponder is joining the Raiders on a one-year deal.
March 13: Raiders are visiting with Christian Ponder, per Mike Garafolo.
March 13: Frank Gore reportedly is attempting to recruit Vince Wilfork to the Colts.
March 13: Pats Pulpit reports that the NFL is investigating the Jets for tampering with former New England cornerback Darrelle Revis.
March 13: Former Rams offensive tackle Joe Barksdale could be an option for the Titans, according to Terry McCormick.
March 13: Reggie Bush is visiting with the Patriots, per Field Yates.
March 13: Jeron Johnson to visit Washington, per Rand Getlin.
March 13: Scott Chandler narrows his decision between Ravens and Patriots.
March 13: Percy Harvin is seriously looking at signing with the Bills.
March 13: The Browns are interested in Dwayne Bowe, according to Adam Caplan.
March 12: Could the Raiders be interested in Greg Hardy?
March 12: Derrick Morgan visited the Bucs a day after meeting with the Falcons.
March 12: The Jets are closing in on a four-year deal with former Chargers safety Marcus Gilchrist.
March 12: There's a couple trade rumors percolating around the league -- the Vikings are possibly interested in moving wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson, and the Eagles could be interested in trading Evan Mathis.
March 12: Cleveland could be filling one of its wide receiver needs with Stevie Johnson, though the 49ers, who just released him, are still in play.
March 12: The market for defensive tackle Vince Wilfork is heating up, with three teams having made offers of $10 million over two years.
March 12: The Jets have a hole at wide receiver, and they're looking into Cecil Shorts to provide some relief.
March 12: 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver is visiting with Washington, a day after ... 49ers cornerback Perrish Cox visited with Washington.
March 12: Will Nate Allen end up wearing silver and black as a Raider?
March 12: The Browns are hosting Charles Clay for a visit.
March 12: Jordan Cameron will be visiting the Dolphins, according to reports.
March 12: Brandon Browner and the Saints might become a new item, per Ian Rapoport.
March 12: Is DeMarco Murray playing the Eagles & Cowboys against each other?
March 12: Baltimore and Justin Forsett are still talking about a contract.
March 12: Former Falcons guard Justin Blalock is visiting the Lions.
March 12: Washington is one of several suitors for CB Brandon Browner.
March 11: C.J. Spiller is visiting the Saints.
March 11: The Seahawks are hosting Stefan Wisniewski for a visit. He could be a replacement for Max Unger who was traded to New Orleans in the Jimmy Graham deal.
March 11: Murray has a visit scheduled with the Eagles on Thursday.
March 11: The Eagles are now "very much" in play for DeMarco Murray.
March 11: The Cowboys are showing interest in DE Derrick Morgan.
March 11: Antrel Rolle has visited with the Bears, but there is no official agreement in place yet. (He signed with Chicago).
March 11: Washington is one of at least eight teams pursuing S Ron Parker.
March 11: The Lions are reportedly one of the teams in the running for OG Justin Blalock.
March 11: James Harrison is interested in joining the Titans.
March 11: Antonio Cromartie is probably going to sign with the Jets, after being recruited by Darrelle Revis.
March 11: S Rahim Moore is visiting the Texans.
March 11: LB Curtis Lofton and nose tackle Dan Williams are set to sign with the Raiders.
March 11: The Texans could trade Ryan Fitzpatrick to the Jets.
March 11: Frank Gore is gone, and now Reggie Bush is visiting the 49ers.
March 11: DeAngelo Williams will visit the Steelers on Friday.
March 11: Brandon Browner is visiting the Saints on Wednesday.
March 11: DeMarco Murray will likely decide between the Cowboys and Jags.
March 11: With Ndamukong Suh headed to Miami, the Dolphins are releasing DT Randy Starks.
March 11: Antonio Cromartie is expected to choose between the Jets and Cardinals.
March 11: The Browns are showing interest in Perrish Cox and Brandon Browner to replace Buster Skrine.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Former Broncos DT Terrance Knighton will visit the Redskins on Wednesday.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Jason Worilds has decided to walk away from the NFL at 27 and retire.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Darrelle Revis has signed with the Jets.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Henry Melton will visit the Tampa Bay Bucs
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Percy Harvin will kick off his free agent tour with a visit to the Bills.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Add the Jaguars to the growing list of teams interested in RB DeMarco Murray.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Patriots are interested in RB C.J. Spiller, but their interest isn't serious at this point.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Darrelle Revis has an offer for $48 million over three years, with $40 million guaranteed.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Rex Ryan may be trying to reunite with Darrelle Revis in Buffalo.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Raiders are also among the teams interested in Murray.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): DeMarco Murray to the Eagles? There is reportedly mutual interest.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Add Houston to the list of teams interested in Vince Wilfork.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Bills are making a push to sign Miami tight end Charles Clay who was tagged with the transition tag.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Offensive tackle Orlando Franklin has agreed to a five-year deal with the Chargers worth $36.5 million and $20 million guaranteed.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Wide receiver Dwayne Harris will re-sign with the Cowboys on a five-year deal, according to reports.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Quarterback Shaun Hill is headed to Minnesota, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Raiders are targeting tight ends. Lee Smith, formerly of the Bills, is expected to signed with Oakland, and the team is bringing Jermaine Gresham in for a visit, according to Adam Schefter.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Colts have re-signed safety Mike Adams to a two-year deal, according to Adam Schefter.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Rams and Eagles are "close" to a deal that would send Sam Bradford to Philadelphia, Nick Foles to St. Louis.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Saints will trade Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks, according to reports.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Cornerback Buster Skrine is expected to sign with the Jets, according to ESPN.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Haloti Ngata is headed to the Lions in a trade for a fourth- and fifth-round pick, according to reports.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): The Falcons are expected to sign linebackers Brooks Reed and Justin Durant, according to Adam Schefter.
March 10 (post 4 p.m. start): Owen Daniels is headed to the Denver Broncos, according to Adam Schefter.
March 10: LaMarr Woodley could be making his way to the Arizona Cardinals, per reports.
March 10: The Raiders are rumored to be signing a recent Super Bowl MVP this week. Could it be Malcolm Smith?
March 10: The Jaguars continue to pay in free agency, and reportedly reached an agreement with cornerback Davon House.
March 10: Darrelle Revis is already drawing interest from a handful of teams, including the Cleveland Browns.
March 10: The Titans have inquired about the possibility of adding Greg Hardy.
March 10: The Cowboys could still bring back DeMarco Murray, but if not, the sweepstakes for the NFL's rushing champ is expected to be between the Jaguars, Cardinals and Buccaneers.
March 10: Two former free agent prizes for the Dolphins, Dannell Ellerbe and Phillip Wheeler, are now on the trading block.
March 10: The Chiefs could lose Kurt Coleman and Ron Parker in free agency, but that's not so bad after they agreed to a deal with safety Tyvon Branch.
March 9: Add the Colts to the list of teams interested in Brian Orakpo.
March 9: The Falcons have interest in adding running back Justin Forsett.
March 9: The Seahawks reportedly won a four team race for former Eagle Cary Williams.
March 9: The Jaguars are willing to "overspend" in order to land tight end Julius Thomas.
March 9: Frank Gore is reconsidering his decision to sign with the Eagles. The Colts are now in play.
March 9: The Eagles re-signed Brandon Graham to a four-year, $26 million deal.
March 9: The Patriots declined to pick up Darrelle Revis' option, but they are still trying to work out a new deal with the cornerback. He'll have plenty of suitors in free agency including his former team, the Jets.
March 9: It's a weak, weak quarterback class but Rams backup Shaun Hill is drawing interest from both the Cowboys and the Raiders. He's been a dependable backup in the past.
March 9: The Raiders are in on yet another big free agent in tight end Jermaine Gresham and they might actually get this one! If not, the Browns are interested.
March 9: Chris Culliver should have plenty of suitors as one of the better cornerbacks on the market, and the Jets are one of the teams to show interest in him thus far.
March 9: The offensive tackle market is drying up quick, as the Jaguars took Jermey Parnell off of it with a five-year, $32 million contract.
March 9: The market was surprisingly strong for wide receiver/returner Ted Ginn, who visited with several teams but signed with the Carolina Panthers on Monday.
March 9: After reported interest on Sunday, it sounds like the Jaguars and free agent Jared Odrick have agreed to terms on a deal.
March 9: The Jets have been very active, at least as far as the rumor mill is concerned. You can add interest in Houston quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to that list.
March 9: Mike Iupati has drawn plenty of interest this offseason, but the Jets are "aggressively" targeting the free agent left guard.
March 9: The Buccaneers are interested in Browns defensive end Jabaal Sheard.
March 9: Former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk is reportedly visiting with the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday.
March 9: Pass rushers are flying off the market, including Pernell McPhee, who reportedly has a deal in place with the Chicago Bears.
March 9: The Tennessee Titans have reportedly inquired about pass rusher Brandon Graham.
March 9: The Oakland Raiders have a lot of cap room and will reportedly spend some of it making Rodney Hudson the NFL's highest-paid center on Tuesday.
March 9: One of the most coveted pass rushers set to hit free agency, Jerry Hughes, will stick with the Buffalo Bills instead on a five-year, $45 million deal.
March 8: Big move for the Patriots as top safety Devin McCourty is expected to return to New England.
March 8: Jeremy Maclin will reportedly head back to his home state as he's planning to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs.
March 8: Mark Sanchez is not only returning to Philadelphia, he could reportedly earn up to $16 million on his two-year deal.
March 8: Tennessee is among the teams interested in LB Jason Worilds. He would be reunited with former Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau.
March 8: The Titans are in search of a starting quarterback and have shown interest in Mark Sanchez.
March 8: WOW! CB Byron Maxwell and the Eagles have reportedly agreed to a five-year, $54 million contract.
March 8: The Eagles are "definitely involved" with free agent OL Orlando Franklin.
March 8: Bears, Colts, Raiders and the Washington NFL team are all in the running for DT Terrance Knighton.
March 8: The Jaguars are said to be the favorite for TE Julius Thomas.
March 8: DT Jared Odrick and the Jaguars getting cozy?
March 8: Just how interested are the 49ers in Torrey Smith? "Very interested" according to one report.
March 8: The Colts signed veteran guard Todd Herremans to a one-year deal.
March 8: The Eagles remain in the lead for Byron Maxwell and are reportedly prepared to pony up $10 million per year for the cornerback.
March 8: Jeremy Maclin returning to the Eagles is "very possible," according to Yahoo's Charles Robinson.
March 8: If the Bills aren't able to work out a contract extension with Jerry Hughes, several others teams are interested in his services, including the Bears, Jets, Giants and Jaguars.
March 8: The Vikings have reportedly reached out to former Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk. Minnesota also plans to pursue safety Rahim Moore.
March 7: The Eagles might turn to longtime 49ers running back Frank Gore to fill their backfield needs, with Philadelphia showing serious interest in the 10-year NFL veteran.
March 7: The Raiders may have missed out on Randall Cobb with him headed back to Green Bay, but Oakland has interest in Cincinnati tight end Jermaine Gresham
March 7: Jeremy Maclin is reportedly seeking a deal worth $11 million per year. The Eagles have some ground to make up as they are offering $9 million per season.
March 7: Are the Raiders the favorite to land Randall Cobb? You could make a strong argument they are based on the reports thus far. Late update: NOPE!
March 7: The Eagles are reportedly in the lead for Seattle free agent cornerback Byron Maxwell. Maxwell may not be the only target in the secondary, however, as safety Devin McCourty is also reportedly as a "top priority" for Philadelphia.
March 7: The Texans are already "making a run" at receivers Randall Cobb and Jeremy Maclin, and could also target Torrey Smith as well. This would be to replace Andre Johnson.
March 7: Re-signing with the Packers could cost Randall Cobb $1-2 million per year less than compared to what he can get elsewhere.
March 7: It sounds like the Falcons have been trying hard to get Sean Weatherspoon re-signed before free agency, but it's looking more and more like this won't happen. He'd be a big name to hit the open market. More than that, Weatherspoon is already "leaning toward" signing with the Cardinals.
March 7: While re-signing Ryan Mallett is a goal for the Houston Texans, the team also considers free agent quarterback Brian Hoyer a target to potentially compete with Ryan Fitzpatrick.
March 7: C.J. Spiller is expected to get interest from the Cardinals, Dolphins, Eagles, Jets, Lions, Patriots, Washington and 49ers.
March 7: Will Mark Sanchez and the Eagles stay together? They'd reportedly like to.
March 7: Baltimore and Haloti Ngata are trying to hammer out a new contract that reduces his cap hit.
March 7: The Patriots are not expected to pick up Darrelle Revis' option, and a bidding war with the Jets could result.
March 7: The Giants are interested in RT Joe Barksdale.
March 6: St. Louis wasn't able to get a deal done with RT Joe Barksdale, and he'll test free agency.
March 6: The Jets will release WR Percy Harvin.
March 6: Chargers sign WR Jacoby Jones to a two-year deal.
March 6: Seahawks expected to be suitors for TE Julius Thomas.
March 6: CB Tramon Williams rejected a two-year deal to stay with the Packers.
March 6: Packers CB Davon House is expected to test the free agent market.
March 6: Raiders will not re-sign center Stefan Wisniewski.
March 6: Safety Tyvon Branch is visiting with the Chiefs, right after his meeting with Washington.
March 6: CB Cary Williams will visit the Titans and Jets.
March 6: LB Brooks Reed is not expected back with the Texans.
March 6: Washington will let Brian Orakpo walk. The Falcons could be interested.
March 6: OL Todd Heremanns is visiting the Colts.
March 5: Harry Douglas is going to pay the Tennessee Titans a visit as he makes the rounds prior to free agency.
March 5: As Brandon Marshall's name continues to come up amid a number of rumors, the New York Jets are reportedly interested in the possibility of bringing in the playmaker.
March 5: The Bills aren't done. They are showing a reported interest in free agent guard Mike Iupati and linebacker David Harris.
March 5: With the McCoy trade behind them, the Eagles are looking at shoring up their secondary. They're going after Devin McCourty, Jason Worilds and Byron Maxell. The Giants also reportedly have interest in McCourty, per Dianna Marie Russini of NBC4 Washington, D.C.
March 5: The 49ers have some interest in re-signing Michael Crabtree. One NFL exec says Crabtree's worth $4 million to $5 million per year, but expects some to price him higher, according to CSN Bay Area.
March 5: The Jets are willing to give Darrelle Revis "anything he wants."
March 5: Add the Patriots to the list of teams reportedly interested in Brian Hartline, the sneaky athletic, blue collar receiver from the Dolphins (sound familiar?).
March 5: Brian Hartline is meeting with the Texans, following meetings with the Bears and Browns.
March 5: Trent Cole will be visiting the Buccaneers after the Eagles cut him.
March 4: The Raiders want Randall Cobb.
March 4: The 49ers reportedly have interest in free agent edge rusher Trent Cole.
March 4: Eagles expected to keep linebacker DeMeco Ryans, per reports.
March 4: C.J. Spiller has already garnered a lot of interest from around the league. Reports indicate that the Cardinals, Jets, Dolphins and 49ers are potential suitors at this time.
March 4: Philadelphia reportedly plans to make Steelers OLB Jason Worilds a priority in free agency.
March 4: Safety Tyvon Branch is scheduled to meet with the Colts on Wednesday.
March 4: Plenty of reports suggest that the Eagles are considering a trade up in the draft for Mariota.
March 4: Are the Eagles interested in RB Mark Ingram?
March 4: Darnell Dockett is choosing between the 49ers and a return to the Cardinals. The Rams are also said to be interested.
Ndamukong Suh signs with the Dolphins
March 8: It's done. Suh and the Dolphins reportedly agreed to a six-year, $114 million deal with $60 million guaranteed.
March 6: Reports say the Dolphins are "confident" they can land Suh.
March 5: Adam Schefter says the Raiders will make Randall Cobb and Julius Thomas a priority over Ndamukong Suh.
March 5: Raiders planning a free agent visit with Suh next week.
March 5: Suh to the Dolphins talk is "very real."
March 4: The Colts and Dolphins will reportedly pursue defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
March 2: Washington is interested in Ndamukong Suh.