An Early NFL Offseason Recap

An Early NFL Offseason Recap

Now more than 10 days old, our look at players who were added, subtracted, retained, or still remain in the balance with every NFL franchise this offseason.



Arizona Cardinals

Not a lot of new faces to speak of just yet, but the Cardinals still have 12 free agents still without a home for 2022. Christian Kirk and Chandler Jones priced themselves out of favor pretty quickly, but keeping Conner and Ertz in tow keeps the ship afloat. It’ll be a big draft for the Cardinals.

In: Nick Vigil (LB, MIN)

Back: James Conner (RB), Zach Ertz (TE), Maxx Williams (TE), Colt McCoy (QB), Dennis Gardeck (LB), Michael Dogbe (DE), Andy Lee (P), Aaron Brewer (LS), Ezekiel Turner (LB)

Out: Christian Kirk (WR), Chandler Jones (OLB), Chase Edmonds (RB), Jordan Hicks (LB), Jordan Phillips (DT)

Still Remaining


Atlanta Falcons

Obviously the story here is the QB. Matt Ryan exits ATL after 14 solid seasons, making way for Marcus Mariota, who may be tasked with steering a sinking ship in 2022. There are some likable pieces on this roster (Pitts, Jarrett, Terrell), but it feels like this season is a setup for 2023.

In: Marcus Mariota (QB, LV), Casey Hayward (CB, LV), Lorenzo Carter (DE, NYG), Damien Williams (RB, CHI), Elijah Wilkinson (G, CHI), Jalen Tabor (CB, CHI), Khadarel Hodge (WR, DET)

Back: Cordarrelle Patterson (RB), Younghoe Koo (K), Isaiah Oliver (CB), Colby Gossett (G), Erik Harris (S)

Out: Matt Ryan (QB), Foyesade Oluokun (LB), Russell Gage (WR), Josh Harris (LS), Hayden Hurst (TE), Dante Fowler Jr. (DE), Duron Harmon (S)

Still Remaining


Baltimore Ravens

It feels like the Ravens are still a move or two away this offseason, though the two new additions are seismic upgrades. The elephant in the room that is Lamar Jackson’s next contract still looms over the franchise, but they’ll be relevant in 2022 regardless.

In: Marcus Williams (S, NO), Morgan Moses (OT, NYJ), 

Back: Patrick Ricard (FB), Tony Jefferson (S)

Out: Anthony Averett (CB), Bradley Bozeman (G), Chris Board (LB), Justin Ellis (DT)

Still Remaining


Buffalo Bills

For a team that was seconds from an AFC Championship berth, the Bills certainly added a lot of new faces this offseason. There was a concerted effort to flip the defensive line, and at least some of the right side of the offensive line, and Buffalo has successfully done so (at least on paper). 

In: Von Miller (OLB, LAR), DaQuan Jones (DT, CAR), Tim Settle (DT, WAS), Rodger Saffold (G, TEN), Jordan Phillips (DL, ARI), O.J. Howard (TE, TB), Jamison Crowder (WR, NYJ), Duke Johnson (RB, MIA), Greg Mancz (OL, MIA), Marquel Lee (LB, LV), Case Keenum (QB, CLE)

Back: Taiwan Jones (RB), Isaiah McKenzie (WR), Jake Kumerow (WR), Siran Neal (S), Tyrel Dodson (LB)

Out: Harrison Phillips (DT), Mitchell Trubisky (QB), Levi Wallace (CB), Jon Feliciano (G), Vernon Butler (DT), Efe Obada (DE), Matt Breida (RB)

Still Remaining


Carolina Panthers

Despite a QB situation that remains in question, the Panthers have been active both in adding new faces, and retaining many of their own. Two large losses on the defensive line could loom large for 2022 however.

In: Austin Corbett (G, LAR), Xavier Woods (S, MIN), Johnny Hekker (P, LAR), Damien Wilson (LB, JAX),  Matthew Ioannidis (DE, WAS), Bradley Bozeman (OL, BAL), Rashard Higgins (WR, CLE)

Back: Donte Jackson (CB), Brandon Zylstra (WR), Rashaan Melvin (CB), Juston Burris (S), Ian Thomas (TE), Frankie Luvu (LB), Marquis Haynes (DE), Zane Gonzalez (K), J.J. Jansen (LS), Julian Stanford (LB)

Out: Haason Reddick (OLB), DaQuan Jones (DT), Ameer Abdullah (RB), Jermaine Carter (LB)

Still Remaining


Chicago Bears

A new front office and coaching staff generally means plenty of turnover, and that’s exactly what 2022 seems to be looking like in Chicago. A purge year generally precedes a big push year, and with draft capital, a rising salary cap, and a potential franchise QB in tow, the Bears could be setting themselves up nicely after this season.

In: Justin Jones (DT, LAC), Al-Quadin Muhammad (DE, IND), Lucas Patrick (G, GB), Byron Pringle (WR, KC), Trevor Siemian (QB, NO), Nicholas Morrow (LB, LV), Khari Blasingame (FB, TEN), Equanimeous St. Brown (WR, GB)

Back: DeAndre Houston-Carson (S), Patrick Scales (LS)

Out: Khalil Mack (OLB), Allen Robinson (WR), James Daniels (G), Jakeem Grant (WR), Bilal Nichols (DE), Pat O'Donnell (P), Artie Burns (CB), Alex Bars (G), Damien Williams (RB), Joel Iyiegbuniwe (LB), Elijah Wilkinson (G), Jalen Tabor (CB), Deon Bush (S)

Still Remaining


Cincinnati Bengals

Rebuild the offense line, and keep as many other players as possible. It was a pretty simple gameplan for Cincy heading into March, and thus far the results look extremely favorable. They’ll look to fill a few defensive holes in the draft, but should be right back at it come Semptember.

In: Alex Cappa (G, TB), La'el Collins (OT, DAL), Ted Karras (C, NE), Hayden Hurst (TE, ATL)

Back: Jessie Bates III (S), B.J. Hill (DT), Clark Harris (LS), Eli Apple (CB), Josh Tupou (DT), Brandon Allen (QB), Michael Thomas (S), Mike Thomas (WR), Stanley Morgan (WR)

Out: C.J. Uzomah (TE), Darius Phillips (CB), Fred Johnson (G)

Still Remaining


Cleveland Browns

After underachieving according to most in 2021, the Browns will look wildly different for the upcoming season, most notably of course at the QB & WR positions. Cleveland continues to negotiate with many of their TBD free agents, hoping to build out a deep roster come camp.

In: Deshaun Watson (QB, HOU), Amari Cooper (WR, DAL), Chase Winovich (DE, NE), Jakeem Grant (WR, CHI), Jacoby Brissett (QB, MIA), Taven Bryan (DT, JAX)

Back: David Njoku (TE), Anthony Walker Jr. (LB), Chris Hubbard (OT), Austin Hooper (TE), Andy Janovich (FB), M.J. Stewart (CB), Rashard Higgins (WR)

Out: Case Keenum (QB)

Still Remaining


Dallas Cowboys

On paper it looks like the Cowboys retained the majority of their expired contracts and are primed to run it back in 2022. But the quality of players that were let go either via trade or release this offseason are certain to have an impact on Dallas one way or another. 

In: Dante Fowler Jr. (DE, ATL), James Washington (WR, PIT)

Back: Dalton Schultz (TE), Michael Gallup (WR), Malik Hooker (S), Jake McQuaide (LS), Noah Brown (WR), Jeremy Sprinkle (TE), Dorance Armstrong (DE), Jayron Kearse (S), Bryan Anger (P), Leighton Vander Esch (LB), Luke Gifford (LB), Carlos Watkins (DE)

Out: Amari Cooper (WR), Randy Gregory (DE), Cedrick Wilson (WR), La'el Collins (OT), Connor Williams (G), Greg Zuerlein (K)

Still Remaining


Denver Broncos

Denver made maybe the biggest splash of the offseason, processing a 10 piece trade to acquire QB Russell Wilson from the Seahawks. They backed it up with significant adds to the defensive side of the ball , and may not be done in that regard.

In: Russell Wilson (QB, DEN), Randy Gregory (OLB, DAL), D.J. Jones (DT, SF), K'Waun Williams (CB, SF), Tom Compton (G, SF), Alex Singleton (LB, PHI), Billy Turner (G, GB)

Back: DeShawn Williams (WR), Josey Jewell (LB), Andrew Beck (FB)

Out: Drew Lock (QB), Noah Fant (TE), Shelby Harris (DT), Teddy Bridgewater (QB), Micah Kiser (LB), Austin Schlottmann (G)

Still Remaining


Detroit Lions

The Lions haven’t made any “splashy” new signings, but did retain an awful lot of their 2021 pieces. Will they all collectively take another step forward this season, or will it be much of the same, and a bridge to a more brash rebuild - starting at the QB position in 2023.

In: DJ Chark (WR, JAX), Mike Hughes (CB, KC), Chris Board (LB, BAL), Jarrad Davis (LB, NYJ)

Back: Charles Harris (DE), Tracy Walker (S), Josh Reynolds (WR), Kalif Raymond (WR), Jason Cabinda (FB), Alex Anzalone (LB), Evan Brown (OL), Tim Boyle (QB), C.J. Moore (S), Shaun-Dion Hamilton (LB)

Out: Jalen Reeves-Maybin (OLB), Khadarel Hodge (WR)

Still Remaining


Green Bay Packers

Obviously much of the attention for this team has been placed on Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams this winter, but the Packers have seen 9 notable players exit the roster this month, with just two new faces added to the mix. Green Bay almost always waits a few weeks to get into the free agent pool, but there’s work to be done here to get deeper for 2022.

In: Jarran Reed (DT, KC), Pat O'Donnell (P, CHI)

Back: Aaron Rodgers (QB), De'Vondre Campbell (OLB), Rasul Douglas (CB), Robert Tonyan Jr. (TE)

Out: Davante Adams (WR), Za'Darius Smith (OLB), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (WR), Equanimeous St. Brown (WR), Lucas Patrick (G), Oren Burks (LB), Isaac Yiadom (CB), Chandon Sullivan (CB), Billy Turner (G)

Still Remaining


Houston Texans

The team of a few dozen 1 year contracts last offseason is right back at it in 2022. Plenty of players were retained, but to say this is an improved team on paper would be nearsighted. The large move of course was the trade away of their franchise QB, signaling a new era in Houston.

In: Blake Cashman (LB, NYJ), A.J. Cann (G, JAX), Jalen Reeves-Maybin (OLB, DET), Andy Janovich (FB, CLE), Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (OLB, LAR), Dare Ogunbowale (RB, JAX), Kyle Allen (QB, WAS), M.J. Stewart (CB, CLE), Scott Quessenberry (C, LAC), Isaac Yiadom (CB, GB)

Back: Maliek Collins (LB), Christian Kirksey (LB), Justin Britt (OL), Desmond King (CB), Pharaoh Brown (TE), Rex Burkhead (RB), Chris Conley (WR), Tae Davis (LB), Chris Moore (WR), Jeff Driskel (QB), Jon Weeks (LS), Antony Auclair (TE), Terrence Brooks (S), Kamu Grugier-Hill (OLB), Royce Freeman (RB), Neville Hewitt (LB)

Out: Deshaun Watson (QB), Justin Reid (S), Jake Martin (OLB), Tyrod Taylor (QB), A.J. Moore (S), Terrance Mitchell (CB), Geron Christian (T)

Still Remaining


Indianapolis Colts

The Colts have done all of their damage via the trade, sending a QB & A CB away, while bringing back a pass rusher and a new QB in the process. They’ve yet to dip into the free agency pool, but with cap space and needs, they’ll get after it soon.

In: Matt Ryan (QB, ATL), Yannick Ngakoue (DE, LV), 

Back: Tyquan Lewis (DT), Matt Pryor (OT), Zaire Franklin (OLB), Mo Alie-Cox (TE)

Out: Carson Wentz (QB), Rock Ya-Sin (CB), Mark Glowinski (G), George Odum (S), Al-Quadin Muhammad (DE), Zach Pascal (WR)

Still Remaining


Jacksonville Jaguars

Stop me if you’ve heard this already: The Jaguars are adding & spending a lot this free agency season. They’re certainly not being shy, but I wouldn’t say they’re “recklessly overpaying” either. They’re doing what a bad, small market, team has to do once they have their QB in place on a rookie contract and deem it “go time”. Will they all be slam dunks? Not even close. But there’s reason to believe Jacksonville can take a big step forward in 2022.

In: Christian Kirk (WR, ARI), Brandon Scherff (OG, WAS), Foyesade Oluokun (LB, ATL), Darious Williams (CB, LAR), Foley Fatukasi (DT, NYJ), Zay Jones (WR, LV), Evan Engram (TE, NYG)

Back: Cam Robinson (OT), Will Richardson (T), Tyler Shatley (OL), Laquon Treadwell (WR), Tre Herndon (CB)

Out: Myles Jack (LB), Andrew Norwell (OG), DJ Chark (WR), A.J. Cann (OG), Damien Wilson (OLB), Taven Bryan (DT), Dare Ogunbowale (RB), Jihad Ward (NYG), Jacob Hollister (TE)

Still Remaining


Kansas City Chiefs

Well we certainly didn’t see this one coming. The Chiefs shocked us all by moving on from stud WR Tyreek Hill, but at least have two notable signings at the position to ease the pain for now. They’re at least one addition in their secondary away from being comfortable, though a few notable pieces would make sense.

In: Justin Reid (S, HOU), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (WR, GB), JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR, PIT), Geron Christian (OT, HOU), Jermaine Carter (LB, CAR), Ronald Jones II (RB, TB), Deon Bush (S, CHI)

Back: Orlando Brown Jr. (OT)m Chad Henne (QB), Josh Gordon (WR), Michael Burton (FB), Derrick Nnadi (DT), Blake Bell (TE), Andrew Wylie (OT)

Out: Tyreek Hill (WR), Charvarius Ward (CB), Byron Pringle (WR), Austin Blythe (G), Jarran Reed (DT), Mike Hughes (CB), Demarcus Robinson (WR), Daniel Sorensen (S)

Still Remaining


Las Vegas Raiders

New GM. New Coach. Plenty of New Players. Did the Raiders stir the pot too much this offseason to be able to maintain - let alone build upon - their small level of 2021 success? This is a franchise that liked their offensive line, saw progress in their running game, and just made significant upgrades to the pass catchers and pass rusher. If it can all come together quickly, it’ll be fun to watch.

In: Davante Adams (WR, GB), Rock Ya-Sin (CB, IND), Chandler Jones (OLB, ARI), Bilal Nichols (DE, CHI), Brandon Bolden (RB, NE), Anthony Averett (CB, LV), Mack Hollins (WR, MIA), Alex Bars (G, CHI), Jakob Johnson (FB, NE), Darius Phillips (CB, CIN), Vernon Butler (DT, BUF), Demarcus Robinson (WR, KC), Ameer Abdullah (RB, CAR), Jacob Hollister (TE, JAC), Kyler Fackrell (LB, LAC), Micah Kiser (LB, DEN), Kyle Peko (DT, TEN), Duron Harmon (S, ATL), Jayon Brown (LB, TEN)

Back: Jackson Barton (T), Brandon Parker (T), Jermaine Eluemunor (G), 

Out: Yannick Ngakoue (DE), Zay Jones (WR), Marcus Mariota (QB), Casey Hayward (CB), Quinton Jefferson (DT), Alec Ingold (FB), Nicholas Morrow (OLB), Marquel Lee (LB)

Still Remaining


Los Angeles Chargers

A good team with a young QB, and notable pieces at all the positions of power entering March with ample cap space? The Chargers were dangerous on paper from the get go, and they made a few splashes that should pay dividends come September. 

In: Khalil Mack (OLB, CHI), J.C. Jackson (CB, NE), Sebastian Joseph (DT, LAR), Austin Johnson (DT, NYG), Gerald Everett (TE, SEA), Josh Harris (LS, ATL), 

Back: Mike Williams (WR),  Chase Daniel (QB), Christian Covington (DT), Dustin Hopkins (K)

Out: Uchenna Nwosu (LB), Justin Jones (DT), Kyler Fackrell (OLB), Scott Quessenberry (OL), Kyzir White (OLB)

Still Remaining


Los Angeles Rams

Robert Woods out, Allen Robinson in was one of the bigger and more surprising moves thus far, while Von Miller choosing Buffalo over a return to LA ranks up there with it. Most of the offseason money will go to an already signed deal for QB Matthew Stafford, and an Aaron Donald extension certain to be on deck. 

In: Allen Robinson (WR, CHI),

Back: Brian Allen (OL), Joseph Noteboom (T), Coleman Shelton (OL), Brandon Powell (WR)

Out: Robert Woods (WR), Von Miller (OLB), Darious Williams (CB), Austin Corbett (G), Sebastian Joseph (DT), Johnny Hekker (P), Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (OLB), Johnny Mundt (TE)

Still Remaining


Miami Dolphins

Splashy. QB Tua Tagovailoa won’t have any excuses in terms of the pieces that have been put in front of and around him this season. Though it stands to reason that a new coaching staff plus a bevy of new players will need some time to marinade before real success can start happening.

In: Tyreek Hill (WR, KC), Terron Armstead (OT, NO), Cedrick Wilson (WR, DAL), Connor Williams (G, DAL), Chase Edmonds (RB, ARI), Keion Crossen (CB, NYG), Alec Ingold (FB, LV), Teddy Bridgewater (QB, DEN), Raheem Mostert (RB, SF), Trent Sherfield (WR, SF)

Back: Mike Gesicki (TE), Emmanuel Ogbah (DE), Preston Williams (WR), Sam Eguavoen (LB), Elandon Roberts (LB), Duke Riley (LB), Brennan Scarlett (LB), Durham Smythe (TE)

Out: Jacoby Brissett (QB), Mack Hollins (WR), Duke Johnson (RB), Greg Mancz (OL), Justin Coleman (CB)

Still Remaining


Minnesota Vikings

After plenty of speculation, the Vikings will run it back with a freshly extended Kirk Cousins, and a few much needed upgrades on the defensive side of the ball. Danielle Hunter is back in the fold, Adam Thielen is back in the fold, and there’s a sense of optimism for this franchise in 2022.

In: Za'Darius Smith (DE, GB), Harrison Phillips (DT, BUF), Jordan Hicks (LB, ARI), Johnny Mundt (TE, LAR), Chandon Sullivan (CB, GB), Austin Schlottmann (G, DEN)

Back: Jordan Berry (P), Sean Mannion (QB)

Out: Tyler Conklin (TE), Mason Cole (OL), Xavier Woods (S), Nick Vigil (OLB)

Still Remaining


New England Patriots

After a monster offseason in 2021, the Patriots have been nearly nonexistent this time around, though retaining Trent Brown seems to be good business. There are significant question marks on the rest of the offensive line, and the weapons didn’t prove to be adequate down the stretch last season, so there’s work to be done in New England. 

In: Mack Wilson (LB, CLE), Ty Montgomery (WR, NO), Terrance Mitchell (CB, HOU), Malcolm Butler (CB)

Back: Trenton Brown (OT), Ja'whaun Bentley (LB), Devin McCourty (S), Nick Folk (K), James White (RB), Brian Hoyer (QB), Matthew Slater (ST), 

Out: J.C. Jackson (CB), Ted Karras (OL), Brandon Bolden (RB), Gunner Olszewski (WR), Jakob Johnson (FB), Shaq Mason (G), Chase Winovich (DE)

Still Remaining


New Orleans Saints

The Saints have had a roller coaster few weeks, starting with $80M of cap to free up, to a retiring coach, a near major QB acquisition, all the way back to a situation that looks a lot like last year, minus a star safety and left tackle. The few offseason signings have made sense, but they’ll need to hit big with a few early draft picks to round out this roster.

In: Marcus Maye (S, NYJ), Daniel Sorensen (S, KC)

Back: Jameis Winston (QB)

Out: Terron Armstead (OT), Marcus Williams (S), Trevor Siemian (QB), Ty Montgomery (WR)

Still Remaining


New York Giants

A new front office/coaching staff generally means at least some roster purge in year one, and the Giants early offseason lends itself to that trend (with potentially more to come). Loading up on interior offensive linemen and a few depth weapons appears to be focused on giving Daniel Jones a bit of showcase season, which makes a lot of sense for the 2022 campaign.

In: Mark Glowinski (G, IND), Tyrod Taylor (QB, HOU), Jon Feliciano (G, BUF), Justin Ellis (DT, BAL), Jihad Ward (DE, JAX), Matt Breida (RB, BUF), Jamil Douglas (G, WAS), Ricky Seals-Jones (TE, WAS), Matt Gono (T, ATL), Richie James (WR, SF)

Back: Casey Kreiter (LS), C.J. Board (WR), Korey Cunningham (T)

Out: Austin Johnson (DT), Keion Crossen (CB), Evan Engram (TE), Lorenzo Carter (DE), Logan Ryan (CB)

Still Remaining


New York Jets

In: Laken Tomlinson (G, SF), D.J. Reed (S, SEA), C.J. Uzomah (TE, CIN), Tyler Conklin (TE, MIN), Jordan Whitehead (S, TB), Jake Martin (OLB, HOU), Greg Zuerlein (K, DAL), 

Back: Braxton Berrios (WR), Joe Flacco (QB), Dan Feeney (G), LaMarcus Joyner (S), Conor McDermott (T), Tevin Coleman (RB), Nathan Shepherd (DE), Nick Bawden (FB)

Out: Blake Cashman (LB), Foley Fatukasi (DT), Marcus Maye (S), Morgan Moses (OT), Jamison Crowder (WR), Jarrad Davis (LB)

Still Remaining


Philadelphia Eagles

With three first round picks, and a draft loaded with wideouts and offensive tackles, the Eagles focused on retaining, and adding to, their pass rush this March. They’ll be one of the teams to watch throughout the draft both for who they take, and potentially how they move around.

In: Haason Reddick (OLB, CAR), Zach Pascal (WR, IND), Kyzir White (LB, LAC)

Back: Greg Ward (WR), Derek Barnett (DE), Fletcher Cox (DL), Boston Scott (RB), Anthony Harris (S), 

Out: Hassan Ridgeway (DT), Alex Singleton (LB)

Still Remaining


Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers had an offensive line problem in 2021, and have already added a few veteran pieces in that regard. Toss in a potential QB1 in Trubisky, and a few upgrades on the defensive side of the ball, and Pittsburgh is off to a good start this offseason.

In: James Daniels (G, CHI), Myles Jack (LB, JAX), Mason Cole (OL, MIN), Mitchell Trubisky (QB, BUF), Levi Wallace (CB, BUF), Gunner Olszewski (WR, NE)

Back: Chuks Okorafor (OT), Montravius Adams (DE), Miles Killebrew (S), Arthur Maulet (CB), Ahkello Witherspoon (CB)

Out: Ray-Ray McCloud (WR, SF), JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR, KC), James Washington (WR, DAL)

Still Remaining


San Francisco 49ers

The Niners appear to be getting younger (and cheaper) in a lot of areas going forward, and are expected to follow suit at the QB position. Are they building for a team that might need a year or two to find its sea legs? A lack of splashy signings thus far signals that may be the case.

In: Charvarius Ward (CB, KC), George Odum (S, IND), Oren Burks (LB, GB), Ray-Ray McCloud (WR, SF), Hassan Ridgeway (DT, SF), Kerry Hyder (DE, SEA)

Back: Maurice Hurst (DT), Jake Brendel (OL), Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles (LB), Jordan Willis (DE), Jeff Wilson (RB), Dontae Johnson (CB)

Out: Laken Tomlinson (G), D.J. Jones (DT), K'Waun Williams (CB), Tom Compton (G), Raheem Mostert (RB), Trent Sherfield (WR), Trenton Cannon (RB), Richie James (WR)

Still Remaining


Seattle Seahawks

The Russ era comes to a close in Seattle and with it comes a roster full of doubt - despite notable talent at the WR, TE, and safety positions. Will they concede their future in a loaded division and continue to strip down, or upgrade the QB position and build this thing back up on the fly? The Seahawks remain fascinating, even if they might not be successful this season.

In: Drew Lock (QB, DEN), Noah Fant (TE, DEN), Shelby Harris (DT, DEN), Uchenna Nwosu (LB, LAC), Quinton Jefferson (DE, LV), Austin Blythe (G, KC), Artie Burns (CB, CHI), Joel Iyiegbuniwe (LB, CHI), Justin Coleman (CB, MIA)

Back: Quandre Diggs (S), Will Dissly (TE), Al Woods (DT), Sidney Jones (CB), Rashaad Penny (RB), Kyle Fuller (OL)

Out: Russell Wilson (QB), D.J. Reed (S), Gerald Everett (TE), Jamarco Jones (OT), Kerry Hyder (DE)

Still Remaining


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With Brady back in the fold, so come plenty of once thought to be departed free agents. The O-Line and secondary still seem a piece or two away, and there’s another TE to drop into the offense at some point this offseason, but the Bucs get themselves right back into NFC South division title conversations.

In: Shaq Mason (G, NE), Russell Gage (WR, ATL), Fred Johnson (G, CIN), Logan Ryan (CB, NYG)

Back: Chris Godwin (WR), Carlton Davis (CB), Ryan Jensen (OL), Aaron Stinnie (G), Breshad Perriman (WR), Leonard Fournette (RB), William Gholston (DE)

Out: Alex Cappa (G), Jordan Whitehead (S), O.J. Howard (TE), Ronald Jones II (RB)

Still Remaining


Tennessee Titans

Bringing back a player like Harold Landry keeps the Titans relevant defensively, while a surprise acquisition of Robert Woods from LA could prove to be one of the top NFL moves of the offseason. Tennessee needs a few offensive linemen and maybe another experienced run stuffer, but this team did well to stay afloat thus far.

In: Robert Woods (WR, LAR), Austin Hooper (TE, CLE), Jamarco Jones (OT, SEA), A.J. Moore (S, HOU), Trenton Cannon (RB, SF)

Back: Harold Landry (OLB), Ben Jones (OL), Geoff Swaim (TE), Morgan Cox (LS), Randy Bullock (K), Dylan Cole (LB), Jordan Wilkins (RB), Olasunkanmi Adeniyi (LB), Dontrell Hilliard (RB)

Out: Rodger Saffold (G), Kyle Peko (DT), Khari Blasingame (FB), Jayon Brown (LB)

Still Remaining


Washington Commanders

The Wentz acquisition remains a head scratcher, but the rest of the Commander’s offseason thus far seems relatively logical. In fact one may argue that this team has retained more than probably expected, and could have a chance to succeed through the regular season if Wentz can manage games halfway decently. It might be too much to ask though.

In: Carson Wentz (QB, IND), Andrew Norwell (G, JAX), Efe Obada (DE, BUF), 

Back: Bobby McCain (CB), Troy Apke (S), Tyler Larsen (OL), Cornelius Lucas (OT), J.D. McKissic (RB), Cam Sims (WR), Danny Johnson (CB)

Out: Brandon Scherff (G), Tim Settle (DT), Matthew Ioannidis (DE), Kyle Allen (QB), Jamil Douglas (G), Ricky Seals-Jones (TE)

Still Remaining