Tracking team-by-team signings and trades in 2023 NFL free agency with updates on all 32 clubs’ transactions.


Tracking team-by-team signings and trades in 2023 NFL free agency with updates on all 32 clubs’ transactions. Since so much has happened before the official start of free agency, it’s safe to claim that the adage that there is no offseason in the NFL is true.

Free agency began on Monday, signaling the beginning of the bargaining process between teams and players. Wed., March 15, is the final day for signing. Many star players will decide about their futures before the 2023 season begins, and teams will move to strengthen their rosters or reduce salaries to stay under the wage cap.

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Where Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson will play quarterback remains the biggest mystery. There has been speculation that Rodgers may join the New York Jets, but nothing has been confirmed. The Baltimore Ravens have placed a non-exclusive franchise tag on quarterback Lamar Jackson, allowing him to negotiate with other clubs interested in his services with the understanding that the Ravens have the right to match any offer.

Below, you’ll see a running tally of every team’s 2023 additions, including free agent signings, trade acquisitions, and other outside acquisitions, from the most expensive to the most inexpensive.

The new league year begins on March 15 at 4 p.m. ET. Thus, no trades will be finalized before then.

The Cardinals of Arizona

They’re the Atlanta Falcons.

LB Carter Lorenzo 2 yrs $9M

TE Smith, Jonnu (via trade)

OG 5-year/$105 million DT contract for Chris Lindstrom David Onyemata inked a $35 million contract extension over three years.

P Bradley Pinion ($8.65 million over three years).

S four-year, $64.02 million deal for Jessie Bates III.

LB Kaden Elliss has agreed to a three-year, $21.5 million contract.

The Baltimore Ravens

Pro Bowl Quarterback Lamar Jackson (non-exclusive franchise tag)

Bills from Buffalo

P Three-year contract worth up to $7.5 million for Sam Martin.

LB Tyson Matakevich (2 years)

LB Substitute: Matt Milano (2-year extension)

G Conor McGovern ($23 million over three years)

Panthers of Carolina

DT three-year deal worth $19.5 million for Shy Tuttle

Bears of Chicago

FB Blasingame, Khari (2-year extension)

WR D.J. Mooré (via trade)

G three-year contract worth $30 million for Nate Davis.

LB Four-year $72 million contract for Tremaine Edmunds.

LB T.J. Edwards ($19.5 million over three years)

The Bengals of Cincinnati

LB Germaine Pratt ($21 million over three years).

A football team from Cleveland, Ohio

DE Obo Okoronkwo received a 3-year, $19-million contract.

C Ethan Pocic, defensive tackle ($18 million over three years) The four-year, $57 million contract signed by Dalvin Tomlinson.

That darn Dallas Cowboys

RB Anthony Pollard (franchise tag)

Donovan Wilson, S, three-year, $24 million contract

Broncos of Denver

RT Five-year $87.5 million deal for Mike McGlinchey.

TE Chris Manhertz, LB (2-year, $6M contract). Three-year, $18 million contract for DE Alex Singleton, Three-year, $45.8 million deal for Zach Allen.

Lions of Detroit

DL two-year, $4.5 million contract for Isaiah Buggs

CB Three-year $33 million deal for Cam Sutton.

LB Alex Anzalone received a three-year, $18.8 million contract.

Referring to the Green Bay Football Team

CB One year and $6 million for Keisean Nixon.

Texans of Houston

Robert Woods, Wide Receiver, $17 Million for 2 Years

S Two-year, $7.5 million contract for M.J. Stewart.

DE In one year, Chase Winovich will earn $2.75 million.

Wide Receiver Case Keenum (2 years)

DT Hassan Ridgeway ($4 million for one year).

Noah Brown, Wide Receiver (1 year)

the Indianapolis Colts

DE A $3.35 million annual salary for Tyquan Lewis for one year.

K Four-year $22.5 million contract for Matt Gay

Jaguars of Jacksonville

TE Engram, Evan (franchise tag)

Two-year, $6.5 million contract for quarterback C.J. Beathard.

DL three-year, $30 million contract for Roy Robertson-Harris.

They’re the Chiefs of Kansas City.

OT Jawaan Taylor ($80 million over four years).

Raiders of Las Vegas

RB Jacobs, Josh (franchise tag)

RB 1 year and $1.7 million for Ameer Abdullah

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo signed a $ 3-year, $67.5 million contract.

S Marcus Epps ($12 million over two years) and wide receiver Jakobi Meyers ($33 million over three).

The Chargers of Los Angeles

Easton Stick (re-signed)

To the Los Angeles Rams

CB Hunter Long (via trade)

To the Miami Dolphins

CB Ramsey, Jalen (via trade)

Michael White, quarterback, $2 years/$16 million.

LB David Long LB (2-year, $11M contract) LB Two-year, $5 million RB contract with Duke Riley Minnesota Vikings TE Raheem Mostert (2 years) Three-year $21 million deal for Josh Oliver.

DE To the tune of $13 million for one year, Marcus Davenport

Patriots of New England

OG The one-year, $200,000 contract awarded to James Ferentz.

CB Jones, Jonathan, Two-Year, Twenty Million Dollar Contract

Super Bowl Champions: The New Orleans Saints

Derek Carr, quarterback; $4/$150 million

TE Juwan Johnson ($12 million over two years).

DE Tanoh Kpassagnon, $2 million each year for two years.

DB Three-year, $11.1M deal for J.T. Gray.

The Big Apple Giants

Daniel Jones, quarterback, $4 year/$160 million deal

RB Said Saquon Barkley (franchise tag)

Sterling Shepard, Wide Receiver (1 year/$1.3 million).

P DL Jamie Gillan, 2-year, $4 million contract. For the record, my name is not Rakeem Nunez-Roches (3 years)

RB One year and $2.3 million for Matt Breida.

LB The $40 million contract for four years that Bobby Okereke has signed.

For the New York Jets

LB With a three-year contract for $18 million, Quincy Williams

S Charles K. Clark (via trade)

K One year with a maximum of $3.5 million for Greg Zuerlein.

the Philadelphia Eagles

DE For one year, $6 million, we have Brandon Graham.

A football team from Pittsburgh

CB Peterson, Patrick. Two years, Fourteen Million Dollars.

NFC Champions, San Francisco 49ers

S Tashaun Gipson, LS (1 year, $2.9 million). After three years and $1.5 million, Taybor Pepper DT four-year, $84 million contract for Javon Hargrave.

Sam Darnold (1 year)

Geno Smith, Quarterback, Seattle Seahawks (3 yrs, $75 MM).

AFC South Champions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

CB During four years, Jamel Dean will earn $52 million.

NFL team from Tennessee

LS Washington Commandos OT Morgan Cox (1 year) and DT Andre Dillard (3 years, $29 million) Four-year contract worth $90 million for Daron Payne.

LB LB David Mayo (1 yr) The Legendary Cody Barton (1 year)