NFL free agency 2024: Ranking the top 75 free agents, best players available by position, tracking signings

The NFL free agency class of 2024 has plenty of impact players available across the board. Although a few of the biggest names due the biggest salaries will be kept via the franchise tag for one more year, most will make it to the open market.

There will be something worthwhile available for every team when the two-day negotiation period opens ahead of the new league year, which begins on March 11.

Here’s looking at the best pending free agents and tracking the list of players as some are tagged or re-signed.

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NFL free agency 2024: Ranking the top 75 players

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1. Chris Jones, DT, Chiefs (age: 29)

The Chiefs used the franchise tag on Jones, and he played for $15.9 million in 2023. It would be very expensive for them to do it again in 2024, as the number will escalate to $32-33 million. Kansas City has some salary-cap room, but if it can’t strike an agreement on a long-term deal for Jones again, he has a good chance to leave for the biggest payday ever for an elite interior defensive lineman.

Update: Jones re-signed with Chiefs for 5 years, $160 million

2. Kirk Cousins, QB, Vikings (age: 35)

Cousins is coming off a midseason torn Achilles, and before that, there was the thought Minnesota would move on from him despite strong play in recent seasons based on his near top-market price tag. The Vikings should think about landing a franchise first-round QB in the draft for Kevin O’Connell, while another QB-needy team will consider him as an immediate established upgrade vs. going the rookie or bridge route.

3. Justin Madubuike, DT, Ravens (age: 26)

Madubuike had a breakout season as an interior pass rusher with a team-high 13 sacks as part of a league-high 60 sacks as a whole from Baltimore. He’s a solid run-stopper, as well, but his explosive disruption vs. quarterbacks is what will get him paid big-time just behind Jones.

Update: Madubuike re-signed with Ravens for 4 years, $98 million

4. L’Jarius Sneed, CB, Chiefs (age: 27) (franchise-tagged)

Sneed has made a smooth transition from slot to perimeter and established himself as an elite, versatile corner with his aggressive, borderline shutdown coverage. The Chiefs won’t be able to keep him and Jones.

5. Josh Allen, EDGE, Jaguars (age: 26) (franchise-tagged)

He became the “other” first-round superstar with this name after exploding for a 17.5-sack season to tap into his full potential while in his prime. He wreaked terror at the highest level and will likely get tagged by Jacksonville.

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6. Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Buccaneers (age 25) (franchise-tagged)

Winfield has proved to be an exceptional playmaking cover man inside, from short to deep. He also is an important team leader in Todd Bowles’ secondary. He’s likely to be tagged, as Tampa Bay can easily afford to do it.

7. Christian Wilkins, DT, Dolphins (age: 28)

Wilkins is a stout run-stopper, and in 2023, he became a dominant interior pass rusher, recording nine sacks. He’s another rare disruptor in the mix behind Jones and Madubuike.

Update: Wilkins signed with Raiders for 4 years, $110 million

8. Jaylon Johnson, CB, Bears (age: 24)

Johnson was a little hampered by injuries in 2023, but when he was on the field, he flexed his physical and mental advantage in coverage, consistently quieting receivers behind an improved pass rush. He should be tagged, too.

Update: Johnson re-signed with Bears for 4 years, $76 million

9. Danielle Hunter, EDGE, Vikings (age: 29)

Hunter turned in another monster pass-rushing season with 16.5 sacks. He is just a durable, relentless QB pursuer who is versatile enough to be productive at multiple positions in any scheme.

10. Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Texans (age: 26)

Greenard posted 12.5 sacks for DeMeco Ryans playing opposite No. 3 overall pick Will Anderson Jr. He may be short of spectacular, but he’s a well-rounded producer, including vs. the running game.

Update: Greenard signed with Vikings for 4 years, $76 million

11. Michael Pittman Jr., WR, Colts (age: 26) 

Pittman is a reliable short-to-intermediate target all over the field and positions his frame well to also be effective when needed as a big slot. He’s not a big scorer or field-stretcher, but is a different type of No. 1 coming off a 109-catch, 1,152-yard season. Indianapolis, with plenty of cap space, should tag him to keep him with Anthony Richardson.

Update: Pittman re-signed with Colts for 3 years, $70 million

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12. Mike Evans, WR, Buccaneers (age: 30)

Evans looked rejuvenated in churning out yet another big season, making big plays and racking up yards and TDs with a most impressive 79-1,255-13 line working with Baker Mayfield. The Bucs have the money to reward him with one last big deal that he desires.

Update: Evans re-signed with Buccaneers for 2 years, $52 million

13. Tee Higgins, WR, Bengals (age: 25) (franchise-tagged)

The Bengals have the money to franchise him, but they also may decide to pass on keeping him, short or long-term, given his injury-riddled, inconsistent 2023 and the fact they need to pay Ja’Marr Chase at the top of the market soon. Higgins is best at using his size well for big plays and red-zone work, and he will hope to get a shot as a No. 1 elsewhere.

14. Tyron Smith, OT, Cowboys (age: 33)

The Cowboys are in a tough cap situation but will do everything they can to keep their long-time left tackle as an elite pass-protecting anchor for Dak Prescott. He might need to give them a “hometown” discount, which is possible given his age.

15. Bryce Huff, EDGE, Jets (age: 25)

Huff has proved to be a pass-rush specialist with his versatility in getting to the QB, and the undrafted gem is going to get paid well elsewhere out of Robert Saleh’s rotation coming off a 10-sack breakout.

16. Brian Burns, EDGE, Panthers (age: 25) (franchise-tagged)

Burns is yet another pass rusher on the market looking for a worthy windfall. He cooled down a little with his sacks dropping from 12.5 to eight in 2023, but he was comfortable getting to the passer plenty from weakside linebacker.

17. Denico Autry, DT, Titans (age: 33) 

Autry keeps defying his age with smooth production vs. the pass, even though age has stopped his run-stuffing a bit. His 12 sacks will get him good looks in many rotations.

18. D.J. Reader, DT, Bengals (age: 29)

Reader has been a beefy behemoth of a space-eating run-stopper anchoring their four-man front. They should do what they can to get him sewed up for a few more seasons.

19. Kendall Fuller, CB, Commanders (age: 28)

The Commanders had some terrible secondary coverage last season, but it also was hurt by the weakened pass rush midseason. Fuller held up well in relation to that and will have value as a versatile inside-outside cover man elsewhere.

20. Maurice Hurst, DT, Browns (age: 28)

Hurst is a well-rounded defensive tackle who can help well vs. run and pass. He fits best staying in Cleveland or with any other 4-3 front.

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21. Marquise Brown, WR, Cardinals (age: 26)

Brown should have worked out better with college QB Kyler Murray, but he couldn’t stay on the field to reconnect as much as desired as a speedy vertical threat. He is a little more complete than that, but Arizona should move on to a true No. 1 to complement Michael Wilson.

22. Leonard Williams, DT, Seahawks (age: 29)

Williams isn’t as explosive pass-rushing inside as the aforementioned top prizes at the position, but he’s well-rounded with a high ceiling as a run defender. He should have plenty of interest after his midseason trade from the Giants.

23. Kamren Curl, S, Commanders (age: 24)

Curl also got lost in the Commanders’ shaky overall pass defense, but he’s been a young standout playmaker since entering the league. He can do everything in coverage and rallying to the ball against the run.

24. Kyle Dugger, S, Patriots (age: 27) (transition-tagged)

Dugger’s signature is stout run defense, as he’s built like a linebacker with the quickness of a nickel cornerback. He should be considered a strong, reliable box-first option.

25. Trent Brown, OT, Patriots (age: 30)

Brown has proved to be a versatile edge pass protector during his time in New England (twice). He can start on either side for any team and stay smooth.

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26. Baker Mayfield, QB, Buccaneers (age: 28)

Mayfield should be looking at returning to Tampa Bay on a three- or four-year deal that gives him a big raise after a sweet prove-it reclamation season. There should be mutual interest, as he was key in helping them make the playoffs and getting a win, too.

Update: Mayfield re-signed with Buccaneers for 3 years, $100 million

27. Mike Onwenu, OT, Patriots (age: 26)

Owenu isn’t the same level of pass protector as Trent Brown, but he’s solid there and fits well as a strong, right-side run-blocker to keep being a fine starter who still hasn’t hit his prime. 

28. Calvin Ridley, WR, Jaguars (age: 29)

Considering Ridley didn’t play at all in 2022 while suspended in Atlanta, prompting a trade to Jacksonville, he returned to action well with 76 catches, 1,016 receiving yards, and eight TDs. He was, however, inconsistent in his chemistry with Trevor Lawrence and couldn’t always step up like a No. 1. The Jaguars have a tough call to make, knowing he also has higher upside and is nearing 30.

29. Robert Hunt, G, Dolphins (age: 27) (re-signed for 

Hunt has thrived as an athletic zone blocker for Mike McDaniel, an essential asset for the running game. After Austin Jackson got the extension instead at right tackle, Hunt may be on the move from right guard.

30. Steven Nelson, CB, Texans (age: 31)

Nelson remains a versatile, reliable corner after all these years in multiple schemes with multiple teams, stepping up as a nice complementary playmaker to Darryl Stingley Jr. He has more time left to remain a solid cover man.

31. Kevin Dotson, G, Rams (age: 27)

Dotson was a steal for Sean McVay’s overall blocking with his combination of strength in the running game and quickness in protection.

Update: Dotson re-signed with Rams for 3 years, $48 million

32. Chidobe Awuzie, CB, Bengals (age: 28)

The former Cowboys cover man has been an ace when healthy for the Bengals, but he slowed down a bit coming off a torn ACL in 2023. He will likely reboot as a starter on another team.

33. Chase Young, EDGE, 49ers (age: 24)

The No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 draft has put some injuries behind him and found his groove as a pass-rusher, ending with 7.5 sacks for Washington and San Francisco. He may never be a massive producer, but he’ll have a long, productive career like the pass-rusher ranked right behind him.

34. Jadeveon Clowney, EDGE, Ravens (age: 30)

The Ravens should want to bring Clowney back after he had his best-ever pressure season, tying a career-high with 9.5 sacks. The No. 1 overall pick from 2014 always has had a high floor as a run defender with scheme and alignment versatility.

35. Saquon Barkley, RB, Giants (age: 26)

Barkley still has flashes of explosiveness with his sudden bursts in the running game and some big-play ability after the catch in the passing game, but his consistency from touch to touch and game to game — plus his durability — are concerns. He should still land somewhere else as a 20-opportunity guy.

36. Josh Jacobs, RB, Raiders (age: 25)

Jacobs dropped off hard from winning the rushing title in 2022, as the workload led to a slow first half before he succumbed to injury attrition late. Jacobs still has workhorse potential and has plenty of mileage left given his youth, but the Raiders could be fine moving on to the cheaper Zamir White. Jacobs would be a great fit on any RB-needy team.

37. Kevin Zeitler, G, Ravens (age: 33)

Zeitler has now played well for three-fourths of the teams in the AFC North. He has led the Ravens well with his overall blocking the past three seasons after once doing the same for the Bengals and Browns. He still has a few strong years left in a fine long career.

38. Derrick Henry, RB, Titans (age: 29)

Henry is headed to the Hall of Fame for his dominant, explosive power running. There’s not much of a chance Tennessee brings him back given the new, passing-focused offense of Brian Callahan, but Henry would be a great power complement somewhere like Dallas or Baltimore.

39. Russell Wilson, QB, Broncos (age: 35) (signed by Steelers for 1 year)

Wilson can either be a bridge for a new franchise rookie or a veteran solution for another team now that Denver is absorbing the massive cap hit and dead money that came with his previous contract. He still has plenty left passing-wise in the right system.

Update: Wilson signed a 1-year contract with Steelers

40. Stephon Gilmore, CB, Cowboys (age: 33)

Like Nelson, Gilmore is starting to become well-traveled and still coming through in coverage despite his age. What he’s lost in steps he makes up for in technique and savvy.

41. Connor Williams, C, Dolphins (age: 26)

Williams has been a natural fit as an athletic run-blocking center right next to Robert Hunt, as the former Cowboys guard was another smart get for McDaniel. He’s also a great line leader to help get the most out of any group.

42. Dalton Schultz, TE, Texans (age: 27)

Schultz transitioned well from Dallas to Houston with 59 catches for 635 yards and five TDs helping settle rookie C.J. Stroud in Bobby Slowik’s offense. He is just a solid, classic receiver at the position with some solid blocking.

Update: Schultz re-signed with Texans for 3 years, $36 million

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43. Frankie Luvu, LB, Panthers (Age: 27)

Luvu is outstanding rushing the passer from the second level, stamped by 5.5 sacks in 2023. He also gets after it well as a run stopper and can make some big plays on the ball there, too, on top of prolific tackling.

44. Patrick Queen, LB, Ravens (age: 24)

Queen contributed to 133 tackles in 2023, and he also had 3.5 sacks and an interception. He’s a fine pass-rusher when needed, but that’s equal to what he can do getting rangy vs. the run and in coverage.

45. David Bakhtiari, OT, Packers (age: 32)

Bakhtiari has been slowed a bit by injuries and the price caused him to be released, but he’s still a valuable all-around outside blocker.

46. Josh Uche, EDGE, Patriots (age: 25)

Uche had only three sacks in 2023 as a situational option, but the talent is there to break out elsewhere playing off a top sack producer, which didn’t happen this past season because Matthew Judon went down.

47. Kenny Moore II, CB, Colts (age: 30)

Moore remains an active slot playmaker with his hands, agility, quickness, and ability to play bigger than his size. He just is fading a little with age in relation to other inside cover men.

48. Andrew Van Ginkel, EDGE, Dolphins (age: 28)

Van Ginkel got more playing time at outside linebacker for Vic Fangio than expected because of key front-seven injuries. He came through with six sacks while also flying around the field well in coverage.

49. Tyrel Dodson, LB, Bills (age: 25)

Dodson was huge for Sean McDermott’s defense with his all-around play. He does a little of everything well, from being solid against the run to delivering as a blitzer.

50. Leonard Floyd, EDGE, Bills (age: 31)

Floyd didn’t find his full stride with the Bears or Rams, as he’s better suited to be a hybrid player. Buffalo tapped into his versatility best and it added up to 10.5 sacks, and he’s also pretty active vs. the run.

51. Za’Darius Smith, EDGE, Browns (age: 31)

Smith has lost a few steps, but he remains an effective complementary pass rusher with 5.5 sacks in 2023. He remains a good plug-and-play starter, even though he can’t take over games like once could.

52. Hunter Henry, TE, Patriots (age: 29)

Henry remains a well-rounded tight end with his stout blocking and key receiving when targeted through the red zone. The Patriots may bring him back as a complement to a hopefully improved WR corps.

Update: Henry re-signed with Patriots for 3 years, $30 million

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53. Xavier McKinney, S, Giants (age: 25)

After thriving for Wink Martindale as a reliable run-stopper and pretty good cover man in relation, McKinney should gain plenty of interest as a starter for either a traditional free or strong role.

54. Lavonte David, LB, Buccaneers (age: 34)

David keeps defying his age after getting 134 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and a forced fumble for Todd Bowles’ defense in 2023. He remains foremost an elite cover man and hasn’t lost much.

55. Geno Stone, S, Ravens (age: 24)

Stone had a massively productive season with seven interceptions playing off the pressure to go with 68 tackles. He’s just more one-dimensional than other safeties because he’s below average vs. the run, so he should be viewed as a nickel corner.

56. Mekhi Becton, OT, Jets (age: 24)

Injuries have ripped into the early career of the first-rounder, but Becton showed signs of overcoming that attrition with sneaky good pass protection minus Aaron Rodgers. The Jets might want to keep him at a relative discount now.

57. Tony Pollard, RB, Cowboys (age: 26)

Pollard did get to 1,006 rushing yards on his 250 carries, but he was less explosive and shaky in the red zone without Ezekiel Elliott to keep him fresh, as he ran for only six TDs. He probably should be capped touch-wise so he can remain explosive as a pace-changer.

Update: Pollard signed with Titans for 3 years, $24 million

58. Austin Ekeler, RB, Chargers (age: 28)

The Chargers might be parting ways with the dazzling receiving back, as he struggled to stay healthy with more injury attrition and dropped big-time in rushing efficiency. He still can rock as a receiver, and there’s probably a year or two of fine production left.

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59. Grover Stewart, DT, Colts (age: 30)

Stewart’s value was seen in his suspension absence in Indianapolis, and his return reminded everyone just how dominant of a space-eater he can be to boost an entire front’s run-stopping.

60. Bobby Wagner, LB, Seahawks (age: 33)

Much like David for the Buccaneers, he keeps on ticking. His return to Seattle was seamless with 183 tackles and 3.5 sacks, as he kept covering his typical level of ground vs. the run and pass. He should stay with the Seahawks to finish what is a Hall-of-Fame career.

61. Jordan Hicks, LB, Vikings (age: 31)

Hicks was slowed late by an injury in 2023 — and he doesn’t have the same coverage juice at his age — but he still was part of 102 tackles as a solid upfield player vs. the run and pass.

62. Andre James, C, Raiders (age: 26) (re-signed for 3 years, $24 million)

James is one of the better pass-protecting centers in the league, although he’s not a big-time power run-blocker.

63. Darnell Mooney, WR, Bears (age: 26)

Mooney is one of the best sleeper free agents, as he was a misfit for the Bears with some misusage. He can build on his rookie promise on another team as a playmaking, outside No. 2 with some field-stretching skills.

64. Dorance Armstrong, EDGE, Cowboys (age: 26)

Armstong has proven to be a very valuable pass-rusher who can get it done outside and inside. He showed it with 7.5 sacks in Dan Quinn’s defense, although he isn’t really a run-stopper.

65. Tyler Boyd, WR, Bengals (age: 29)

Boyd is a technically sound, good-hands route runner, doing everything needed in the slot with his big frame, from posting up smaller nickel backs to blocking well. Watch out for a potential reunion with Brian Callahan in Tennessee.

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66. Lloyd Cushenberry, C, Broncos (age: 26)

Like James with the Raiders, Cushenberry’s calling card has become his inside pass protection. His run blocking, although fine at times, takes a back seat to that.

67. Jordyn Brooks, LB, Seahawks (age: 26)

The 2020 first-rounder has been reliable all-around playing off Wagner, as he added 111 tackles to his ace pass rush (4.5 sacks) and coverage (INT). With a torn ACL in his past, he could be a bargain for another team looking to solidify the second level.

68. Devin White, LB, Buccaneers (age: 25)

White has been a speedy pass-rushing linebacker since bursting into the league, but he’s lost quite a bit as a run-stopper and has faded in coverage. He still has high upside given his high-level athleticism and youth.

69. Gerald Everett, TE, Chargers (age: 29)

Everett is a reliable short-area receiver even though he lacks true downfield qualities, especially as he nears 30. He had a 51-411-3 line for the Chargers last season.

70. Curtis Samuel, WR, Commanders (age: 27)

Speaking of short-area receivers who are reliable extensions of the running game, Samuel has been just that in Washington. He can be a good slot guy with some zip in the red zone for another team, too.

71. Sheldon Rankins, DT, Texans (age: 29)

Rankins, like Greenard, was boosted big-time as a pass-rusher by the presence of Ryans. He has good power, quickness, and relentlessness in pushing into the pocket, stamped by six sacks in 2023.

72. Aaron Brewer, C, Titans (age: 26)

Brewer adds extra value to the center market as an active, athletic run-blocker who has some untapped upside in pass protection inside because of that agility.

73. Jonah Jackson, G, Lions (age: 26)

Jackson is right there with the rest of Detroit’s top offensive linemen in the running game, but he’s ranked down here because of shaky pass protection inside.

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74. Ryan Tannehill, QB, Titans (age: 36)

Tannehill had his best seasons in Tennessee but now is transitioning into a bridge QB option in a situation where he can play off good blocking and a running game to maximize his own play-action arm and athleticism.

75. Ezra Cleveland, G, Jaguars (age: 25)

Cleveland stands out for his athletic run blocking, but much like Jackson, he gets dinged down here because he can give up a lot of pressure vs. the pass.

Update: Cleveland re-signed with Jaguars for 3 years, $28.5 million

2024 NFL free agents: Top players available by position


  1. Kirk Cousins, Vikings
  2. Baker Mayfield, Buccaneers (re-signed for 3 years, $100 million)
  3. Russell Wilson, Broncos (signed by Steelers for 1 year)
  4. Ryan Tannehill, Titans
  5. Gardner Minshew, Colts
  6. Jameis Winston, Saints
  7. Jacoby Brissett, Commanders
  8. Tyrod Taylor, Giants
  9. Tyler Huntley, Ravens
  10. Joe Flacco, Browns
  11. Josh Dobbs, Vikings
  12. Carson Wentz, Rams
  13. Sam Darnold, 49ers
  14. MItchell Trubisky, Steelers (signed with Bills for 2 years, $5.25 million)
  15. Drew Lock, Seahawks
  16. Marcus Mariota, Eagles

Running backs

  1. Saquon Barkley, Giants
  2. Josh Jacobs, Raiders
  3. Derrick Henry, Titans
  4. Tony Pollard, Cowboys (signed with Titans for 3 years, $24 million)
  5. Austin Ekeler, Chargers
  6. D’Andre Swift, Eagles (signed with Bears for 3 years, $24.5 million)
  7. Zack Moss, Colts
  8. A.J. Dillon, Packers
  9. Devin Singletary, Texans
  10. JK Dobbins, Ravens
  11. Gus Edwards, Ravens

Wide receivers

  1. Michael Pittman Jr., Colts (re-signed for 3 years, $70 million)
  2. Mike Evans, Buccaneers (re-signed for 2 years, $52 million)
  3. Tee Higgins, Bengals (franchise-tagged)
  4. Marquise Brown, Cardinals
  5. Calvin Ridley, Jaguars
  6. Tyler Boyd, Bengals
  7. Darnell Mooney, Bears
  8. Curtis Samuel, Commanders
  9. Gabe Davis, Bills (signed with Jaguars for 3 years, $39 million)
  10. DJ Chark, Panthers
  11. Kendrick Bourne, Patriots (re-signed for 3 years)
  12. Odell Beckham Jr., Ravens
  13. Michael Thomas, Saints
  14. K.J. Osborn, Vikings
  15. Josh Reynolds, Lions
  16. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Titans
  17. Nelson Agholor, Ravens (re-signed for 1 year)

Tight ends

  1. Dalton Schultz, Texans (re-signed for 3 years, $36 million)
  2. Hunter Henry, Patriots (re-signed for 3 years, $30 million)
  3. Gerald Everett, Chargers
  4. Noah Fant, Seahawks
  5. Drew Sample, Bengals (re-signed for 3 years)
  6. Zach Ertz, Lions (signed by Commanders for 1 year, $5 million)
  7. Mike Gesicki, Patriots
  8. Jonnu Smith, Falcons (signed by Dolphins for 2 years, $10 million)
  9. Hayden Hurst, Panthers
  10. Austin Hooper, Raiders
  11. Robert Tonyan, Bears
  12. Irv Smith Jr., Bengals

Offensive tackles

  1. Tyron Smith, Cowboys
  2. Trent Brown, Patriots
  3. Mike Onwenu, Patriots
  4. David Bakhtiari, Packers
  5. Mekhi Becton, Jets
  6. Jonah Williams, Bengals
  7. Jermaine Eluemenor, Raiders
  8. Donovan Smith, Chiefs


  1. Robert Hunt, Dolphins
  2. Kevin Dotson, Rams (re-signed for 3 years, $48 million)
  3. Kevin Zeitler, Ravens
  4. Jonah Jackson, Lions
  5. Ezra Cleveland, Jaguars (re-signed for 3 years, $28.5 million)
  6. Dalton Risner, Vikings
  7. Jon Runyan, Packers
  8. Damien Lewis, Seahawks
  9. Cody Whitehair, Bears


  1. Connor Williams, Dolphins
  2. Andre James, Raiders (re-signed for 3 years, $24 million)
  3. Andrew Brewer, Titans
  4. Lloyd Cushenberry, Broncos
  5. Coleman Shelton, Rams
  6. Tyler Biadasz, Cowboys
  7. Mitch Morse, Bills (signed by Jaguars for 2 years, $10.5 million)

Edge rushers

  1. Josh Allen, Jaguars (franchise-tagged)
  2. Danielle Hunter, Vikings
  3. Jonathan Greenard, Texans (signed with Vikings for 4 years, $76 million)
  4. Bryce Huff, Jets
  5. Brian Burns, Panthers (franchise-tagged)
  6. Chase Young, 49ers
  7. Jadeveon Clowney, Ravens
  8. Josh Uche, Patriots
  9. Andrew Van Ginkel, Dolphins
  10. Leonard Floyd, Bills
  11. Za’Darius Smith, Browns
  12. Dorance Armstrong, Cowboys 
  13. Brandon Graham, Eagles (re-signed for 1 year, $4 million)
  14. Mike Danna, Chiefs

Defensive tackles

  1. Chris Jones, Chiefs (re-signed for 5 years, $160 miilion)
  2. Justin Madubuike, Ravens (re-signed for 4 years, $98 million)
  3. Christian Wilkins, Dolphins (signed with Raiders for 4 years, $110 million)
  4. Denico Autry, Titans
  5. D.J. Reader, Bengals
  6. Maurice Hurst, Browns
  7. Leonard Williams, Seahawks
  8. Grover Stewart, Colts
  9. Sheldon Rankins, Texans
  10. Arik Armstead, 49ers
  11. DaQuan Jones, Bills
  12. Foley Fatukasi, Jaguars
  13. Teair Tart, Titans
  14. Fletcher Cox, Eagles (retired)
  15. Calais Campbell, Falcons
  16. Raekwon Davis, Dolphins
  17. Quinton Jefferson, Jets
  18. Javon Kinlaw, 49ers
  19. Shelby Harris, Seahawks


  1. Frankie Luvu, Panthers
  2. Patrick Queen, Ravens
  3. Tyrel Dodson, Bills
  4. Lavonte David, Buccaneers
  5. Bobby Wagner, Seahawks
  6. Jordan Hicks, Vikings
  7. Jordyn Brooks, Seahawks
  8. Devin White, Buccaneers
  9. Drue Tranquill, Chiefs (re-signed for 3 years, $19 million)
  10. Josey Jewell, Broncos
  11. Blake Cashman, Texans
  12. Wilie Gay, Chiefs
  13. Azeez Al-Shaair, Titans


  1. L’Jarius Sneed, Chiefs (franchise-tagged)
  2. Jaylon Johnson, Bears (re-signed for 4 years, $76 million)
  3. Steven Nelson, Texans
  4. Kendall Fuller, Cowboys
  5. Chidobe Awuzie, Bengals
  6. Stephon Gilmore, Cowboys
  7. Kenny Moore II, Colts
  8. Xavien Howard, Dolphins
  9. Adoree’ Jackson, Giants
  10. Tre’Davious White, Bills
  11. Darious Williams, Jaguars
  12. Patrick Peterson, Steelers’
  13. Avonte Maddox, Eagles


  1. Antoine Winfield Jr., Buccaneers (franchise-tagged)
  2. Kamren Curl, Commanders
  3. Kyle Dugger, Patriots (transition-tagged)
  4. Xavier McKinney, Giants
  5. Geno Stone, Ravens
  6. Justin Simmons, Broncos
  7. Kevin Byard, Eagles (signed by Bears for 2 years)
  8. Jordan Whitehead, Jets
  9. Jordan Fuller, Rams
  10. Jordan Poyer, Bills
  11. Julian Blackmon, Colts
  12. C.J. Gardner-Johnson, Lions
  13. Eddie Jackson, Bears


  1. Ka’imi Fairbairn, Texans (re-signed for 3 years, $15.9 million)
  2. Wil Lutz, Broncos
  3. Chase McLaughlin, Buccaneers (re-signed for 3 years)
  4. Brandon McManus, Jaguars
  5. Greg Joseph, Vikings
  6. Greg Zuerlein, Jets (re-signed for 2 years, $8.4 million)
  7. Nick Folk, Patriots


  1. Tommy Townsend, Chiefs
  2. Jake Bailey, Dolphins (re-signed for 2 years, $4.2 million)
  3. Cameron Johnston, Texans
  4. Rigoberto Sanchez, Colts
  5. Corey Bojorquez, Browns

Long snappers

  1. James Winchester, Chiefs (re-signed)
  2. Aaron Brewer, Cardinals
  3. Morgan Cox, Titans (re-signed for 1 year)
  4. J.J. Jansen, Panthers (re-signed for 1 year)


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