Haven't seen the latest? Here are all the big free-agent signings so far, with the newest news on top. Keep reading to see the grades and analysis for each new move, and keep checking back as deals keep getting signed!
March 20: Ed Reed to Houston Texans
After a long, long free-agent courtship, career Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed has decided to join the Houston Texans, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 20: Turk McBride to Chicago Bears
The Bears announced (via the Associated Press) the signing of former New Orleans Saints defensive end Turk McBride.
March 19: Antwan Barnes to New York Jets
On March 18, former Chargers outside linebacker Antwan Barnes announced that he's signing with the Jets (via Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com). Incredibly, Barnes then walked it back, saying he and the Jets were close to, but not at, an agreement (via Pro Football Talk). Later on March 18, Barnes proclaimed it "official" on Twitter, with a picture of him signing paperwork. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News confirms: Barnes signed a a three-year, $4 million deal with the Jets.
March 18: Ryan Fitzpatrick to Tennessee Titans
Jake Locker gets a slightly less-veteran veteran backup, as ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ryan Fitzpatrick will take Matt Hasselbeck's old role.
March 18: Matt Hasselbeck to Indianapolis Colts
With Drew Stanton off to Arizona, the Colts needed a veteran backup for Andrew Luck. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, they have found one: Matt Hasselbeck, who was released by the Titans and on the market for just hours.
March 18: Ben Watson to New Orleans Saints
The Saints add another weapon for Drew Brees, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. He reports former Cleveland Browns TE Ben Watson has signed with New Orleans.
March 18: Jake Long to St. Louis Rams
On March 13, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported that former Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long agreed to terms with the St. Louis Rams. Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported later that day no deal had been reached. After a multi-day visit, extended physical and some soul searching, Florio reports Long has finally signed with the Rams.
March 17: Kevin Burnett to Oakland Raiders
Per Adam Kaplan of TheSidelineView.com, linebacker Kevin Burnett, most recently of the Miami Dolphins, has agreed to sign with the Oakland Raiders.
March 16: Brandon Myers to New York Giants
With former tight end Martellus Bennett off to Chicago, the New York Giants have replaced Bennett with former Oakland Raiders tight end Brandon Myers, according to Pro Football Talk.
March 16: Craig Dahl to San Francisco 49ers
Per Howard Balzer of Sirius XM NFL Radio, former St. Louis Rams safety Craig Dahl has signed a three-year deal with the 49ers.
March 15: Adrian Wilson to New England Patriots
After Patrick Chung departed for Philadelphia, the New England Patriots added former Arizona Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson, according to Mike Jurecki of radio station XTRA910.
March 15: Marcus Spears to Baltimore Ravens
Former Dallas Cowboys defender Marcus Spears will help reload the depleted Ravens defense, per Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. The deal is for two years and $3.55 million
March 15: Greg Jennings to Minnesota Vikings
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Greg Jennings has agreed to terms with Minnesota, easing the pain of former Vikings receiver Percy Harvin departing for Seattle. Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports Jennings' five-year deal is worth $45 million in base salary, with more in incentives and $18 million guaranteed.
March 15: Willie Colon to New York Jets
Per Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, former Steelers offensive lineman Willie Colon agreed to a one-year, $1.2 million contract with the New York Jets.
March 15: Danny Woodhead to San Diego Chargers
According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, another New England Patriots skill-position player is on the move; tailback Danny Woodhead signed a two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers.
March 15: Geoff Schwartz to Kansas City Chiefs
B/R's own Matt Miller reports Geoff Schwartz has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. The former Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman adds to Kansas City's impressive haul.
March 15: Dustin Keller to Miami Dolphins
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, former New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller is switching AFC East rivalry sides, agreeing to a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins.
March 15: Mike Goodson to New York Jets
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the New York Jets have inked a free agent, former Oakland Raiders tailback Mike Goodson, on a three-year, $6.9 million deal.
March 15: Nick Roach to Oakland Raiders
Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports former Chicago Bears linebacker Nick Roach has agreed to a deal with the Oakland Raiders.
March 14: Jasper Brinkley to Arizona Cardinals
Per Mike Garafalo of the New Jersey Star-Ledger, former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jasper Brinkley has agreed to a two-year deal to man the middle for the Cardinals.
March 14: Michael Bennett to Seattle Seahawks
By inking Michael Bennett to a one-year, $5 million deal, the Seahawks now have three top-flight pass-rushers to rotate on the edges against NFC West offensive lines. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk had the scoop.
March 14: Leon Washington to New England Patriots
Former Seattle Seahawks running back Leon Washington is jumping to the New England Patriots, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, on a one-year deal.
March 14: Connor Barwin to Philadelphia Eagles
Per the Houston Chronicle’s Tania Ganguli, former Houston Texans defensive end Connor Barwin has agreed terms with the Philadelphia Eagles. Ganguli reports Barwin’s six-year deal is worth $36 million, and as much as $40 million after incentives.
March 14: Keenan Lewis to New Orleans Saints
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, cornerback Keenan Lewis has agreed to terms with the New Orleans Saints.
March 14: Steven Jackson to Atlanta Falcons
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports former St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson has agreed to join the Atlanta Falcons.
March 14: Cary Williams to Philadelphia Eagles
Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Cary Williams will take the place of departed Eagles corners Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Nnamdi Asomugha, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
March 14: Kenny Phillips to Philadelphia Eagles
Former New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips further rounds out the thin Philadelphia Eagles secondary; ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Phillips has agreed to terms.
March 14: Matt Cassel to the Minnesota Vikings
According to FOX Sports insider Jay Glazer, recently cut Chiefs QB Matt Cassel has agreed to terms with the Minnesota Vikings.
March 14: Ricky Jean-Francois to Indianapolis Colts
Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com reports former 49ers DT Ricky Jean-Francois has agreed to a four-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts.
March 14: Sean Smith to Kansas City Chiefs
Agent David Canter confirms that the Chiefs have reached an agreement with former Miami Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith.
March 13: Jeremy Trueblood to Washington Redskins
Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports the Redskins—normally big splash-makers in free agency—are finally on the board with the inking of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood.
March 13: Derek Cox to San Diego Chargers
Per team announcement, via a tweet from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chargers have signed former Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Derek Cox to a four-year deal.
March 13: LaRon Landry to Indianapolis Colts
Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports the Colts have signed LaRon Landry, former New York Jets safety, to a four-year deal.
March 13: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to Denver Broncos
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie signed a one-year deal with the Denver Broncos.
March 13: [UPDATE: not a done deal] Josh Cribbs to Arizona Cardinals
Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that returner/receiver Josh Cribbs is adding to the Arizona Cardinals’ impressive free-agent haul. Ian Rapoport of NFL.com contradicts that report, saying Cribbs has picked Arizona as his destination, but no deal is close.
March 13: Danny Amendola to New England Patriots
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Patriots wasted no time replacing departed receiver Wes Welker. Former St. Louis Rams wideout Danny Amendola has agreed to a five-year deal.
March 13: Cliff Avril to Seattle Seahawks
Former Detroit Lions defensive end Cliff Avril, touted as a sought-after free agent, finally got an offer he liked from the Seattle Seahawks. NFL.com's Albert Breer reports Avril's agreed to terms.
March 13: Jonathan Casillas to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Former New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Casillas is staying in-division; per his agent, Blake Baratz (via ESPN’s Adam Schefter), Casillas has agreed to a one-year deal with the Buccaneers.
March 13: Jerraud Powers to the Arizona Cardinals
Arizona continues its crop of under-the-radar free agents, snagging former Indianapolis Colts cornerback Jerraud Powers, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.
March 13: Terrance Knighton to Denver Broncos
Many reported his signing was forthcoming, but defensive tackle Terrance Knighton confirmed his move to the Denver Broncos himself, leaving the Jacksonville Jaguars behind.
March 13: Jason Hunter to Oakland Raiders
Following a long tradition of the rival Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders swiping players and coaches from each other, former Broncos defensive end Jason Hunter has agreed to join the Raiders, per a team release (via Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com).
March 13: Kaluka Maiava to Oakland Raiders
The Raiders stop the outflow of free agents from their front seven by bringing in former Cleveland Browns linebacker Kaluka Maiava on a three-year, $6 million deal, according to NFL.com’s Albert Breer.
March 13: Pat Sims to Oakland Raiders
Further bolstering the Raiders' front seven, former Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Pat Sims is on his way to Oakland on a one-year deal, per a tweet from his agency, Priority Sports.
March 13: Lorenzo Alexander to Arizona Cardinals
Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com reports that former Redskins defensive tackle Lorenzo Alexander has agreed to terms with the Arizona Cardinals.
March 13: Drew Stanton to Arizona Cardinals
Per a tweet from his agent, Mike McCartney, former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Drew Stanton rejoined Bruce Arians in Arizona with a three-year deal. He'll be competing with fellow Michigan State grad Brian Hoyer.
March 13: Wes Welker to Denver Broncos
Per NFL.com's Albert Breer, the rich get poorer and the other rich get richer, as former New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker has joined up with Peyton Manning on a two-year deal.
March 13: Sammie Hill to Tennessee Titans
The Titans added a whole lot of beef to their defensive front, signing 330-pound defensive tackle Sammie Hill to a three-year, $11.4 million deal, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 13: Stewart Bradley to Denver Broncos
The Broncos snatched up linebacker Stewart Bradley on a one-year contract, and the former Arizona Cardinals defender adds depth/competition per team executive vice president John Elway.
March 13: Drayton Florence to Carolina Panthers
Former Detroit Lions cornerback and "future general manager," according to his twitter bio, Drayton Florence is on the move to Carolina, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 13: Glenn Dorsey to San Francisco 49ers
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Glenn Dorsey is finalizing a deal with San Francisco. The former Chiefs defensive tackle won't be sticking around for the Andy Reid era in Kansas City.
March 13: Shonn Greene to Tennessee Titans
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that former New York Jets tailback Shonn Greene has agreed to a three-year, $10 million deal to complement Chris Johnson in Tennessee.
March 13: Dashon Goldson to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
After falling just short of winning it all, former San Francisco 49ers safety Dashon Goldson is set to cash in. Per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, Goldson has agreed to a five-year, $41.25 million deal with the Buccaneers, $22 million of which is guaranteed.
March 13: Glover Quin to Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions saw nothing but losses on the first day, but are hauling in gains on the second. Former Houston Texans safety Glover Quin has agreed to terms with the Lions, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Per the team's official site, it's a five-year deal.
March 13: Rashard Mendenhall to Arizona Cardinals
Per a tweet from his agent, Mike McCarthy, the tailback-starved Cardinals have added former Pittsburgh Steelers runner Rashard Mendenall on a one-year deal.
March 13: Reggie Bush to Detroit Lions
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports the long-expected: The Lions have agreed to terms with former Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush.
March 13: Gary Barnidge to Cleveland Browns
Cleveland's spending spree still hasn't stopped. NFL.com's Aditi Kinkhabwala reports the Browns have come to terms with former Carolina Panthers tight end Gary Barnidge.
March 13: Jason Jones to Detroit Lions
According to a tweet from his agent, Mike McCartney, former Tennessee Titans defensive lineman Jason Jones has agreed to terms with his hometown Detroit Lions. Jones will be reunited with his former defensive coordinator, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz.
March 13: Donnie Avery to Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs keep adding targets for new quarterback Alex Smith, this time signing former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Donnie Avery, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 13: Bruce Gradkowski to Pittsburgh Steelers
It may be the end of the Charlie Batch era in Pittsburgh. Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL.com reports the Steelers signed Bruce Gradkowski, the former Bengals quarterback, presumably to back up Ben Roethlisberger.
March 13: Manny Lawson to Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills get on the board with former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Manny Lawson, per a tweet from his agency, Schwartz & Feinsod.
March 13: Quentin Groves to Cleveland Browns
Cleveland's free-agent spending spree isn't over yet: Adam Schefter of ESPN reports former Arizona Cardinals linebacker Quentin Groves has agreed to terms with the Browns.
March 12: Desmond Bryant to Cleveland Browns
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, former Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant will sign with the Cleveland Browns, increasing their haul.
March 12: Patrick Chung to Philadelphia Eagles
Former New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung joined the rush of free agents to Philadelphia, according to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com.
March 12: James Casey to Philadelphia Eagles
Per a team announcement, via Pro Football Talk, the Eagles have signed tight end/H-back James Casey, formerly of the Houston Texans, marking head coach Chip Kelly's first offensive signing.
March 12: Isaac Sopoaga to Philadelphia Eagles
Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com reports that the Eagles have landed former San Francisco 49ers nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga.
March 12: Bradley Fletcher to Philadelphia Eagles
Cornerback Bradley Fletcher, formerly of the St. Louis Rams, has also agreed to terms with the Eagles, again per Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com.
March 12: Philip Wheeler to Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins continue their spending spree, agreeing to terms with former Oakland Raiders linebacker Philip Wheeler, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. Florio reports it's a five-year, $26 million deal.
March 12: Chris Canty to Baltimore Ravens
Former New York Giants defensive lineman Chris Canty stopped the bleeding in Baltimore; ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Canty agreed to a three-year, $8 million deal to restock the depleted Ravens defense.
March 12: Jermon Bushrod to Chicago Bears
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bears are wrapping up a long-term deal with former New Orleans Saints left tackle Jermon Bushrod, a deal long rumored to be in the works.
March 12: Jared Cook to St. Louis Rams
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport also reports the Rams have inked former Tennessee Titans tight end Jared Cook to a five-year deal.
March 12: Mike DeVito to Kansas City Chiefs
According to Adam Teicher of The Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have reached an agreement with former Jets defensive end Mike DeVito, while DeVito was visiting Chiefs facilities. CBS Sports' Jason LaCanfora reports DeVito's three-year deal is worth $12.6 million with $6.2 million guaranteed.
March 12: Dannell Ellerbe to Miami Dolphins
The big money is flowing in Miami. Per Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun, former Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe is flying the coop to Miami. The heir apparent to Ray Lewis has abdicated the throne. Per Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports, Ellerbe's deal is for five years and $35 million.
March 12: Chase Daniel to Kansas City Chiefs
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports the Chiefs have an agreement in principle with Chase Daniel. The former New Orleans Saints backup is regarded as a potential starter, though he'll be behind former San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith on the depth chart.
March 12: Erik Walden to Indianapolis Colts
Via an announcement on the official team site, the Colts have agreed to undisclosed terms with former Green Bay Packers linebacker Erik Walden.
March 12: Greg Toler to Indianapolis Colts
Also per the Colts' official site, the Colts have agreed to (undisclosed) terms with former Arizona Cardinals cornerback Greg Toler.
March 12: Donald Thomas to Indianapolis Colts
Again per the Colts' official site, they've agreed to (undisclosed) terms with former New England Patriots offensive guard Donald Thomas.
March 12: King Dunlap to San Diego Chargers
Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com reports the Chargers have signed former Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle King Dunlap to a two-year deal.
March 12: Delanie Walker to Tennessee Titans
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Tennessee Titans have inked former San Francisco 49ers tight end Delanie Walker to a four-year deal.
March 12: Gosder Cherilus to Indianapolis Colts
According to the Colts' official site, former Detroit Lions offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus has agreed to (unreported) terms with the Indianapolis Colts.
March 12: Anthony Fasano to Kansas City Chiefs
Per Adam Teicher of The Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have added veteran tight end Anthony Fasano, who's spent the last five seasons with the Miami Dolphins.
March 12: Louis Vasquez to Denver Broncos
Mike Garafalo of the New Jersey Star-Ledger reports the Broncos have signed former San Diego Chargers guard Louis Vasquez to a four-year, $23.5 million contract, of which $13 million is guaranteed.
March 12: Andy Levitre to Tennesee Titans
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Tennesee Titans have signed former Buffalo Bills guard Andy Levitre to a six-year, $46.8 million deal.
March 12: John Phillips to San Diego Chargers
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the San Diego Chargers added tight end John Phillips, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys.
March 12: Mike Wallace to Miami Dolphins
Per Jeff Darlington of NFL Network, Wallace is taking a physical and has agreed to terms, which Darlington stated on NFL Network as five years, $65 million with about $30 million guaranteed.
March 12: Martellus Bennett to Chicago Bears
Per Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago, the Bears have signed former New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett. Terms are not yet available.
March 11: Anquan Boldin to San Francisco 49ers
According to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have traded receiver Anquan Boldin to the 49ers for a sixth-round pick. This move isn't a free-agent signing, but it changes some team needs.
March 11: Percy Harvin to Seattle Seahawks
According to Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com, the Vikings have traded receiver Percy Harvin to the Seahawks for a package of picks that includes this year's first-round selection. Again, this is not a free-agent signing, but it takes the Seahawks out of the running for a free-agent wide receiver, and possibly puts the Minnesota Vikings in the market for one.
March 10: Cullen Jenkins to New York Giants
Per Kim Jones of NFL Network, the Giants signed former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Cullen Jenkins to an three-year deal worth $8 million, with $3 million guaranteed.