2014 NFL Free Agency: Grades for Latest Signings

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2014 NFL Free Agency: Grades for Latest Signings
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What if you had $320 million burning a hole in your pocket?

That's what it's like for today's NFL teams, who got an unexpected $10 million bump to their per-team salary just before the March 11 start to free agency.

With a last-second influx of cap money, players started coming off the market well before the market even opened. Players like the San Diego Chargers' Donald Butler and Washington Redskins' Perry Riley chose to re-up with their original teams just days before the market opened—and that's just the inside linebackers.

With so few top-flight starters left hitting the open market, players like Tennessee Titans cornerback Alterraun Verner have plenty of suitors all to themselves.

The few players that are changing teams will likely command princely sums in the process, and a lot of "Plan B" free agents may command premium money.

Here at Bleacher Report, we'll give you the lowdown on every free-agent signing, how the players fit in, a letter grade, and if the players were worth the money.

Keep coming back to this piece throughout the opening days of free agency, as it'll be constantly updated with info on all the latest moves!

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