Haven't seen the latest? Here are all the big free-agent signings so far, with the freshest 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 16: Walter Thurmond to New York Giants
One of a flock of Seahawks leaving Seattle, cornerback Walter Thurmond has agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Giants, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 16: Emmanuel Sanders to Denver Broncos
After a wild saga that involved at least two other teams and some hurt feelings, receiver Emmanuel Sanders has signed a three-year deal worth up to $18 million with the Denver Broncos, per Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.
March 15: Julius Peppers to Green Bay Packers
The second Packer or Bear to switch sides in the NFL's oldest rivalry, pass-rusher Julius Peppers joins Green Bay on a three-year deal worth a maximum of $30 million, per ESPN's Josina Anderson.
March 14: Tarell Brown to Oakland Raiders
Reggie McKenzie wasn't allowed to spend all of owner Mark Davis' money in one go, so instead he's collecting good, cheap players. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports it's a one-year deal worth a fully guaranteed $3.5 million.
March 14: Antonio Smith to Oakland Raiders
The Raiders continue to beef up the front seven with the addition of defensive lineman Antonio Smith, per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, signing him to a two-year, $9 million deal.
March 14: Michael Oher to Tennessee Titans
It was always going to be a choice between Oher and Eugene Monroe for the Ravens this offseason. With Monroe re-signed, Oher leaves on a four-year, $20 million deal according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 14: Brandon Browner to New England Patriots
THe New England Patriots Home for Wayward Football Players just accepted its newest tenant: cornerback Brandon Browner, who must sit out the first four games of his three-year, $17 million deal due to a league suspension. Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reported the terms.
March 14: Hakeem Nicks to Indianapolis Colts
Two dots many had penciled a line between have finally been linked in ink: The ink on Nicks' one-year deal, per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.
March 14: Chris Cook to San Francisco 49ers
With cornerback Carlos Rogers headed elsewhere, the 49ers have signed Cook to a one-year deal, per Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee.
March 14: Shelley Smith to Miami Dolphins
The gutted Dolphins offensive line is slowly getting put back together. The former Rams guard gets a two-year, $5.5 million deal, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 14: Steve Smith to Baltimore Ravens
In a move that's going to seem so wrong when he takes the field this fall, Panthers icon Steve Smith has agreed to go to the Ravens on a three-year, $11 million deal, per Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.
March 14: Evan Dietrich-Smith to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Buccaneers snag the first center to change teams on a four-year, $14.25 million deal, per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.
March 14: Cortland Finnegan to Miami Dolphins
Per Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Finnegan goes to Miami on a two-year deal.
March 14: Cam Thomas to Pittsburgh Steelers
The Steelers beef up their defensive line, signing the 330-pound Thomas to a two-year deal, per Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego.
March 14: Wesley Woodyard to Tennessee Titans
According to USA Today's Mike Garafolo, former Broncos LB Wesley Woodyard has agreed to a four-year, $16 million deal with the Tennessee Titans.
March 13: Brandon Pettigrew to Detroit Lions
The last healthy starting tight end is off the market, as the Detroit Free Press's Dave Birkett reports Pettigrew signed a four-year, $16 million deal.
March 13: Jameel McClain to New York Giants
The Giants keep making judicious moves, and Tom Pelissero of USA Today reports they've made another: signing former Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain.
March 13: LaMarr Woodley to Oakland Raiders
After a disappointing start to free agency, the Oakland Raiders turned things around on Thursday by adding another pass-rusher in former Steelers standout LaMarr Woodley, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 13: Jason Hatcher to Washington Redskins
Per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, the Washington Redskins snagged defensive tackle Jason Hatcher from the NFC East-rival Dallas Cowboys.
March 13: Captain Munnerlyn to Minnesota Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings needed a cornerback, and they went to work finding one early in the free-agency period. They signed former Carolina Panthers cornerback Captain Munnerlyn on Thursday; Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports it's a three-year, $14.25 million deal.
March 13: Matt Shaughnessy to Arizona Cardinals
Along with Ginn, the Cardinals also locked up linebacker Matt Shaughnessy, who spent the last four years with the Oakland Raiders, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 13: Ted Ginn, Jr. to Arizona Cardinals
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, former Carolina Panthers speedster Ted Ginn, Jr. will be playing in Arizona next season.
March 13: Phil Costa to Indianapolis Colts
Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reported former Cowboys center Phil Costa would be signing with the Indianapolis Colts.
March 13: Charlie Whitehurst to Tennessee Titans
As reported by The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt, quarterback Charlie Whitehurst will join the Tennessee Titans on a two-year deal worth up to $8 million.
March 13: Kellen Clemens to San Diego Chargers
Per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, former St. Louis Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens has agreed to terms with the San Diego Chargers. Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1 reports it's a two-year, $3 million deal.
March 13: Justin Tuck to Oakland Raiders
The Raiders needed a big splash after their failed attempt to land OL Rodger Saffold, and they made just that by signing former New York Giants DE Justin Tuck to a two-year, $11 million deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 13: Tracy Porter to Washington
A relatively quiet free-agency period for Daniel Snyder's team got a jolt when the Redskins agreed to terms with former Super Bowl hero Tracy Porter, according to Dianna Russini of NBC 4 in Washington.
March 13: Garrett Graham to Houston Texans
The Texans released Owen Daniels this offseason, but didn't want to let second-year pro Ryan Griffin be the only tight end option available. According to Texans beat man John McClain, Houston has agreed to bring Garrett Graham back on a three-year deal.
March 13: Ziggy Hood to Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jacksonville defensive-line rebuild continues with former Steeler Ziggy Hood. Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union had the scoop; Hood's agent, Andy Ross, confirmed the deal is for four years.
March 13: Willie Young to Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears signed defensive end Willie Young away from the division-rival Detroit Lions. Per Tom Pelissero of USA Today, Young agreed to a three-year, $9 million deal.
March 13: Anthony Collins to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the last major left-tackle signing has been made: Anthony Collins has agreed to join the Bucs. Per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, it's a five-year deal worth $30 million.
March 13: Vaughn Martin to Detroit Lions
Defensive tackle Vaughn Martin has agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions, according to his agent, Chad Speck. Martin, as Speck points out, hails from nearby London, Ontario, Canada.
March 13: Chris Clemons to Jacksonville Jaguars
Longtime Seattle Seahawks standout Chris Clemons is re-joining his old defensive coordinator, Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley, on a four-year deal, so says NFL Media's Albert Breer.
March 13: Nolan Carroll to Philadelphia Eagles
Former Miami Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll has agreed to a two-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles worth $3.65 million, per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, as part of a second annual secondary rebuild.
March 12: Eric Decker to New York Jets
It wasn't exactly unexpected, but things are going to get a whole lot more interesting in the AFC East with Eric Decker joining the Jets on a five-year, $36.25 million deal, as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 12: Jonathan Dwyer to Arizona Cardinals
Arizona has been a typical landing spot for ex-Steelers in recent years. As reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, former Pittsburgh running back Jonathan Dwyer continued the trend by signing with the Cardinals.
March 12 UPDATE: Rodger Saffold back to St. Louis Rams
Another late-night stunner: After originally signing with Oakland on a five-year, $42.5 million deal, Saffold failed the Raiders' physical. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Saffold is immediately returning to St. Louis to sign a five-year, $37.5 million deal.
March 12: Darrelle Revis to New England Patriots
The wildest story [UPDATE: second-wildest] of the 2014 free-agent period concludes with a stunner: The Patriots replace Aqib Talib with the best cornerback in football—and a one-year, $12 million contract to boot, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 12: Keith Rivers to Buffalo Bills
The former first-round pick is moving upstate, from the New York Giants to the Buffalo Bills. Tim Graham of The Buffalo News had the scoop on the two-year, $5 million deal.
March 12: Mike Neal to Green Bay Packers
Versatile defensive players offer great value, and the Packers did not want to see pass-rusher Mike Neal get away. According Neal's personal Twitter account, he's returning to Green Bay on a two-year deal.
March 12: Joe Mays to Kansas City Chiefs
Veteran ILB is moving from Houston to Kansas City. According to ESPN insider Adam Caplan, he's agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Chiefs.
March 12: Corey Graham to Buffalo Bills
Cornerback and special-teams ace Corey Graham is headed north to Buffalo, per ESPN's Adam Caplan, on a four-year, $16 million deal.
March 12: Golden Tate to Detroit Lions
According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, Golden Tate of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks is leaving the 12th Man in favor of the Detroit Lions on a five-year, $31 million deal with $13.25 million guaranteed.
March 12: Jacoby Jones to Baltimore Ravens
For a brief moment it looked like Jacoby Jones might be out in Baltimore, but in the end he was re-signed for a four-year, $14 million deal, according to Ravens insider Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.
March 12: Randy Starks to Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins' franchise tag player a year ago, Randy Starks is staying put in Miami after agreeing to a two-year deal, per CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.
March 12: Josh McCown to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa's new regime continues its spending by adding veteran signal-caller Josh McCown to a two-year deal, according to his agent Mike McCartney on Twitter.
March 12: DeMarcus Ware to Denver Broncos
The rich get really, really richer as the AFC Champion Broncos strike for a third time, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. The pass-rusher agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal.
March 12: Jon Beason to New York Giants
Big Blue desperately wanted to bring back the MLB they acquired via trade last season, and according to NFL Network reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala, they've done just that. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports it's a three-year deal worth $19 million.
March 12: M.D. Jennings to Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears really needed to revamp their defense this offseason and have now landed their second safety of free agency in M.D. Jennings, according to USA Today's Mike Garafolo.
March 12: Chris Williams to Buffalo Bills
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Buffalo Bills have signed former Bears and Rams guard Chris Williams to a four-year, $13.5 million deal with $5.5 million guaranteed.
March 12: Austin Howard to Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders lost offensive tackle Jared Veldheer to the Cardinals, but they found his potential replacement in former New York Jets tackle Austin Howard, as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 11: Donald Brown to San Diego Chargers
As reported by Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, former Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown will sign with the San Diego Chargers.
March 11: Aqib Talib to Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos were quick to replace Champ Bailey, locking up Aqib Talib with a massive six-year, $57 million deal with $26 million in guaranteed money, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 11: Toby Gerhart to Jacksonville Jaguars
As noted by Matt Miller, former Vikings running back Toby Gerhart wants a starting gig, and he might just have that chance in Jacksonville. The two sides reached an agreement Tuesday night, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 11: Alterraun Verner to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
As reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a tremendous bargain in signing former Titans cornerback Alterraun Verner to a four-year, $26.5 million deal.
March 11: Jairus Byrd to New Orleans Saints
After creating significant cap space leading up to free agency, the New Orleans Saints pulled off the biggest signing of the day, inking safety Jairus Byrd to a six-year, $54 million deal, as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 11: Mike Mitchell to Pittsburgh Steelers
In an effort to replace aging veteran Ryan Clark, the Pittsburgh Steelers have signed 26-year-old former Panthers safety Mike Mitchell, per Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs.
March 11: Darren McFadden to Oakland Raiders
In one of the more surprising moves, Raiders star Darren McFadden is returning to the Black Hole. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the contract is a one-year, $4 million deal.
March 11: Nick Folk to New York Jets
Previously franchise-tagged by the Jets, placekicker Nick Folk got his wish for a multiyear deal according to ESPN New York's Rich Cimini.
March 11: Ryan Mundy to Chicago Bears
Chicago was poised to look for defensive help this offseason and, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, found some in former Giants safety Ryan Mundy.
March 11: Ahmad Bradshaw to Indianpolis Colts
Ahmad Bradshaw saw a career resurgence in Indianapolis last season before going down with an injury. He'll get a chance to get back at with the Colts on a one-year deal, according to Pro Football Talk.
March 11: Rashad Jennings to New York Giants
Re-signing Peyton Hillis wasn't enough for Giants GM Jerry Reese as he went out and landed former Raiders RB Rashad Jennings as well. According to CSN Bay Area reported Fallon Smith it's a four-year, $14 million deal with $3 million guaranteed.
March 11: Linval Joseph to Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota dealt the Giants a huge blow by stealing star DT Linval Joseph on Tuesday. Fox Sports 1 NFL reporter Alex Marvez had the original scoop, according to Adam Schefter.
March 11: Eugene Monroe to Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens took the best left tackle on the market back off the market, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, with a five-year, $37.5 million deal.
March 11: Antoine Bethea to San Francisco 49ers
The safety swaps continue, with Antoine Bethea replacing the departed Donte Whitner in San Francisco. Bethea got $28 million over four years, according to Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee.
March 11: T.J. Ward to Denver Broncos
The rich get richer. The Broncos wanted, and needed, safety help and wound up with one of the best on the market in former Browns defensive back T.J. Ward. The Denver Post reports Ward signed a four-year contract for $23 million.
March 11: Geoff Schwartz to New York Giants
Long-believed to be in the market for Chiefs OL Geoff Schwartz, the Giants were actually able to close the four-year, $16.8 million deal on Tuesday afternoon, per Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports.
March 11: Malcolm Jenkins to Philadelphia Eagles
Eagles fans were looking a big-name safety and wound up with former Saint Malcolm Jenkins. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Jenkins is joining Philly on a three-year $16.5 million deal.
March 11: Vontae Davis to Indianapolis Colts
The incomparable Colts owner Jim Irsay took to Twitter to announce that his team was able to re-sign cornerback Vontae Davis. The contract is for four years, $39 million with $20 million guaranteed, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 11: Andre Roberts to Washington
According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, Andre Roberts is headed to Washington on a four-year, $16 million deal.
March 11: Art Jones to Indianapolis Colts
Art Jones will be following former defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano to Indianapolis, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, on a five-year deal worth about $30 million.
March 11: Zane Beadles to Jacksonville Jaguars
Guard Zane Beadles, per ESPN's Adam Caplan via ESPN's Adam Schefter, has agreed to a five-year, $30 million deal to move from Denver to Jacksonville.
March 11: Lamarr Houston to Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears re-stock their defensive front, adding Lamarr Houston on a five-year, $35 million deal, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.
March 11: Branden Albert to Miami Dolphins
Branden Albert spins on the left-tackle carousel to Miami, where, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, he's signed a five-year deal worth about $45 million.
March 11: Santana Moss to Washington
Santana Moss is staying in burgundy and gold, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, for one more year.
March 11: Dexter McCluster to Tennessee Titans
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the speedy Dexter McCluster is racing to Tennessee, where he'll make up to $12 million over the next three years.
March 11: Jared Veldheer to Arizona Cardinals
The left-tackle wheel of fortune is spinning, and Jared Veldheer hit the jackpot in Arizona: $35 million over five years, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
March 11: Brandon Myers to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Brandon Myers signed with Tampa Bay on a two-year, $4.25 million contract, per Tom Pelissero of USA Today.
March 11: O'Brien Schofield to New York Giants
Per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, former Seattle Seahawks linebacker O'Brien Schofield is headed back to the Big Apple—this time, to sign a two-year, $8 million deal.
March 11: Paul Soliai to Atlanta Falcons
This year, the Falcons really aren't slow-playing the defensive line market. Per Tom Pelissero of USA Today, they gave Paul Soliai $33 million over five seasons.
March 11: Tyson Jackson to Atlanta Falcons
Adding more bulk and talent to their defensive line, the Falcons locked up Tyson Jackson for five years, at a cost of $25 million, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.
March 11: Jon Asamoah to Atlanta Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons announced they've signed guard Jon Asamoah, and per USA Today's Tom Pelissero it's a five-year, $22.5 million deal.
March 11: Phil Dawson to San Francisco 49ers
Ageless placekicker Phil Dawson tweeted that he'll be returning to the 49ers for 2014 on his verified account; he did not disclose terms.
March 11: Stevie Brown to New York Giants
Rehabbing safety Stevie Brown tweeted from his verified account he will return to the Giants. He did not announce the terms of the contract.
March 11: Michael Johnson to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The first big name is off the board, as defensive end Michael Johnson has agreed to a five-year, $43.75 million contract with the Bucs, per ESPN's Josina Anderson.
March 11: Peyton Hillis to New York Giants
Tom Pelissero of USA Today reports power runner Peyton Hillis will return to Big Blue on a two-year, $1.8 million deal.
March 11: Jonathan Babineaux to Atlanta Falcons
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Falcons kept defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux off the market with a three-year extension.
March 11: Joique Bell to Detroit Lions
Restricted free agent Joique Bell agreed to a long-term extension in Detroit: three years, $9.3 million, per Tim Twentyman of the team's official site.
March 11: Trumaine McBride to New York Giants
The New York Daily News' Ralph Vacciano reports cornerback Trumaine McBride has re-upped with the Giants for two years, at a total of $3.1 million
March 11: Perry Riley to Washington
Dianna Marie Russini of NBC News4 in Washington reports inside linebacker Perry Riley has agreed to stay in the nation's capital, inking a three-year, $13 million deal.
March 11: Adam Vinatieri to Indianapolis Colts
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports longtime Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri has agreed to a two-year deal to remain in Indianapolis.
March 11: Louis Delmas to Miami Dolphins
Per Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald, Safety Louis Delmas has left snowy Detroit to return to his sunny South Florida home on a one-year deal worth up to $3.5 million.