2019 NFL Free Agency Tracker / Offseason Player Movement

FullTime Fantasy Sports' Senior Experts break down the biggest NFL moves thus far in free agency and how they will affect the Fantasy Football landscape!

Full Time Fantasy 2019 Free Agency Tracker / Offseason Player Movement


The Oakland Raiders acquire Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for third-round and fifth-round draft picks.

Fantasy Analysis by Adam Ronis: While it’s clear Brown is getting a downgrade in quarterback going from Ben Roethlisberger to Derek Carr, Brown is going to get a ton of targets. Brown had a 26 percent target share last season and he should be closer to 30 percent in 2019. Brown will take a hit in touchdowns. He’s still a WR1, but a second round pick.

Jaguars released RB Carlos Hyde, who signed with the Kansas City Chiefs to a one-year, $2.8 million contract.

Fantasy Analysis by Adam Ronis: This seems like insurance for Damien Williams, who was excellent as the lead back last season. Hyde is averaging 3.5 yards per carry since the start of the 2017 season and is on his fourth team in a year. Expect Williams to be the lead back with Hyde mixing in.

Browns acquired DE Olivier Vernon and a 2019 fourth-round pick from the Giants in exchange for RG Kevin Zeitler and a 2019 fifth-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: This move only makes sense for each team if you agree with the direction that the Browns and Giants are moving as we approach the 2019 NFL Draft. The G-Men are looking to play ground-and-pound football so that addition of former first-round pick Kevin Zeitler is a huge upgrade, especially considering the lack of talent at the position. While the Browns needed a second edge rusher to play opposite of Myles Garrett, there are many other edge rushers that Cleveland could have sought in the draft. Overall, despite the Giants making some boneheaded decisions in free agency, this move actually makes sense for a team that wants to make Saquon Barkley and the offensive line the key components of their offense.

Olivier Vernon
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Patriots acquired DE Michael Bennett and a 2020 seventh-round pick from the Eagles in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round pick. Bennett’s brother, Martellus, a former NFL tight end, reportedly would like to come out of retirement to play with his brother for the Patriots.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: This is a classic Bill Belichick deal where he was able to get a pass rusher with enough in the tank to play good football for pennies on the dollar. Time will tell to see if Bennett’s brother joins him in New England. The Patriots won this deal by a mile.

Redskins acquired QB Case Keenum and a 2020 seventh-round pick from the Broncos in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Shawn Childs: It’s tough for me to make a CASE for the Redskins to sign Mr. Keenum. The injury to Alex Smith put Washington behind the eight-ball at QB in 2019. I’m sure the plan is to draft a future QB, which points to Case being just low-value game manager this season if he indeed wins the starting job. Denver ate half of his salary, which at least gives the Redskins an NFL QB with one season of success (2018 in Minnesota) at a fair price point.

Rams signed S Eric Weddle to a two-year, $10.5 million contract.

Fantasy Analysis by Shawn Childs: S Eric Weddle may give the appearance of still offering an edge in the secondary (68 tackles). Unfortunately, his game is fading quickly in pass coverage. In today’s NFL, a safety needs to have the legs to match top TEs and even third and fourth WRs in coverage. Weddle had a career-low three defended passes in 2018 with no Ints. Opposing teams will expose his weakness in coverage this year. Nice name, but he’s the wrong fit for me on a young rising team.

Eagles acquired WR DeSean Jackson and a 2020 seventh-round pick from the Buccaneers in exchange for a 2019 sixth-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Dr. Roto: DeSean Jackson returns to Philadelphia and should settle in perfectly as the deep option for Carson Wentz. While I doubt that D-Jax will ever see 1000+ yards again, he should be good for 60+ receptions and 7-8 TDs. I especially like him in best ball formats.

Jets agreed to terms with WR Jamison Crowder, formerly of the Redskins, on a three-year, $28.5 million contract with $17 million guaranteed.

Fantasy Analysis by Dr. Roto: The reality GM in me loves the addition of Jamison Crowder to the Jets, but the Fantasy GM in me thinks that Crowder’s value will take a nose dive. Sam Darnold is still learning the nuances of the QB position and Crowder will have to compete with Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, and Chris Herndon for targets. I think that Crowder has a chance to become a trusted target for Darnold, but Fantasy wise I am think he is more of a WR5.

Jaguars agreed to terms with QB Nick Foles, formerly of the Eagles, on a four-year, $88 million contract.

Fantasy Analysis by Dr. Roto: Is it just me or does Nick Foles to the Jaguars for $88 million seem insane? Who else was going to pay Foles that kind of money? Even worse, is that Foles’ skill set doesn’t seem to jive with what the Jaguars do best. Foles thrives in the shotgun formation, getting the ball out quickly, and using his instincts to make plays. Doug Marrone might have to change the Jaguars offensive mindset from a run-first mentality to a West Coast scheme if he wants to get his money’s worth from Foles.

Bills signed TE Tyler Kroft to a three-year, $18.75 million contract.

Fantasy Analysis by Dr. Roto: Tyler Kroft is actually a nice under the radar Fantasy play with the Bills. Charles Clay is no longer with the team and the Bills are in dire need of receivers to help out QB Josh Allen. Kroft has soft hands for a large guy and he could come up big in the red zone this season.

Colts agreed to terms with WR Devin Funchess, formerly of the Panthers, on a one-year contract.

Fantasy Analysis by Dr. Roto: Most people don’t think that Devin Funchess is a good fit on the Colts, but I like the spot. Andrew Luck will love throwing to such a large target, and with Hilton and Ebron still roaming around, Funchess should find some room to maneuver downfield. I like Funchess way more in TD only leagues than I do in PPR leagues as I just don’t see him getting more than 5-6 targets per game.

Bears agreed to terms with RB Mike Davis, formerly of the Seahawks, on a two-year, $6 million contract.

Fantasy Analysis by Dr. Roto: Put down Bears RB Mike Davis as my first sleeper pick of the new season. Davis was almost impossible to tackle last year and is a three down RB as opposed to Jordan Howard who had hands like stone. There is still some worry about Tarik Cohen stealing carries, but if Davis runs as well as he is capable, he will get 15 touches per game.

Browns acquired WR Odell Beckham from the Giants in exchange for 2019 first- and third-round picks and S Jabrill Peppers.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: Wow, this is a blockbuster! Big Blue was waiting for the trade offer that they couldn’t refuse and they finally got it. The Giants will have the sixth and seventeenth picks in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, setting them up to potentially get their future franchise quarterback along with a solid pass rusher or wide receiver. Not to mention, Jabrill Peppers should line up nicely next to newly acquired Antoine Bethea, lessening the blow of allowing Landon Collins to walk to the NFC East rival Washington Redskins. The G-Men still have plenty of holes to fill but they have 12 picks in this year’s draft. If they can get get Dwayne Hoskins, this trade is likely worth it. At the same time, the Browns now have Baker Mayfield under center, Nick Chubb in the backfield, and former LSU teammates and Pro-Bowl wide receivers Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. Mayfield’s value skyrockets and he is now a QB1 in Fantasy while I expect OBJ to be a late first-rounder in most leagues. Nick Chubb should have a whole lot more running room with the passing game opening up so his stock is rising. And I think we’ll see more of the same from Landry, through OBJ could eat up more targets than any other receiver Landry has played alongside. The Browns offense could be absolutely explosive. They have a very strong defensive line after acquiring Olivier Vernon so look for them to address the offensive line in this year’s draft, as that seems to be the biggest positional hole for Cleveland in 2019. I’d give the Browns an A on this trade. I can’t really grade the Giants until we see what they do with those draft picks.

49ers acquired OLB Dee Ford from the Chiefs in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: After releasing Justin Houston, and now trading Dee Ford for just a second-round pick in 2020, the Chiefs are losing 22 sacks from last season. The 49ers get a nice upgrade here, however, fortunately for the Kansas City Chiefs, Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo always has a few tricks up his sleeve. The former Super Bowl winning coordinator will find the right players to fit into the new 4-3 scheme that the Chiefs will be installing.

Ravens trade QB Joe Flacco to Broncos for 2019 fourth-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: Baltimore has officially given up on Joe Flacco and given second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson control of the offense. While he played decently in 2018, the Ravens need to surround the mobile gunslinger with more weapons if this offense is going to move the chains consistently.

Steelers trade OT Marcus Gilbert to Cardinals for 2019 sixth-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: The Cardinals are hoping that Gilbert has something left in the tank after an injury riddled season, especially because they want to create more space for RB David Johnson, but there is a reason that Gilbert only resulted in a sixth-round pick in return.

Raiders trade G Kelechi Osemele to Jets for 2019 sixth-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: Osemele isn’t the best guard in the league by any means but he should add depth to an offensive line that will be opening up holes for newly acquired Le’Veon Bell. This was a good trade for the Jets, a team that will be heavily relying on Bell and second-year quarterback Sam Darnold.

Dolphins trade QB Ryan Tannehill and a 2019 sixth-round pick to Titans for 2020 fourth-round pick and 2020 seventh-round pick.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt Brandon: The days of Tannehill being a starting quarterback are over for now as he will be the Titans’ second-stringer behind Marcus Mariota. The Dolphins have cleaned house at the position and are clearly looking for their franchise quarterback in the 2019 NFL Draft with just Luke Falk and Jake Ruddock on the roster. Miami likely will be hoping to get Dwayne Haskins or Drew Lock in this draft. I don’t think they have enough assets to trade up for Kyler Murray. Overall, the Phins needed to move on from Tanehill so it’s a risk worth taking. And Tennessee needed a quality backup considering the way Mariota plays and the injuries he has ensued due to his style.

The Eagles sent the Bears a conditional 2020 sixth round pick in exchange for RB Jordan Howard.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: This is a good move, on paper, for the Eagles who were in need of a between-the-tackles, early down runner. Howard is in the final year of his rookie contract and will be owed just over $2 million in salary. I think this backfield will lean his way, but he will certainly split the backfield with RBs Corey Clement, Wendell Smallwood and Josh Adams.

This move hurts Howard’s Fantasy value. He was a borderline Top 25 back given his lack of PPR potential. Meanwhile Tarik Cohen ranked just outside the Top 10 among RBs in PPR leagues. Howard’s role likely would’ve shrunk in 2019 after seeing 250 carries a year ago. Let’s not forget Chicago was a strong and dominant team that finished 12-4 & ranked 11th in rushing. They were often playing with a lead and with a strong defensive unit, Chicago was happy to lean toward a more conservative style of play. Mitch Trubisky only averaged about 31 attempts per game so even though he wasn’t doing much with it, Howard was seeing consistent touches. In a more crowded Philly backfield, that consistency is gone and without any PPR upside, there are more questions than answers.

So the larger Fantasy question to emerge here is who will be Chicago’s primary ball carrier? Cohen had 99 carries last year and that’s a fair estimate for what he’ll see in 2019, give or take. So are the Bears fully committed to Mike Davis, who signed with Chicago a few weeks ago on a two-year deal? He certainly has a shot to be the Bears early down runner but I’d expect the Bears to look for a late Day 2 or early Day 3 draft pick to compete for the job. Cohen is certainly the back I want to own across all formats, but he isn’t built to handle more than 150 carries in a given season.

On the other hand, no back in Philly had more than 120 carries last season (Adams 120, Smallwood 87, Clement 68). Howard is in the prime of his career at 25 years old, but the Eagles haven’t had a 1,000 yard rusher since LeSean McCoy was in town back in 2013 and I believe that is by design.


Le’Veon Bell set to sign with New York Jets on a four-year, $52.5M deal.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: The Jets continue to make big moves and this is likely the biggest one of their offseason. This deal makes Bell the highest paid RB. Last year no Jets RB had more than 150 carries. Isaiah Crowell was the leading rusher with only 685 yards. Bell is certainly going to be the focal point of the offense. My problem is that top WRs Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa don’t scare me if I’m a defensive coordinator. Starting TE Chris Herndon doesn’t worry me over the middle. For the Jets to take some pressure off of Bell, they really need one more playmaker to open up the offense. The Jets haven’t had a game-breaking RB since Curtis Martin so it’s tough for me to imagine Bell putting up the numbers to match what he did in Pittsburgh. For now, I’ll put him around the middle of Tier 2. Tier 1 being Barkley, Elliott, McCaffrey, Gurley & Kamara. Tier 2 being Gordon, Conner, DJohnson & Mixon. I completely understand if someone wants to reach for Bell assuming he’ll get a ton of touches. If you end drafting Bell anywhere in Round 2, I think that’s ideal. I’d love to have the 12th pick in a 12-team league and snag Bell & Michael Thomas or Bell & Julio Jones or Bell & OBJ with my back-to-back picks.

Tevin Coleman signs with 49ers.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: Matt Breida had some great moments when healthy. Jerick McKinnon never got his shot due to injury but what’s his future hold now that Coleman has arrived. Coleman has three-down ability but just like his aforementioned new teammates, injuries have come and gone. I’d give the slight edge to Coleman, as he now reunites with Kyle Shanahan but it’s all speculation until they take the field in Week 1.

Mark Ingram signs with Baltimore Ravens.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: Ingram gives Baltimore a bonafide RB1 but I think we’ll still see a mix of Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon. This probably does help Ingram’s value though significantly because the Ravens aren’t going to throw it 50 times a game with Lamar Jackson now entrenched as the starter.

Adrian Peterson re-signs with Washington Redskins.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: Hard to imagine Peterson playing second fiddle to Derrius Guice but Guice has to be the starter. Depending on the price, I consider Peterson a decent handcuff if you’ve got the bench spot to spare. Still think Chris Thompson is the third down back too.

Tyrell Williams joins Antonio Brown in Oakland.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: Lots of people point to Williams as a potential sleeper but he’s underachieved and been inconsistent with the Chargers for years and that’s often been with Keenan Allen dinged up or occupying the No. 2 spot on the depth chart. Derek Carr is a step below Philip Rivers in my mind so I’m not seeing the logic in thinking Williams will break out or even quality as a sleeper.

Tyrod Taylor signs as backup quarterback with the Los Angeles Chargers.

Fantasy Analysis by Matt De Lima: Speaking of the Chargers, Taylor is a solid backup and it’s a role he’s known for the better majority of his career. Although he certainly isn’t the long-term solution should Rivers move on after this season.

Demetrius Brown signs with the Cleveland Browns.

Fantasy Analysis: David Njoku is the clear No. 1 but Harris is a big-bodied red zone target who can also pass block or seal the edge. Browns are really ticking all the boxes.

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Unit Grades & Needs For Each NFL Team

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Player 2018 team 2019 team
Nick Foles Eagles Jaguars (4 years, $88M)
Tyrod Taylor Browns Chargers (2 years)
Teddy Bridgewater Saints Saints (1 year, $7.25M)
Ryan Fitzpatrick Buccaneers Dolphins (2 years, $12M)
Blake Bortles Jaguars Rams (1 year)
Matt Schaub Falcons Falcons (2 years)
Robert Griffin III Ravens Ravens (2 years)
Ryan Griffin Buccaneers Buccaneers (2 years)
Tom Savage Bengals Lions
Mike Glennon Cardinals Raiders
Brett Hundley Seahawks Cardinals
AJ McCarron Raiders Texans
Blaine Gabbert Titans Buccaneers
Trevor Siemian Vikings Jets (1 year, $2M)
Sean Mannion Rams Vikings
Joe Webb Texans Texans
Derek Anderson Bills Bills
Austin Davis Titans Retired
Brandon Weeden Texans TBD
Sam Bradford Cardinals TBD
Mark Sanchez Redskins TBD
Matt Cassel Lions TBD
Geno Smith Chargers TBD
Brock Osweiler Dolphins TBD
Josh McCown Jets TBD
Josh Johnson Redskins TBD

Running Backs

Le’Veon Bell Signs With New York Jets

Running Backs

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Le’Veon Bell Steelers Jets (4 years, $52.5M)
Mark Ingram Saints Ravens (3 years, $15M)
Tevin Coleman Falcons 49ers (2 years, $10M)
T.J. Yeldon Jaguars Bills
Spencer Ware Chiefs Colts
Mike Davis Seahawks Bears (2 years, $6M)
Latavius Murray Vikings Saints (4 years, $14.4M)
C.J. Anderson Rams Lions
Adrian Peterson Redskins Redskins (2 years)
Carlos Hyde Jaguars Chiefs (1 year, $2.8M)
Kareem Hunt Chiefs Browns (1 year, $1M)
Isaiah Crowell Jets Raiders
Ty Montgomery Ravens Jets
Alfred Blue Texans Jaguars
Ameer Abdullah Vikings Vikings
Frank Gore Dolphins Bills (1 year, $2M)
Zach Zenner’ Lions Lions
Benny Cunningham Bears Jaguars
Cameron Artis-Payne Panthers Panthers
Brandon Bolden Dolphins Patriots
Kenjon Barner Panthers Falcons (1 year)
Andre Ellington Cardinals Buccaneers
Johnathon Stewart Giants Retired
Doug Martin Raiders TBD
Corey Grant Jaguars TBD
Jeremy Hill Patriots TBD
Alfred Morris 49ers TBD
Jacquizz Rodgers Buccaneers TBD
Stevan Ridley Steelers TBD
LeGarrette Blount Lions TBD
Jay Ajayi Eagles TBD
Darren Sproles Eagles TBD
Marshawn Lynch Raiders TBD
Alex Collins Ravens TBD
Javorius Allen Ravens TBD
Bilal Powell Jets TBD
Rod Smith Cowboys TBD
Adrian Peterson
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Wide Receivers

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Golden Tate Eagles Giants (4 years, $37.5M)
Adam Humphries Buccaneers Titans (4 years, $36M)
Devin Funchess Panthers Colts (1 year)
Tyrell Williams Chargers Raiders
Donte Moncrief Jaguars Steelers (2 years)
Jamison Crowder Redskins Jets (3 years, $28.5M)
Randall Cobb Packers Cowboys (1 year, $5M)
John Brown Ravens Bills (3 years, $27M)
Cole Beasley Cowboys Bills (4 years, $29M)
Chris Conley Chiefs Jaguars
Chris Hogan Patriots Panthers
Phillip Dorsett Patriots Patriots (1 year)
Jordan Matthews Eagles 49ers (1 year)
Danny Amendola Dolphins Lions (1 year, $4.5M)
Cordarrelle Patterson Patriots Bears
Ryan Grant Colts Raiders
Bruce Ellington Lions Patriots (1 year)
J.J. Nelson Cardinals Raiders
Demaryius Thomas Texans Patriots
Tavon Austin Cowboys Cowboys
Maurice Harris Redskins Patriots (1 year)
Seth Roberts Raiders Ravens
Eli Rogers Steelers Steelers
Dwayne Harris Raiders Raiders
Bennie Fowler Giants Giants
Geramy Davis Chargers Chargers
Cody Latimer Giants Giants
Justin Hardy Falcons Falcons (1 year)
Russell Shepard Giants Giants
Kevin White Bears Cardinals
Tommylee Lewis Saints Lions
Josh Bellamy Bears Jets (2 years, $7M)
Breshad Perriman Browns Buccaneers (1 year, $4M)
Andre Roberts Jets Bills
Jordy Nelson Raiders Retired
Michael Crabtree Ravens TBD
Rishard Matthews Jets TBD
Dontrelle Inman Colts TBD
Mike Wallace Eagles TBD
Jermaine Kearse Jets TBD
Aldrick Robinson Vikings TBD
Michael Floyd Redskins TBD
Kelvin Benjamin Chiefs TBD
De’Anthony Thomas Chiefs TBD
Pierre Garcon 49ers TBD
John Brown and Cole Beasley signed with the Buffalo Bills.

Tight Ends

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Jared Cook Raiders Saints
Tyler Eifert Bengals Bengals (1 year)
Jeff Heuerman Broncos Broncos (2 years, $9M)
Austin Seferian-Jenkins Jaguars Patriots
Jesse James Steelers Lions (4 years, $25M)
Demetrius Harris Chiefs Browns (2 years)
James O’Shaughnessy Jaguars Jaguars
C.J. Uzomah Bengals Bengals (3 years, $18M)
Geoff Swaim Cowboys Jaguars
Tyler Kroft Bengals Bills (3 years, $18.75M)
Nick Boyle Ravens Ravens (3 years, $18M)
Luke Willson Lions Raiders
Marcedes Lewis Packers Packers (1 year)
Luke Stocker Titans Falcons
Neal Sterling Jets Jets
Richard Rodgers Eagles Eagles
Scott Simonson Giants Giants
Matt LaCosse Broncos Patriots
Dwayne Allen Patriots Dolphins (2 years, $7M)
Darren Fells Browns Texans (1 year)
Jake Fisher Bengals Bills (1 year)
Rob Gronkowski Patriots Retired
Levine Toilolo Lions TBD
Maxx Williams Ravens TBD
Antonio Gates Chargers TBD
Lance Kendricks Packers TBD
A.J. Derby Dolphins TBD
Dion Sims Bears TBD
Erik Swoope Colts TBD
Tyler Eifert re-signs with the Bengals

Offensive Tackles

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Trent Brown Patriots Raiders (4 years, $66M)
Ja’Wuan James Dolphins Broncos (4 years, $52M)
Daryl Williams Panthers Panthers (1 year, $7M)
Donovan Smith Buccaneers Buccaneers (3 years, $41.25M)
Kendall Lamm Texans Browns (2 years, $7M)
Ty Sambrailo Falcons Falcons (3 years, $14.25M)
Joe Barksdale Cardinals TBD
Jermon Bushrod Saints TBD
Jared Veldheer Broncos TBD
Ty Nsekhe Redskins Bills (2 years, $14.5M)
Chris Clark Panthers TBD
Josh Wells Jaguars TBD
Marshall Newhouse Panthers TBD
Greg Robinson Browns Browns (1 year, $7M)
Cameron Fleming Cowboys Cowboys (2 years, $8.5M)
Ryan Schraeder Falcons TBD
Jordan Mills Bills TBD
T.J. Clemmings Raiders TBD
LaAdrian Waddle Patriots Bills
Jeremy Parnell Jaguars TBD
Billy Turner Broncos Packers (4 years, $28M)
Matt Kalil Panthers Texans (1 year)


Player 2018 team 2019 team
Rodger Saffold Rams Titans (4 years, $44M)
Ramon Foster Steelers Steelers (2 years, $8.25M)
John Miller Bills Bengals (3 years, $16.5M)
Mike Person 49ers 49ers (3 years, $9M)
Mike Iupati Cardinals Seahawks (1 year)
T.J. Lang Lions TBD
Quinton Spain Titans TBD
Nick Easton Vikings Saints (4 years, $24M)
A.J. Cann Jaguars Jaguars (3 years)
Tom Compton Vikings Jets
Andy Levitre Falcons TBD
Eric Kush Bears Browns
James Carpenter Jets Falcons (4 years)
Jeff Allen Chiefs TBD
Jamon Brown Giants Falcons (3 years)
D.J. Fluker Seahawks Seahawks
J.R. Sweezy Seahawks Cardinals (2 years)
Mike Remmers Vikings TBD
Josh Sitton Dolphins TBD
Josh Kline Titans Vikings (3 years, $15.75M)

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Player 2018 team 2019 team
Matt Paradis Broncos Panthers (3 years, $27M)
Mitch Morse Chiefs Bills (4 years, $44.5M)
Ryan Kalil Panthers TBD
Tyler Shatley Jaguars TBD
Travis Swanson Dolphins TBD

Edge Rushers

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Demarcus Lawrence Cowboys Cowboys (tag)
Jadeveon Clowney Texans Texans (tag)
Trey Flowers Patriots Lions (5 years)
Frank Clark Seahawks Seahawks (tag)
Dee Ford Chiefs 49ers (5 years, $87.5M)
Preston Smith Redskins Packers (4 years, $52M)
Za’Darius Smith Ravens Packers (4 years, $66M)
Ezekiel Ansah Lions TBD
Shaquil Barrett Broncos Buccaneers (1 year, $5M)
Brandon Graham Eagles Eagles (3 years)
Dante Fowler Jr. Rams Rams (1 year, $14M)
Alex Okafor Saints Chiefs (3 years)
Clay Matthews Packers Rams (2 years)
Terrell Suggs Ravens Cardinals (1 year, $7M)
Justin Houston Chiefs Colts (2 years, $24M)
Cameron Wake Dolphins Titans (3 years, $23M)
Dion Jordan Seahawks TBD
Aaron Lynch Bears TBD
Benson Mayowa Cardinals TBD
John Simon Patriots Patriots
William Hayes Dolphins TBD
Bruce Irvin Falcons Panthers (1 year)
Vinny Curry Buccaneers Eagles (1 year)
Shane Ray Broncos TBD
Markus Golden Cardinals Giants (1 year)
Andre Branch Dolphins TBD
Nick Perry Packers TBD
Adrian Clayborn Patriots TBD
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Defensive Tackles

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Grady Jarrett Falcons Falcons (tag)
Ndamukong Suh Rams TBD
Sheldon Richardson Vikings Browns (3 years, $39M)
Muhammad Wilkerson Packers TBD
Margus Hunt Colts Colts (2 years, $9M)
Malik Jackson Jaguars Eagles (3 years, $30M)
Darius Philon Chargers Cardinals (2 years, $10M)
Christian Covington Texans Cowboys (1 year)
Mario Edwards Giants Saints (2 years, $5M)
Brent Urban Ravens TBD
Henry Anderson Jets Jets (3 years, $25.2M)
Rodney Gunter Cardinals TBD
Johnathan Hankins Raiders Raiders (2 years)
Haloti Ngata Eagles Retired
David Irving Cowboys Retired
Malcom Brown Patriots Saints (3 years, $15M)
Tyeler Davison Saints TBD
Kerry Wynn Giants TBD
Shamar Stephen Seahawks Vikings (3 years)
Grady Jarrett
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Inside Linebackers

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Jordan Hicks Eagles Cardinals (4 years, $36M)
C.J. Mosley Ravens Jets (5 years, $85M)
Denzel Perryman Chargers Chargers (2 years)
Kwon Alexander Buccaneers 49ers (4 years, $54M)
L.J. Fort Steelers Eagles (3 years)
Preston Brown Bengals Bengals (1 year)
Mark Barron Rams Steelers (2 years, $12M)
Josh Bynes Cardinals TBD
Gerald Hodges Cardinals TBD
Jake Ryan Packers Jaguars
Manti Te’o Saints TBD
Deone Bucannon Cardinals Buccaneers (1 year)
David Mayo Panthers 49ers (2 years)

Outside Linebackers

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Anthony Barr Vikings Vikings (5 years, $67.5M)
K.J. Wright Seahawks Seahawks (2 years)
Thomas Davis Panthers Chargers (2 years, $10.5M)
Jamie Collins Browns TBD
Vontaze Burfict Bengals Raiders (1 year)
Mychal Kendricks Seahawks Seahawks (1 year, $4M)
Emmanuel Lamur Jets TBD
Ramon Humber Patriots TBD
Kyle Emanuel Chargers TBD
Vincent Rey Bengals TBD
Damien Wilson Cowboys Chiefs (2 years)
Anthony Barr
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Player 2018 team 2019 team
Pierre Desir Colts Colts
Steven Nelson Chiefs Steelers (3 years, $25.5M)
Ronald Darby Eagles Eagles (1 year, $8.5M)
Bryce Callahan Bears Broncos (3 years, $21M)
Kareem Jackson Texans Broncos (3 years, $33M)
Justin Coleman Seahawks Lions (4 years, $36M)
Darqueze Dennard Bengals Bengals
Bradley Roby Broncos Texans (1 year, $10M)
Jason McCourty Patriots Patriots (2 years)
Jason Verrett Chargers 49ers (1 year, $3.6M)
Morris Claiborne Jets TBD
Rashaan Melvin Raiders Lions (1 year, $3.5M)
Bashaud Breeland Packers Chiefs (1 year)
Brent Grimes Buccaneers TBD
Captain Munnerlyn Panthers TBD
Nevin Lawson Lions Raiders (1 year, $3M)
Kevin Johnson Texans Bills
Buster Skrine Jets Bears (3 years, $16.5M)
Eric Rowe Patriots Dolphins (1 year)
Brian Poole Falcons Jets (1 year, $3.5M)
Briean Boddy-Calhoun Browns Texans (1 year)
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Retirement Redskins


Former All-Pro New York Giants Safety Signs With NFC East Rival Washington Redskins.

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Earl Thomas Seahawks Ravens (4 years, $55M)
Adrian Amos Bears Packers (4 years, $27M)
Landon Collins Giants Redskins (6 years, $84M)
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Redskins Bears (1 year)
Tyrann Mathieu Texans Chiefs (3 years, $42M)
Lamarcus Joyner Rams Raiders (4 years, $42M)
Tre Boston Cardinals TBD
Eric Weddle Ravens Rams (2 years, $10.5M)
Eric Berry Chiefs TBD
Jahleel Addae Chargers TBD
George Iloka Vikings Cowboys (1 year)
Andrew Sendejo Vikings Eagles (1 year)
Clayton Geathers Colts Colts
Adrian Phillips Chargers Chargers
Kenny Vaccaro Titans Titans (4 years, $26M)
Mike Mitchell Colts TBD
Tashaun Gipson Jaguars Texans (3 years, $22M)
Darian Stewart Broncos TBD
Mike Adams Panthers TBD
Jimmie Ward 49ers 49ers (1 year, $5M)
Glover Quin Lions TBD
Kurt Coleman Saints TBD
Antoine Bethea Cardinals Giants (2 years)
Chris Banjo Saints Saints (3 years, $9M)
Kentrell Brice Packers Buccaneers (1 year)
Morgan Burnett Steelers TBD


Player 2018 team 2019 team
Jason Myers Jets Seahawks (4 years)
Stephen Gostkowski Patriots TBD
Robbie Gould 49ers 49ers (tag)
Dan Bailey Vikings TBD
Matt Bryant Falcons TBD
Sebastian Janikowski Seahawks TBD
Cairo Santos Buccaneers Buccaneers
Chandler Catanzaro Panthers Jets
Cody Parkey Bears TBD


 Player 2018 team 2019 team
Pat O’Donnell Bears TBD
Bradley Pinion 49ers Buccaneers (4 years)
Ryan Allen Patriots TBD
Donnie Jones Chargers TBD
Jordan Berry Steelers Steelers (2 years)
Bryan Anger Buccaneers TBD


Ranking Player Position 2018 team
1. Robby Anderson WR Jets (tendered for 2019)
2. Patrick Onwuasor ILB Ravens (tendered for 2019)
3. Shelby Harris DT Broncos (tendered for 2019
4. Trevor Williams CB Chargers (tendered for 2019)
5. Cory Littleton ILB Rams (tendered for 2019)
6. Anthony Harris S Vikings (tendered for 2019)
7. Michael Pierce DT Ravens (tendered for 2019)
8. George Fant OT Seahawks
9. Geronimo Allison WR Packers
10. Rashard Higgins WR Browns (tendered for 2019)