2019 NFL free agents: Ranking top players by position, tracking signings | NFL

March 14, 201962min


NFL free agency in 2019 is here. Although the new league year begins 4 p.m. ET on March 13, and that’s when contract agreements can be made official, news of deals and signings are coming fast and furious during the legal tampering period, which began Monday.

Diving into the craziness, here is a look at the top unrestricted free agents, notable trades, the rankings by position and a quick look at the best restricted free agents.

This list is updated as players either agree to extensions with their current teams or other veterans are released into the open market. This also serves as a tracker as the deals begin to go down with contract detail reports from the league’s top information brokers at ESPN and NFL Network.

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NFL free agency 2019: Ranking top players, tracking signings

1. Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB, Cowboys (franchise-tagged at $20.5 million)

Lawrence cooled off a little last season without much help in Dallas’ front four, but he still produced 10.5 sacks and was disruptive overall. (Age: 26)

2. Jadeveon Clowney, DE/OLB, Texans (franchise-tagged at $15.9 million)

Clowney has developed into a complete, versatile player to the point where he might be an even bigger asset against the run than he is rushing the passer. Houston will do its best to lock in the 2014 No. 1 overall pick for the long term. (Age: 26)

3. Trey Flowers, DE, Patriots (agreed with Lions for 5 years, $90 million)

Flowers was a force outside for New England, both in his ferocity to get to quarterback and toughness against the run. As expected, he ended up with one of his former play-callers, the Lions’ Matt Patricia, over the Dolphins’ Brian Flores. Detroit had a big edge pass-rushing need with oft-injured Ezekiel Ansah becoming a free agent. There’s no question Flowers can continue to blossom in a scheme he knows well. (Age: 25)

4. Earl Thomas, S, Seahawks (agreed with Ravens for 4 years, $55 million)

The Ravens moved on from Eric Weddle and saw their linebacker corps lose three starters, so this is a good recovery to get an experienced and impactful back-seven defender. Last season, Thomas proved he was still an elite playmaker before he broke his leg. Returning to full health, he has some fine years left to lead another defense. (Age: 29)

5. Grady Jarrett, DT, Falcons (franchise-tagged at $15.2 million)

Jarrett, coming off a monster, six-sack season, has emerged as disruptive all-around presence, and he has plenty of productive years ahead. Atlanta will likely extend him beyond the tag. (Age: 25)

6. Le’Veon Bell, RB, Steelers (agreed with Jets for 4 years, $52.5 million)

Bell got somewhat the money for which he is looking and everyone knows he can still deliver his dynamic running/receiving skill set at high level, now with the bonus of a year off to get refreshed. The Jets were the front-runners for his services and he immediately will be featured with Isaiah Crowell set to join Bilal Powell in not returning. Sam Darnld, Robby Anderson, Chris Herndon, Jamison Crowder and Quincy Enunwa making for a rising passing game that Bell will be help to open up and produce highly in. (Age: 26)

7. Adrian Amos, S, Bears (agreed with Packers for 4 years, $37 million)

The Packers had to go big at safety after having miserable play at the position, which got worse with their midseason trade of Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Amos last season blossomed into a great cover man under coordinator Vic Fangio. There is nothing he can’t do at the position, and Green Bay should be thrilled to steal him from its archrival. (Age: 25)

8. Frank Clark, DE, Seahawks (franchise-tagged at $17.1 million)

Clark exploded with a 13-sack season and also proved to be a strong run-stuffer. Seattle had an easy decision to make in retaining his services as a still-emerging, young player. (Age: 25)

9. Dee Ford, OLB, Chiefs (franchise-tagged, traded to 49ers for 2020 second-round pick, agreed for 5 years, $87.5 million)

Here is another 13-sack player who did hit the market as San Francisco takes on Ford after Kansas City didn’t want to invest in him longer team, despite releasing Justin Houston. The 2014 first-rounder finally came through last season as the top pass-rusher the team expected him to be. The 49ers might soon be paring him on the edge with either Nick Bosa or Josh Allen in the draft. (Age: 27)

10. Preston Smith, OLB, Redskins (agreed with Packers for 4 years, $52 million)

Green Bay added this Smith to nail down the other edge of their defense after signing another from around the Beltway (former Raven Za’Darius Smith). Preston Smith is also a great fit for what Mike Pettine wants to do with his 3-4. The sacks weren’t there for Smith (only four) in 2018, but he is capable of a big rebound with his natural speed and strength. (Age: 26)

11. Matt Paradis, C, Broncos (agreed with Panthers for 3 years, $27 million0

Carolina replaces long-time start Ryan Kail with the best free-agent offensive lineman who will give the Panthers a nice upgrade, especially in the running game. Paradis is coming off foot surgery after he fractured his fibula in Week 9, but before then, he was dominating as the anchor of Denver’s line. (Age: 29)

12. Jordan Hicks, ILB, Eagles (agreed with Cardinals for 4 years, $36 million)

Arizona moved on from both Josh Bynes and free agent Gerald Hodges to get the anchor of their new Vance Joseph-led defense. Hicks’ production was missed in Philadelphia sorely when he lost time to Achilles and calf injuries last season. He is a great clean-up man against the run and can get to the passer, too. In a strong class of free-agent inside men, when healthy, he’s the best. (Age: 26)

13. Pierre Desir, CB, Colts (re-signed with Colts fo 3 years)

Desir was re-signed again for longer team after coming through with a fine season, improving from his struggles of 2017 to emerge as a steady, smooth cover man for defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus. (Age: 28)

14. Ndamukong Suh, DT, Rams

Suh got some big one-year money to join LA’s Super Bowl push, and after coming through as a good inside pass-rusher in the regular season, he showed his pop against the run in the playoffs. (Age: 32)

15. Bryce Callahan, CB, Bears

Callahan’s season ended in December with a foot injury, but before then, he was shining in the slot, posting two interceptions and two sacks. He is the top nickel option on the market. (Age: 27)

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16. Nick Foles, QB, Eagles (agreed with Jaguars for 4 years, $88 million)

With Joe Flacco on the move from Baltimore to Denver, Foles stood out as the best veteran starting QB option for Jacksonville. The Super Bowl 52 MVP was tied to the Jaguars early, and they are looking at him to be a major upgrade over Blake Borltes as a less dependent QB who can lift their run-heavy offense to bigger things. (Age: 30)

17. Rodger Saffold, G, Rams (agreed with Titans for 4 years, $44 million)

Saffold was signed to replace free agent Quinton Spain and will start at left guard in Tennessee between Taylor Lewan and Ben Jones. Saffold settled in well at left guard around other veterans and showed his best play in nine seasons with the Rams. (Age: 30)

18. Jared Cook, TE, Raiders

Cook had a big season as Oakland’s go-to guy for Derek Carr, his best year as a receiver since he entered the league as a third-rounder in 2009. The Raiders will have a hard time keeping him with his market value at a peak. (Age: 32)

19. Za’Darius Smith, OLB, Ravens (agreed with Packers for 4 years, $66 million)

The Packers fill their big need for some young edge pass-rushing pop for defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. Smith broke out with 8.5 sacks and 10 tackles for loss at the right time last season and should be at full speed post-sports hernia surgery soon. (Age: 26)

20. Steven Nelson, CB, Chiefs (agreed with Steelers for 3 years, $25.5 million)

Pittsburgh needed some short-term help opposite Joe Haden and a contingency plan for him, too. Consider Nelson is built the same way, 5-11, 194 pounds — Haden stands 5-11, 195. Nelson was key to Kansas City being respectable on back-end coverage despite other corner issues, and he proved to be a solid on-ball defender with four interceptions and 15 passes defended. (Age: 25)

21. C.J. Mosley, ILB, Ravens (agreed with Jets for 5 years, $85 million)

The Jets have greatly upgraded their linebacker corps for new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, as Mosley cleans up a major weakness. Mosley remains a prolific thumper against the run and can make his share of plays vs. the pass, too. (Age: 26)

22. Trent Brown, OT, Patriots (agreed with Raiders for 4 years, $66 million)

Brown delivered on the left side unexpectedly for the Patriots after his trade from the 49ers, going from above average in the regular season to terrific in the playoffs. He heads to Oakland with a record contract for the position to help protect Derek Carr and allow second-year first-rounder Kolten Miller to flip to right tackle. (Age: 25)

23. Landon Collins, S, Giants (agreed with Redskins for 6 years, $84 million)

Collins cooled off last season in a new scheme, and the season ended early for him with a shoulder injury. Durability is a mild concern, but he still got paid as a top strong safety by a division rival filling a glaring need. Washington got some fair play from former Packer Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in a midseason trade, but the team needed a more traditional, run-support guy in that role. (Age: 25)

24. Golden Tate, WR, Eagles

Tate remains a tough, scrappy possession receiver who can contribute best from the slot. After showing up in the playoffs, he is the best of mostly weak wideout options in free agency. (Age: 30)

25. Mark Ingram, RB, Saints (agreed with Ravens for 3 years, $15 million)

The Ravens cut ties with Alex Collins and needed a more versatile power back upgrade from young Gus Edwards. Ingram fits their offensive philosophy to play off Lamar Jackson. Ingram has flourished with Alvin Kamara taking the load off him in New Orleans, and he can still stand out as a complete back in his own right, all the way through finishing drives in the red zone. He also has less mileage than most backs who have been in the league for eight seasons. (Age: 29)

Sheldon Richardson, DT, Vikings (agreed with Browns for 3 years, $39 million)

The Browns need more disruption in the middle of their front to complement Myles Garrett and Emmanuel Ogbah. Richardson will be a maximized asset for new defensive coordinator Steve Wilks, who worked well with Kawaan Short in Carolina. The former Jet, Seahawk and now Viking is only 28.

Tyrann Mathieu, S, Texans (agreed with Chiefs for 3 years, $42 million)

The Chiefs needed some safety help to complement Eric Berry and also be a contingency plan for him. They may have overpaid to bring Mathieu to Arrowhead, but he is versatile and coming off a solid all-around season. And he is still only 27.

Kwon Alexander, ILB, Buccaneers (agreed with 49ers for 4 years, $54 million)

Alexander was a Pro Bowler in 2017 on the strength of 97 tackles and three interceptions, but he played only six games last season before suffering a torn ACL. The active playmaker and tackler got a ton from San Francisco, which was desperate for a cleanup man after the quick fall of Reuben Foster. The Niners hope Alexander will be either the Bobby Wagner in the middle or the K.J. Wright on the weak side in their Seahawks-styled defense.

Justin Coleman, CB, Seahawks (agreed with Lions for 4 years, $36 million)

The Lions finally found an answer for the slot with a rising young nickel corner. Coleman cashed in as the Patrick Robinson of this year’s free agency, becoming the league’s highest-paid inside cover man. Patricia will deploy Coleman’s skills the way he did with his corners in New England.

Adam Humphries, WR, Buccaneers (agreed with Titans for 4 years, $36 million)

The Bucs were hoping to keep him, but Humphries, only 25, quickly gained steam as the best slot option on the market in relation his age. The Titans get him for their offense as a complement to Corey Davis. Humphries should became a favorite target of Marcus Mariota.

Lamarcus Joyner, S, Rams (agreed with Raiders for 4 years, $42 million)

Joyner is one of the rangiest safeties in the NFL with some good crossover skills for the nickel package. With Oakland not retaining its veteran free safeties, Joyner will take over the spot next to hard-hitting Karl Joseph.

Ja’Wuan James, OT, Dolphins (agreed with Broncos for 4 years, $52 million)

The Broncos needed a new right tackle to replace aging free agent Jared Veldheer. James provides a nice upgrade for a team that struggled with edge protection last year. He is a worthy supporting investment for Joe Flacco. The 2014 first-rounder is only 26.

Latavius Murray, RB, Vikings (agreed with Saints for 4 years, $14.4 million)

Murray replaces free agent Ingram as New Orleans’ complementary power back to Alvin Kamara, giving him his opportunity to get more significant carries again with Dalvin Cook back healthy and ready for a feature role in Minnesota. Murray. like Ingram, is an older timeshare guy at age 29.

Tyrell Williams, WR, Chargers (agreed with Raiders)

Williams, 27, completes the Raiders’ wide receiver facelift with Antonio Brown serving as the new No. 1 and the former Charger working as the speedy deep threat No. 2, allowing Jordy Nelson to become a big slot for Jon Gruden. Oakland got the two best outside options on the market not named Odell Beckham Jr.

Tevin Coleman, RB, Falcons (agreed with 49ers for 2 years, $10 million)

Coleman, 25, reunites with coach Kyle Shanahan, who deployed him well during the Falcons’ Super Bowl 51 offensive-fueled run. But now the question becomes how big of a role Coleman will have. He could be the lead a la Devonta Freeman ahead of Matt Breida should the team give up on last year’s big free-agent pickup at the position, Jerick McKinnon, whose torn ACL kept him from playing a down with his new team. Either way, Coleman is fresh and explosive and will get key touches in an offense he knows and will succeed in.

Donte Moncrief, WR, Colts (agreed with Steelers for 2 years)

Moncrief is only 25 and has teased with his No. 1-type skills in Indianapolis and Jacksonville with good size (6-2, 216) for the red zone with some field-stretching ability. With JuJu Smith-Schuster becoming the all-around go-to guy to replace Antonio Brown, Moncrief has a clear shot at solid No. 2 duties for Ben Roethlisberger.

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NFL free agency 2019: Notable trades

Giants trade WR Odell Beckham Jr. to Browns for 2019 first- and third-round picks and S Jabrill Peppers
The Giants got the offer they couldn’t refuse from Cleveland, who gets aggressive to get Baker Mayfield’s new outside go-to guy to pair with slot ace Jarvis Landry, Beckham’s former teammate at LSU. New York continues to blow things up offensively and defensive toward a rebuild while Cleveland reloads for a big playoff breakthrough in 2019.

Steelers trade WR Antonio Brown to Raiders for 2019 third- and fifth-round picks:
Brown gets his wish to get out of Pittsburgh and cash in as much as he can entering his age-31 season.

Ravens trade QB Joe Flacco to Broncos for 2019 fourth-round pick:
The Ravens officially give full control to Lamar Jackson while John Elway gets an upgrade for his stopgap situation.

Broncos trade QB Case Keenum to Redskins for 2020 sixth-round pick:
Denver was able to take advantage of Washington’s desperate situation with injured Alex Smith to dump Keenum’s contract after acquiring Flacco. The Broncos also gave up a seventh-rounder next year to make it happen.

Buccaneers trade WR DeSean Jackson to Eagles:
The speedy deep threat still has some juice in that role at age 32. The Eagles love that element in their offense and are hoping he’ll throw it back to some of the big plays he made for them as a young wideout.

Giants trade DE Olivier Vernon to Browns for G Kevin Zeitler:
This was a shrewd move by GM Dave Gettleman to move Vernon, an expensive misfit in the new defense, along with a fourth-rounder, for someone who can boost their all-around interior blocking right away.

Eagles trade DE Michael Bennett to Patriots for 2020 fifth-round pick:
This is your typical Patriots flyer on an aging, one-time star defensive player as the defensive line starts to get rebuilt in Philadelphia.

Steelers trade OT Marcus Gilbert to Cardinals for 2019 sixth-round pick:
Gilbert is another part of the mass offensive exodus from Pittsburgh. He is coming off an injury-marred season, and Arizona hopes he still has something left to solidify its right edge.

Raiders trade G Kelechi Osemele to Jets for 2019 sixth-round pick:
The Jets had some holes to plug on the offensive line, and the Raiders took the chance to flip a one-time megadeal player with diminishing returns.

2019 NFL free agents: Ranking top players by position

Quarterbacks

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Nick Foles Eagles Jaguars (4 years, $88M)
Tyrod Taylor Browns Chargers (2 years)
Teddy Bridgewater Saints Saints
Ryan Fitzpatrick Buccaneers TBD
Blake Bortles Jaguars TBD
Brock Osweiler Dolphins TBD
Josh McCown Jets TBD
Josh Johnson Redskins TBD
Matt Schaub Falcons Falcons (2 years)
Geno Smith Giants TBD
Robert Griffin III Ravens TBD
Ryan Griffin Buccaneers Buccaneers (2 years)
Tom Savage Bengals TBD
Mark Sanchez Redskins TBD
Matt Cassel Lions TBD
Mike Glennon Cardinals TBD
Brett Hundley Seahawks Cardinals

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)
Jay Ajayi Eagles TBD
T.J. Yeldon Jaguars TBD
Spencer Ware Chiefs TBD
Mike Davis Seahawks Bears (2 years, $6M)
Latavius Murray Vikings Saints (4 years, $14.4M)
C.J. Anderson Rams TBD
Marshawn Lynch Raiders TBD
Darren Sproles Eagles TBD
Adrian Peterson Redskins Redskins (2 years)
Doug Martin Raiders TBD
Carlos Hyde Jaguars Chiefs (1 year, $2.8M)
Alex Collins Ravens TBD
Javorius Allen Ravens TBD
Bilal Powell Jets TBD
Rod Smith Cowboys TBD
Ty Montgomery Ravens TBD
Alfred Blue Texans TBD
Corey Grant Jaguars TBD
Jeremy Hill Patriots TBD
Ameer Abdullah Vikings TBD
Frank Gore Dolphins Bills (1 year, $2M)
Alfred Morris 49ers TBD
Jacquizz Rodgers Buccaneers TBD
Zach Zenner Lions Lions
Stevan Ridley Steelers TBD
LeGarrette Blount Lions TBD
Benny Cunningham Bears TBD
Cameron Artis-Payne Panthers TBD
Brandon Bolden Dolphins Patriots

Wide receivers

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Golden Tate Eagles TBD
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 TBD
John Brown Ravens Bills (3 years, $27M)
Cole Beasley Cowboys Bills (4 years, $29M)
Chris Conley Chiefs TBD
Michael Crabtree Ravens TBD
Phillip Dorsett Patriots Patriots (1 year)
Jordan Matthews Eagles TBD
Chris Hogan Patriots TBD
Danny Amendola Dolphins Lions (1 year, $4.5M)
Dontrelle Inman Colts TBD
Mike Wallace Eagles TBD
Cordarrelle Patterson Patriots Bears
Aldrick Robinson Vikings TBD
Ryan Grant Colts TBD
Bruce Ellington Lions TBD
Rishard Matthews Titans TBD
Jermaine Kearse Jets TBD
J.J. Nelson Cardinals TBD
Demaryius Thomas Texans TBD
Tavon Austin Cowboys TBD
Kelvin Benjamin Chiefs TBD
De’Anthony Thomas Chiefs TBD
Cody Latimer Giants TBD
Justin Hardy Falcons TBD
Russell Shepard Giants TBD
Kevin White Bears TBD
Michael Floyd Redskins TBD
Josh Bellamy Bears Jets (2 years, $7M)
Breshad Perriman Browns Buccaneers (1 year, $4M)
Andre Roberts Jets Bills

Tight ends

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

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 TBD
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 TBD
Jeremy Parnell Jaguars TBD
Billy Turner Broncos Packers (4 years, $28M)

Guards

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

Centers

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 TBD
Brandon Graham Eagles Eagles (3 years)
Dante Fowler Jr. Rams Rams (1 year, $14M)
Aaron Lynch Bears TBD
Benson Mayowa Cardinals TBD
Alex Okafor Saints TBD
Clay Matthews Packers TBD
Terrell Suggs Ravens Cardinals (1 year, $7M)
Justin Houston Chiefs TBD
Cameron Wake Dolphins Titans (3 years, $23M)
Dion Jordan Seahawks TBD
John Simon Patriots Patriots
William Hayes Dolphins TBD
Bruce Irvin Falcons TBD
Vinny Curry Buccaneers TBD
Shane Ray Broncos TBD
Markus Golden Cardinals TBD
Andre Branch Dolphins TBD
Nick Perry Packers TBD

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 TBD
Christian Covington Texans TBD
Mario Edwards Giants TBD
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 TBD
David Irving Cowboys TBD
Malcom Brown Patriots TBD
Tyeler Davison Saints TBD
Kerry Wynn Giants TBD
Shamar Stephen Seahawks Vikings (3 years)

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 TBD
Preston Brown Bengals Bengals
Mark Barron Rams TBD
Josh Bynes Cardinals TBD
Gerald Hodges Cardinals TBD
Jake Ryan Packers TBD
Manti Te’o Saints TBD
Deone Bucannon Cardinals Buccaneers (1 year)

Outside linebackers

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Anthony Barr Vikings Vikings (5 years, $67.5M)
K.J. Wright Seahawks TBD
Thomas Davis Panthers Chargers (2 years, $10.5M)
Jamie Collins Browns TBD
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)

Cornerbacks

Player 2018 team 2019 team
Pierre Desir Colts Colts
Steven Nelson Chiefs Steelers (3 years, $25.5M)
Ronald Darby Eagles TBD
Bryce Callahan Bears TBD
Kareem Jackson Texans Broncos (3 years, $33M)
Justin Coleman Seahawks Lions (4 years, $36M)
Darqueze Dennard Bengals TBD
Bradley Roby Broncos Texans (1 year, $10M)
Jason McCourty Patriots Patriots (2 years)
Jason Verrett Chargers TBD
Morris Claiborne Jets TBD
Rashaan Melvin Raiders TBD
Bashaud Breeland Packers TBD
Brent Grimes Buccaneers TBD
Captain Munnerlyn Panthers TBD
Nevin Lawson Lions TBD
Kevin Johnson Texans Bills
Buster Skrine Jets Bears (3 years, $16.5M)
Eric Rowe Patriots Dolphins (1 year)

Safeties

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 TBD
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 TBD
Andrew Sendejo Vikings TBD
Clayton Geathers Colts TBD
Adrian Phillips Chargers TBD
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)

Kickers

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 TBD
Cody Parkey Bears TBD

Punters

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

2019 NFL free agents: Top 10 restricted free agents

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 (re-signed for 2019)
10. Rashard Higgins WR Browns (tendered for 2019)

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