All The Updates Of NFL Free Agency

NFL free agency
NFL free-agency

The NFL free agency will start from 4 p.m. this Wednesday and it will be coinciding with the new league this year. However, one day of all the negotiations is still left where the teams, players, and agents can come up with new contracts and officially complete them by Wednesday. 

Details OF All-New Contracts In The NFL Free Agency

There were all kinds of activities that came rushing in this offseason and includes extensions, initiation of contracts, trade agreements, and tag period in the NFL free agency. Sometimes we get to see some teams that unload veterans who are unhappy and also go forward with unfriendly agreements so that they get proper salary caps. 

Some teams have taken bold decisions, especially in the market of quarterbacks. As per Adam Schefter, a source of ESPN told that Tyrod Taylor, the quarterback from Houston Texans would probably accept a deal of $17 million for 2 years with the New York Giants. Moreover, this would give him $8.5 million as his guaranteed money. 

There has been some buzz in the NFL free agency about the fact that the Panthers are taking DE Marquis Haynes back for two years. The Vikings are also taking LB Jordan Hicks as per sources and the Steelers have signed a contract of 2 years with Bills CB Levi Wallace with an amount worth $8 million.

Desmond King is also going back in the Texans with a deal of $7 million for two again where $3.5 million will be fixed. Rumors have it that the Chargers are trading Bryan Bulaga who is making a space of $10.7 in the team’s salary cap. 

Moreover, there is a trade happening where the Buccaneers are trading Patriots with Shaq Mason. The Falcons have decided to remove DT Davison which will save them $3.8 million in the NFL free agency. Furthermore, a contract has been signed for three years by the New York Jets with D.J. Reed for an amount of $33 million.

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