We're keeping track of the biggest free-agent deals of 2016 here. For grades and destinations for every free agent, go here.
Monday, March 21
The former Jets wide receiver, who also took a visit with the Buffalo Bills, will have a chance to resurrect his career in Detroit.
Friday, March 18
Dallas has signed the restricted free-agent defensive end to an offer sheet, according to sources, and now must wait to see if the Raiders match.
The 30-year-old running back has been with the Packers his entire career and was the team's starting running back in Super Bowl XLV.
Thursday, March 17
The Buccaneers have agreed to terms with the former Ravens linebacker, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Denver is finalizing a five-year contract with Okung, sources told ESPN's Josina Anderson and Adam Schefter.
The veteran running back agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Cardinals.
The former first-round pick by Cincinnati will get a one-year deal in Minnesota.
The recently released offensive lineman agreed to a three-year, $11.75 million contract, a source confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan.
Wednesday, March 16
The former Chicago linebacker and New England have reached an agreement on a three-year contract, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The longtime Rams linebacker is signing with the Saints, a source confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Cleveland is taking a one-year flier on the former Houston safety, according to a league source.
The veteran defensive lineman is headed to Miami after four seasons in Jacksonville.
A day after trading their right guard, the Cardinals found his replacement, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan.
The veteran nose tackle will replace Damon Harrison, who signed a free-agent deal with the New York Giants.
The offensive tackle's return assures that free-agent addition Kelechi Osemele will play guard in 2016.
The versatile offensive lineman agreed to terms on a two-year deal, a source confirmed. The deal was first reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune.
The linebacker has agreed to terms on a two-year deal for $8 million, a source confirmed to ESPN's Rich Cimini.
Tuesday, March 15
After missing the 2015 season because of a torn Achilles, Galette will return to Washington, a source told ESPN.
The former Rams defensive end is headed to New England, a source told ESPN's Trey Wingo.
The former Steelers nose tackle will sign a three-year deal with New York, a source told ESPN.
Beachum will earn $4.5 million in the first year and can earn up to $6 million if he reaches incentives, a source told Adam Schefter.
The safety and special-teams stalwart signed a three-year deal.
The arrival of Harris likely spelled the end of Kelvin Beachum in Pittsburgh.
The 25-year-old running back will get a guaranteed $5.25 million signing bonus, and his base salary of $675,000 will also be guaranteed.
The veteran receiver brings much-needed speed to the Ravens, who averaged an NFL-worst 10.4 yards per reception last season.
The veteran cornerback signed a one-year deal and will be back for his 14th NFL season.
The cornerback, who made a visit to Dallas last week, has agreed to a one-year contract with Philadelphia.
Holmes, Oakland's No. 3 receiver last season, has agreed to a one-year deal.
Monday, March 14
The defensive tackle is signing a two-year, $7 million deal with Carolina after being released by Atlanta.
Chicago gives a two-year deal to the tight end, who had 34 catches and five touchdowns last season.
The former Tennessee cornerback is getting a three-year deal with Los Angeles.
The veteran safety was Kevin Seifert's best unsigned player entering the day.
Hensley: Ravens finally get it right at safety with Weddle
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Palazzolo: Addition of Weddle gives Ravens stout safety duo
Hensley: With Weddle in, who's out at safety for Baltimore
The one-year deal is reportedly worth $3.134 million.
He had two interceptions and three fumbles for Washington last season.
The 27-year-old DB started 13 games for Tampa Bay last season.
The four-year veteran is currently the fifth tight end on the Lions' roster.
Sunday, March 13
Hicks, who was traded to the Patriots in October, agreed to a two-year deal with the Bears.
The former Packers cornerback told ESPN's Josina Anderson that he agreed to a three-year deal.
A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the tight end turned down contracts for four years and up to $23 million to stay in Arizona on a one-year deal.
The 29-year-old defensive lineman got a three-year deal after starting nine games last season.
Saturday, March 12
The linebacker led the Colts in tackles in 2012 and 2013, his first two years with the team.
Kansas City looks to bolster its receiving corps by inking Streater to a one-year deal.
The former Saints safety and special teamer missed all but one game last season.
Friday, March 11
The 30-year-old defensive end has agreed to a three-year, $21 million deal, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan.
The Cowboys have agreed to a one-year deal to keep the No. 6 overall pick in the 2012 draft.
The cornerback and former first-round pick has signed a one-year deal.
The cornerback has agreed to a two-year deal worth $16.5 million, sources confirmed to ESPN.
The 22nd overall selection of the 2014 draft was brought down by off-the-field struggles and limited on-field success.
The 26-year-old led all San Diego defensive linemen in combined tackles (32) and quarterback hits (11) in 2015.
The Bills have five days to match the $12 million deal for their wide receiver.
Thursday, March 10
The wide receiver has reached a three-year deal with Seattle.
The former first-round pick will sign a one-year deal with the Packers.
The 27-year-old defensive end has agreed to a four-year deal with Dallas.
Speculation continues to mount about the future of Colin Kaepernick in San Fran.
The Broncos have five days to match the $18 million deal for their running back.
The former Bengals WR will bring a lot of versatility to Kyle Shanahan's offense.
The linebacker becomes the third free-agent defender to re-sign with Cincinnati.
Powell will pair with new addition Matt Forte in New York's new-look backfield.
The former Bills LB thrived under Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz in 2014.
The 28-year-old CB has $20 million in guaranteed money in the deal.
Wednesday, March 9
The Titans get QB Marcus Mariota another weapon.
The Seahawks bolstered their secondary by agreeing to terms with Lane.
The Falcons maintained all along that they wanted to bring Clayborn back, and they followed through with a two-year deal.
The injury-riddled WR took a sizable pay cut to stay in New York.
The former Seahawks O-lineman nabs a five-year deal worth $32.5 million.
The Chiefs continue to retain their talent on defense by giving the veteran Johnson a three-year, $21 million deal.
Jacksonville revamps its secondary with the play making safety.
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McManamon: Losing four starters makes for a tough start to free agency for Cleveland
DiRocco: Gipson wants to win, so he leaves Cleveland for Jacksonville
Cincinnati retains one of its key cogs on defense.
The former Colts TE gets $36 million to pair up with Drew Brees in the Big Easy.
Kansas City gets a consistent, dependable interior lineman.
The Chargers upgrade their defensive line (Mebane) and secondary (Lowery) .
The Giants continued their overhaul on defense by signing one of the best pass-rushers on the open market.
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DiRocco: Not landing Vernon hinders Jaguars' plans to improve D
PFF: High-upside Vernon is perfect fit for G-Men
Graziano: There's still more to do, but Giants have good foundation on D
Cimini: Jets' interest in Vernon doesn't bode well for Muhammad Wilkerson
The former Cowboys quarterback received a one-year deal.
The Cardinals fill a need at safety by signing the eight-year veteran.
The three-down linebacker is leaving the Super Bowl champion Broncos for the Bears.
Dickerson: Trevathan gives Chicago another young piece to build around
PFF: Trevathan is answer to Bears' problems at linebacker
Legwold: Broncos follow Manning's retirement with rough start to free agency
Dickerson: Trevathan: 'I thought it was over' two seasons ago
"Big Snacks" will be playing his home games in the same stadium next season, but he'll be with the Giants instead of the Jets.
Los Angeles was able to reach agreements with the converted linebacker and defensive end.
The offensive guard will get a five-year, $40 million deal with Philadelphia.
Sheridan: Eagles get a premier guard in Brooks
The enormous defensive tackle has reached an agreement on a two-year deal.
Miller, who rushed for 872 yards in Miami last season, adds to the Texans' offensive haul.
The former Broncos signal-caller is signing a four-year, $72 million deal with the Texans that includes $37 million in guaranteed money.
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Pro Football Focus: Osweiler should give Texans' offense needed stability Legwold: Broncos now on the hunt for a viable starting QB
Sando: John Elway didn't fear letting Osweiler walk
Clay: Is Osweiler a viable fantasy option in Houston?
Ganguli: Texans weren't looking to draft a quarterback
Ganguli: Astronaut Scott Kelly is excited about Osweiler as he returns to Earth
Sheridan: Sam Bradford to Denver? Not as crazy as it sounds
Kapadia: Matt Flynn can't believe Osweiler's contract
Archer: How Osweiler could influence Cowboys' QB decision
The longtime Bear has found a fit in New York after Chris Ivory left.
Martin, who rushed for 1,402 yards last season, will sign a five-year deal worth more than $35 million.
The three-team Pro Bowl center will reunite with offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan in Atlanta.
The former Rams safety will sign a five-year, $37 million deal with Philadelphia.
Sheridan: McLeod helps Eagles rebuild secondary
The former Chargers tight end adds depth and playmaking for the Steelers.
The Eagles' new head coach was Daniel's offensive coordinator in Kansas City. Daniel gets a multiyear deal to back up QB Sam Bradford.
Sheridan: Daniel, Pederson together again in Philadelphia
Teicher: Daniel almost had a perfect legacy in Kansas City
Sheridan: Daniel's deal expected but still surprising
Sheridan: Doug Pederson ends speculation: Sam Bradford still No. 1 QB
The guard started all but one game he played for the 49ers the past four seasons.
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Goessling: Boone: I wanted to play for 'Minnesota over everybody'
This increases the likelihood that Gates will retire as a Charger.
Cincy shelled out $30 million over a five-year deal to keep one of the NFL's best coverage safeties.
The linebacker will make $5 million on a one-year deal.
It's a two-year deal for the 27-year-old linebacker.
The defensive tackle has agreed to return to the 49ers on a five-year deal.
The Lions waste no time trying to fill the void left by Calvin Johnson's retirement.
One of the premier CBs on the open market will pocket $12 million per year.
Graziano: Giants prepared to make more splashes in free agency
Wagoner: Rams prepared to handle the loss of Jenkins
Graziano: Giants adding 'high risk/high reward' cornerback
Pro Football Focus: Giants add boom-or-bust player in Jenkins Graziano: Jenkins' goal: 'Stop being lazy at the end of games'
The offensive lineman will get a three-year deal.
The QB will serve as Kirk Cousins' No. 2 with the Redskins.
Tuesday, March 8
The offensive lineman will reportedly get a five-year deal worth a maximum $60 million.
Gutierrez: Is Osemele the Raiders' left tackle of the future?
Hensley: Ravens shouldn't be criticized for losing Kelechi Osemele to Raiders
Pro Football Focus: Osemele still an unknown at left tackle
Jackson's deal is expected to average $15 million per season and will be a five- or six-year contract.
DiRocco: Jaguars GM's aggressiveness pays off with Jackson agreement
Pro Football Focus: Jackson gives Jaguars' interior pass rush a big boost
The defensive end is expected to sign a one-year deal for up to $10.5 million.
Incognito will sign a three-year deal with the Bills.
Hali has reached an agreement on a three-year deal that will allow him to finish his career in Kansas City.
The 35-year-old tight end, who had a career year in 2015 with New Orleans, is headed to Baltimore.
The cornerback, who was cut by the Bills last week, agreed to a two-year contract with the Eagles.
The defensive end will sign a two-year deal with Miami after being released by Buffalo.
Walker: Are Dolphins taking on too many reclamation projects at once on D?
Yates: Miami's moves are keeping it in the cellar
Pro Football Focus: Dolphins counting on return to form from Williams
Walker: Williams signing likely spells the end for Vernon in Miami
Walker: Williams on joining Dolphins: 'I can't wait'
After visiting with the Giants and Buccaneers, the defensive end plans to return to the Panthers.
The 42-year-old kicker with four Super Bowl rings isn't going anywhere after agreeing to a new deal with the Colts.
The former Houston center/guard is headed to Tennessee on a four-year deal.
Irvin is headed to Oakland to pair with Khalil Mack.
Gutierrez: Irvin gives Raiders bookend pass-rusher with All-Pro Mack
Kapadia: What is the Seahawks' plan for replacing Irvin?
Pro Football Focus: Versatile Irvin fills major need for Raiders
Ivory, who set career highs for carries and rushing yards last season with the Jets, is headed to Jacksonville.
The 27-year-old offensive tackle is leaving Kansas City for Denver.