NFL free agency 2023: Updated ranking of top 60 free agents, best players available by position, tracking signings

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The NFL offseason isn’t far from its official kickoff, just a month and a half away. Free agency and new league year opens on March 15 with the league legal  tampering period beginning two days earlier.

Although the biggest prizes might again be available via trade like last year with Aaron Rodgers being on the block in Green Bay, there are still many talented unrestricted free agents set to test the open veteran market.

Some of these key players are bound to be re-signed or franchise-tagged before free agency, but many others will be allowed to find new teams based on their next contract values. 

Here’s our look at the best overall unrestricted free agents in the 2023 class and also breaking down the top players by position:

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NFL free agency 2023: Ranking the top 60 players

1. Lamar Jackson, QB, Ravens (age: 26) (franchise-tagged at $32.4 million)

The Ravens would like to keep the dynamic dual threat one-time MVP QB but they must give in to specific terms, value and guaranteed money Jackson’s camp should think he’s worth. A tag-and-trade scenario is also in play.

2. Kaleb McGary, OT, Falcons (age: 27) (re-signed for 3 years, $34.5 million)

McGary had a dominant run-blocking season in his big breakout for Atlanta and should command top-market value at right tackle should the team not keep him.

3. Daniel Jones, QB, Giants (age: 25) (re-signed for 4 years, $160 mllion)

The Giants need to decide how much Jones is worth ($30 million range or up to $40 million) after not picking up his fifth-year option ahead of his best NFL season. Jones found his passing and running groove despite limited weapons under the strong offensive-minded combination of Brian Daboll and Mike Kafka. New York is likely to still lock him up long-term, but it’s not a given.

4. Jason Kelce, C, Eagles (age: 35) (re-signed by Eagles for 1 year, $14.25 million)

There’s a chance, depending on the outcome of Super Bowl 57 playing opposite his tight end brother Travis, that this Kelce may retire. If he doesn’t, he can still anchor the middle of a line at a high level.

5. Josh Jacobs, RB, Raiders (age: 24) (franchise-tagged at $10.09 million)

Jacobs won the rushing title with 1,653 yards and also led the league with 393 touches and 2,053 yards. He is a rare special workhorse still with limited wear and there’s a good chance he stays in Las Vegas to keep thriving in Josh McDaniels’ offense.

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6. Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Vikings (age: 28) (signed by Browns for 4 years, $57 million)

Tomlinson is one of the league’s most disruptive interior pass rushers and he’s also a solid force against the run.

7. Derek Carr, QB, Raiders (age: 31) (signed with Saints for 4 years, $130 million)

Carr had an unceremonious end to his long tenure in Oakland and Las Vegas but remains an above-average starter in the league dependent on some good pieces around him. He is efficient, but the concern is his lack of aggressiveness in using his downfield arm when throws aren’t “safe.”

8. Jessie Bates III, S, Bengals (age: 25) (signed with Falcons for 4 years, $64 million)

Bates is an excellent run-stopping safety who won’t return to Cincinnati after being franchise-tagged in 2023. He is also is pretty reliable making plays in coverage.

9. Geno Smith, QB, Seahawks (age: 32) (re-signed for 3 years, $105 million)

Smith had a Comeback Player of the Year season being elevated to replace Russell Wilson from journeyman backup status. The Seahawks would like to bring him back on a reasonable contract, but it also might have him bridge the position for a rookie.

10. Javon Hargrave, DT, Eagles (age: 29) (signed by 49ers for 4 years, $84 million)

Hargrave’s job is to get upfield and get to the quarterback with inside pressure and he’s done it well for three seasons in Philadelphia, highlighted by his career 11 sacks.

11. Bobby Wagner, LB, Rams (age: 32)

Wagner had a big first and only season in Los Angeles after coming down from rival Seattle. He remains an elite run defender but is also very active vs. the pass.

12. Lavonte David, ILB, Buccaneers (age: 33) (re-signed for 1 year, $7 million)

David is near the end of his career as a well-rounded playmaker but he can still provide plenty of pop vs. run and pass with savvy leadership to go with it.

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13. Orlando Brown Jr., OT, Chiefs (age: 26) (signed by Bengals for 4 years, $64 million)

Brown is sometimes up-and-down with his play but he still grades out as a sound left tackle in front of Patrick Mahomes.

14. Isaac Seumalo, G, Eagles (age: 29)

Seumalo is another strong interior piece of Philadelphia’s league best offensive line with pass protection being his best asset.

15. Ethan Pocic, C, Browns (age: 27) (re-signed for 3 years, $18 million)

Pocic has been solid in every capacity coming over from the Seahawks replacing J.C. Tretter.

16. Brandon Graham, EDGE, Eagles (age: 34) (re-signed for 1 year, $6 million)

Graham has come back from a 2021 season lost to injury to post some his best play from his long career, including a career-high 11 sacks.

17. Jimmie Ward, S, 49ers (age: 31) (signed by Texans for 1 year)

Ward can sometimes be a liability in coverage and doesn’t offer much as a pass rusher but he still plays like an active linebacker vs. the run.

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18. Saquon Barkley, RB, Giants (age: 25) (franchise-tagged at $10.09 million)

Barkley had an important explosive and healthy season as their workhorse and the Giants are working to keep him as one focal point of the new offense.

19. James Bradberry, CB, Eagles (age: 29) (re-signed for 3 years, $38 million)

Bradberry was a great pickup opposite Darius Slay as he found his shutdown and ballhawking groove in coverage again.

20. Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Bills (age: 24) (signed by Bears for 4 years, $72 million)

Edmunds’ calling card remains his work in the passing game, where he can have a huge impact both in coverage and on the pass rush.

21. Jamel Dean, CB, Buccaneers (age: 26) (re-signed for 4 years, $52 million)

Dean (6-1, 206 pounds) uses his size well with physical coverage and also can provide great run support

22. Tony Pollard, RB, Cowboys (age: 26) (franchise-tagged at $10.09 million)

Pollard had a fantastic all-around season with his explosiveness, power and receiving that unfortunately ended with him breaking his left fibula in the playoffs. There’s a chance he explores free agency with Ezekiel Elliott set to return.

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23. Jonathan Jones, CB, Patriots (age: 29) (re-signed for 2 years, $20 million)

Jones is a steady, savvy cover man who sometimes can be spectacular making plays on the ball.

24. Dalton Schultz, TE, Cowboys (age: 26)

Schultz played on the franchise tag as a key target for Dak Precott, especially in the red zone, but the team should make him available given it can be OK with Jake Ferguson and Peyton Hendershot. 

25. Darius Slay, CB, Eagles (age: 32)

“Big Play” was a key part of Philadelphia’s secondary but they cut him for age vs. money considerations after re-signing Bradberry. He can still deliver for a young team.

26. Isaiah Oliver, CB, Falcons (age: 26) (signed by 49ers)

Oliver gave the Falcons some reliable corner play in every capacity to complement A.J. Terrell well in 2022.

27. Mike McGlinchey, OT, 49ers (age: 28) (signed by Broncos for 5 years, $87.5 million)

McGlinchey remains a rock of a run blocker who fares well with his athleticism for Kyle Shanahan.

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28. T.J. Edwards, LB, Eagles (age: 26) (signed with Bears for 3 years)

Edwards shored up a consistent weakness well with his best season, cleaning up well with his upfield play vs. run and pass but also being pretty solid in coverage.

29. Daron Payne, DT, Commanders (age: 25) (re-signed for 4 years, $90 million)

Payne produced 12 sacks working with Jonathan Allen but that’s balanced out by him being a poor run stuffer at a still young stage of his career.

30. Drue Tranquill, LB, Chargers (age: 27)

Tranqulll is another player that doesn’t hold up well against the run but makes up for it as an active effective blitzer and very rangy cover man.

31. Conner McGovern, C, Jets (age: 29)

McCovern, not to be confused with the same-named Cowboys guard, is a plug-and-play athletic starter in the middle.

32. Patrick Peterson, CB, Vikings (age: 32) (signed by Steelers for 2 years, $14 million)

Peterson has slowed down quite a bit considering he’s close to 33, but he still has the savvy to win often in coverage and his 5 INTs he can still make a lot of timely big plays.

Patrick Peterson

33. Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Cowboys (age: 25) (re-signed for 2 years, $8 million)

Vander Esch has settled in as a premier cover linebacker to complement ace pass-rusher Micah Parsons.

34. Evan Engram, TE, Jaguars (age: 28) (franchise-tagged at $11.35 million)

Engram stayed healthy and had a big first receiving season in Jacksonville, living up to his one-time first-round promise with the Giants. The Jaguars should bring him back for Trevor Lawrence.

35. Jadeveon Clowney, EDGE, Browns (age: 29)

Clowney remains a special run stopper with his physical presence and is down to be a limited complementary pass rusher.

36. Cameron Sutton, CB, Steelers (age: 27) (signed by Lions for 3 years, $33 million)

Sutton is a steady cover man who also uses his size well (5-11, 188 pounds) in run support.

37. Jakobi Meyers, WR, Patriots (age: 26) (signed by Raiders for 3 years, $33 million)

Meyers is a productive possession slot man who remains key on third downs and has become better as a red zone threat.

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38. Alex Singleton, LB, Broncos (age: 29) (re-signed for 3 years, $18 million)

Singleton is the classic pursuer and tackler vs. the run who is decent enough vs. the pass to stay on the field on third downs.

39. Vonn Bell, S, Bengals (age: 28) (signed by Panthers)

Bell is a well-rounded starter who doesn’t dominant in any one area but can be effective as an extra linebacker type.

40. Kaden Elliss, LB, Saints (age: 27) (signed by Falcons)

The 2019 seventh-rounder broke out in 2022 with his ability to fly around the field and make plays on the ball wherever needed, succeeding most in getting upfield.

41. Miles Sanders, RB, Eagles (age: 25) (signed by Panthers for 4 years, $25 million)

Sanders is coming off a healthy and explosive career-best 2022 season with 1,269 yards rushing and 11 TDs. He is a fine mid-volume runner but he can be inconsistent and doesn’t offer much in the passing game.

42. Juan Thornhill, S, Chiefs (age: 27) (signed by Browns for 3 years, $21 million)

Thornhill is very active in playing the pass, either handling targets downfield or working to get to thE QB shooting upfield.

43. Hayden Hurst, TE, Bengals (age: 29) (signed by Panthers for 3 years)

He was good in giving a Joe Burrow a replacement for C.J. Uzomah at the position so it will be interesting to see whether they keep the former Raven and Falcon.

44. David Montgomery, RB, Bears (age: 25) (signed by Lions for 3 years, $18 million)

Montgomery is short on rushing pop and explosiveness, but he’s a good volume shooter in racking up the power yardage that’s there rushing and delivering when needed as adept receiver.

45. JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Chiefs (age: 26) (signed with Patriots for 3 years, $25.5 million

The former Steelers standout Smith-Schuster quietly put up 78 catches for 933 yards in the remixed committee for Patrick Mahomes.

46. Matt Gay, K, Rams (age: 28) (signed by Colts for 4 years, $22.5 million)

He had a big Pro Bowl season during their Super Bowl run in 2021 and the former Buccaneer may look to cash in shore up another team’s field-goal group.

47. Arden Key, EDGE, Jaguars (age: 26) (signed by Titans for 3 years, $24 million)

Key was a surprise bright spot in the Jaguars’ front seven with his balanced situational play that included five sacks.

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48. Devin Singletary, RB, Bills (age: 25)

Singletary is a solid power runner with some burst but he’s down to not really having a role as a receiver.

49. Garrett Bradbury, C, Vikings (age: 27) (re-signed for 3 years, $15.75 million)

Bradbury was on the brink of being deemed a huge first-round disappointment. to smooth interior play in the new offense.

50. Marcus Davenport, EDGE, Saints (age: 26) (signed by Vikings for 1 year, $13 million)

Davenport has some untapped upside as a pass rusher and run blocker but he should be seen more as an effective situational starter.

51. Taylor Rapp, S, Rams (age: 25)

Rapp had an outstanding season living up to his college promise coming out of Washington. He stood out vs. the run but showed some big-play flashes vs. the pass.

52. Mike Gesicki, TE, Dolphins (age: 27)

Gesicki still has soft hands as a red zone threat (who loves doing the bad Griddy) but he just didn’t fit well catching passes in Mike McDaniel’s scheme.

53. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Eagles (age: 25)

Gardner-Johnson was a steal from the Saints because he fit so well in the system under Jonathan Gannon. Beyond the six interceptions, however, he is more solid than spectacular, stronger vs. the pass than run.

54. Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Broncos (age: 26) (signed by Seahawks for 3 years, $51 million)

Jones was an effective inside pass rusher in Denver last season with seven sacks but he is a limited player vs. the run.

55. Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, 49ers (age: 31) (signed by Raiders for 3 years, $67.5 million)

Garoppolo has aced it in Kyle Shanahan’s system so he needs to find a San Francisco satellite or Josh McDaniel’s Raiders, ranging from starting as a bridge for the Texans to backing up for the Rams.

56. Zach Allen, DT, Cardinals (age: 25) (signed by Broncos for 3 years, $47.8 million)

Allen is a pretty good pass rusher with six sacks but he is also is a slightly above average run defender.

57. Jordan Poyer, S, Bills (age: 31) (re-signed for 2 years)

Poyer is a fine reliable plug-and-play starting safety whose strength remains making plays in coverage.

58. Jabrill Peppers, S, Patriots (age: 27) (re-signed for 2 years)

Peppers keeps playing well as a run support safety given his linebacker hybrid nature but is limited vs. teh pass.

59. David Long, LB, Titans (age: 26) (signed by Dolphins)

Long is a terrific upfield linebacker in terms of getting after the run and rushing the passer but is below-average in coverage.

60. Byron Murphy, CB, Cardinals (age: 25) (signed by Vikings for 2 years, $22 million)

Murphy is a decent all-around young starter when healthy who does a little of everything well.

2023 NFL free agents: Top players available by position

Quarterbacks

  1. Lamar Jackson, Ravens (franchise-tagged at $32.4 million)
  2. Daniel Jones, Giants (re-signed for 4 years, $160 million)
  3. Derek Carr, Raiders (signed by Saints for 4 years)
  4. Geno Smith, Seahawks (re-signed for 3 years, $105 million)
  5. Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers (signed by Raiders for 3 years, $67.5 million)
  6. Jacoby Brissett, Browns (signed by Commanders for 1 year, $10 million)
  7. Sam Darnold, Panthers (signed by 49ers for 1 year)
  8. Baker Mayfield, Rams (signed by Buccaneers for 1 year, $8.5 million)
  9. Taylor Heinicke, Commanders (signed by Falcons for 2 years, $20 million)
  10. Andy Dalton, Saints (signed by Panthers for 2 years, $11 million)
  11. Carson Wentz, Commanders
  12. Teddy Bridgewater, Dolphins
  13. Matt Ryan, Colts
  14. Cooper Rush, Cowboys
  15. Mike White, Jets (signed by Dolphins for 2 years, $16 million)
  16. Drew Lock, Seahawks
  17. Mason Rudolph, Steelers
  18. Jarrett Stidham, Raiders (signed by Broncos for 2 years, $10 million)
  19. Marcus Mariota, Falcons
  20. Case Keenum, Bills (signed by Texans for 2 years)
  21. Kyle Allen, Texans (signed by Bills)
  22. P.J. Walker, Panthers (signed by Bears)
  23. C.J. Beathard, Jaguars (re-signed for 2 years, $4.5 million)
  24. Chad Henne, Chiefs
  25. Blaine Gabbert, Buccaneers
  26. Nick Mullens, Vikings (re-signed)
  27. Brandon Allen, Bengals
  28. Chase Daniel, Chargers
  29. Joe Flacco, Jets

Running backs

  1. Josh Jacobs, Raiders (franchise-tagged at $10.09 million)
  2. Saquon Barkley, Giants (franchise-tagged at $10.09 million)
  3. Tony Pollard, Cowboys (franchise-tagged at $10.09 million)
  4. Miles Sanders, Eagles (signed by Panthers for 4 years, $25 million)
  5. David Montgomery, Bears (signed by Lions for 3 years, $18 million)
  6. Devin Singletary, Bills
  7. Damien Harris, Patriots
  8. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys
  9. D’Onta Foreman, Panthers
  10. Kareem Hunt, Browns
  11. Leonard Fournette, Buccaneers
  12. D’Ernest Johnson, Browns
  13. Rashaad Penny, Seahawks (signed by Eagles for 1 year)
  14. Jamaal Williams, Lions (signed with Saints for 3 years, $12 million)
  15. Alexander Mattison, Vikings (re-signed for 2 years, $7 million)
  16. Samaje Perine, Bengals (signed by Broncos for 2 years, $7.5 million)
  17. Jeff Wilson Jr., Dolphins (re-signed for 2 years, $8.2 million)
  18. Raheem Mostert, Dolphins (re-signed for 2 years, $7.6 million)
  19. James Robinson, Jets (signed by Patriots for 2 years, $8 million)
  20. Boston Scott, Eagles (re-signed for 1 year, $2 million)
  21. Chase Edmonds, Broncos (signed by Buccaneers for 1 year, $1 million)
  22. Darrel Williams, Cardinals
  23. Kenyan Drake, Ravens
  24. Jerick McKinnon, Chiefs
  25. Matt Breida, Giants (re-signed)
  26. Dontrell Hilliard, Titans
  27. Ronald Jones II, Chiefs
  28. Royce Freeman, Texans
  29. Giovani Bernard, Buccaneers
  30. Latavius Murray, Broncos
  31. Jonathan Williams, Commanders
  32. Justin Jackson, Lions
  33. Marlon Mack, Broncos
  34. Mike Boone, Broncos (signed with Texans)
  35. Malcolm Brown, Rams
  36. David Johnson, Saints
  37. Mark Ingram, Saints
  38. Rex Burkhead, Texans
  39. Trenton Cannon, Titans
  40. Ameer Abdullah, Raiders (re-signed for 1 year, $1.75 million)
  41. J.D. McKissic, Commanders
  42. Travis Homer, Seahawks (signed by Bears for 2 years, $4.5 million)

Wide receivers

  1. Jakobi Meyers, Patriots (sigmed by Raiders for 3 years, $33 million)
  2. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Chiefs (signed by Patriots for 3 years, $25.5 million)
  3. Allen Lazard, Packers (signed by Jets for 4 years, $44 million)
  4. D.J. Chark, Lions
  5. Parris Campbell, Colts
  6. Adam Thielen, Vikings
  7. Mecole Hardman, Chiefs
  8. Richie James, Giants
  9. Julio Jones, Buccaneers
  10. Marvin Jones Jr., Jaguars
  11. Demarcus Robinson, Ravens
  12. DeAndre Carter, Chargers
  13. Mack Hollins, Raiders
  14. Jarvis Landry, Saints
  15. Odell Beckham Jr., street
  16. Robert Woods, Titans (signed by Texans for 2 years, $15.25 million)
  17. Trent Sherfield, Dolphins
  18. Byron Pringle, Bears
  19. Chris Moore, Texans
  20. Nelson Agholor, Patriots
  21. Randall Cobb, Packers
  22. Marquise Goodwin, Seahawks
  23. Marquez Callaway, Saints
  24. Damiere Byrd, Falcons
  25. Noah Brown, Cowboys (signed with Texans)
  26. Sammy Watkins, Ravens
  27. Sterling Shepard, Giants (re-signed for 1 year)
  28. T.Y. Hilton, Cowboys
  29. Jamison Crowder, Bills
  30. Braxton Berrios, Jets
  31. Chosen Anderson, Cardinals

Tight ends

  1. Dalton Schultz, Cowboys
  2. Evan Engram, Jaguars (franchise-tagged at $11.35 million)
  3. Hayden Hurst, Bengals (signed by Panthers for 3 years)
  4. Mike Gesicki, Dolphins
  5. Robert Tonyan, Packers
  6. Irv Smith, Vikings
  7. Austin Hooper, Titans
  8. Dan Arnold, Jaguars
  9. MyCole Pruitt, Falcons
  10. Jordan Akins, Texans
  11. Geoff Swaim, Titans
  12. Drew Sample, Bengals
  13. Josh Oliver, Ravens (signed by Vikings for 3 years, $21 million)
  14. Ross Dwelley, 49ers
  15. Marcedes Lewis, Packers
  16. Tyler Kroft, 49ers
  17. Eric Tomlinson, Broncos
  18. Eric Saubert, Broncos (signed by Dolphins)

Offensive tackles

  1. Kaleb McGary, Falcons (re-signed for 3 years, $37.5 million)
  2. Orlando Brown Jr., Chiefs (signed by Bengals for 4 years, $64 million)
  3. Mike McGlinchey, 49ers (signed by Broncos for 5 years, $87.5 million)
  4. Donovan Smith, Buccaneers
  5. Jawaan Taylor, Jaguars (signed by Chiefs for 4 years, $80 million)
  6. Taylor Lewan, Titans
  7. George Fant, Jets
  8. Cameron Erving, Panthers
  9. Jermaine Eluemenor, Raiders
  10. Cameron Fleming, Broncos
  11. Ty Nsekhe, Rams
  12. Kelvin Beachum, Cardinals (re-signed)
  13. Josh Wells, Buccaneers
  14. Andrew Wyile, Chiefs (signed by Commanders for 3 years, $24 million)
  15. Brandon Parker, Raiders (re-signed for 1 year, $1.5 million)
  16. Eric Fisher, Dolphins
  17. Andre Dillard, Eagles (signed by Titans for 3 years, $19 million)

Guards

  1. Isaac Seumalo, Eagles
  2. Elijah Wilkinson, Falcons
  3. Michael Schofield, Bears
  4. Evan Brown, Lions
  5. Max Scharping, Bengals
  6. Oday Aboushi, Rams
  7. Ben Powers, Ravens (signed by Broncos for 4 years, $52 million)
  8. Connor McGovern, Cowboys (signed by Bills for 3 years, $23 million)
  9. Nate Davis, Titans (signed by Bears for 3 years)
  10. Graham Glasgow, Broncos
  11. Gabe Jackson, Seahawks
  12. Will Hernandez, Cardinals (re-signed for 2 years, $9 million)
  13. Dan Feeney, Jets (signed by Dolphins)
  14. Nick Gates, Giants (signed by Commanders for 3 years, $18 million)
  15. Nate Herbig, Jets (signed by Steelers for 2 years, $8 million)
  16. Nick Leverett, Buccaneers

Centers

  1. Jason Kelce, Eagles (re-signed for 1 year, $14.25 million)
  2. Ethan Pocic, Browns (re-signed for 3 years, $18 million)
  3. Connor McGovern, Jets
  4. Garrett Bradbury, Vikings (re-signed for 3 years, $15.75 million)
  5. Bradley Bozeman, Panthers (re-signed for 3 years, $18 million)
  6. Jon Feliciano, Giants
  7. Austin Blythe, Seahawks (retired)
  8. Ben Jones, Titans
  9. Scott Quessenberry, Texans (re-signed for 1 year)
  10. Will Clapp, Chargers
  11. Tyler Larsen, Commanders (re-signed)
  12. Rodney Hudson, Cardinals
  13. Pat Elflein, Panthers

Edge rushers

  1. Brandon Graham, Eagles (re-signed for 1 year, $5 million)
  2. Jadeveon Clowney, Browns
  3. Arden Key, Jaguars (signed by Titans for 3 years, $24 million)
  4. Marcus Davenport, Saints (signed by Vikings for 1 year, $13 million)
  5. Calais Campbell, Ravens
  6. Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Texans (signed by Browns for 3 years, $19 million)
  7. Samson Ebukam, 49ers (signed by Colts for 3 years, $27 million)
  8. Bud Dupree, Titans
  9. DeMarcus Walker, Titans (signed by Bears for 3 years, $21 million)
  10. Justin Houston, Ravens
  11. Leonard Floyd, Rams
  12. Melvin ingram, Dolphins
  13. Dawuane Smoot, Jaguars
  14. Carl Nassib, Buccaneers
  15. Carlos Dunlap, Chiefs
  16. Dante Fowler Jr., Cowboys
  17. John Cominsky, Lions (re-signed for 2 years, $8.5 million)
  18. Lorenzo Carter, Falcons (re-signed for 2 years)
  19. Chase Winovich, Browns (signed by Texans for 1 year)
  20. Charles Omenihu, 49ers (signed by Chiefs for 2 years, $20 million)

Defensive tackles

  1. Dalvin Tomlinson, Vikings (signed by Browns for 4 years, $57 million)
  2. Javon Hargrave, Eagles (signed by 49ers for 4 years, $84 million)
  3. Daron Payne, Commanders (re-signed for 4 years, $90 million)
  4. Dre’Mont Jones, Broncos (signed by Seahawks for 3 years, $51 million)
  5. Zach Allen, Cardinals (signed by Broncos for 3 years, $47.8 million)
  6. Andrew Billings, Raiders
  7. Chris Wormley, Steelers
  8. Khyiris Tonga, Vikings
  9. Fletcher Cox, Eagles (re-signed for 1 year, $10 million)
  10. Sheldon Rankins, Jets (signed for 1 year, $10.5 million)
  11. David Onyemata, Saints (signed by Falcons for 3 years, $35 million)
  12. Shelby Harris, Seahawks
  13. Matt Ioannidis, Panthers
  14. Dean Lowry, Packers
  15. Shy Tuttle, Saints (signed by Panthers for 3 years, $19.5 million)
  16. Taven Bryan, Browns (signed by Colts for 1 year, $4.5 million)
  17. Jarran Reed, Packers (signed by Seahawks for 2 years, $10.8 million)
  18. Akiem Hicks, Buccaneers
  19. Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Buccaneers (signed by Giants)
  20. Ndamukong Suh, Eagles
  21. Larry Ogunjobi, Steelers (re-signed for 3 years, $28.75 million)
  22. Derrick Nnadi, Chiefs
  23. Hassan Ridgeway, 49ers (signed by Texans for 1 year, $4 million)

Linebackers

  1. Bobby Wagner, Rams
  2. Lavonte David, Buccaneers (re-signed for 1 year, $7 million)
  3. Tremaine Edmunds, Bills (signed by Bears for 4 years, $72 million)
  4. T.J. Edwards, Eagles (signed by Bears for 3 years)
  5. Drue Tranquill, Chargers
  6. Leighton Vander Esch, Cowboys (re-signed for 2 years, $8 million)
  7. Alex Singleton, Broncos (re-signed for 3 years, $19 million)
  8. Kaden Elliss, Saints (signed by Falcons)
  9. David Long, Titans (signed by Dolphins)
  10. Bobby Okereke, Colts (signed by Giants for 4 years, $40 million)
  11. Azeez Al-Shaair, 49ers (signed by Titans)
  12. Eric Kendricks, Vikings (signed by Chargers)
  13. Denzel Perryman, Raiders
  14. Sione Takitaki, Browns (re-signed for 1 year, $2.6 million)
  15. Kyzir White, Eagles (signed by Cardinals for 2 years, $11 million)
  16. Cole Holcomb, Commanders (signed by Steelers for 3 years)
  17. Robert Spillane, Steelers (signed by Raiders for 2 years, $9 million)
  18. Zach Cunningham, Titans
  19. Kwon Alexander, Jets
  20. Kyle Van Noy, Chargers
  21. Cory Littleton, Panthers
  22. Anthony Barr, Cowboys
  23. Damien Wilson, Panthers

Cornerbacks

  1. James Bradberry, Eagles (re-signed for 3 years, $38 million)
  2. Jamel Dean, Buccaneers (re-signed for 4 years, $52 million)
  3. Jonathan Jones, Patriots (re-signed for 2 years, $20 million)
  4. Darius Slay, Eagles
  5. Isaiah Oliver, Falcons (signed by 49ers)
  6. Patrick Peterson, Vikings (signed by Steelers for 2 years, $14 million)
  7. Cameron Sutton, Steelers (signed by Lions for 3 years, $33 million)
  8. Byron Murphy, Cardinals (signed by Vikings for 2 years, $22 million)
  9. Sean Murphy-Bunting, Buccaneers
  10. Tavierre Thomas, Texans (re-signed for 1 year, $3 million)
  11. Emmanuel Mosley, 49ers (signed by Lions for 1 year, $6 million)
  12. Anthony Brown, Cowboys
  13. Marcus Peters, Ravens
  14. Bryce Callahan, Chargers
  15. Antonio Hamilton, Cardinals
  16. Troy Hill, Rams
  17. Rock Ya-Sin, Raiders
  18. Cameron Dantzler, Vikings (signed by Commanders)
  19. Chandon Sullivan, Vikings
  20. Mike Hughes, Lions
  21. Eli Apple, Bengals
  22. Shaquill Griffin, Jaguars
  23. Tre Herndon, Jaguars
  24. Brandon Facyson, Colts (signed by Raiders)
  25. Bobby McCain, Commanders

Safeties

  1. Jessie Bates III, Bengals (signed by Falcons for 4 years, $64 million)
  2. Jimmie Ward, 49ers (signed by Texans)
  3. Vonn Bell, Bengals (signed by Panthers)
  4. Juan Thornhill, Chiefs (signed by Browns for 3 years, $21 million)
  5. Taylor Rapp, Rams
  6. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Eagles
  7. Jordan Poyer, Bills (re-signed for 2 years)
  8. Jabrill Peppers, Patriots (re-signed for 2 years)
  9. Rodney McLeod, Saints
  10. Davin McCourty, Patriots (retired)
  11. Adrian Amos, Packers
  12. Julian Love, Giants
  13. Chris Banjo, Cardinals
  14. Duron Harmon, Raiders
  15. Geno Stone, Ravens
  16. Terrell Edmunds, Steelers
  17. Deshon Elliott, Lions (signed by Dolphins)
  18. Andrew Adams, Titans
  19. Donovan Wilson, Cowboys (re-signed for 3 years, $24 million)
  20. Logan Ryan, Buccaneers
  21. Andrew Wingard, Jaguars (re-signed for 3 years, $9.6 million)

Kickers

  1. Matt Gay, Rams (signed by Colts for 4 years, $22.5 million)
  2. Greg Joseph, Vikings (re-signed for 1 year, $2 million)
  3. Robbie Gould, 49ers
  4. Brett Maher, Cowboys
  5. Joey Slye, Commanders
  6. Mason Crosby, Packers
  7. Matt Prater, Cardinals (re-signed for 2 years)
  8. Greg Zuerlein, Jets (re-signed)
  9. Randy Bullock, Titans

Punters

  1. Sam Martin, Bills (re-signed for 3 years, $7.5 million)
  2. Riley Dixon, Rams
  3. J.K. Scott, Chargers
  4. Jake Bailey, Patriots
  5. Matt Haack, Colts
  6. Bradley Pinion, Falcons (re-signed for 3 years, $8.65 million)
  7. Andy Lee, Cardinals
  8. Thomas Morstead, Dolphins

Long snappers

  1. Matt Overton, Cowboys
  2. Carson Tinker, Seahawks
  3. J.J. Jansen, Panthers (re-signed for 1 year)
  4. Morgan Cox, Titans
  5. Jon Weeks, Texans (re-signed for 1 year)
  6. Patrick Scales, Bears

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