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NFL free agency 2021: Ranking the top 50 free agents, best players by position, tracking signings

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Who are the top unrestricted players in NFL free agency? 2021 brings another strong veteran open market across positions.

There are several splashy targets at wide receiver and plenty of depth for defense, especially at edge rusher and safety. Quarterbacks have one big headliner for now and not much else. 

For teams looking to spend their available money under the upcoming salary cap, there are plenty of worthy signings to upgrade rosters, from high-priced commodities to bargain talents.

Here’s an overall ranking of the best overall options and the best by position. Check back for updates as this also will serve as a tracker when players are re-signed, get the franchise tag or land on a new team:

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NFL free agency 2021: Ranking the top 50 players

1. Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys (age: 27)

Despite the early season-ending ankle injury as a franchise-tagged QB in 2020, Prescott is a rising top-10 option at the game’s most important position. The Cowboys should be locking him up with a lucrative long-term deal to keep operating their dynamic, loaded passing game. Re-signed for 4 years, $160 million

2. Chris Godwin, WR, Buccaneers (age: 24) (franchise-tagged)

Godwin has turned into a premier slot receiver at 6-1, 209 pounds. He runs great routes with outside versatility and despite some notable drops, he has the hands to be reliable all over the field. He isn’t close to his prime and the Bucs should do everything they can to keep him for Tom Brady.

3. Allen Robinson, WR, Bears (age: 27) (franchise-tagged)

Robinson had a massive third season with Chicago while in his prime as a complete target with 102 catches for 1,250 yards and 6 TDs. He’ll be looking to leave Chicago and finally get paired with a top QB.

4. Shaquil Barrett, EDGE, Buccaneers (age: 28)

Barrett cooled from leading the league with 19.5 sacks in his first season in Tampa Bay in 2019, but his massive impact in getting after the quarterback manifested again in the playoffs. The Bucs will do their best to keep him to make another run with their defense in 2021. Re-signed for 4 years, $72 million

5. Justin Simmons, S, Broncos (age: 27) (franchise-tagged)

Simmons (6-2, 202 pounds) had another big season making plays for Denver with five interceptions and 96 total tackles. He will be a great cleanup man anywhere.

6. Trent Williams, OT, 49ers (age: 32)

Williams was outstanding replacing Joe Staley as.he stayed totally healthy and dominated back in Kyle Shanahan’s offense. He still has a few solid years left. Re-signed for 6 years, $138 miliion

7. Aaron Jones, RB, Packers (age: 26) 

Jones had a second straight big year from scrimmage (1,459 yards, 11 TDs) and remained explosive, averaging 5.5 yards per carry. The Packers will do their best to keep him with Jamaal Williams heading to free agency with A.J. Dillon set to become the new power complement. Re-signed for 4 years, $48 million

8. Anthony Harris, S, Vikings (age: 29)

Harris didn’t have any interceptions in 2020 after posting 6 in 2019 but he was still very active in coverage to help a struggling overall pass defense and also racked up 104 total tackles.

9. Kenny Golladay, WR, Lions (age: 27)

“Babytron” is a big, speedy field-stretcher (6-4, 215 pounds) and red-zone finisher when healthy but he played in only five games in 2020 after suffering a lingering hip injury. The Lions will try to keep him around as Jared Goff’s go-to guy with Marvin Jones Jr. also being a free agent.

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10. Leonard Williams, DE, Giants (age: 26) (franchise-tagged)

Williams, the Jets’ No. 6 overall pick in 2015, had his delayed big breakout as an interior pass rusher for the other New York team with 11.5 sacks. He is still built to wreak havoc on the middle edge of a 3-4 front. Re-signed for 3 years, $63 mllion

11. Hunter Henry, TE, Chargers (age: 26)

Henry stayed mostly healthy in 2020 which was big for him, and caught 60 passes for 613 yards and 4 TDs in 14 games. He was underused a little as the Chargers unleashed an aggressive downfield passing game with rookie Justin Herbert. But Henry settled into to be a key target late and would be vital to new offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi’s scheme if re-signed. Signed with Patriots for 3 years, $37.5 million

12. JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Steelers (age: 24)

Smith-Schuster may have worked his way out of Pittsburgh with his TikTok ticking off Mike Tomlin, but he’s a young slot receiver with high production and massive upside. JuJu sneakily got up to 97 catches for 831 yards and 9 TDs in the Steelers’ dink and dunk passing game.

13. Will Fuller, WR, Texans (age: 26)

Between injuries and suspension, Fuller can’t seem to stay on the field to produce big time. The 6-0, 184-pounder has blinding vertical speed as he averaged 16.6 yards per catch on his 53 catches for 879 yards and 8 TDs in 11 games with Deshaun Watson.

14. Lavonte David, LB, Buccaneers (age: 31)

David remains a solid, consistent rock of a tackler and rangy playmaker even with a transition in scheme the past two years. He can help out a defense in many ways and also is a seasoned, respected leader. Re-signed for 2 years, $25 million

15. Richard Sherman, CB, 49ers (age: 32)

Sherman played in only five games in 2020 but is coming off a strong 2019 where he showed his old-school physical shutdown stylings and also had 61 tackles. He has been a welcome leader of San Francisco’s secondary and can have the same influence on another team.

16. J.J. Watt, EDGE,Texans (age: 31)

Watt has slowed down a little from his superstar status but still had five sacks and an interception to make plays for an otherwise weak Houston defense in his final season there. He should find work as an effecitve immediate impact starter in another 3-4 scheme. Signed with Cardinals for 2 years, $28 million.

17. Marcus Williams, S, Saints (age: 24) (franchise-tagged)

Williams has been consistent with his coverage help from free safety with a good nose for the ball and he is pretty solid in run support, too.

18. Brandon Scherff, G, Washington (age: 29) (franchise-tagged)

Scherff keeps on plugging away as one of the game’s best all-around interior blockers. He still has several seasons to contribute at a high level.

19. Corey Davis, WR, Titans (age: 26)

Davis finally broke out as a first-rounder with his size (6-3, 209 pounds) and speed in the Titans’ run-first offense as a great complementary receiver to A.J. Brown for Ryan Tannehill, catching 65 of 92 targets for 984 yards and 5 TDs while averaging 15.1 yards per catch. Signed with Jets for 3 years, $37.5 million

20. Melvin Ingram, EDGE, Chargers (age: 31) 

Ingram is getting up there and his pass-rush production has gone down with some injury issues. But when healthy, he remains a well-rounded disruptor for either a 4-3 or 3-4 alignment.

21. Corey Linsley, C, Packers (age: 29)

Aaron Rodgers’ main snapping man has been a venerable line leader and also continues to be a big part of their run-blocking success. Signed with Chargers for 5 years, $62.5 million

22. Bud Dupree, EDGE, Steelers (age: 27)

Dupree is a sturdy pass rusher at 6-4, 269 pounds and was having a big season before his knee injury shortened it to 11 games, in which he still produced eight sacks. Signed with Titans

23. Taylor Moton, OT, Panthers (age: 26)

The 2017 second-rounder delivered a strong third full season as a starter. Moton (6-5, 325 pounds) is best suited to help another team as a run-blocking force on the right side. Re-signed for 1 year, $13.75 million

24. Joe Thuney, G, Patriots (age: 28)

Thuney had to play some tackle with the Patriots’ line injuries and reshuffling in 2020 but his usual job is crushing it as a run blocker from left guard with good athleticism for his size (6-5, 308 pounds). Signed with Chiefs for 5 years, $80 million

25. Troy Hill, CB, Rams (age: 29)

Hill (5-11, 183 pounds) came into his own opposite Jalen Ramsey, a good combination of dynamic ballhawk and aggressive cover man.

26. Marvin Jones Jr., WR, Lions (age: 30)

Jones used his size (6-2, 199 pounds) well as a fill-in No. 1 after Golladay went down, ending up with 76 catches for 978 yards and 9 TDs. He will be a valuable possession man and reliable red zone target for this likely third team. Signed with Jaguars for 2 years, $14.5 million

27. William Jackson III, CB, Bengals (age: 28)

Jackson is another nice-sized veteran corner (6-0, 196 pounds). His play outside was key for an underrated and often tricky Bengals pass defense. Signed with Washington for 3 years, $42 million

28. Matt Milano, LB, Bills (age: 26)

Milano battled injury issues in 2020 but he was a playmaking force with 3.5 sacks, an interception and 45 total tackles in his 10 games. Re-signed for 4 years, $44 million

29. Matthew Judon, EDGE, Ravens (age: 28)

Judon produced 6 sacks in 14 games, a little dropoff from 2019, but he remained an active tackler. He should help another 3-4 team as he’s likely too pricey to keep in Baltimore. Signed with Patriots for 4 years, $56 million

30. Desmond King II, Titans (age: 26)

The Chargers traded King, one of the game’s smoothest slot corners, to the Titans in the middle of the season. He also can help a team nicely in the return game.

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31. Yannick Ngakoue, EDGE, Ravens (age: 25)

The former Jaguars standout continued good production for both Minnesota and Baltimore in a split 2020 season but he best fits as a pure pass-rushing 4-3 end. Signed with Raiders for 2 years, $26 million

32. Marcus Maye, S, Jets (age: 27) (franchise-tagged)

Maye did more than his part to step up all-around playmaker without Jamal Adams with two sacks, two interceptions, 11 passes defensed and 88 total tackles.

33. Jadeveon Clowney, EDGE, Titans (age: 27)

Clowney had more health issues playing only a half-season (eight games) and didn’t record a sack in his next team after the Seahawks. But he can revive his well-rounded presence back in a traditional 3-4 scheme.

34. Carl Lawson, EDGE, Bengals (age: 26)

Lawson has some untapped pass-rushing upside after posting a career-high 5.5 sacks in 2020 and he’s also pretty sound against the run from 4-3 end. Signed with Jets for 3 years, $45 million

35. Leonard Floyd, EDGE, Rams (age: 28)

Floyd found his groove as a pass rusher complementing Aaron Donald from 3-4 outside linebacker with a career-high 10.5 sacks, shattering his disappointment from the Bears. Re-signed for 4 years, $64 million

36. John Johnson II, S, Rams (age: 25)

Johnson uses his size (6-0, 209 pounds) well and adds to the punch of this positional class. He excels at cleaning up against the run (105 total tackles in 2020) and also is solid in coverage for either free or strong safety. Signed with Browns for 3 years, $33 million

37. Shelby Harris, DT, Broncos (age: 29)

Harris is a reliable interior rusher when healthy (six sacks in 11 games in 2020) with a powerful, compact frame (6-2, 290 pounds) for the position. Re-signed for 3 years, $27 million

38. Mike Hilton, CB, Steelers (age: 26)

Hilton tends to be overshadowed in this secondary because of Minkah Fitzpatrick and Joe Haden, but he had his best nickel season yet with three interceptions, three sacks and 51 total tackles. Signed with Bengals for 4 years, $24 million

39. Curtis Samuel, WR, Panthers (age: 24)

Samuel was a highly productive and versatile third receiver in Carolina with 77 catches, 851 yards and three TDs playing off Robby Anderson and D.J. Moore and also filling some of the pass-catching void of Christian McCaffrey. He should have plenty of appeal elsewhere as a super-young playmaker. Signed with Washington for 3 years, $34.5 million

40. Alejandro Villanueva, OT, Steelers (age: 32)

The two-time Pro Bowler is getting up there but at 6-9, 320 pounds, he can provide a few more years of solid left tackle play.

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41. Jonnu Smith, TE, Titans (age: 25)

Smith plays bigger than his size (6-3, 248 pounds) as a short-area receiver and blocker. He stayed healthy for 15 games, catching 41 passes for 448 yards and eight TDs in 2020. Signed with Patriots for 4 years, $50 million

42. Shaquill Griffin, CB, Seahawks (age: 25)

Griffin is another corner with good size (6-0, 198 pounds) available on the open market. In only 12 games, he had three interceptions, 12 passes defensed and 63 total tackles in 2020. Signed with Jaguars for 3 years, $44.5 million

43. Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Giants (age: 26)

Tomlinson is a pretty mighty 3-4 nose at 6-3, 318 pounds with consistent juice to get into the backfield. He posted 3.5 sacks and 49 total tackles in each of the past two durable seasons. Signed with Vikings for 2 years, $22 million

44. Russell Okung, OT, Panthers (age: 32)

Okung remains sturdy for his size (6-5, 310 pounds) when healthy, which hasn’t been the case the past two seasons with the Chargers and Panthers. He is a short-term left-side solution for someone.

45. Kenyan Drake, RB, Cardinals (age: 27)

Drake played 2020 under the transition tag but was short of consistently being featured by Kliff Kingsbury in the Cardinals’ prolific rushing attack. He still racked up 1,092 yards from scrimmage and 10 TDs on 264 touches over 15 games.

46. Jayon Brown, LB, Titans (age: 25)

Brown does a little bit of everything well inside with a baseline of prolific tackling when healthy plus the capacity to deliver as a cover man and blitzer when needed. He’s best suited to stay in a 3-4 sharing the second-level duties. Re-signed for 1 year, $5.25 million

47. Patrick Peterson, CB, Cardinals (age: 30)

Peterson has slowed down from his shutdown level but he remains a savvy, reliable cover man and durable playmaker on the outside. He posted 3 interceptions and 61 total tackles in 2020. Signed with Vikings for 1 year, $10 million

48. Chris Carson, RB, Seahawks (age: 26)

Carson does have some durability issues and missed another 4 games in 2020, but he also came through again as a big back (5-11, 222 pounds) in a run-heavy attack with 178 touches for 968 scrimmage yards and nine TDs in 12 games 

49. Jameis Winston, QB, Saints (age: 27)

Winston, after a worthy year in Sean Payton’s offense backing up Drew Brees, shouldn’t be totally ignored in free agency again given so many teams having QB concerns and the fact he still has some big upside with that big arm. Should Brees retire, however, he won’t be promoted over Taysom Hill, so a second shot at a starting gig has to be elsewhere. Re-signed for 1 year, $12 million

50. Daryl Williams, OT, Bills (age: 28)

Williams returned to durable full-time starting status for Buffalo after last having that kind of role with Carolina in 2017. He was a rock with his size (6-6, 330 pounds) and power for the right side. Re-signed for 3 years, $28.2 million

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2021 NFL free agents: Tracking top players by position


  1. Dak Prescott, Cowboys (re-signed for 4 years, $160 million)
  2. Jameis Winston, Saints (re-signed for 1 year, $12 million)
  3. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dolphins (signed with Washington for 1 year, $10 million)
  4. Mitchell Trubisky, Bears
  5. Andy Dalton, Cowboys (signed with Bears for 1 year, $10 million)
  6. Cam Newton, Patriots (re-signed for 1 year, $14 million)
  7. Alex Smith, Washington
  8. Tyrod Taylor, Chargers (signed with Texans for 1 year, $12.5 million)
  9. Jacoby Brissett, Colts (signed with Dolphins for 1 year)

Running backs

  1. Aaron Jones, Packers (re-signed for 4 years, $48 million)
  2. Kenyan Drake, Cardinals
  3. Chris Carson, Seahawks
  4. Leonard Fournette, Buccaneers
  5. James Conner, Steelers
  6. Mike Davis, Panthers
  7. James White, Patriots
  8. Jamaal Williams, Packers (signed with Lions for 2 years, $7.5 million)
  9. Kyle Juszczyk, 49ers (re-signed for 5 years, $27 million)
  10. Le’Veon Bell, Chiefs
  11. Todd Gurley, Falcons
  12. Tevin Coleman, 49ers
  13. Duke Johnson, Texans
  14. Damien Williams, Chiefs
  15. Marlon Mack, Colts (re-signed for 1 year, $2 million)
  16. Mark Ingram, Ravens (signed with Texans for 1 year)
  17. Carlos Hyde, Seahawks (signed with Jaguars for 2 years, $6 million)
  18. Lamar Miller, Washington (re-signed)
  19. Devontae Booker, Raiders (signed with Giants for 2 years, $6 million)
  20. Mike Boone, Vikings (signed with Broncos for 2 years)
  21. Malcolm Brown, Rams (signed by Dolphins)

Wide receivers

  1. Chris Godwin, Buccaneers (franchise-tagged)
  2. Allen Robinson, Bears (franchise-tagged)
  3. Kenny Golladay, Lions
  4. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers
  5. Will Fuller, Texans
  6. Corey Davis, Titans (signed with Jets for 3 years, $37.5 million)
  7. Marvin Jones Jr., Lions (signed with Jaguars for 2 years, $14.5 million)
  8. Curtis Samuel, Panthers (signed with Washington for 3 years, $34.5 million)
  9. Nelson Agholor, Raiders (signed by Patriots)
  10. Antonio Brown, Buccaneers
  11. Emmanuel Sanders, Saints (signed with Bills for 1 year, $6 million)
  12. John Brown, Bills (signed with Raiders)
  13. T.Y. Hilton, Colts
  14. A.J. Green, Bengals (signed with Cardinals for 1 year, $8 million)
  15. Sammy Watkins, Chiefs
  16. Keelan Cole, Jaguars
  17. Adam Humphries, Titans
  18. Danny Amendola, Lions
  19. Breshad Perriman, Jets
  20. Kendrick Bourne, 49ers (signed with Patriots for 3 years, $22.5 million)
  21. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals
  22. Golden Tate, Giants
  23. DeSean Jackson, Eagles
  24. Phillip Dorsett, Seahawks (signed with Jaguars)
  25. John Ross, Bengals (signed with Giants for 1 year, $2.5 million)
  26. Alshon Jeffery, Eagles
  27. Marquise Goodwin, 49ers

Tight ends

  1. Hunter Henry, Chargers (signed with Patriots for 3 years, $37.5 million)
  2. Jonnu Smith, Titans (signed with Patriots for 4 years, $50 million)
  3. Rob Gronkowski, Buccaneers (re-signed for 1 year, $10 million)
  4. Gerald Everett, Rams (signed with Seahawks for 1 year, $6 million)
  5. Jared Cook, Saints
  6. Kyle Rudolph, Vikings
  7. Tyler Eifert, Jaguars
  8. Josh Hill, Saints (signed with Lions)

Offensive tackles

  1. Trent Williams, 49ers (re-signed for 6 years, $138 million)
  2. Taylor Moton, Panthers (re-signed for 1 year, $13.75 million)
  3. Alejandro Villanueva, Steelers
  4. Russell Okung, Panthers
  5. Daryl Williams, Bills (re-signed for 3 years, $28.2 millon)
  6. Cam Robinson, Jaguars (franchise-tagged)
  7. Eric Fisher, Chiefs
  8. Mitchell Schwartz, Chiefs 
  9. Cameron Fleming, Giants
  10. Bobby Massie, Bears
  11. Kelvin Beachum, Cardinals (re-signed for 2 years)
  12. Matt Feiler, Steelers (signed with Chargers for 3 years, $21 million)
  13. Cameron Erving, Cowboys (signed with Panthers for 2 years, $10 million)
  14. Dennis Kelly, Titans
  15. Rashod Hill, Vikings (re-signed)


  1. Brandon Scherff, Washington (franchise-tagged)
  2. Joe Thuney, Patriots (signed with Chiefs for 5 years, $80 million)
  3. Lane Taylor, Packers
  4. Kevin Zeitler, Giants (signed with Ravens for 3 years, $22 million)
  5. Gabe Jackson, Raiders (traded to Seahawks)
  6. James Carpenter, Falcons
  7. Jon Feliciano, Bills (re-signed for 3 years, $17 million)
  8. Pat Elflein, Jets (signed with Panthers for 3 years, $13.5 million)
  9. Richie Incognito, Raiders (re-signed)
  10. Trai Turner, Chargers


  1. Corey Linsley, Packers (signed with Chargers for 5 years, $62.5 million)
  2. David Andrews, Patriots
  3. Austin Reiter, Chiefs
  4. Alex Mack, Falcons (signed by 49ers)
  5. Rodney Hudson, Raiders (traded to Cardinals)
  6. Ted Karras, Dolphins (signed by Patriots for 1 year, $4 million)
  7. Nick Martin, Texans

Defensive tackles

  1. Leonard Williams, Giants (re-signed for 3 years, $63 million)
  2. Shelby Harris, Broncos (re-signed for 3 years, $27 million)
  3. Dalvin Tomlinson, Giants (signed with Vikings for 2 years, $22.5 million)
  4. Sheldon Rankins, Saints
  5. Ndamukong Suh, Buccaneers
  6. Tyrone Crawford, Cowboys
  7. Jurrell Casey, Broncos
  8. Denico Autry, Colts (signed by Titans for 3 years, $21.5 million)
  9. Roy Robertson-Harris, Bears (signed with Jaguars for 3 years, $24.4 million)
  10. Derek Wolfe, Ravens (re-signed for 3 years, $12 million)
  11. Henry Anderson, Jets (signed with Patriots for 2 years)
  12. Maliek Collins, Raiders (signed with Texans for 1 year, $6 million)
  13. Tyson Alualu, Steelers (signed with Jaguars for 2 years, $6 million)
  14. Adam Butler, Patriots (signed with Dolphins for 2 years, $9.5 million)
  15. Danny Shelton, Lions

Edge rushers 

  1. Shaquil Barrett, Buccaneers (re-signed for 4 years, $72 million)
  2. J.J. Watt, Texans (signed with Cardinals for 2 years, $28 million)
  3. Melvin Ingram, Chargers
  4. Bud Dupree, Steelers (signed with Titans)
  5. Matthew Judon, Ravens (signed with Patriots for 4 years, $56 million)
  6. Yannick Ngakoue, Ravens (signed with Raiders)
  7. Jadeveon Clowney, Titans
  8. Carl Lawson, Bengals (signed with Jets for 3 years, $45 million)
  9. Leonard Floyd, Rams (re-signed for 4 years, $64 million)
  10. Trey Hendrickson, Saints (signed with Bengals for 4 years, $60 million)
  11. Haason Reddick, Cardinals (signed with Panthers for 2 years, $6 million)
  12. Justin Houston, Colts
  13. Aldon Smith, Cowboys
  14. Romeo Okwara, Lions (re-signed for 3 years, $39 million)
  15. Carlos Dunlap, Seahawks
  16. Takk McKinley, Raiders (signed with Browns)
  17. Adrian Clayborn, Browns
  18. Mario Edwards, Bears (re-signed for 3 years, $11.55 million)
  19. Markus Golden, Cardinals (re-signed for 2 years, $9 million)
  20. Dawaune Smoot, Jaguars (re-signed for 2 years, $14 million)


  1. Lavonte David, Buccaneers (re-signed for 2 years, $25 million)
  2. Matt Milano, Bills (re-signed for 4 years, $44 million)
  3. Jayon Brown, Titans (re-signed for 1 year, $5.25 milion)
  4. Denzel Perryman, Chargers (signed with Panthers for 2 years)
  5. K.J. Wright, Seahawks
  6. Samson Ebukam, Rams (signed with 49ers for 2 years, $12 million)
  7. Kamu Grugier-Hill, Patriots (signed with Texans for 1 year, $3.25 million)
  8. Jarrad Davis, Lions (signed with Jets for 1 year, $7 million)
  9. Kevin Pierre-Louis, Washington (signed with Texans for 2 years)
  10. Vince Williams, Steelers


  1. Richard Sherman, 49ers
  2. Troy Hill, Rams
  3. William Jackson III, Bengals (signed with Washington for 3 years, $42 million)
  4. Desmond King II, Titans
  5. Mike Hilton, Steelers (signed with Bengals for 4 years, $24 million)
  6. Patrick Peterson, Cardinals (signed with Vikings for 1 year, $10 million)
  7. Shaquill Griffin, Seahawks (signed with Jaguars for 3 years, $44.5 million)
  8. Quinton Dunbar, Seahawks
  9. Xavier Rhodes, Colts
  10. Ronald Darby, Washington (signed with Broncos for 3 years, $30 million)
  11. Jason Verrett, 49ers (re-signed for 1 year, $5.5 million)
  12. Janoris Jenkins, Saints (signed with Titans)
  13. Mackensie Alexander, Bengals
  14. Brian Poole, Jets
  15. Adoree’ Jackson, Titans
  16. Chidobe Awuzie, Cowboys (signed with Bengals for 3 years)
  17. Nickell Robey-Coleman, Eagles
  18. Breshaud Breeland, Chiefs
  19. Casey Hayward, Chargers
  20. Cameron Sutton, Steelers (re-signed for 2 years, $9 million)
  21. K’Waun Williams, 49ers
  22. Gareon Conley, Texans
  23. A.J. Bouye, Broncos
  24. Buster Skrine, Bears
  25. Michael Davis, Chargers (re-signed for 3 years)
  26. Justin Coleman, Lions (signed with Dolphins for 1 year, $2.75 million)
  27. Rashaan Melvin, Jaguars
  28. Ahkello Witherspoon, 49ers (signed by Seahawks)
  29. Terrance Mitchell, Browns (signed by Texans)


  1. Justin Simmons, Broncos (franchise-tagged)
  2. Anthony Harris, Vikings
  3. Marcus Williams, Saints (franchise-tagged)
  4. Marcus Maye, Jets (franchise-tagged)
  5. John Johnson III, Rams (signed with Browns for 3 years, $33 million)
  6. Malik Hooker, Colts
  7. Keanu Neal, Falcons
  8. Jaquiski Tartt, 49ers
  9. Xavier Woods, Cowboys
  10. Ricardo Allen, Falcons
  11. Jalen Mills, Eagles (signed with Patriots for 4 years, $24 million)
  12. Rayshawn Jenkins, Chargers (signed by Jaguars for 4 years)
  13. Tre Boston, Panthers
  14. Lamarcus Joyner, Raiders
  15. Kareem Jackson, Broncos


  1. Younghoe Koo, Falcons (re-signed for 1 year)
  2. Zane Gonzalez, Cardinals
  3. Cairo Santos, Bears (re-signed for 5 years, $16 million)
  4. Ryan Succop, Buccaneers (re-signed for 3 years, $12 million)
  5. Matt Prater, Lions (signed by Cardinals for 2 years, $7 million)
  6. Dustin Hopkins, Washington (re-signed for 1 year)
  7. Stephen Gostkowski, Titans
  8. Cody Parkey, Browns
  9. Randy Bullock, Bengals
  10. Nick Folk, Patriots
  11. Dan Bailey, Vikings


  1. Kevin Huber, Bengals
  2. Pat O’Donnell, Bears (re-signed for 1 year)
  3. Jordan Berry, Steelers
  4. Andy Lee, Cardinals (re-signed for 1 year)
  5. Matt Haack, Dolphins (signed with Bills)
  6. Thomas Morstead, Saints
  7. Chris Jones, Cowboys

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