The NFL officially started the new league year and free agency at 4 p.m. ET Wednesday. Two of the big-name quarterbacks, Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum, have new teams but others are still on the open market. Here's a rundown of what has happened so far, sorted by conference and team.
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After flirting with the idea of drafting Reuben Foster last year, only to settle on little-used John Ross, the Bengals are addressing linebacker by signing ex-Bill Preston Brown to a one-year deal. And with Vontaze Burfict facing another suspension, the linebacking corps may need help. Read more.
The Browns agreed to sign cornerback T.J. Carrie, a former seventh-round pick who figures to start immediately, based on the four-year, $31 million contract he was given. Read more.
The Steelers signed former Colts linebacker Jon Bostic, who will be viewed as a good stopgap to replace Ryan Shazier until a draft pick develops. Read more.
Houston made its first big move in free agency for a playmaker Friday night by signing Tyrann Mathieu to a one-year, $7 million deal. Read more.
Eric Ebron, who agreed to a two-year, $15 million deal, will compete with Erik Swoope to be the No. 2 tight end behind Jack Doyle this season. Read more.
The Jaguars continue to address one of their weakest positions, signing Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Read more.
It was a big plus for the Titans to prevent DaQuan Jones from getting away in free agency, re-signing him to a three-year deal. He’s not the biggest name or best player, but he’s a consistent starting defensive lineman who handles a lot of the dirty work to let the playmakers stay clean. Read more.
The Broncos added Tremaine Brock, who immediately offers versatility as a veteran who has played full-time as an outside cornerback and also predominantly played nickelback in other seasons. Read more.
The Cowboys have placed the $2.91 million second-round tender on restricted free agent defensive linemen David Irving. The team contemplated using the first-rounder tender at $4.1 million but opted for the lower tag.
Detroit needed to add experience on the interior of its defensive line and had to improve its run defense after departures in free agency and struggles in the second half of last season. Sylvester Williams should help, but he doesn't come without risk. Meanwhile, tight end Luke Wilson fills a role. Read more.
Signing Tramon Williams takes some pressure off the Packers to find another immediate starter at cornerback after they traded Damarious Randall to the Browns for quarterback DeShone Kizer earlier this month, and it gives last year’s top pick, Kevin King, another veteran mentor just like he had as a rookie in Davon House. Read more.
A darn good defense just got better after the Vikings landed former Pro Bowler Sheldon Richardson. The former Jets star played in Seattle last season and will join what could be the best defensive line in the NFL. Read more.
The Panthers needed a space-eater to start beside Pro Bowler Kawann Short after losing 2013 first-round pick Star Lotulelei to Buffalo in free agency so they signed Dontari Poe to a three-year deal. Read more.
The Cardinals signed Mike Glennon on Friday, and as the backup quarterback, he'll be one snap away from starting. And with Sam Bradford's injury history, that could happen sooner rather than later. Read more.
The Niners addressed their most glaring need by adding Jeremiah Attaochu to help their edge-rushing efforts. Read more.