National NFL reporters Jeremy Fowler, Dan Graziano and Kevin Seifert are grading every big free-agent signing and trade of the 2022 offseason, including all of the big quarterback moves. They'll grade each move from the team's perspective, using the contract terms, money numbers, player value and age, and history to assess the deal. Because the specific structure of contracts isn't always known when a deal is announced, they might delay grading a move until they know more about the guaranteed money.
We also will have NFL draft analysts Matt Miller and Jordan Reid approach each move from a draft perspective. What does each signing and trade mean for that team's first-round outlook come April, and how do the deals impact where the top prospects might be selected? Taking team needs, positional value on draft boards and what they're hearing from around the NFL, they break down what it all means for the teams' next offseason event: the draft.
Follow along as our experts evaluate and grade each move, with the most recent grades at the top. This piece will continue to be updated, but we've already broken down more than 70 deals.
See: Tracking every move
New Orleans Saints get: Two 2022 first-round picks (Nos. 16 and 19), 2022 sixth-round pick (No. 194)
Philadelphia Eagles get: 2022 first-round pick (No. 18), 2022 third-round pick (No. 101), 2022 seventh-round pick (No. 237), 2023 first-round pick, 2024 second-round pick