NFL free agency couldn't have come at a better time as we are all thirsty for sports news. As usual, the action is fast and furious right from the get go, and we are already seeing player movement and the league year hasn't even started yet. Be sure to keep tabs here for all of the latest signings and the analysis on the signing. This week will be like Christmas morning for NFL fans, and there is sure to be plenty of action! 

                                                                                                                                                                               
Pos  Player Old Team New Team StatsRelated PlayersBreakDown
QB Dak Prescott Dallas CowboysDallas Cowboysfranchise tagEzekiel Elliott, Michael GallupThis should come as no surprise. The Cowboys have been working on a long term deal with Prescott, and this gives them plenty more time to get it done.
QB Ryan Tannehill Tennessee TitansTennessee Titans4 years, $118 millionDerrick Henry, A.J. Brown, Delanie WalkerTannehill took control of the Titans offense, and helped bring them to the AFC Championship. He will never be confused with the elite guys at the position, but he played really well and only threw six interceptions in 12 games. He will be a high level QB2 in 2020.
TE Austin Hooper Atlanta FalconsCleveland Browns4 years, $44 millionDavid Njoku, Baker Mayfield, Jarvis LandryHooper has cemented himself as one of the top tight ends in the game. He now goes to a team that hasn't focused on the tight end in the past couple of years, but also didn't have anyone near his caliber. The Browns massively underachieved last year, and Hooper hopes to be the piece to get the offense clicking. There were better landing places for him, but he is still likely a top five to seven tight end in 2020
RB Derrick Henry Tennessee TitansTennessee Titansfranchise tagRyan Tannehill, Dion LewisHenry drove the Titans to the playoffs and the AFC Championship basically singlehandedly. He is an absolute beast and you can see defensive backs try to decide if they want to tackle him or not. With the quarterback situation locked up in Tennessee, Henry should be an early first round pick in 2020 fantasy football drafts.
WR A.J. Green Cincinnati BengalsCincinnati Bengalsfranchise tagTyler Boyd, John RossPoor A.J. Green. The Bengals have been the armpit of the league for a while now, and although they are almost sure to draft Joe Burrow next month, there is no guarantee that he will succeed. Green missed all of last season with an injury and clearly wants out of Cincinnati. Once a top five receiver in fantasy football, age, injuries, and offensive situation have made Green a WR2 at best
LB Bud Dupree Pittsburgh SteelersPittsburgh Steelersfranchise tagT.J. Watt, Vince WilliamsDupree has been one of the stars of the Steelers defense for a couple of years now, and had his best season in 2019. He and the Steelers are still working on a long term deal, which Pittsburgh would be smart to do. With nearly 70 total tackles, 11.5 sacks, and four forced fumbles, Dupree is a great guy in IDP leagues.
DL Chris Jones Kansas City ChiefsKansas City Chiefsfranchise tagDerrick Nnandi, Frank ClarkJones is a nice source of sacks on a Chiefs defense that improved a little each week en route to winning the Super Bowl. He will be counted on again to be a quarterback disrupter in 2020.
OT Ereck Flowers Washington Football TeamMiami Dolphins3 years, $30 millionJesse Davis, Julie'n Davenport, Patrick Laird, Ryan TannehillThis one is a head scratcher as Flowers has been viewed as a bust throughout his career, but the Dolphins just wrote him a big check. Miami's line was terrible last season, and Flowers is an upgrade, but not much of one. This doesn't boost the value of whoever is running the ball for the Dolphins next season much at all.
LB Jason Pierre-Paul Tampa Bay BuccaneersTampa Bay Buccaneers2 years, $27 millionNdamukong, suh, Vita VeaPierre-Paul has had at least eight sacks in three straight seasons, and has come back well from that unfortunate fireworks accident. He will remain a stalwart on the Bucs defense and is a threat to get ten sacks in any season
DB Justin Simmons Denver BroncosDenver Broncosfranchise tagKareem Jackson, Chris HarrisSimmons had nearly 90 total tackles last season with four interceptions, and 15 pass defenses. He was one of the highest rated safeties in football, and is a great choice in IDP leagues.
TE Hunter Henry Los Angeles ChargersLos Angeles Chargersfranchise tagVirgil GreenHenry has yet to play a full season, but he has never missed more than four games. He is one of the better fantasy tight ends. He is a great red zone target, and his value will come down to who is at quarterback for the Chargers in 2020.
OG Joe Thuney New England PatriotsNew England Patriotsfranchise tagTom Brady, Sony Michel, James White, Thuney has been one of the more complete offensive linemen since coming into the league and has been among the best at his position. He hasn't allowed a sack in two years, and will be even more important if the team brings back an immobile Tom Brady.
LB Shaquil Barrett Tampa Bay BuccaneersTampa Bay Buccaneersfranchise tagCarl Nassib, Devin WhiteBarrett had career highs across the board last season, and in fact had more sacks in 2019 than he had in his entire career combined before that point. Tampa's young defense will really need him to repeat his success if they are going to improve in 2020. Barrett is a stud for IDP leagues.
DB Anthony Harris Minnesota VikingsMinnesota Vikingsfranchise tagHarrison Smith, Trae WaynesThe Vikings are not in a great salary cap position, and have released Xavier Rhodes. Harris had six interceptions, but two came in the same game and he isn't a high level IDP guy
OG Anthony Castonzo Indianapolis ColtsIndianapolis Coltsfranchise tagjacoby Brissett, Marlon Mack, Nyheim HinesCastonzo is one of the best offensive lineman in the game, and makes up the strength of the team. He helped lead the Colts to a respectable offense considering their franchise quarterback retired during the preseason. This signing is a huge boost Marlon Mack and whoever is at quarterback
DL Yannick Ngakoue Jacksonville JaguarsJacksonville Jaguarsfranchise tagAbry Jones, Josh AllenNgakoue is a very solid pass rusher but isn't likely to stay in Jacksonville long. The Jags seem to be basically purging most of their talent in what seems like a rebuild, so if Ngakoue was in a tag and trade that shouldn't be a surprise
DL Arik Armstead San Francisco 49ersSan Francisco 49ers5 yeares, $85 millionDee Ford, Nick Bosa, Sheldon DayArmstead finally had the big season that the 49ers were hoping for when they drafted him 17th overall in 2015. Armstead has freakishly long arms and was a terror to quarterbacks with Nick Bosa. He should continue to improve under Defensive Coordinator Robert Saleh.
OG Brandon Scherff Washington Football TeamWashington Football Teamfranchise tagDwayne Haskins, Derrius GuiceScherff is one of the best in the business and was one of the few bright spots for the Redskins. You have to give some credit to the line that made Adrian Peterson continue to look good, and helped Dwayne Haskins down the stretch. He will be a big part of the offenses hopeful improvement in 2020.
RB Kenyan Drake Arizona CardinalsArizona Cardinalstransition tagKyler Murray, Chase EdmondsDrake burst on the scene after his trade from Miami midseason and looked like a whole new player in Arizona. He ran with a burst, and was a great pass catcher out of the backfield. With Kyler Murray getting more comfortable and the departure of David Johnson, this is Drake's backfield in 2020.
DL Leonard Williams New York GiantsNew York Giantsfranchise tagDalvin Tomlinson, Dexter LawrenceThe Giants really had no choice after trading for Williams at the deadline in 2019. GM Dave Gettleman would have looked stupid for trading a third round pick for a rental player when they had no hope for competing. Williams isn't a high impact player, but will be paid like one nonetheless
DB Devin McCourty New England PatriotsNew England Patriots2 years, $23 millionJason McCourty, Patrick Chung, Stephon GilmoreMcCourty was a big part of one of the best pass defenses in recent memory in 2019. The Pats bring him back for two years as he is probably on the downside of his career. He is still an elite performer, and will be great again in the coming season.
LB Matt Judon Baltimore RavensBaltimore Ravensfranchise tagTyus Bowser, Patrick OnwuasorJudon broke out in 2019 with nine sacks and four forced fumbles on a Baltimore defense that was unstoppable in the second half of the season. The Ravens defense has gotten even better in the offseason adding Calais Campbell and that could make it easier for Judon to get to the quarterback even more in 2020.
QB Case Keenum Washington Football TeamCleveland Browns3 years, $18 millionBaker Mayfield, Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry, Austin HooperKeenum goes to Cleveland to be the backup to Baker Mayfield so really won't come into fantasy consideration without injury. Keenum is far from great, but at least is good enough that the fantasy value of the skill players won't be shot if Keenum does come in at quarterback.
OT Halapoulivaati Vaitai Philadelphia EaglesDetroit Lions5 years, $50 millionMatthew Stafford, Taylor Decker, Kerryon JohnsonVaitai gets a big deal to protect Matthew Stafford and help spring Kerryon Johnson. A fifth round pick in 2016, Vaitai is far from an elite option at tackle, but he is very solid. This should help the Lions offense be a little better in 2020.
OT Jack Conklin Tennessee TitansCleveland Browns3 years, $42 millionBaker Mayfield, Kareem Hunt, Nick Chubb, Chris HubbardThis is a huge get for the Browns as Conklin will definitely help their offensive line. He is a great pass protector and run blocker, and the Browns offense continues to look like it should be really good in 2020.
OG Graham Glasgow Detroit LionsDenver Broncos4 years, $44 millionDrew Lock, Phillip Lindsay, Royce FreemanGlasgow played guard last year, but could easily play center as well. The lineman goes to a team where he will need to protect a young quarterback on a team that likes to run. This should seriously bolster Denver's attack in 2020.
QB Tom Brady New England PatriotsTampa Bay Buccaneers2 years, $60 millionChris Godwin, Mike EvansBrady looked horrible at the end of last season, so he will need to be much better in 2020 to have the impact to match the hype this signing is getting. Unless they draft someone, Tampa doesn't have much of a running game but Mike Evans and Chris Godwin will be the two best receivers Brady has played with in a long time. Throw in OJ Howard if they stop refusing to throw to him and this offense could be good
QB Drew Brees New Orleans SaintsNew Orleans Saints2 years, $50 millionMichael Thomas, Alvin KamaraDuh! Brees had already said he wasn't leaving New Orleans. This was just a formality. He will be back as an elite fantasy option in 2020 and 2021.
DL Jadeveon Clowney Seattle SeahawksUnsigned
WR Amari Cooper Dallas CowboysDallas Cowboys5 years, $100 millionMichael Gallup, Dak PrescottThe Cowboys keep their top receiver and keep him in town for the next five years. Cooper is a definite WR1 in fantasy football in 2020
QB Jameis Winston Tampa Bay BuccaneersNew Orleans Saints1 yearDrew Brees, Taysom HillWell, I guess the 30 interceptions were too much for another team to bear. Winston certainly won't be seeing the field this season barring an injury, and he has to hope that Brees does go down and he can show other teams that he can still play. Perhaps he can be the post-Brees plan in New Orleans, but that seems like a longshot as well
WR Robby Anderson New York JetsCarolina Panthers2 years, $20 millionDJ Moore, Curtis SamuelAnderson became a little more than just a human fly pattern in 2019 and had a solid finish to the season. He will be behind D.J. Moore on the target pecking order, and this isn't a great landing spot for him. He will be a solid WR3 for the 2020 fantasy football season.
WR Emmanuel Sanders San Francisco 49ersNew Orleans Saints2 years, $16 millionDrew Brees, Michael ThomasSanders is a very good possession receiver, but disappeared a lot in the second half of the season. He had a huge game against the Saints, but honestly wasn't a factor in many games this season. He gets a great landing place in New Orleans where the defense focuses on Michael Thomas and Sanders should see a lot of one-on-one coverage.
RB Melvin Gordon Los Angeles ChargersDenver Broncos2 years, $16 millionPhillip Lindsay, Royce FreemanThis one is a bit of a surprise and I am not sure that this helps Gordon's value. This basically ensures a committee of some sort with Phillip Lindsay and hurts both player's values. Gordon is a much better pass catcher than anyone else on the Denver roster, but to me this takes him out of the RB1 discussion and I bet he wishes he took that contract the Chargers were offering him last year.
TE Eric Ebron Indianapolis ColtsPittsburgh Steelers2 years, $12 millionVance McDonaldWell, this certainly puts a pin in the Vance McDonald balloon. Ebron is incredibly inconsistent and his hands aren't very reliable, but he has some talent. He had 13 touchdowns in 2018 and Ben Roethlisberger does like to throw to the tight end. He won't be a top ten tight end, but he has the chance to make a fantasy impact if he can distance himself from McDonald.
DL Ndamukong Suh Tampa Bay BuccaneersTampa Bay Buccaneers1 year, $8 millionVita Vea, Jason Pierre-PaulSuh can be a play disrupter in the middle of the defensive line, but he also brings a lot of baggage with him. He isn't the player he used to be, but this is still a good signing
QB Marcus Mariota Tennessee TitansLas Vegas RaidersDerek CarrThe former second overall pick gets the much needed change of scenery with the Raiders. He will come into camp as the backup, but Carr hasn't done anything to be the no doubt starter. Mariota has failed in the NFL to this point as well, but can move with his legs to create plays. It will be interesting to see how this plays out
RB Jordan Howard Philadelphia EaglesMiami Dolphins2 years, $10 millionPatrick Laird, Kalen BallageHoward isn't anything special, but he is a solid back that the Dolphins can definitely use. He isn't a pass catcher, but he is a great red zone runner and can plod between the tackles with the best of them. He isn't spectacular, but he is a professional running back
QB Philip Rivers Los Angeles ChargersIndianapolis Colts1 year, $25 millionJacoby BrissettThis one makes total sense. The Colts are a great fit for Rivers. They have a great offensive line, a great receiver with T.Y. Hilton and a solid running game. I thought this would be more than a one year deal, but Rivers will be a borderline QB1 in 2020.
RB Carlos Hyde Houston TexansSeattle SeahawksChris Carson, Rashaad Penny, DeeJay DallasHyde's signing means that Rashaad Penny might not be ready to play for quite a while. He will eat into Chris Carson's role some, but Carson is still a strong starting fantasy running back, and Hyde looks to have a serious secondary role. He could vulture some third downs and red zone carries.
WR Breshad Perriman Tampa Bay BuccaneersNew York Jets1 year, $8 millionJamison Crowder, Vyncint SmithPerriman took full advantage of the injuries in Tampa Bay and finished the season as a league winner in many fantasy football leagues. However, he has been a journeyman at best his entire career, and it is hard to believe that this makes him anything more than injury insurance at the end of your fantasy bench.
DB Byron Jones Dallas CowboysMiami Dolphins5 years, $82.5 millionXavien Howard, Nik NeedhamThis is a major signing for the Dolphins as they attempt to revamp their terrible defense. With Xavien Howard, they now have two of the best corners in the league. Jones is an elite level player, and immediately brings legitimacy to this defense.
DB Chris Harris Denver BroncosLos Angeles Chargers2 years, $20 millionCasey Hayward, Michael DavisOne of the best corners in the league leaves Denver but stays in the Division as Harris goes to the Chargers. He is a great cover corner and this is a huge signing for the Lightning Bolts. He and Casey Hayward will form quite the combo
OT Dennis Kelly Tennessee TitansTennessee Titans3 year, $21 millionDerrick Henry, Ryan TannehillThe Titans lose Jack Conklin, but Kelly will take over. He is 30 years old, but hasn't had a regular job in a few years. He is a downgrade from Conklin, and takes a small hit on Derrick Henry's value.
DB James Bradberry Carolina PanthersNew York Giants3 years, $45 millionDeAndre BakerThis is a huge signing for the Giants as their pass defense was borderline on embarrassing last season. Bradberry was one of the top corners in free agency, and GM Dave Gettleman drafted him back in Carolina. This is a great step to making the Giants defense legitimate again.
DL Shaq Lawson Buffalo BillsMiami Dolphins3 years, $30 millionCharles Harris, Jonathan LedbetterLawson wasn't a full-time player for the stout Bills defense last year and still had 6.5 sacks. He goes to Miami where he will expected to have more of an impact. A former first-round pick, Lawson has a chance to be an impact player in 2020.
DL Michael Brockers Los Angeles RamsBaltimore Ravens3 years, $30 millionCalais Campbell, Brandon WilliamsBrockers doesn't light up the scoresheet, but he is a massive guy on the interior of the line and can often take up multiple blockers to let the outside pass rushers get to the quarterback. The Ravens are pulling out all the stops to try to make it to the Super Bowl in 2021.
DB Juston Burris Cleveland BrownsCarolina Panthers2 years, $8 millionTre Boston, Eric ReidBurris didn't even have a full-time job for the Browns, but looks to find that sort of role with the Panthers. He did have a sack and two interceptions in 2019.
TE Jimmy Graham Green Bay PackersChicago Bears2 years, $16 millionTrey Burton, Adam ShaheenGraham is now 33 years old and had very little impact in Green Bay. He now goes to the Bears who have a quarterback situation that is in flux and an offense that doesn't exactly score a lot of points. Matt Nagy was supposed to help tight ends in Chicago, but that never really came to fruition. This isn't a big signing.
DL Javon Hargrave Pittsburgh SteelersPhiladelphia Eagles3 years, $39 millionFletcher Cox, Brandon GrahamHargrave was a very good interior lineman in a Steelers defense that was the only reason that the team had a .500 record in 2019. Hargrave teams with Fletcher Cox to form a solid interior line for the Eagles in 2020.
DB Eric Murray Cleveland BrownsHouston Texans3 years, $20.25 millionTashaun Gipson, Justin ReidMurray was a standout special teamer who also saw some time at corner. He will certainly battle for a starting job with the Texans, but is nowhere near a consistent force in the secondary.
LB Kyle Van Noy New England PatriotsMiami Dolphins4 years, $51 millionJerome Baker, Raekwon McMillanVan Noy reunites with former coach Brian Flores in Miami where he will be asked to play every down. Van Noy is a very adequate run stopper and pass rusher. Van Noy had a career high 6.5 sacks in 2019 and looks to build on that number for the Dolphins.
WR Danny Amendola Detroit LionsDetroit Lions1 year, $5.5 millionT.J. Hockenson, Chris LacyThe Lions slot receiver had a solid year in 2019, but the Lions also were dealing with injuries to Matthew Stafford and T.J. Hockenson. When this offense is healthy and working correctly, Amendola won't be a consistent factor on a weekly basis. He will need an injury or two in order to be on the fantasy radar.
OT George Fant Seattle SeahawksNew York Jets3 years, $30 millionKelvin Beachum, Brandon ShellThe Jets tried to sign a bunch of other linemen but came up short on all of them. They settle for a former Seahawks lineman who averaged starting six games per year in his career. This really isn't an impact signing despite the money in the contract.
LB Jamie Collins New England PatriotsDetroit Lions3 years, $30 millionChristian Jones, Devin KennardA former second round pick of the Patriots, Collins led the team in sacks and he is going to have a big role with the Lions defense. Detroit certainly hopes that reuniting Collins with his former coach in New England Matt Patricia will have him playing motivated. Collins is nearly 31 years old, but could have a nice impact in Detroit.
DL Jarran Reed Seattle SeahawksSeattle Seahawks2 years, $23 millionPoona Ford, Al WoodsReed missed six games with a domestic violence suspension in 2019 and then had just two sacks in the other ten games. Seattle was adamant that they wanted to sign him back and hope for better things from the big interior lineman in 2020.
DB Jimmie Ward San Francisco 49ersSan Francisco 49ers3 years, $28.5 millionEmmanuel Moseley, Richard Sherman, Ahkello WitherspoonWard has dealt with some injury problems in the past but is a big part of the 49ers pass defense that dominated in 2019. He isn't an elite level IDP play for fantasy football, but Ward is one of the better safeties in the league.
LB Blake Martinez Green Bay PackersNew York Giants3 years, $30 millionDavid Mayo, Lorenzo CarterThe Giants get themselves another solid defensive piece to help turn around their terrible 2019 performance. Martinez is a tackle machine as he has 140+ total tackles in three straight seasons. He will anchor the Giants linebacker corps and is a really good fantasy football choice for those who play in IDP leagues.
WR Randall Cobb Dallas CowboysHouston Texans3 years, $27 millionWill Fuller, Kenny Stills, Keke CouteeThis seems like a lot of money for a receiver inching towards 30 that didn't make a huge impact last season. Cobb is a nice slot receiver, but over $9 million a year is a head scratcher. There are some interesting moves coming out of Houston these days as their offense has gotten significantly older in the past 36 hours.
DB Kendall Fuller Kansas City ChiefsWashington Football Team4 years, $40 millionMontae Nicholson, Fabian MoreauThe versatile defensive back from the Super Bowl Champion Chiefs gets a solid deal from the Redskins to fill the gap somewhere. He gets a nice landing spot with Head Coach Ron Rivera and should have a solid impact on the Washington defense.
TE Darren Fells Houston TexansHouston Texans2 years, $7 millionJordan Akins, Jordan ThomasFells is far from the most athletic tight end in the league, but he enjoyed a season with seven touchdowns on just 34 catches. He is a big red zone target but is very touchdown dependent in fantasy football. Staying in Houston keeps his fantasy value the same headed into 2020.
OT D.J. Humphries Arizona CardinalsArizona Cardinals3 years, $45 millionMarcus GilbertThis is a surprising dollar amount. Humphries was much better in 2019, but overall in his career hasn't been great. He will be asked to give Kyler Murray more time to throw the ball in this offense and will need to play better to be worth $15 million a year. The only guess is that Arizona knows the guy and figures they know how to coach him up.
DL Jordan Phillips Buffalo BillsArizona Cardinals3 years, $30 millionCorey Peters, Zack AllenThe Cardinals run defense wasn't so bad last year, but they could not get pressure on the quarterback. Phillips can do both as evidenced by his 9.5 sacks last season. A step in the right direction of Arizona contending in the NFC West next year.
QB Chase Daniel Chicago BearsDetroit Lions3 years, $13.05 millionMatthew Stafford, David BloughThe Lions clearly needed a better backup to Matthew Stafford after the David Blough Experiment. Daniel has now signed about $50 million worth of NFL contracts and has thrown seven career touchdown passes. Let that sink in for a moment.
LB Cory Littleton Los Angeles RamsLas Vegas Raiders3 years, $36 millionNicholas Morrow, Daryl WorleyLittleton cashes in after a huge season with 134 total tackles with 3.5 sacks and two interceptions. He brings some legitimacy to the Raiders defense that struggled mightily last season. A big splash in Vegas.
DL Robert Quinn Dallas CowboysChicago Bears5 years, $70 millionAkiem Hicks, Bilal NicholsQuinn hasn't been the guy that he was years ago for the Rams, but he is still a disruptive pass rusher. The Bears already have a ridiculous defense and this only makes it better.
QB Teddy Bridgewater New Orleans SaintsCarolina Panthers3 years, $60 millionCam Newton, DJ Moore, Curtis SamuelBridgewater gets a chance to be a starting quarterback again after his scary leg injury a few years ago. He was more than adequate starting for the Saints last season and won each game he started. He doesn't throw the long ball well, but still doesn't hurt the value of the Panther skill positions. Bridgewater will be a QB2 for fantasy in 2020.
LB Joe Schobert Cleveland BrownsJacksonville Jaguars5 years, $53.75 millionMyles Jack, Quincy WilliamsSo the Jaguars do have a pulse! While it seemed like everyone was headed one way out of town the Jags come through with a pretty good player. Schobert has three straight years of 100 total tackles with some sacks to boot. He will be heavily relied upon in Jacksonville and will make a nice IDP play in 2020
LB Vic Beasley Atlanta FalconsTennessee Titans1 year, $9.5 millionJurrell CaseyBeasley had been better earlier in his career, but he is still a solid pass rusher. He bounced back in his contract year with 8.5 sacks and looks to be a big part of the Titans defense in 2020.
OT Bryan Bulaga Green Bay PackersLos Angeles Chargers3 years, $30 millionTrent Scott, Austin EkelerHe is over 30 but is showing no signs of slowing down as Bulaga has been a fixture on the Packers offensive line for a while. It remains to be seen who he will be pass blocking for but his signing helps Austin Ekeler a little.
DB Trae Waynes Minnesota VikingsCincinnati Bengals3 years, $42 millionWillia m Jackson, BW WebbWaynes is a versatile corner that can cover on the outside and in the slot. This is a big contract as the Bengals try to get out of the basement of the NFL. He immediately makes them a better defense.
DB Darqueze Dennard Cincinnati BengalsJacksonville JaguarsDJ HaydenThe Jags already have a slot corner, but bring Dennard in anyway. There is a lot of confusion of what the plan is in Jacksonville and this just adds to it.
DL D.J. Reader Houston TexansCincinnati Bengals4 years, $53 millionGeno AtkinsDon't look now but the Bengals are spending money! Reader is one of the better young interior lineman in the league and he now goes to Cincinnati. They still have some work to do but Cincinnati is trending up for the first time in a long time.
DB Tre Boston Carolina PanthersCarolina Panthers3 years, $18 millionEric ReidBoston goes back to Carolina on a nice deal even though the Panthers pass defense wasn't great last season. He didn't break the bank, and likely will just be a decent player again in 2020.
DB Bradley Roby Houston TexansHouston Texans3 years, $36 millionJonathan JosephHouston's pass defense was embarrassingly bad in 2019, but Roby did also miss a chunk of time. He will have to play at a higher level to help the Texans improve, but the way they are making dumb moves, this likely won't help much.
OG Connor McGovern Denver BroncosNew York Jets3 years, $27 millionBrian Winters, Alex LewisThe Jets offensive line was atrocious last season, and while McGovern is better than what they have, that isn't saying much. He is a bit of an improvement but it doesn't vault the Jets offense up a notch.
DB Josh Norman Washington Football TeamBuffalo Bills1 year, $6 millionLevi Wallace, Kevin JohnsonNorman was one of the worst corners in football last year and was benched by the Redskins by the end of the season. He certainly looks to rehab his image as a dominating defensive player and should be better in a Bills defense that will take some pressure off him. His days of being an elite option are over.
DL Gerald McCoy Carolina PanthersDallas Cowboys3 yearsAntwuan Woods, Christian CovingtonThe Cowboys lost some pieces to their defense in free agency, and McCoy is a good addition. He is no young man, but he has consistently gotten after the quarterback his whole career. He is also a decent run stopper, but Dallas will certainly be looking for him to continue his streak of having five or more sacks for the ninth straight year.
LB Carl Nassib Tampa Bay BuccaneersLas Vegas Raiders3 years, $25 millionPJ Hall, Jonathan HankinsNassib has six sacks in each of the last two seasons which is pretty solid for an interior lineman. He has a knack for breaking up the offenses plays and will be a good addition to the Raiders defense in 2020.
TE Jason Witten Dallas CowboysLas Vegas Raiders1 year, $4.75 millionDarren WallerYawn! This is really no big deal, except to Witten who will get paid and of course should get the senior citizen discount on the buffets in Vegas. Darren Waller is the man, and Witten had a minimal impact in Dallas without a star tight end on the roster. Don't fall for knowing the name, Witten isn't an impact fantasy guy.
LB Dante Fowler Los Angeles RamsAtlanta Falcons3 years, $48 millionDeion JonesFowler broke out in a big way with 11.5 sacks and six pass defenses. He was one of the cornerstones of the Rams defense, and now looks for the same role in Atlanta. He is a very solid IDP choice in 2020
OT Andrew Whitworth Los Angeles RamsLos Angeles Rams3 years, $30 millionTodd Gurley, Jared GoffWhitworth is 38 years old but gets a three year deal. He is one of the anchors of the Rams offensive line so there was little doubt they were bringing him back even though he is on the high side of 35
DB Eli Apple New Orleans SaintsLas Vegas RaidersTrayvon MullenApple has never really lived up to being taken tenth overall in the draft in 2016 but he is decent. If he is their top corner though, it will be a long year on the pass defense for the Raiders.
RB Todd Gurley Los Angeles RamsAtlanta Falcons1 year, terms not disclosedIto Smith, Brian HillGurley was a perfect fit for the Falcons who had nothing of relevance on their roster at running back. This gives Gurley a chance to be a three down back again and will be firmly in the RB2 conversation for 2020 fantasy football.
DB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Chicago BearsDallas Cowboys1 year, $4 millionAnthony Brown, Xavier WoodsClinton-Dix has never been an elite talent, but he has always been a solid contributor. It won't make up for the loss of Byron Jones, but he is a nice piece to add to the Cowboys secondary.
WR Nelson Agholor Philadelphia EaglesLas Vegas Raiders1 yearTyrell Williams, Hunter RenfrowAgholor goes from one fairly weak situation to another one with the Raiders. I don't see him having any great impact in Las Vegas and will only be a fantasy option if your team has many injuries during the season.
TE Tyler Eifert Cincinnati BengalsJacksonville Jaguars2 years, $15.5 millionJosh OliverIt is a shame that injuries have derailed Eifert's career. He has a ton of talent, but can't stay on the field. The Bengals kept him pretty healthy last year, but at the cost of him not playing much. If he could somehow stay in one piece he could have an impact, but the risk isn't worth the possible reward.
WR Devin Funchess Indianapolis ColtsGreen Bay Packers1 year, $2.5 millionAllen LazardThe deal is loaded with incentives which could bring it to $6.25M, but Funchess iss going to really need to step up his game if he wants to reach any of them. Last year was an injury plagued season he needs to put behind him but he needs to do more with that big 6-foot-4 frame on contested catches if he is going to become Aaron Rodgers' No. 2 wideout.