The NFL offseason has already (unofficially) began with two huge QB trades, and now we are starting to see the first wave of re-signings and players agreeing to terms with new teams.

Here are some of the biggest ones from this past week:


Washington Football Team uses franchise tag on star G, Brandon Scherff

Titans trade 1st round OT Isaiah Wilson to Miami

Dallas reaches long term deal with QB Dak Prescott


New England trades for OT Trent Brown, NE and LV swap 2022 picks.

Bucs use franchise tag to keep Chris Godwin

Hunter Henry, Aaron Jones, and Kenny Golladay don’t get tagged. Will hit open market on March 17th.

Bucs resign LB Lavonte David for 2-years, $25M


Vikings release OT Riley Reiff, save $11.75 M

Kyle Van Noy cut by Miami

NYG let go of G, Kevin Zeitler to free up $14.5M


Kansas City releases both starting OTs, Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz

Texans sign free agent RB, Mark Ingram to a 1-year, $3M deal

Buffalo extends LB Matt Milano with 4-year, $44M contract

Kickers Cairo Santos (Chicago), Younghoe Koo (Atlanta) resign with respective teams


New England brings back former MVP quarterback Cam Newton with a 1-year $14 million deal.

Arizona re-signs DB Robert Alford

Houston signs FA linebacker Christian Kirksey to 1-year, $4.5M deal

Tom Brady signs cap-friendly, 4 year extension with Tampa Bay