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Free Agency Tracker: Tuesday deals from across the NFL

Kansas City Chiefs v Tennessee Titans Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

The legal tampering period of the NFL offseason kicked off on Monday with an absolute tidal wave of news. The vote on the proposed CBA combined with the delayed deadline for teams to franchise tag their players resulted in a tsunami of news, and while things are a little slower so far on Tuesday, it’s shaping up to be another busy day.

Tom Brady and the offseason of will they or won’t they break up between he and the New England Patriots got the day started, with Brady posting a goodbye to fans on social media, and news has continued flowing since.

The Miami Dolphins kept up with their spending spree in free agency, agreeing to terms with Emmanuel Ogbah.

The Carolina Panthers have given Cam Newton and his agents permission to seek a trade.

Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints reached agreement on a contract extension.

Jordan Phillips will leave the Buffalo Bills to join the Arizona Cardinals.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Tyler Matakevich is signing with the Buffalo Bills.

Chicago Bears quarterback Chase Daniel will take his talents of being paid for not playing to be the backup for Detroit Lions.

The Bears created some salary cap space by releasing Leonard Floyd, and didn’t waste any time putting that space to use, adding Robert Quinn from the Dallas Cowboys.

In addition, former Los Angeles Rams linebacker Cory Littleton will be taking his skills up I-15 to play for the Las Vegas Raiders.

With the Brady news early, other quarterbacks seems to be falling into place. Specifically, Philip Rivers is reportedly close to signing with the Indianapolis Colts and Teddy Bridgewater appears likely to sign with the Carolina Panthers.

The Giants reached an agreement with former Packers EDGE Kyler Fackrell, who took a visit to the Seahawks last year.

D.J. Reader, one of the league’s best nose tackles, is headed to the Bengals on a big-money deal.

Tom Brady will have a new home in 2020.