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Free Agency Tracker: Deals from across the NFL in the new league year

Jacksonville Jaguars v Atlanta Falcons Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images

After two days of the absurdly titled legal tampering period, NFL free agency officially opens on Wednesday. The new league years begin at 1 PM PST, meaning all options and tenders must be exercised prior to then. Moves can become official as of then, so we should expect a flurry of transactions over the course of the next several days.

Former Husky Danny Shelton, previously of the Browns and Patriots, signed a two-year deal with the Lions.

Speaking of the Lions, Alex Karras’ great nephew Ted signed with the Dolphins, a year after being forced into starting action with the Patriots.

The Panthers released Eric Reid, 13 months after signing him to a three-year extension.

Minshew Mania is on in Jacksonville, as the Jaguars traded Nick Foles to the Bears in exchange for a fourth-round pick.

Patriots mid-west continues, as the Lions have acquired ex-New England safety Duron Harmon.

The Titans traded Jerrell Casey to the Broncos in exchange for a seventh-round pick. Tennessee, who has previously been connected to Jadeveon Clowney, saved over $10 million in cap space in the trade.

The Chargers signed former Vikings nose tackle Linval Joseph to a two-year deal.

Los Angeles is reportedly out of the Cam Newton/Andy Dalton/Jameis Winston sweepstakes, and will move forward with Tyrod Taylor (and perhaps a rookie) in 2020.

One of the best pass rushers left on the market is no longer available. Dante Fowler Jr. will reunite with Dan Quinn in Atlanta and sign with the Falcons.

The Rams were quick to replace Dante Fowler Jr., adding the recently released Leonard Floyd on a one-year deal.

Another one of the top defenders left on the market has been signed, as Josina Anderson reports Chris Harris and the Chargers have come to an agreement.

The Rams are bringing back 38-year-old left tackle Andrew Whitworth on a three-year deal.

After his release from the Falcons, Desmond Trufant has a new home. The former Husky signed a deal with the Lions.

Former Seahawk J.D. McKissic, who was not tendered by Detroit earlier Wednesday, signed a deal with Washington.

Finally, the Eagles have found the number-one cornerback they have long sought. In a trade with the Lions, Philadelphia acquired Darius Slay in exchange for third- and fifth-round picks.

Cincinnati has continued adding pieces. This time it’s nickelback Mackensie Alexander, who signs on a one-year deal.

We should expect a ton of official signings on Thursday, according to this tweet from the Jaguars’ director of P.R.

The Broncos made it official on Thursday, waiving Joe Flacco with a failed physical designation.

The 49ers released a member of their Super Bowl team from 2019, with guard Mike Person getting cut. Person was previously on the Seahawks.

Shortly after Person’s release, San Francisco landed his replacement in Tom Compton.

The Browns continued their savvy business, landing former Bengal Andrew Billings on a one-year deal worth $3.5 million.

Arizona continued to bolster their defense, signing former Falcons linebacker De’Vondre Campbell to a one-year deal.

The Rams released a pair of well known players on Thursday, cutting ties with Todd Gurley and Clay Matthews.

Todd Gurley did not need much time to find a new home, however, as the Atlanta Falcons have announced they called dibs.

Melvin Gordon has a new home. The former Wisconsin tailback is staying in the AFC West, heading to the Broncos on a two-year deal.

Eric Ebron is on the move again, this time to Pittsburgh as the former first-round pick signed a two-year deal with the Steelers.