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2021 Free Agency Frenzy: Live tracker for deals NFL wide

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The NFL offseason has been in full swing for several weeks, even in the absence of the traditional NFL Combine in Indianapolis earlier this year. Starting Monday at Noon New York Time, NFL teams and agents can begin to discuss the opportunities available for 2021 for those players whose contracts are set to expire at 4 PM New York Time Monday.

The Seattle Seahawks, of course, are in the position of having several unsigned starters from the 2020 season set to hit the market, including Chris Carson, Ethan Pocic, Shaquill Griffin and others. Add in the demands from Russell Wilson for the team to add superstars, particularly on the offensive line since he is tired of getting hit, while the front office has a history of adding the opposite of superstars to the offensive line in free agency.

There will be two types of reports emerging in the coming days. The first will be regarding those players who have been released as cap cuts since the end of the 2020 season. Those players are street free agents and are able to sign with a team and formalize their contracts immediately. The second set of reports will be regarding those players whose contract expire at 4:00 New York Time Wednesday, and those reports will be regarding agreements reached on contracts that will be formally signed and executed during the latter part of the week.

March 16

The Chiefs are keeping one of their own.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have added defensive end Jihad Ward.

The Cincinnati Bengals are adding Chidobe Awuzie.

The New England Patriots continued on the signing spree they began on Monday by adding Hunter Henry.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are also retaining Sidney Jones.

March 15

The New England Patriots are signing former Titans TE Jonnu Smith to a 4-year, $50 million deal

The Baltimore Ravens started early Monday morning, taking one of the top free agent guards off the market.

On the subject of guards who had been cut, one name that had been expected to be released, Andrew Norwell, reworked his contract and will be staying with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Those announcements come on the heels of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday agreeing to a three-year extension with Jon Feliciano.

The Arizona Cardinals have retained Markus Golden.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are retaining Shaq Barrett, one of the top EDGE rushers who had been set to hit the market.

The Detroit Lions also retained their own pass rusher, with Romeo Okwara agreeing to a three year contract.

The Carolina Panthers have added offensive lineman Pat Elflein.

And the New England Patriots have broken the hearts of Seattle fans who were hoping to add tight end Jonnu Smith.

It appears Cam Erving will also be joining the Carolina Panthers.

And the Houston Texans have added WR Andre Roberts.

The San Francisco 49ers are bringing back Jason Verrett.

And the Patriots snag another top free agent, grabbing Matthew Judon.

Continuing their busy day, the Patriots have added former Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Jalen Mills.

The New York Jets have given new head coach Robert Saleh a linebacker for his defense to pair with C.J. Mosly.

It appears as though reports regarding the demise of the offensive line of the Kansas City Chiefs may have been premature.

And the Los Angeles Rams have now lost safety John Johnson to the Cleveland Browns.

It appears as though Corey Linsley will not be signing in Seattle.

And the Texans have now added Maliek Collins to their defensive line from the Dallas Cowboys.