The free agent quarterback market is looking clearer after Cousins, Brees and Keenum agree to deals.
While NFL free agency doesn't officially begin until the league's new year starts today at 4 p.m. rumors and news are beginning to flow regarding some big names.
Tuesday saw the quarterback dominos fall in a big way. Kirk Cousins is headed to Minnesota, Case Keenum to Denver and Sam Bradford to Arizona. The free-agent market's best running back, Dion Lewis, is also off the board, as he'll sign a four-year deal with the Titans.
The Packers released three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver and an Aaron Rodgers favorite, Jordy Nelson, after he spent ten seasons with the team.
It's a reminder that anything can happen in the NFL, and that virtually any player can be moved at any time.
Here is all the latest news, buzz and rumors as clubs start building for next season.
• The Broncos and Vikings are finalizing a trade for quarterback Trevor Siemian. The Broncos will send Siemian and a 2018 late-round pick to the Vikings for a 2019 draft pick (ESPN.com)
• The Browns are expected to sign former San Francisco 49ers running Carlos Hyde to a three-year deal worth more than $15 million. Hyde led the 49ers in rushing in each of the last three seasons. (NFL.com)
• The New York Giants are expected to sign former Patriots tackle Nate Solder. Solder signs a four-year deal worth $62 million, with $35 million guaranteed, making him the highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL. (NFL.com)
• Michael Bennett will restructure his contract after being traded to the Eagles. Bennett will receive a $1.725 million signing bonus, and can earn up to $4 million in incentives. (ESPN.com)
• Running back Jerrick McKinnon to sign a four-year deal worth $30 million with the 49ers. (ESPN.com)
• The Eagles are re–signing linebacker Nigel Bradham to a five-year, $40 million deal. Bradham led the Eagles in tackles last season. (ESPN.com)
• Backup quarterback Chase Daniel is expected to sign a 2-year deal worth $10 million with the Bears. (NFL.com)
• Tight end Darren Fells will sign with the Browns for $12 million over three years. Fells played last season with the Arizona Cardinals. (NFL.com)
• Free agent cornerback DJ Hayden expected to sign with the Jaguars for $19 million over three years. (SiriusXM Radio)
• The Dolphins restructure the contract of safety Reshad Jones. Jones will earn $970,000 in 2018, and will get a $4.05 million signing bonus. The moves creates more than $6 million in salary cap space. (ESPN.com)
• The Titans will sign former Patriots running back Dion Lewis to a four-year deal. (ESPN.com)
• The New York Jets are expected to sign former Titans linebacker Avery Williamson. Williamson will receive $22.5 million ver three years, including $16 million in guarantees. (NFL.com)
• The Ravens are releasing Jeremy Maclin. (ESPN)
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• Tyrann Mathieu is being released by the Cardinals. (Fox Sports)
• Jordy Nelson has visits scheduled with the Raiders, Seahawks and Saints. (ESPN)
• The Falcons want to sign Matt Ryan to a six-year extension worth between $180 million and $190 million. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
• DeMarco Murray is visiting the Seahawks. (NFL.com)
• Former Texans quarterback Tom Savage is signing with the Saints. (NFL.com)
• Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill restructured his contract so instead of a base salary of $17.475 million, his base salary will be the veteran minimum and he will get a $16.75 million signing bonus. (NFL.com)
• The Patriots and running back Rex Burkhead agreed to a three-year deal. (NFL.com)
• The Falcons signed offensive lineman Brandon Fusco to a three-year, $12.75 million deal. (NFL.com)
• Wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas turned down an additional $1.5 million from another team to stay with the Chiefs. (NFL.com)
• The Titans signed defensive end DaQuan Jones to a three-year, $21 million deal with $14 million guaranteed. (NFL.com)
• The Broncos agreed to terms on a three-year deal with linebacker Todd Davis. (ESPN)
• The Bills have agreed to a two-year deal with former Bengals quarterback A.J. McCarron. (Official)