NFL free agency is off and running. Like crappy movies, the deals came fast and furious on Tuesday. And that means the sequel on Wednesday will be even faster and furiouser. I tried to compile the most complete list possible using information gathered from ESPN and Pro Football Talk.
I was disappointed to see the Ravens resign Marshall Yanda as he was high on my Raider wishlist. The move was not unexpected though. The Jags made a big splash with Paul Poslusnzy. This either means that Kirk Morrison won't be returning or the Jags are switching to a 3-4. They have solid personnel for a 3-4. Remember that teams and players cannot actually put ink to these contracts until Friday. So some of these may change.
Check out the list after the jump....
Tight End Jeff King
Guard Marshall Yanda agreed to a five-year, $32 million contract, including $21 million in the first three year.
Quarterback Tyler Thigpen agreed to three-year deal.
Defensive end Charles Johnson agreed to six-year, $76 million deal, including $32 million guaranteed.
Tackle Doug Free agreed to a four-year, $32 million contract, including $17 million guaranteed.
Kicker Dave Rayner agreed to a one-year contract.
Defensive lineman Damione Lewis agreed to a one-year contract.
Linebacker Paul Poslusnzy agreed to a six-year, $42 million contract.
Kansas City Chiefs
Center Casey Wiegmann agreed to a one-year $2.25 million contract.
Wide Reciever Devin Aromashodu agreed to a one-year contract.
New York Giants
Offensive Guard Kevin Boothe
Defensive End Jarvis Moss agreed to a one-year $1.25 million dollar contract.
New York Jets
Offensive Tackle Wayne Hunter agreed to a four-year contract.
Cornerback Ike Taylor agreed to a four-year contract.
San Diego Chargers
Linebacker Takeo Spikes agreed to a three-year contract.
Tackle Jeromy Clary agreed to a four-year, $20 million contract, including $8.5 million in 2011 pay.
Tight end Randy McMichael agreed to a one-year contract.
San Francisco 49ers
Quarterback Alex Smith agreed to a one-year contract.
Wide receiver Santana Moss agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract, including $6 million guaranteed. (7/27)
Defensive tackle Barry Cofield agreed to terms on a six-year deal worth $12.5 million.