With big names such as Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Stefon Diggs learning new schemes with new teams, canceled workouts could be felt in the fall.
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The top of the free-agent class didn't move the market. Teams got conservative at cornerback and wide receiver. Here's what you should take away.
Tom Brady is a Buccaneer. DeAndre Hopkins is a Cardinal. And Cam Newton is still looking for a new home. NFL free agency in 2020 has been a wild ride so far, all while the uncertainty of this sports hiatus plays out in the background. ESPN NFL Insider Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected team decisions in the offseason, and the successes and failures in team deals so far.
The Chiefs are still on top, while the additions of DeAndre Hopkins and Tom Brady have their new teams on the rise.
The Cardinals are bringing back Marcus Gilbert, agreeing to a one-year deal with the offensive tackle after a season lost to a torn ACL just before Week 1.
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms on one-year deals with offensive lineman Max Garcia and safety Charles Washington.
Kenyan Drake, who established himself as the Cardinals' starting running back after his trade from the Dolphins last season, has signed a one-year tender for $8.4 million.
Linebacker De'Vondre Campbell, who led the Falcons with 129 tackles last season while adding 2 sacks and 2 interceptions, has reached a deal with the Cardinals, his agent told ESPN.
Dak Prescott is set for a big future payday, the Browns attacked areas of need and the Patriots are left in a post-Brady world. Here are the highs and lows of free agency.
The Jaguars have reached agreement on a three-year deal with former Cardinals defensive lineman Rodney Gunter, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Pass-rushing linebacker Devon Kennard agrees to a 3-year deal with the Cardinals one day after being released by the Lions.
DeAndre Hopkins denied comments made by Michael Irvin that the All-Pro receiver's relationship with Texans coach Bill O'Brien had deteriorated prior to his trade to the Cardinals.
Jordan Phillips, who had a career-high 9.5 sacks for the Bills last season, has reached a three-year, $30 million deal with the Cardinals, a source told ESPN.
(Note: we published our show today before Tom Brady announced he's leaving the Patriots. More to come on that!)NFL free agency has kicked off with a bang, with the biggest deal so far sending Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals in return for RB David Johnson. Teams across the league have been using franchise tags on players, signing free agents and conducting trades throughout the past few days, getting even more attention than usual as most sports are suspended. ESPN's Bill Barnwell tracks the most dramatic storylines.