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The Chiefs are still on top, while the additions of DeAndre Hopkins and Tom Brady have their new teams on the rise.
The Buccaneers struck gold on an inexpensive deal with Shaq Barrett in 2019. What are the bargain deals this year that the numbers say could pay off big time?
Free agent defensive tackle Daniel Ross has agreed to a contract with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Ryan Tannehill's breakout paid off -- big time. The 49ers broke their own rule in re-signing Arik Armstead. These are the details you should know.
A construction worker at the Raiders' new Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas is self-isolating after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Marcus Mariota said he has no confusion over who is the Raiders' starting quarterback: "This is Derek's team, and I understand that."
Wide receiver Nelson Agholor, who struggled to find consistency in his five seasons with the Eagles, has reached a one-year deal with the Raiders, a source told ESPN.
Eli Apple, who has shown both great potential and inconsistency while starting 51 games over his four-year career with the Giants and Saints, has reached a deal with the Raiders.
Versatile linebacker Carl Nassib has agreed to a deal with the Las Vegas Raiders, ESPN's Paul Gutierrez confirmed.
Maliek Collins will reunite with former Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli, who now coaches for the Raiders.
Jason Witten, the longest-tenured player in Cowboys history, has agreed to a 1-year deal with the Raiders, according to sources.
The Raiders added another linebacker in free agency, agreeing to terms with former Pro Bowler Cory Littleton on a three-year deal, sources 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.
Former Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota has agreed to a deal with the Raiders, a source confirmed to ESPN.
The former Bears inside linebacker enjoyed a breakout season in 2019 with 76 tackles, 3 sacks and an interception in eight starts.