NFL 2024 free agency: Kirk Cousins ​​to Falcons, Christian Wilkins to Raiders and more news, reports, rumors

NFL free agency is here! Stay up to date with Yahoo Sports and learn everything you need to know right here.

Hypothetical Reaction to NFL Free Agency

What do all the moves mean from a fantasy perspective? Here's their live reactions from Yahoo Sports' fantasy experts.

When does the period of 'lawlessness' begin?

The NFL's “correction” period begins today at noon ET and ends Wednesday, March 13 at 4 p.m. ET. During this 52-hour window, teams are allowed to contact and negotiate contracts with players' certified agents who operate free of charge. Agents in the new league year.

Players not represented by NFLPA certified contract counsel are permitted to communicate with teams' front office officials regarding contract negotiations, but No The head coach or other members of the coaching staff.

When does NFL free agency start?

NFL free agency begins Wednesday, March 13 at 4 p.m. ET, marking the start of the NFL's new league year.

No contracts are allowed to be signed until free agency officially begins.

Who are the best free agents?

Check out Yahoo Sports NFL writer Frank Schwab's top 25 NFL free agents here.

Check out Schwab's top five free agents at each position here.

What is the NFL salary cap this season?

The salary cap is $255.4 million, a $30 million increase from 2023. Here's Yahoo Sports' Jory Epstein with an overview of the jump.

How much cap space does each team have and what are their needs?

Check out our team-by-team NFL offseason primers on what affects each franchise's cap situation and where they should spend their money.

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Which players received an NFL franchise tag?

Dee Higgins, Cincinnati Bengals WR; L'Jarius Sneed, Kansas City Chiefs CB; Brian Burns, Carolina Panthers edge; Justin Madupuike, Baltimore Ravens TD; Antoine Winfield, Tampa Bay Buccaneers S; Josh Allen, Jacksonville Jaguars edge; Jaylen Johnson, Chicago Bears CB; and Michael Pittman Jr., Indianapolis Colts WR

long live117 updates

  • Lions trade for Bucs CB Carlton Davis

    Detroit didn't finish loading up the defense

  • Lions move for NFC North pass rusher

  • The Browns make another move on the D-line

  • Here's the Za'Darius Smith contract money:

  • Report: Former Patriots LB Mack Wilson agrees to 3-year deal with Cardinals

  • Browns re-sign DE Za'Darius Smith

  • TD Justin Jones has reportedly signed a 3-year, $30.1M contract with the Cardinals

  • Report: Pass rusher A.J. Bills to bring back Ebenesa

  • LB Frankie Luvu has reportedly signed a 3-year contract with the Chiefs

  • Report: Chargers sign TE Will Disley

  • The Bucs are reportedly bringing back DL Greg Gaines

  • Brian Giants Burns?

    We may be nearing a resolution with star pass rusher Brian Burns, who was franchise-tagged by the Panthers.

  • The Dolphins reportedly have a deal in place to return OT Teron Armstead

  • Report: Titans sign CB away from Bengals

  • Will Lutz hits the Jaguars with a steel chair and decides to return to the Broncos instead.

    Lutz previously agreed to terms with Jacksonville. Then he changed his mind. BAH GAWD

  • Is Will Lutz really in Denver?

    Earlier today it was reported that kicker Will Lutz was signing with the Jaguars.

    Now the Denver Gazette says he's staying with the Broncos.

    Kicker drama

  • One of the conference finalists is finally moving out

    Chiefs Chris Jones and the Ravens re-signed Justin Madubuk, but the 49ers reportedly signed Leonard Floyd, who played for the Bills last season.

  • 'Max Crosby is very angry' – Gardner Minshew

  • Report: Devin DuVernay leaves Ravens for Jaguars

  • Gardner receives $25M from Minshoe Raiders, including $15M guaranteed

    Long, flowing locks are paid for.

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