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NFL rumours: Mitch Trubisky to Steelers; Browns release Jarvis Landry; Cardinals re-sign James Conner | Free agency LIVE UPDATES

And we’re off.

NFL free agency begins Monday with the tampering period, during which teams can start negotiating with players.

They can put pen to paper on Wednesday beginning at 4 pm ET when the new league year begins.


Seahawks re-sign Diggs

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: the #Seahawks have agreed to terms with one of their: Safety Quandre Diggs gets a 3-year deal worth $40M, source said. Seattle retains a key defender.

Trubisky to Steelers

NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo: the #Steelers have reached agreement on a two-year deal with QB Mitchell Trubisky, sources say. The former No. 2 overall pick heads to Pittsburgh as the expected starter in place of the retired Ben Roethlisberger.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: The #Steelers had been in the mix on Jimmy G with the #49ers, but signing Mitch Trubisky means they are out. the #Colts still have interest in Jimmy Garoppolo.

Cardinals re-sign Conner

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: the #AZCardinals and RB James Conner have agreed to a 3-year extension, source said. The Pro Bowler sticks.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter: Cardinals are giving RB James Conner 3-year, $21 million deal that could grow to a maximum of $25.5 million and includes $13.5M fully guaranteed, per source.

Browns release Landry

ESPN’s Adam Schefter: One more free-agent WR now available: Browns are releasing WR Jarvis Landry, per source. Amari Cooper arriving, Landry departing.

Edmonds to the Dolphins

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport:More #Dolphins signings: They have an agreement on a 2-year deal with RB Chase Edmonds worth $12.6M with $6.1M guaranteed, per @DrewJRosenhaus.

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NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: #Packers star WR Davante Adams has informed the team he won’t play on the franchise tag, and the sides remain far apart on a long-term deal, per sources. It’s all coming to a head. Something has to give.


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Here’s a rundown of the latest rumors and deals:


Buccaneers re-sign Jensen

ESPN’s Adam Schefter: And after bringing back Tom Brady, Buccaneers now bringing back his center Ryan Jensen, per his agent @MikeMcCartney7. Buccaneers are giving center Ryan Jensen a three-year, $39 million contract, per source.

Cowboys re-sign Gallup

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: The #Cowboys are giving WR Michael Gallup a 5-year deal worth $62.5M, source said. A huge deal.

Patriots re-sign McCourty

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: The #Patriots are bringing back DB Devin McCourty on a 1-year worth $9M, source said.

Bills re-sign McKenzie

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: the #Bills and WR Isaiah McKenzie have agreed to terms on a 2-year deal worth a total of $8M, source said.

Cardinals re-sign Ertz

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero: The #Cardinals are finalizing a three-year deal with three-time Pro Bowl TE Zach Ertz, per source. Ertz has thrived since arriving in Arizona, and now stays on a deal that keeps him among the NFL’s top 10 highest-paid tight ends at age 31.

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NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: the #AZCardinals and Pro Bowl TE Zach Ertz have agreed to terms on a 3-year deal worth $31.65M over 3 years, source said. That’s $10.55M APY and $17.5M guaranteed.

Vikings re-sign Cousins

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero: The #Vikings are signing Pro Bowl QB Kirk Cousins ​​to a one-year, $35 million fully guaranteed extension that puts him under contract through 2023, per sources. Cousins ​​gets a raise to $40 million in 2022, $55 million payable by next March and a no-trade clause.

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