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

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

    Fantasy reaction to NFL free agency

    What do all the moves mean from a fantasy perspective? Find out from Yahoo Sports’ fantasy experts with their live reactions right here.

    When does the ‘legal tampering’ period begin?

    The NFL’s “legal tampering” period started Monday at noon ET and ends at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday. During this 52-hour window, teams are allowed to contact and negotiate contracts with the certified agents of players who will become unrestricted free agents in the new league year.

    Players not represented by an NFLPA certified contract adviser are permitted to communicate with teams’ front-office officials regarding contract negotiations, but not the head coach or other members of the coaching staff.

    When does NFL free agency begin?

    NFL free agency begins Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET, which is also the start of the NFL’s new league year.

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

    Who are the top 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’ Jori Epstein with an overarching look at the jump.

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

    Check out our team-by-team NFL offseason primers, which hits on every franchise’s cap situation and where they need to spend the money.

    Live152 updates

    • Browns reportedly signing QB Jameis Winston to 1-year deal

      So long, Flacco Fever in Cleveland. What a run it was.

    • Cowboys make first reported 2024 signing … and it’s a long-snapper

    • Atlanta’s deal with Kirk Cousins made sense for the player and the team. Now the Falcons have a veteran answer at the position and Cousins has another two years of guaranteed money and a wealth of talent around him on offense.

      While the Falcons and Cousins both come out of Monday as winners, there will be a host of other teams and players impacted, too. Among them: The Bears and Justin Fields; the “second tier” draft quarterbacks and the Vikings, Broncos and Raiders; and the Lions and Jared Goff.

      Here’s why.

    • Report: QB Marcus Mariota signing with Commanders on 1-year deal

    • Vikings reportedly signing RB Aaron Jones

      Jones stays in the NFC North, which will allow him to get revenge on the Packers, who released Jones on Monday after seven seasons. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the deal is for one year and $7 million.

    • Bills bringing back DL DaQuan Jones

    • Sam Darnold joins the QB room in Minnesota after Kirk Cousins departs

    • Jets get better insurance policy at backup QB spot

      Tyrod Taylor will be Aaron Rodgers’ backup in the 2024 season, according to an NFL Network report.

    • Protect Bryce Young at all costs.

    • Bengals reportedly changing their backfield

      Out: Joe Mixon after seven seasons in Cincinnati, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

      In: Zack Moss, the former Colt, lands in Cincinnati on a two-year, $8 million deal, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

    • Nice to see Wil Lutz has jokes.

    • Video: Breaking down a day of big deals for free agent RBs

    • Fantasy implications with RB Antonio Gibson headed to New England

    • Could Aaron Jones end up with a division rival after Packers cut ties?

    • One LB in, one LB out for the Browns

    • 49ers continue living on the edge (rushers)

    • Seahawks bringing back key DL Leonard Williams, per reports

      Williams was Yahoo’s No. 3 ranked defensive lineman on the free agent market this season.

      Seahawks traded for him midseason and are keeping him around after a productive stretch.

    • Next franchise QB in New England? Nope, but Brissett is back!

      Jacoby Brissett started his career in New England. Now he’s reportedly coming back on a 1-year, $8 million deal.

      Patriots, of course, still own the No. 3 pick in the draft and are expected to take a QB.

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