As NFL teams continue to strengthen their roster through ahead of the upcoming season, we take a look at the best free agent moves made by franchises in the 2021 free agency market
A highly underrated wide receiver, Kenny Golladay was signed by the New York Giants to a four-year $72 million deal. The pricetag may be heavy but the Giants add to their ranks 2019's leader is receiving touchdowns.
The New England Patriots have thoroughly missed the presence of an imposing tight end following the departure of Rob Gronkowski. Former Titans TE Jonnu Smith has been roped in to four-year, $50 million deal to address that very issue.
Formerly a part of the LA Rams, Safety John Johnson III was a key part of the league's most dominant defensive unit. Now signing with the Cleveland Browns, the franchise has got itself a leader on defense.
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The Kansas City Chiefs went big by signing OG Joe Thuney to a five-year, $80 million deal. The investment though is to better protect QB Patrick Mahomes. Something we believe will pay off with this deal.
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Not a new signing, rather a resigning, the Dallas Cowboys locked in QB Dak Prescott to a four-year, $160 million. That's franchise quarterback money. And money we believe is well deserved by Prescott.