Reports At Unofficial Start Of Free Agency

While impending free agents aren’t able to officially sign with a new team until the 2024 NFL season starts Wednesday, the legal tampering window has served as the unofficial start to the new year.

NFL teams are able to start negotiating with impending free agents as of noon ET on Monday. Players can agree to terms and agree to sign with teams, but all signings won’t be made official until Wednesday.

In an effort to keep your NFL news in one place, rather than jumping back and forth to various social media accounts, we’re going to track the latest rumors and reports here.

The New England Patriots, specifically, already got started in free agency by re-signing tight end Hunter Henry and wide receiver Kendrick Bourne, according to multiple reports. New England on Friday agreed to retain Henry on a three-year deal before retaining Bourne on a reported three-year deal Sunday night.

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Other teams have done the same with their key free agents, like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers retaining Baker Mayfield, the Houston Texans bringing back tight end Dalton Schultz and more.

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