The NFL free-agency period has officially ended, and with it the season-ending salary cap situation for the league.
There are plenty of moves to be made, and here’s everything we know.1.
New York Jets are set to start free agency.
They’ve officially locked down quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, safety Mike Jenkins, defensive end Olivier Vernon, and receiver Jace Amaro.
The Jets are the only team in the league to do this, but their cap situation is unclear.2.
Indianapolis Colts are set for free agency as well.
They will be the only club not to make a major free-agent signing this offseason.
They have a cap space of $25.8 million, which will give them a cap number of $32.5 million.3.
Carolina Panthers are set.
They were one of the few teams to make an NFL-record eight picks in the first round, and they are now set to make $14.9 million in salary cap space.4.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not re-sign defensive tackle Jameel McClain, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
McClain has one year remaining on his contract and is set to be an unrestricted free agent.5.
The Cleveland Browns will make no moves at all, according the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The team will be in the market for some offensive line help this offseason, and there are a lot of good ones available, but the Browns will be unable to match any offers in the free-market.6.
San Francisco 49ers are set at defensive end Mario Williams.
The 49ers signed Williams to a five-year, $32 million contract in March, but it is unclear if he is still on board.7.
New Orleans Saints will be a major seller, according Sports Illustrated’s Michael Rothstein.
They are set in free agency and will be open to moving players at various spots.8.
Buffalo Bills will not sign defensive tackle Brandon Williams, according The Buffalo News.
The Bills waived Williams, who played in just three games last season, in the offseason.9.
The Denver Broncos are set as well, according ESPN’s Mike Reiss.
They re-signed cornerback Brandon Browner and signed defensive end DeMarcus Ware, but there are no guarantees Ware will stay in Denver.10.
Dallas Cowboys will not make any moves at this point.
The Cowboys have a $25 million cap number, which is why the team has not made a move to address that issue.11.
San Diego Chargers are set, according CBSSports.com’s Michael Silver.
The Chargers will not be looking to re-Sign starting quarterback Philip Rivers, but they have plenty of cap space to add to their defense and offense.12.
Oakland Raiders will be set at cornerback Brandon Flowers, according SB Nation’s Josh Liskiewitz.
Flowers has one season left on his deal and is scheduled to become an unrestricted Free Agent after the season.13.
Buffalo Bears are set up well.
The Bears will have $16.6 million in cap space, according Topps’ Brian Costello.14.
Carolina’s Luke Kuechly will be an option for the Panthers, according Bob Nightengale of The Charlotte Observer.15.
Tennessee Titans will be able to resign cornerback DeAngelo Hall, according Tennessee Titans’ Jim Wyatt.16.
Houston Texans will be one of several teams able to sign quarterback Ryan Mallett, according Houston Chronicle’s Ken Blaze.17.
Detroit Lions are set with safety Calvin Pryor and defensive end Jason Jones, according MLive’s Jason Cole.18.
New England Patriots will re-open free agency, according FOX Sports’ Mike Garafolo.
They already have three free agents in free-agents Mike Wallace, Justin Houston and Devin McCourty.19.
Buffalo’s new head coach Doug Marrone is set.
He will not take over for Bill Belichick and will work closely with Tom Brady, according New England.20.
Oakland has already made two major moves this offseason in free agent linebacker Tamba Hali and cornerback Marcus Gilchrist.
They also re-upped defensive tackle Michael Bennett.21.
Dallas and Tampa Bay are set before the start of the new league year, per Bleacher Report’s Tim McManus.
They both signed veteran players this offseason including safety Reshad Jones, cornerback Marcus Peters, linebacker Sean Lee, and running back DeMarco Murray.22.
The Miami Dolphins are set and will sign tight end Jordan Cameron.23.
New Philadelphia Eagles are set after the first three rounds of the NFL Draft, per The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Josh Weinfuss.24.
Dallas’ Jimmy Graham will not return for another season, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.25.
New Pittsburgh Steelers will be looking for a defensive tackle, according John Breech of ESPN.26.
The Minnesota Vikings are set on their defensive line, according Mike DiRocco of the Star Tribune.27.
Indianapolis is set with tight end Coby