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The 2023 NFL offseason is officially in full swing, with free agency kicking off on Monday, March 13 at 12 p.m. ET.
PFF will be providing live reactions and analysis on every transaction, including signings, trades and major cuts. We will be grading every transaction from a team fit, roster context and need perspective, as well as from a pure value standpoint based on the cost.
Keep this page bookmarked all offseason long as we break down every move from every team, with the moves logged chronologically.
Last updated: March 14, 11:00 p.m. ET
Click here to jump to the biggest signings/trades of free agency so far:
Edge Arden Key signs three-year deal with Tennessee Titans
- Fit/need grade: A
- Value grade: A
- Contract: Three years, $21 million ($7 million per year), $13 million fully guaranteed
- PFF projected contract: Two years, $18.5 million ($9.25 million per year), $11.5 million guaranteed
Key has been on a tear over the last two seasons after the San Francisco 49ers untapped his potential in 2021 by often deploying him on the inside on passing downs, helping him earn back-to-back pass-rush grades above 70.0 and rack up 80 total pressures. Key’s 14.6% pressure percentage over the last two seasons is a top-20 mark among all players regardless of position.
Stealing a good, young player away from your division rival adds a little extra value here, as well. Tennessee replaces DeMarcus Walker on an identical contract, with Key a bit smaller but two years younger.
CB Byron Murphy Jr. signs a two-year deal with Minnesota Vikings
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