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Complete coverage: 2020 NFL free agency

Former New England Patriots quarterback has agreed in principle to join the Buccaneers.
Former New England Patriots quarterback has agreed in principle to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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The Chargers landed one of the top defensive players available in free agency, agreeing to terms with former Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris.
On the same day the Rams lost Dante Fowler to the Atlanta Falcons, the team agreed to terms with former Chicago Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd.
The Rams will be bringing back one of their leaders on the offensive line, signing Andrew Whitworth to a multiyear contract on Wednesday.
The Chargers have agreed to a two-year contract with free agent defensive tackle Linval Joseph. The position became one of need with the release of Brandon Mebane.
Free agent Dante Fowler, one of the players the Rams could have put a franchise tag on but didn’t, has agreed to a deal with the Atlanta Falcons.
Austin Blythe, who has started at guard and center for the Rams the last three seasons, agreed to terms on a one-year contract, the team announced Wednesday.
Tom Brady won’t be playing for the Chargers. The former New England Patriots quarterback has agreed in principle to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Rams on Tuesday declined to exercise an option on slot cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, who would have counted $4.5 million against the salary cap.
Rams linebacker Cory Littleton reportedly has agreed to a three-year, $36-million deal with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Philip Rivers reunites with Frank Reich (Indianapolis’ head coach) and Nick Sirianni (offensive coordinator), both of whom used to coach with the Chargers.
The Chargers placed a second-round tender on cornerback Michael Davis and exclusive-rights tenders on defensive end Isaac Rochell and offensive tackle Trent Scott.
The Chargers are considered one of the potential destinations for Tom Brady, and the free-agent quarterback already has a familiarity with Los Angeles.
The Chargers’ success in the Los Angeles market could lean heavily on the team signing former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Tom Brady is days away from becoming a free agent. Here’s why it wouldn’t be absurd for Brady to sign with either the Chargers, 49ers, Titans or Cowboys.
The Chargers moved closer to potentially signing Tom Brady after the six-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback announced Tuesday he is leaving the Patriots.
As Tom Brady, known as the GOAT, exits New England, Patriots owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick express their gratitude.
The Saints and record-setting quarterback Drew Brees have agreed on a two-year, $50-million contract, a person familiar with the situation told the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been announced.
The Super Bowl rematch between the Rams and New England this fall at SoFi Stadium will take place without Tom Brady, who is leaving the Patriots.
NFL free agency begins Wednesday, and teams are allowed to start talking to free agents Monday. The Cowboys placed the exclusive franchise tag on Dak Prescott.
A person familiar with the deal says the Las Vegas Raiders have agreed on a contract with free agent quarterback Marcus Mariota.
The Rams’ decision not to use the franchise tag means that pending unrestricted free agents such as linebacker Cory Littleton and edge rusher Dante Fowler will hit the market, following Michael Brockers, and Todd Gurley could be on the move too.
The Houston Texans are sending star receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a draft pick to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for running back David Johnson and two picks.
In a blockbuster trade deal the Houston Texans agreed to a deal to send DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals. It unleashed a flurry of social media reaction.
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