NHL:  Washington Capitals Capitals (41-23-7) 6 : 3 New York Islanders Islanders (30-31-10)
NHL:  Ottawa Senators Senators (26-33-11) 3 : 2 Dallas Stars Stars (38-26-8)
NHL:  San Jose Sharks Sharks (39-23-9) 7 : 4 Calgary Flames Flames (35-27-10)
NHL:  Nashville Predators Predators (46-14-10) 4 : 2 Colorado Avalanche Avalanche (38-24-8)
NHL:  Anaheim Ducks Ducks (35-24-12) 4 : 2 Detroit Red Wings Red Wings (26-33-11)
NHL:  Minnesota Wild Wild (39-24-7) 4 : 2 Vegas Golden Knights Golden Knights (45-20-5)
NBA:  Boston Celtics Celtics (47-22) 92 : 83 Orlando Magic Magic (21-49)
NBA:  Philadelphia 76ers 76ers (38-30) 120 : 116 Brooklyn Nets Nets (21-48)
NBA:  Toronto Raptors Raptors (52-17) 122 : 115 Dallas Mavericks Mavericks (22-47)
NBA:  Oklahoma City Thunder Thunder (42-29) 121 : 113 Los Angeles Clippers Clippers (37-31)
NBA:  Miami Heat Heat (36-33) 92 : 91 Los Angeles Lakers Lakers (31-37)
NBA:  Sacramento Kings Kings (22-47) 98 : 93 Golden State Warriors Warriors (52-16)
MLB:   :
MLB:  Toronto Blue Jays Blue Jays (10-11) 6 : 4 Philadelphia Phillies Phillies (8-13-1)
MLB:  Pittsburgh Pirates Pirates (7-12-2) 12 : 9 Atlanta Braves Braves (10-11-1)
MLB:  St. Louis Cardinals Cardinals (10-9-2) 4 : 2 Miami Marlins Marlins (12-7-2)
MLB:  Washington Nationals Nationals (10-9-2) 4 : 2 St. Louis Cardinals Cardinals (9-9-2)
MLB:  Tampa Bay Rays Rays (9-11-1) 11 : 1 Minnesota Twins Twins (10-9-2)
MLB:  Tampa Bay Rays Rays (9-11-1) 11 : 1 Minnesota Twins Twins (10-9-2)
MLB:  Chicago Cubs Cubs (13-7-3) 6 : 3 Chicago White Sox White Sox (10-10-2)
MLB:  Milwaukee Brewers Brewers (14-7-1) 16 : 13 Cincinnati Reds Reds (7-14-1)
MLB:  Oakland Athletics Athletics (10-8-2) 7 : 3 Cleveland Indians Indians (12-9-2)
MLB:  Seattle Mariners Mariners (9-12-1) 9 : 7 Texas Rangers Rangers (7-13-2)
MLB:  Arizona Diamondbacks Diamondbacks (12-9) 4 : 1 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers (11-10-1)
MLB:  Colorado Rockies Rockies (9-12-1) 18 : 6 Los Angeles Angels Angels (8-14)
MLB:  Kansas City Royals Royals (11-10-1) 12 : 4 San Diego Padres Padres (10-9-3)
MLB:  Boston Red Sox Red Sox (12-8-1) 4 : 2 Minnesota Twins Twins (10-10-2)
MLB:  Houston Astros Astros (14-6-2) 2 : 0 New York Yankees Yankees (12-8-1)
NFL:   Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers (8-2) 40 : 17 Tennessee Titans Titans (6-4)
NFL:   New York Giants Giants (2-8) 12 : 9 Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs (6-4)
NFL:   Detroit Lions Lions (6-4) 27 : 24 Chicago Bears Bears (3-7)
NFL:   Houston Texans Texans (4-6) 31 : 21 Arizona Cardinals Cardinals (4-6)
NFL:   Minnesota Vikings Vikings (8-2) 24 : 7 Los Angeles Rams Rams (7-3)
NFL:   New Orleans Saints Saints (8-2) 34 : 31 Washington Redskins Redskins (4-6)
NFL:   Jacksonville Jaguars Jaguars (7-3) 19 : 7 Cleveland Browns Browns (0-10)
NFL:   Baltimore Ravens Ravens (5-5) 23 : 0 Green Bay Packers Packers (5-5)
NFL:   Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers (4-6) 30 : 20 Miami Dolphins Dolphins (4-6)
NFL:   Los Angeles Chargers Chargers (4-6) 54 : 24 Buffalo Bills Bills (5-5)
NFL:   Cincinnati Bengals Bengals (4-6) 20 : 17 Denver Broncos Broncos (3-7)
NFL:   New England Patriots Patriots (8-2) 33 : 8 Oakland Raiders Raiders (4-6)
NFL:   Philadelphia Eagles Eagles (9-1) 37 : 9 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys (5-5)
NFL:   Atlanta Falcons Falcons (6-4) 34 : 31 Seattle Seahawks Seahawks (6-4)

The top 100 NFL free agents in 2018

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Now that we’ve all had some time to catch our breath after a thrilling Super Bowl, let’s get ready for free agency. There’s plenty of talent up for grabs when the new league year begins on March 14.

Quarterbacks are going to be a hot commodity this offseason. Kirk Cousins is the big prize, but for any team not willing — or able — to break bank to sign him, there are other free agents to target. AJ McCarron, Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater, and Sam Bradford are all available for quarterback-hungry franchises.

But for the teams who have other holes they’d like to fill, it’s not just about the quarterbacks. Cornerback is one of the more loaded positions this year, with E.J. Gaines, Trumaine Johnson, Aaron Colvin, and Bashaud Breeland all hitting free agency.

Last year, the majority of the top free agents — Le’Veon Bell, Kawann Short, Chandler Jones, and others — all received the franchise tag. Others, like Eric Berry, Dont’a Hightower, and Calais Campbell, were able to ink new deals of at least four years. Of course, there was also Tony Romo, who opted to retire and entertain us all in the broadcast booth.

This year, Bell is ranked as our No. 1 free agent for the second time in a row, and he will likely receive the tag again. Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry was already franchise-tagged.

We’ll keep this list updated with players who get cut, as well as signings and for how much. Bookmark this page, add it to the home screen on your smart phone, or any other way that’s convenient for you to easily access it.

With all that said, here is the list:

Top 100 NFL free agents of 2018

No. Player Position 2017 team 2018 team
No. Player Position 2017 team 2018 team
1 Le'Veon Bell RB Steelers
2 Demarcus Lawrence DE Cowboys
3 Drew Brees QB Saints
4 Andrew Norwell OG Panthers
5 Kirk Cousins QB Washington
6 Jarvis Landry WR Dolphins Dolphins (franchise tag)
7 Ezekiel Ansah DE Lions
8 Lamarcus Joyner S Rams
9 Dion Lewis RB Patriots
10 Jimmy Graham TE Seahawks
11 Star Lotulelei DT Panthers
12 E.J. Gaines CB Bills
13 Nate Solder OT Patriots
14 Trumaine Johnson CB Rams
15 Allen Robinson WR Jaguars
16 Sheldon Richardson DT Seahawks
17 Case Keenum QB Vikings
18 Sammy Watkins WR Rams
19 AJ McCarron QB Bengals
20 Trey Burton TE Eagles
21 Avery Williamson LB Titans
22 Demario Davis LB Jets
23 Adrian Clayborn DE Falcons
24 Aaron Colvin CB Jaguars
25 Bashaud Breeland CB Washington
26 Sam Bradford QB Vikings
27 Tyvon Branch S Cardinals
28 Rashaan Melvin CB Colts
29 Kyle Fuller CB Bears
30 NaVorro Bowman LB Raiders
31 Weston Richburg C Giants
32 Patrick Robinson CB Eagles
33 Alex Okafor DE Saints
34 Teddy Bridgewater QB Vikings
35 Morgan Burnett S Packers
36 Tyler Eifert TE Bengals
37 Eric Reid S 49ers
38 Dontari Poe DT Falcons
39 Ryan Jensen C Ravens
40 Paul Richardson WR Seahawks
41 Nigel Bradham LB Eagles
42 Zach Brown LB Washington
43 Malcolm Butler CB Patriots
44 Bennie Logan DT Chiefs
45 Justin Pugh OG Giants
46 Nickell Robey-Coleman CB Rams
47 David Irving DT Cowboys RFA
48 Carlos Hyde RB 49ers
49 Anthony Hitchens LB Cowboys
50 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Jets
51 Josh Gordon WR Browns ERFA
52 Marqise Lee WR Jaguars
53 Josh Kline OG Titans
54 Cameron Brate TE Buccaneers RFA
55 Terrelle Pryor WR Washington
56 Tre Boston S Chargers
57 Jerick McKinnon RB Vikings
58 Kenny Vaccaro S Saints
59 Morris Claiborne CB Jets
60 Danny Amendola WR Patriots
61 Jack Mewhort OG Colts
62 Jordan Matthews WR Bills
63 Tahir Whitehead LB Lions
64 Justin Bethel CB Cardinals
65 Mike Wallace WR Ravens
66 Shaquil Barrett DE Broncos RFA
67 Vontae Davis CB Free agent Bills (1-year deal)
68 Prince Amukamara CB Bears
69 Haloti Ngata DT Lions
70 Steven Terrell S Chiefs
71 Josh Sitton OG Bears
72 Rex Burkhead RB Patriots
73 Josh McCown QB Jets
74 Ricardo Allen S Falcons RFA
75 DaQuan Jones DT Titans
76 Geno Smith QB Giants
77 Brent Grimes CB Buccaneers
78 Aaron Lynch DE 49ers
79 LeGarrette Blount RB Eagles
80 Donte Moncrief WR Colts
81 Tramon Williams CB Cardinals
82 Connor Barwin LB Rams
83 Dion Jordan DE Seahawks RFA
84 Matt Paradis C Broncos RFA
85 Chris Baker DT Buccaneers
86 Eric Decker WR Titans
87 Junior Galette DE Washington
88 Zach Line FB Saints
89 Frank Gore RB Colts
90 Kony Ealy DE Jets
91 Lamarr Houston LB Bears
92 Chris Hubbard OT Steelers
93 Brian Cushing LB Texans
94 Julius Peppers DE Panthers
95 Doug Martin RB Buccaneers
96 Isaiah Crowell RB Browns
97 Wesley Johnson C Jets
98 Trent Murphy DE Washington
99 Tavon Wilson S Lions
100 Orleans Darkwa RB Giants

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