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The up-to-date tracker not only lists every NFL free agent with visits and potential landing spots, but also breaks down the signings and departures of each team. Be sure to check it out for a comprehensive overview of free agency's first week.
Below is our current list of the best available free agents, along with a status update on each player.
TIER 1: Impact starters
* 2. Jermichael Finley, TE, Green Bay Packers:* Finley plans to sign with Seattle, but the parties are in a holding pattern until his medical clearance comes through. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the tight end is "at least two months away and maybe several months" from being able to sign with a new team. It's an interesting pairing for a team that under-utilized the tight end in the passing game;
TIER 2: Starters with questions
TIER 3: Effective in the right role
12. Anthony Spencer, DE, Dallas Cowboys: Spencer is coming off microfracture knee surgery, but has drawn interest from the Redskins. In addition, the 30-year-old was slated to meet with the Giants, Rapoport reports. He's also visited the Rams and is still in talks with several teams, per CBS Sports.
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18. Kenny Britt, WR, Tennessee Titans: Britt reportedly has four to five teams on his trail. They must be willing to overlook his 2013 game tape in favor of his pedigree. His first meeting was with old coach Jeff Fisher in St. Louis; Britt has since visited the Patriots and the Redskins will host him afterward. The Panthers are also in the mix, per Fox Sports.