Every important rumor for 2016 NFL free agency from nba2kah's blog

Keep up with the latest from the NFL rumor mill.Madden Mobile Coins will simply introduce you the most exciting news today. If you want to Buy Madden NFL Mobile Coins, such as Madden Mobile Coins, Madden 16 Coins and so on. Please use our site. When NFL free agency officially begins with the start of the new league year at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 9, it will come after days of speculation and rumors about each player's landing spot. A legal tampering period, introduced in 2013, allows teams a three-day period of reaching out to players to express interest and "submit a negotiating position," although no contract offer can officially be made. This led to some controversy during the 2015 offseason and an investigation into the Miami Dolphins' pursuit of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, but the league found that the team didn't break any rules. For some players, like former Los Angeles Rams defensive end Chris Long and New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, free agency began immediately after being released. But for players with expiring contracts, they aren't officially on the market until the new league year ticks the last day off their contract. The tampering period has created more whispers and rumors leading up to the beginning of free agency and then an explosion of news when teams can officially sign players. We'll be keeping track of all the whispering here. For the free agent signings, we're keeping tabs on the top 100 free agents on the market. From the rumor mill: Linebacker Bruce Carter is visiting the Jets on Wednesday, per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Carter played his first five seasons in Tampa Bay and Dallas. The Steelers are bringing in defensive end Jack Crawford for a visit this week, looking to bolster their defensive line depth chart. Right guard Geoff Schwartz visited with the Lions Tuesday, reports Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. This is just the latest visit for the former Giant, who has met with various other teams since being released. Defensive tackle Terrance Knighton is in New England on Tuesday to visit the Patriots and then is set to meet with Washington on Wednesday, reports NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Knighton signed a one-year contract with Washington prior to last season. Wide receiver Anquan Boldin is visiting Washington on Tuesday, reports Mike Jones of the Washington Post. It's the first free-agent visit for the former 49ers wideout.

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