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- 12/16 - 8:20 PM ESTEagles0 - 0RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- 12/15 - 8:20 PM ESTBrowns0 - 0BroncosBroncos Stadium at Mile High
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTAZCardinals0 - 0FalconsMercedes-Benz Stadium
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTLions0 - 0BillsNew Era Field
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTPackers0 - 0BearsSoldier Field
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTRaiders0 - 0BengalsPaul Brown Stadium
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTCowboys0 - 0ColtsLucas Oil Stadium
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTDolphins0 - 0VikingsU.S. Bank Stadium
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTTitans0 - 0GiantsMetLife Stadium
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTRedskins0 - 0JaguarsTIAA Bank Field
- 12/16 - 1:00 PM ESTBuccaneers0 - 0RavensM&T Bank Stadium
- 12/16 - 4:05 PM ESTSeahawks0 - 049ersLevi's Stadium
- 12/16 - 4:25 PM ESTPatriots0 - 0SteelersHeinz Field
- 12/15 - 4:30 PM ESTTexans0 - 0JetsMetLife Stadium
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Hear from Packers GM Brian Gutekunst as he talks about the release of WR Jordy Nelson
Take a look at the 17 Bears players officially slated to become unrestricted free agents when the NFL's free agency period begins on Wednesday. (Last updated 3/13)
Baltimore is expected to sign former Washington Redskins wide receiver Ryan Grant to a four-year deal worth $29 million, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
With the start of the new NFL year arriving at 3 p.m. (CT) Wednesday, we take a look at some frequently-asked questions and answers regarding the free agency process.
The Bears on Tuesday extended one-year tenders to three of their restricted free agents: receivers Cameron Meredith and Joshua Bellamy and nickel back Bryce Callahan.