The NFL offseason never disappoints, and this year has been no different. From a Super Bowl-winning quarterback in Russell Wilson being traded to the team he once beat for the title, to Tom Brady seeming to retire only before unretiring before the new league year could even begin, to the Washington no-longer-the-Football Team Commanders choosing Carson Wentz as the quarterback to lead the next stage of the franchise, there have been a number of stories that affect the Fantasy football landscape.

Here, we'll keep track of all the free agency moves you need to know to get an edge in your Fantasy leagues. You can find the full list of free agency signings involving skill players starting with the opening of the legal tampering period on Monday below, along with further analysis on several notable moves. Bookmark this page and check back with us as free agency continues to develop to stay on top on everything Fantasy football.

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Super Bowl champs add Allen Robinson

As if Matthew Stafford needs another weapon. The former Bears star receiver went into a less robust free-agency than would have been expected a few seasons ago, coming off a down season. But the Rams give Robinson a chance to play in an explosive offense for the first time.

The Rams are not a team that takes small swings, and they certainly aren't afraid to take on big risks when the opportunity to add high-level talent presents itself. They did that in adding a disgruntled Odell Beckham Jr. last season, and they did it again in free agency, signing another former All-Pro in Allen Robinson to a three-year contract Thursday.

Like Beckham, Robinson comes to the Rams on the downswing of his career. The 29-year-old had the worst season of his career in 2021, catching 38 passes for just 410 yards and one touchdown in just 12 games. The Bears passing game was pretty lackluster overall, ranking 30th in yards, 29th in touchdowns and 24th in yards per attempt, but Robinson's 2021 was bad even in that context, as second-year wideout Darnell Mooney put together better numbers in pretty much every way possible.

Still, it's not hard to see why the Rams are interested. They've got Robert Woods coming back from a torn ACL suffered in early November, and, while they are still reportedly interested in bringing Beckham back as a free agent, he is recovering from his own torn ACL during the Super Bowl. Beckham will almost certainly not be ready for the start of the season, and Woods is at least in question for training camp, so they could certainly use another playmaker at wide receiver, and Robinson has been one of the best in the league as recently as 2020 -- when he had 102 catches, 1,250 yards, and six touchdowns.

And it's a lot easier to see him getting back to that level catching passes from Matthew Stafford than it was from Justin Fields and Andy Dalton last season. Beckham had seven touchdowns 12 games after signing with the Rams and was having his best stretch since at least 2019 during the playoffs before his injury. This figures to be one of the best passing games in the league, and if Woods isn't back to 100% by Week 1, Robinson figures to be the No. 1 option behind Cooper Kupp.

Does that make Robinson a must-start Fantasy option again? Maybe! You won't need to or want to draft him like one after what we saw last season. Given how much worse Robinson was than Mooney, it's possible that he just permanently took a step back, and no context can make him a top-20 guy again.

But, if any context could, it sure feels like this is one of them. I'm willing to draft Robinson as a low-end WR3 in the fifth or sixth round range. He won't get the volume he used to at his peak, but it's not unreasonable to expect high-level efficiency from Robinson, especially in the end zone, given what we saw from Beckham.

We'll see what else the Rams get up to in free agency after they lost Von Miller to the Bills, but this is yet another big swing from a franchise known for doing just that. Here are the other free agency moves you need to know about:

Jaguars pay big for Christian Kirk

Christian Kirk is now one of the newest members of the Jacksonville Jaguars after reportedly agreeing to a four-year contract that will become official when the new league year begins shortly after the legal tampering period. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the deal will be a four-year, $84 million contract. This came shortly after the news that Jacksonville intends to sign Pro Bowl offensive guard Brandon Scherff to bolster second-year quarterback Trevor Lawrence's offensive line.

Speaking of Lawrence, this is a boost for his stock in addition to Kirk' stock -- the latter of whom will now likely see a greater target share in Jacksonville than he did with Arizona Cardinals in their crowded wide receiver corps. Despite at times playing in a limited role, Kirk caught a career-high 77 passes for 982 yards and five touchdowns in 2021. The Jaguars also added to Lawrence's receiver corps when they signed Marvin Jones last offseason. Both Kirk and Jones have experience playing inside in the slot and on the outside as an X and Z receiver -- they will likely be utilized as interchangeable pieces in new head coach Doug Pederson's offensive system.

The Jaguars depth chart is lacking in a lot of areas, but maybe nowhere more than speed at the wide receiver position. Jones and Laviska Shenault had such a hard time getting separation that Jamal Agnew was functioning as the team's No. 1 receiver at times.  Kirk should, at the very least, add straight-line speed.

Steelers tab Mitchell Trubisky as answer at QB

The Pittsburgh Steelers have their new starting quarterback after agreeing to a two-year deal with former No. 2 overall pick, Mitchell Trubisky. Trubisky spent last year in Buffalo, rehabilitating his image while backing up Josh Allen. Now he'll get his second chance as a starter after being replaced in Chicago. 

Despite a couple of flashes, Trubisky struggled to be a consistent Fantasy option in Chicago, but you don't have to squint very hard to see a quarterback who could be better for Fantasy Football than real life. He's averaged 5.3 yards per carry for his career and averaged nearly five rush attempts per game in 2018. His 17-game pace as a starter was for 352 rushing yards and three touchdowns per season. That type of boost could make a league-average passer a borderline Fantasy starter.

The problem is that 2018 is also the only year Trubisky has performed like a league-average quarterback. His 6.7 career yards per attempt is well below average as is his four percent career touchdown rate. The hope in Pittsburgh is that Trubisky could have a Ryan Tannehill-like renaissance, and he has the weapons to do it. The next question will be whether the Steelers can build an offensive line that can protect Trubisky.

As for those weapons, there is nothing in Trubisky's career that suggests he'll be worse than Ben Roethlisberger has been since the start of the 2019 season. In fact, most numbers would suggest he'll be a slight upgrade. And the Steelers' new signal caller is most definitely an upgrade over Mason Rudolph. That being said, this does lock them in with a below-average quarterback. Any hope of a boost from the team acquiring a Deshaun Watson or Derek Carr is gone now. 

The biggest question mark seems to be whether a mobile quarterback like Trubisky will target Najee Harris as often as Ben Roethlisberger did. The bright side there is that Tarik Cohen saw 92 targets (and a 19% target share) from Tubisky in 2019. In 2018, Cohen and Jordan Howard combined for more than 20% of Trubisky's targets. In other words, there is no reason to believe Harris will see a significant downtick in targets. If anything, Trubisky's mobility might open up a few more holes for the star running back. More

Cardinals keep James Conner in fold

James Conner is returning to the Arizona Cardinals and could enter a better situation than he was involved with during the 2021 season. The veteran running back is returning to the Cardinals on a three-year deal. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the deal is worth $21 million and could grow to a maximum of $25.5 million. It also includes $13.5 million guaranteed.

Conner stayed in Arizona on a three-year deal, and it's hard to imagine a better landing spot for the 26-year-old after Chase Edmonds is set to sign with the Miami Dolphins. Conner totaled 1,127 yards and 18 touchdowns in 15 games in his first season in this Kliff Kingsbury offense in 2021, but that's only part of it.

In five games without Edmonds last year, Conner averaged 114 total yards, 4.8 catches, and 25.8 PPR Fantasy points per game. The running back position in Arizona under Kliff Kingsbury has been one of the most valuable in Fantasy football. If the Cardinals don't add another back of significance in the next two months, Conner will project as a top-12 back with top-five upside. The only thing that might keep people from drafting him like that is his injury history, but that history isn't that much different than Dalvin Cook's.

Dolphins add Chase Edmonds to backfield

Chase Edmonds has reached an agreement with the Miami Dolphins on a two-year, $12.6 million contract that includes $6.1 million guaranteed, per his agent Drew Rosenhaus as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter. Although these deals are not quite official during this legal tampering period portion of NFL free agency, barring any unforeseen circumstances, the former Arizona Cardinals running back will be headed to Miami. For more live updates on free agency up to the minute, you'll find it here in our free agent tracker.

Edmonds was the first shoe to drop in the running back free agency market and it will have an immediate impact from a Fantasy Football standpoint. His track record includes a bigger role in the passing game than as a rusher, as his 9.7 rush attempts per game in 2021 were a career high. It would be surprising if the Dolphins were to give Edmonds 200-plus carries this season, but he should learn a majority of their targets out of the backfield. He's averaged 3.5 catches per game over the past two seasons.

Lions bolster WR corps with D.J. Chark

Former buzzy breakout Fantasy Football receiver D.J. Chark went from sought after in plenty of 2020 Fantasy drafts to signing a one-year prove it deal with the Lions. Things could be worse, however. Chark joins Jared Goff in Detroit and he might actually have the best quarterback fit for his skill set since entering the NFL. Chark wins by creating separation at the intermediate and deep levels and that's exactly where Goff's ability to drive the football with velocity comes in handy. Chark also joins a mostly unsettled group of pass catchers. 

While the expectation is that second-year receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown will lead the team in targets after earning a massive target share down the stretch run of the 2021 season, keep in mind TE T.J. Hockeson wasn't 100% healthy during that period, and Chark himself has an excellent opportunity to carve out the most coveted role in this passing game.

Jags spending spree continues with WR Zay Jones

Jacksonville had a plan heading into free agency and it was to surround second-year QB Trevor Lawrence with as much talent as possible. So, they decided to add Zay Jones to the mix after already having signed Christian Kirk to the biggest wide receiver contract on the market thus far. Jones is coming off a career year -- a resurgence with the Vegas Raiders. He is a deep threat and will replace what the offense lost with Chark heading to Detroit.