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Tracking Rotation Opponents' Free Agency Activity

NFL free agency opened on March 9 and has led to several changes across the league.

This week, we've taken a look so far at teams the Vikings will face in 2017, grouped by divisions.

In addition to teams from those divisions, the Vikings also are due to play the Rams and Redskins based on the third-place respected order of finish by all three teams in their respective divisions in 2016. Minnesota will host Los Angeles and visit Washington.

In addition to the free agency tracker that has been keeping tabs on Vikings moves, here's a look at what's happened so far with the Rams and Redskins.

Players who were ranked in's Top 101 free agents list have the corresponding ranking after their name. Players who were not ranked in the list have "UR" for unranked.

Los Angeles Rams

*Re-signed:                   *

K Greg Zuerlein | UR

Zuerlein has made 112 of 141 field goals (79.4 percent) with a long of 61. He's also made 143 of 146 extra points (97.9 percent) in five seasons with the Rams.

Arrivals (former team):

DT Tyrunn Walker (DET) | UR

Walker has started 13 of 42 games played with the Saints (2012-14) and Lions (2015-16), totaling 3.5 sacks.

DE Connor Barwin (PHI) | UR

Barwin has started all 16 games in each of the past six seasons (two with Houston and four with Philadelphia). He has totaled 50.5 sacks and 42 passes defended in 113 career games since 2009.

RB Lance Dunbar (DAL) | UR

Dunbar rushed 94 times for 422 yards and a touchdown and caught 68 passes for 646 yards in five seasons as a reserve with the Cowboys.

LS Andrew East | UR

East has spent parts of two offseasons with the Chiefs (2015), Seahawks and Raiders but has not played in a regular-season game.

QB Aaron Murray (PHI) | UR

Murray hasn't taken a snap in a regular-season game. The 2014 fifth-round pick of Kansas City was waived by the Chiefs last September. He had a short stint on the Cardinals practice squad and finished 2016 on the Eagles practice squad.

CB Kayvon Webster (DEN) | UR

Webster appeared in 54 games, recording an interception and 15 passes defended in four seasons with the Broncos after Denver selected him in the third round in 2013.

T Andrew Whitworth (CIN) | No. 17

After 11 seasons, Whitworth is exchanging stripes for horns and heading west. He started 164 of the 168 games he played, missing just eight outings along the way.

WR Robert Woods (BUF) | No. 74

A second-round selection by Buffalo in 2013, Woods totaled 203 receptions for 2,451 yards and 12 touchdowns. He caught at least 40 passes and gained 552 or more yards each season.

Departures (new team):

WR Brian Quick (WAS) | UR

Quick started 24 of 67 games for the Rams since his selection in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft. He totaled 105 receptions for 1,499 yards and 10 touchdowns.

WR Kenny Britt (CLE) | No. 31

In the past three seasons with the Rams, he missed just one game and totaled 152 receptions, 2,431 yards and 11 touchdowns, nearly equaling the 157 catches for 2,450 yards he totaled while battling injuries in five seasons with the Titans. Despite eight seasons of experience, Britt will still only be 29 years old this season.

DE William Hayes (MIA) |(Hayes was traded)

After not playing in 16 games in his first four seasons with the Titans, Hayes played in 76 of a possible 80 with the Rams. Hayes totaled 8.0 sacks in Nashville but had 4.0 or more a season after joining the Rams, giving him a career total of 34.5.

TE Lance Kendricks (GB) | UR

Kendricks totaled 204 receptions, 2,132 yards and 17 touchdowns in six seasons with the Rams. The former second-round pick missed just three of 96 games.


WR Stedman Bailey | UR

C Tim Barnes | UR

RB Benny Cunningham | UR

QB Case Keenum | UR

RB Tre Mason | UR

S T.J. McDonald | No. 18

RB Chase Reynolds | UR

LB Eugene Sims | UR

DT Cam Thomas | UR

RB Trey Watts | UR

Washington Redskins


QB Kirk Cousins |(Cousins was franchise-tagged)

Cousins is 19-21-1 as a starter and 17-14-1 in the past two seasons when he's completed 785 of 1,149 passes (68.3 percent) for 9,083 yards with 54 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. Cousins has averaged 283.8 yards per game and has a passer rating of 99.3 in that time.

TE Vernon Davis| No. 88

Davis caught 44 passes for 583 yards with two scores in his first season in his hometown. The sixth overall pick of 2006 has 505 career catches for 6,424 yards and 57 touchdowns.

NT Ziggy Hood | UR

Hood started 14 of 16 games in his first season in Washington, bouncing back from a 2015 season in which he played two games for the Bears.

T Ty Nsekhe | UR

Nsekhe has appeared in 29 games in the past two seasons and made four of his six career starts in 2016.

T Vinston Painter | UR

Painter has played in eight games (three with Cleveland in 2014 and five with Washington in 2016).

LS Nick Sundberg | UR

Sundberg has played in 91 games since joining Washington in 2010.

Arrivals (former team):

WR Brian Quick (WAS) | UR

Quick bounced back from limited action in 2015 (10 catches, 102 yards, no scores) with career bests of 41 catches and 564 yards in 2016.

LB Chris Carter (IND) | UR

Carter has appeared in 62 games, including 29 with Pittsburgh from 2011-13. He's also had stints with Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Baltimore.

DT Terrell McClain (DAL) | No. 93

A third-round pick by Carolina in 2011, McClain has played 62 games, including 30 with Dallas in the past three seasons. He started 15 games in 2016.

DT Stacy McGee (OAK) | UR

McGee, a sixth rounder in 2013, started 18 of the 51 games he played for the Raiders. He had 2.5 sacks in 2016 when he started all nine games he played.

WR Terrelle Pryor (CLE) | No. 9

Pryor will try to continue his breakout season of 2016 when he caught 77 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns.

S D.J. Swearinger (AZ) | No. 80

Swearinger settled in with the Cardinals after joining Arizona during the 2015 season. He recorded three of his six career picks, eight passes defended and a sack in 2016.

Departures (new team):

DE/DT Chris Baker (TB) | No. 26

Baker's developed after entering the league with Denver as an undrafted free agent in 2009. He's started 39 of 47 games played in the past three seasons.

WR Pierre Garcon (SF) | No. 22

Garcon has averaged 73 receptions in the past three seasons after leading the NFL with 113 catches in 2013. He totaled 564 catches for 7,068 yards and 37 touchdowns in four seasons with the Colts and five with the Redskins.

WR DeSean Jackson (TB) | No. 12

Jackson showed he's still posing a vertical threat by leading the NFL in yards per catch for a third time with 17.9 last season. He also led the league with averages of 22.5 in 2010 and 20.9 in 2014. He has 498 catches for 8,819 yards and 46 touchdowns.

DT Ricky Jean-Francois | UR

Jean-Francois started eight of the 32 games he played for Washington, recording 3.5 sacks.


ILB Terence Garvin | UR

DT Kedric Golston | UR

S Duke Ihenacho | UR

DE Cullen Jenkins | UR

C John Sullivan | UR

CB Greg Toler | UR

S Donte Whitner | UR

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