Now that Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have won another Super Bowl, we can start looking ahead to free agency. Due to the amount of coaching changes this offseason, I foresee an entertaining offseason that will have serious fantasy implications for the 2024 season. Check out Bobby’s NFL Coaching Change Tracker for an updated list of Head Coaches (HC)/Offensive Coordinators (OC).

An important aspect of free agency are teams’ salary cap situations. Just because teams have cap space doesn’t always mean they will spend. On the flip side, teams with negative or no cap space could do something drastic to change their outlook. Teams with the most available cap space in order are Washington Commanders, Tennessee Titans, New England Patriots, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Cincinnati Bengals, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Las Vegas Raiders, and Arizona Cardinals. Teams with the least amount in order are the New Orleans Saints, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Chargers, and Denver Broncos. 

I will be with you for the duration of NFL free agency, and we will track the top 50 free agents for fantasy football. I will predict where players will sign and the impact on the 2024 fantasy football season. If I am wrong, then so be it! Someone’s gotta make a bold prediction. I am not scared to do so! 

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Rank Free Agent Position From Prediction
1 Kirk Cousins QB Vikings Vikings
2 Ryan Tannehill QB Titans Raiders
3 Baker Mayfield QB Bucs Buccaneers
4 Gardner Minshew QB Colts Colts
5 Joshua Dobbs QB Vikings Titans
6 Jameis Winston QB Saints Broncos
7 Derrick Henry RB Titans Ravens
8 Josh Jacobs RB Raiders Raiders
9 Saquon Barkley RB Giants Chargers
10 Tony Pollard RB Cowboys Cowboys
11 Austin Ekeler RB Chargers Eagles
12 Gus Edwards RB Ravens Giants
13 Ezekiel Elliott RB Patriots Patriots
14 Devin Singletary RB Texans Texans
15 Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB Chiefs Jaguars
16 D’Andre Swift RB Eagles Vikings
17 Jerick McKinnon RB Chiefs Chiefs
18 Zack Moss RB Colts Titans
19 A.J. Dillon RB Packers Cowboys
20 Antonio Gibson RB Commanders Chiefs
21 Dalvin Cook RB Ravens Vikings
22 Cam Akers RB Vikings Buccaneers
23 Tee Higgins WR Bengals Bengals
24 Michael Pittman Jr. WR Colts Colts
25 Mike Evans WR Buccaneers Buccaneers
26 Odell Beckham Jr. WR Ravens Ravens
27 Calvin Ridley WR Jaguars Jaguars
28 Tyler Boyd WR Bengals Bills
29 Gabriel Davis WR Bills Giants
30 Michael Thomas WR Saints Bengals
31 Noah Brown WR Texans Texans
32 K.J. Osborn WR Vikings Panthers
33 Marquise Brown WR Cardinals Commanders
34 D.J. Chark WR Panthers Lions
35 Josh Reynolds WR Lions Cowboys
36 Jamal Agnew WR Jaguars Jaguars
37 Greg Dortch WR Cardinals Cardinals
38 Curtis Samuel WR Commanders Panthers
39 Kendrick Bourne WR Patriots Patriots
40 Parris Campbell WR Giants Giants
41 Mecole Hardman WR Chiefs Chiefs
42 Nelson Agholor WR Ravens Titans
43 Randall Cobb WR Jets Jets
44 Hunter Henry TE Patriots Broncos
45 Dalton Schultz TE Texans Texans
46 Gerald Everett TE Chargers Bengals
47 Mike Gesicki TE Patriots Dolphins
48 Noah Fant TE Seahawks Commanders
49 Austin Hooper TE Raiders Raiders
50 Adam Trautman TE Broncos Broncos


  • Player: Derrick Henry 
  • New Team: Baltimore Ravens 

Fantasy Impact – This is a match made in heaven in real life and in fantasy. Since Lamar Jackson entered the league in 2018, the Ravens have led the league in rushing attempts four times while averaging 547 rushing attempts per season. Last season, Baltimore led the NFL with 541 rushing attempts, and Henry led all RBs with 280 carries. I could make a case to draft Henry number one overall. Imagine the nightmare for defense coordinators who have to deal with an RPO between Henry and Jackson. 


  • Player: Saquon Barkley 
  • New Team: Los Angeles Chargers 

Fantasy Impact – In Jim Harbaugh’s last stint with the 49ers from 2011 – 2014, San Francisco relied on the ageless wonder, Frank Gore, who averaged 267 carries, 1,164 yards and 7 touchdowns. Harbaugh has a successful history with RB1 workhouse backs, and Barkley fits the bill. Barkley would benefit from a change of scenery to play with the best QB and most potent offense in his career. Barring injury, he could find himself rushing for over 1,000 yards for the fourth time in his career and surpassing catching 50 passes for the third time in his career. I can’t imagine the Giants franchise tagging him again. 


  • Player: Austin Ekeler 
  • New Team: Philadelphia Eagles 

Fantasy Impact – Philadelphia brings in Kellen Moore to revamp their offense, and they are lacking a running back. Enter Austin Ekeler, who played with Moore in Los Angeles a season ago. Ekeler brings a familiarity to Moore’s offense and a new dynamic for Jalen Hurts out of the backfield. I envision around 175-to-200 carries and 40-50 catches, which would be the highest mark on an Eagles RB with Hurts as QB. This would put Ekeler back into the RB1 conversation as part of a top-tier fantasy offense. 


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