Wednesday's NFL free agency roundup: 49ers give Trent Williams record deal; weapon to WFT
The NFL's 2021 free agency market – finally – officially opened at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Players with expiring contracts or those who have been traded, like Matthew Stafford and Carson Wentz, can officially join their new teams.
The NFL's salary cap for the upcoming season has a max value of $182.5 million – all teams must be under the cap by Wednesday afternoon, when the new league year begins. Several still had salaries that needed to be slashed as of Wednesday morning.