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2023 undrafted NFL free agent tracker: Team-by-team signings and more

Sportsnaut’s 2023 undrafted NFL free agent tracker is now live. Below, we will provide you with live updates on the top undrafted free agents and where they have signed.

Some might tune out after three days of the NFL Draft. That’s fine. But undrafted free agents have played a huge role in the history of football. Hall of Famers such as Kurt Warner, Dick “Night Train” Lane, Warren Moon and Joe Perry ended up going undrafted.

More recently, teams have found some gems after the draft. J.C. Jackson, Justin Tucker, Adam Thielen and Austin Ekeler are primary examples of that. With that as a backdrop, let’s delve into our 2023 undrafted NFL free agent tracker.

Related: Top undrafted NFL free agents of all-time

Arizona Cardinals

NCAA Football: Michigan State at Northwestern
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  • Jacob Slade, DL, Michigan State
  • Kyle Soelle, LB, Arizona State
  • Quavian White, CB, Georgia State
  • Kendell Brooks, S, Michigan State

Atlanta Falcons

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  • Justin Marshall, WR, Buffalo: Marshall recorded 837 receiving yards and nine touchdowns for Buffalo last season. There’s a chance he could break camp with Atlanta given the team’s lack of depth for quarterback Desmond Ridder.
  • Carlos Washington Jr., RB, Southeastern Louisiana
  • Keilahn Harris, WR, Oklahoma Baptist
  • Justin Marshall, WR, Buffalo
  • Ikenna Enechukwu, EDGE, Rice
  • Mike Jones, LB, LSU
  • Chase Brice, QB, Appalachian State – Committed to attending Falcons rookie minicamp, not signed
  • Jacob Gall, OL, Baylor – Attending rookie camp with Falcons
  • Kivon Bennett, EDGE, Arkansas – Attending Falcons rookie camp

Baltimore Ravens

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  • Dontay Demus Jr., WR, Maryland
  • Keaton Mitchell, RB, East Carolina
  • Owen Wright, RB, Monmouth
  • Nolan Henderson, QB, Delaware
  • Dion Golatt, QB, Bowie State
  • Travis Vokolek, TE, Nebraska
  • Brian Walker, TE, Shepherd
  • Jaylon Thomas, G, SMU
  • Brandon Kipper, OL, Oregon State
  • Tashawn Manning, OL, Kentucky
  • Tykeem Doss, OT, Southern Miss
  • Cameron Peterson, EDGE, Southern
  • Trey Botts, DL, Colorado State-Pueblo
  • Kaieem Caesar, DL, Ohio
  • Corey Mayfield Jr., CB, UTSA
  • Jeremy Lucien, CB, Vanderbilt
  • Jaquan Amos, S, Ball State

Buffalo Bills

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  • Jordan Mims, RB, Fresno State: Buffalo could certainly use some depth at running back. At the very least, Mims should make some noise during the preseason. He put up 1,498 total yards and 19 touchdowns at a clip of 5.3 yards per touch last season.
  • Richard Gouraige, OL, Florida
  • Jalen Wayne, WR, South Alabama
  • Tyrell Shavers, WR, San Diego State
  • DJ Dale, DL, Alabama
  • Jaret Patterson, LB, Buffalo – Camp invite (unsigned)

Carolina Panthers

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  • Jalen Redmond, DT, Oklahoma: Projected as a mid-to-late round pick, Redmon is one of the top players on our NFL undrafted free agent tracker. Over the past two seasons with Oklahoma, he put up 18 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks.
  • Rejzohn Wright, CB, Oregon State: Someone that was expected to go in the mid-rounds, Wright was solid in coverage for the Beavers over the past two seasons with 17 passes defended and four interceptions.
  • Mark Milton, CB, Baylor
  • Colby Richardson, CB, LSU
  • Travez Moore, EDGE, Arizona State
  • Bumper Pool, LB, Arkansas
  • Austin Ajiake, LB, UNLV
  • Eku Leota, LB, Auburn
  • Nico Bolden, S, Kent State
  • Cam Peoples, RB, Appalachian State
  • Josh Vann, WR, South Carolina
  • Nash Jensen, OL, North Dakota State
  • Ricky Lee, OT, North Carolina AT&T

Chicago Bears

NCAA Football: Louisiana State at UCLA
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  • Micah Baskerville, LB, LSU
  • Macon Clark, S, Tulane
  • Jalen Harris, EDGE, Arizona
  • Tyson Bagent, QB, Shepherd
  • Robert Burns, RB, Connecticut
  • Thyrick Pitts Jr., WR, Delaware
  • Gabe Houy, G, Pittsburgh
  • Bobby Haskins, OL, USC
  • Lorenz Metz, OL, Cincinnati
  • De’Jahn Warren, CB, Jackson State
  • Justin Broiles, CB, Oklahoma
  • Andre Szmyt, K, Syracuse
  • Robert Soderholm III, LS, VMI
  • Jadan Blue, WR, Virginia Tech – Rookie minicamp invite
  • De’Anthony Jones, EDGE, Houston – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Callahan O’Reilly, LB, Montana State – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Dominic Quewon, LB, Southern Miss – Rookie minicamp invite
  • D’Jordan Strong, CB, Coastal Carolna – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Tre Wortham, CB, Connecticut – Rookie minicamp invite

Cincinnati Bengals

NCAA Football: Washington at California
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  • Jaxson Kirkland, G, Washington
  • Calvin Taylor, RB, Utah State
  • Jacob Saylors, RB/KR, East Tennessee
  • Shedrick Jackson, WR, Auburn
  • Christian Trahan, TE, Houston
  • Devonnsha Maxwell, DL, Chattanooga
  • Shaka Heyward, LB, Duke
  • Larry Brooks, S, Tulane
  • Mac Hippenhammer, WR, Miami (Ohio) – Rookie minicamp invite

Cleveland Browns

NCAA Football: Georgia Tech at Florida State
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  • Hassan Hall, RB, Georgia Tech: According to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero, Hall is getting a whopping $125,000 million guaranteed. He put up 686 total yards at a clip of 4.8 yards per touch last season. He also provides value in the return game.
  • Lonnie Phelps, EDGE, Kansas: Over the course of the past two seasons with Miami (O) and Kansas, Phelps recorded a combined 25 tackles for loss and 15.5 sacks. He’s among the most-productive college players on our NFL undrafted free agent tracker.
  • Ronnie Hickman, S, Ohio State
  • Tanner McCallister, DB, Ohio State
  • Amos Cormier, CB, Georgia State
  • Caleb Biggers, CB, Boise State
  • Mohamoud Diabate, LB, Utah
  • Jeremiah Martin, EDGE, Washington
  • Charlie Thomas, S/LB, Georgia Tech
  • Thomas Greaney, TE, Albany

Dallas Cowboys

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  • Tyrus Wheat, EDGE, Mississippi State: Wheat recorded a combined 25.5 tackles for loss and 17 sacks in three seasons with the Bulldogs. According to ESPN’s Tom Pelissero, he gets a $20,000 signing bonus.
  • Jalen Moreno-Cropper, WR, Fresno State
  • David Durden, WR, West Florida
  • Jose Barbon, WR, Temple
  • Hunter Luepke, FB, North Dakota State
  • Earl Bostick Jr., OL, Kansas
  • T.J. Bass, OL, Oregon
  • Isaiah Land, EDGE, Florida A&M
  • Durrell Johnson, LB, Liberty
  • Myles Brooks, CB, Louisiana Tech
  • Princeton Fant, TE, Tennessee

Denver Broncos

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  • PJ Mustipher, DL, Penn State
  • Art Green, CB, Houston
  • Emmanuel Wilson, RB, Fort Valley State
  • Dallas Daniels, WR, Jackson State
  • Taylor Grimes, WR, Incarnate Word
  • Kris Leach, TE, Kent State
  • Nate Adkins, TE, South Carolina
  • Alex Palczewski, OT, Illinois
  • Henry Byrd, OL, Princeton
  • Thomas Incoom, EDGE, Central Michigan
  • Seth Benson, LB, Iowa
  • Darrious Gaines, CB, Western Colorado
  • Devon Matthews, DB, Indiana
  • Chris Whitt, LB, Incarnate Word – Rookie minicamp invite

Detroit Lions

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  • Brandon Joseph, S, Notre Dame: A transfer from Northwester, Joseph thought he could follow former Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton as an early-round pick. Surprisingly, he fell off the map leading up to the draft. Last season with Notre Dame, Joseph recorded 30 tackles and an interception.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim, RB, Minnesota: Ibrahim receives $100,000 guaranteed from Detroit after they exhausted a first-round pick on a running back and traded away D’Andre Swift. The former Golden Gopher gained 1,665 yards on the ground to go with 20 touchdowns last season.
  • Adrian Martinez, QB, Kansas State
  • Chase Cota, WR, Oregon
  • Keytaon Thompson, WR, Virginia
  • Ryan Swoboda, OL, UCF
  • Brad Cecil, OL, USF
  • Connor Galvin, OT, Baylor
  • Zach Morton, EDGE, Akron
  • Cory Durden, DT, NC State
  • Chris Smith, DT, Notre Dame
  • Isaac Darkangelo, LB, Illinois
  • Trevor Nowaske, LB, Saginaw Valley State
  • Starling Thomas IV, CB, UAB

Green Bay Packers

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  • Malik Heath, WR, Ole Miss
  • Duece Watts, WR, Tulane
  • Henry Pearson, TE, Appalachian State
  • Camren McDonald, TE, Florida State
  • Kadeem Telfort, OT, Alabama-Birmingham
  • Jason Lewan, DL, Illinois State
  • Keshawn Banks, EDGE, Kansas State
  • Jimmy Phillips Jr., LB, SMU
  • Benny Sapp, S, Northern Iowa
  • Christian Morgan, S, Baylor
  • Shane McDonough, P, NC State – Rookie minicamp invite

Houston Texans

NCAA Football: Arizona State at Arizona
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  • Xazavian Valladay, RB, Arizona State: This 6-foot, 198-pound back tallied nearly 1,500 total yards and 18 touchdowns at a clip of 5.9 yards per touch last season. He’ll have a chance to make Houston’s 53.
  • Jesse Matthews, WR, San Diego State
  • Jared Wayne, WR, Pittsburgh
  • Tyler Beach, OL, Wisconsin
  • Dylan Deatherage, OL, Western Michigan
  • Kilian Zierer, OL, Auburn
  • Ali Gaye, DE, LSU
  • Charles Looes, DL, Dartmouth
  • TK McLendon Jr., EDGE, Eastern Kentucky
  • Darius Joyner, CB, Duke
  • Joe Doyle, P, Memphis

Indianapolis Colts

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  • Donavan Mutin, LB, Houston: Mutin received $100,000 guaranteed from the Bears after a stellar career with Houston. Last season saw him record 85 tackles and five sacks for the Cougars.
  • Darius Hagans, RB, Alabama State
  • Titus Swen, RB, Wyoming
  • Liam Anderson, LB, Holy Cross
  • Braxton Westfield, WR, Carson Newman
  • Cody Chrest, WR, Sam Houston State
  • Johnny King, WR, Southeast Missouri
  • Zavier Scott, WR, Maine
  • Emil Ekiyor, G, Alabama
  • Harris Lachance, OL, BYU
  • Caleb Sampson, DT, Kansas
  • Guy Thomas, LB, Colorado
  • Tyler Richardson, CB, Tiffin
  • Cole Coleman, DB, Elon
  • Kody Case, WR, Illinois – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Jacob Gall, OL, Baylor – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Michael Gerace, OL, Maine – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Ty Van Fossen, LB, Cincinnati – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Jamal Woods, DT, Illinois – Rookie minicamp invite

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Jaray Jenkins, WR, LSU
  • Divaad Wilson, CB, Central Florida

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Deneric Prince, RB, Tulsa
  • Sean Coyne, WR, New Hampshire
  • Nikko Remigio, WR, Fresno State
  • Ty Scott, WR, Missouri State
  • Jamal Turner, TE, Toledo
  • Jerome Carvin, OL, Tennessee
  • Anderson Hardy, OL, Appalachian State
  • Truman Jones, DE, Harvard
  • Cam Jones, LB, Indiana
  • Isaiah Moore, LB, NC State
  • Martez Manuel, S, Missouri
  • Isaiah Norman, S, Marshall
  • Anthony Cook, S, Texas
  • Anthony WItherstone, CB, Merrimack
  • Reese Taylor, CB, Purdue
  • Montrae Braswell, DB, Missouri
  • Jake Gerardi, P, Southern Utah
  • Tyler Roberts, RB/FB, Merrimack – Rookie minicamp invite
  • James Letcher, WR, Washington – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Zane Pope, WR, Fresno State – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Caleb Thomas, DL, Louisiana-Monroe – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Joshua Mote, LB, Louisiana Tech – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Alonzo Davis, CB, Northern Arizona – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Ekow Boye-Doe, CB, Kansas State – Rookie minicamp invite

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Dalton Wagner, OT, Arkansas
  • McClendon Curtis, G, Chattanooga
  • Azizi Hearn, DB, UCLA

Los Angeles Chargers

  • A.J. Uzodinma, CB, Ball State
  • Nic Melsop, OL, Delta State

Los Angeles Rams

  • DeAndre Square, LB, Kentucky
  • Tiyon Evans, RB, Louisville
  • Xavier Smith, WR, Florida A&M
  • Christian Sims, TE, Bowling Green
  • Sean Maginn, OL, Wake Forest
  • Mike McCallister, OL, Youngstown State
  • Alex Ward, LS, Central Florida
  • Kelechi Anyalebechi, LB, Incarnate Word
  • Timarcus Davis, CB, Arizona State
  • Tyon Davis, CB, Tulsa
  • Jordan Jones, CB, Rhode Island
  • Jaiden Woodbey, S/LB, Boston College
  • Tanner Ingle, S, NC State
  • Rashad Torrence, S, Florida
  • Quindell Johnson, S, Memphis
  • Christopher Dunn, K, North Carolina State
  • Tanner Brown, K, Oklahoma State

Miami Dolphins

  • Zeke Vandenberg, LB, Illinois State

Minnesota Vikings

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  • Ben Sims, TE, Baylor: Sims was solid the past two seasons at Baylor, recording a combined 52 catches for 616 yards and nine touchdowns.
  • Ivan Pace, ILB, Cincinnati: Despite having 261 tackles in the past two seasons, measuring in at 5-foot-10 1/2 inches may limit Pace’s ceiling at the next level. Still, he’s an instinctive linebacker who plays with a lot of power despite his smaller stature. Pace was expected to be a late-round pick, and was considered one of the best players available after the NFL Draft.
  • Andre Carter, EDGE, Army: After finishing second in the nation, only behind Will Anderson, with 14.5 sacks in 2021, Carter was projected as a potential first-round prospect heading into 2022. His stock dropped after getting to the QB just 3.5 times, but at 6-foot-6, he’s an enticing edge rusher who could get more consistent as he adds strength while developing more pass-rush moves.
  • Alan Ali, OL, TCU
  • Calvin Avery, NT, Illinois
  • Cephus Johnson, WR, Southeastern Louisiana
  • Malik Knowles, WR, Kansas State
  • Thayer Thomas, WR, N.C. State
  • Abraham Beauplan, ILB, Marshall
  • Wilson Huber, ILB, Cincinnati
  • Jacky Chen, OL, Pace
  • C.J. Coldon, CB, Oklahoma
  • NaJee Thompson, CB, Georgia Southern
  • Jaylin Williams, CB, Indiana
  • Jack Podlesny, K, Georgia

New England Patriots

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  • Malik Cunningham, QB, Louisville: The 6-foot-1 Cunningham tallied 120 total touchdowns compared to 20 interceptions with Louisville. That included 50 rushing touchdowns. New England didn’t go quarterback in the NFL Draft, but found one right after.

New Orleans Saints

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  • SaRodorick Thompson, RB, Texas Tech: Over the course of his final four seasons with the Red Raiders, Thompson tallied nearly 3,300 total yards and 38 touchdowns
  • Nick Anderson, LB, Tulane
  • Joel Wilson, TE, Central Michigan
  • Mark Evans II, OT, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
  • Sy Barnett, WR, Davenport
  • Alex Philstrom, OL, Illinois
  • Louis Hedley, P, Miami (F)
  • Anfernee Orji, LB, Vanderbilt
  • Anthony Johnson, S, Iowa State
  • Shaq Davis, WR, South Carolina State

New York Giants

  • Dyontae Johnson, LB, Toledo
  • Alex Cook, S, Washington

New York Jets

  • Travis Dye, RB, Oregon
  • Xavier Gipson, WR, Stephen F. Austin
  • Jason Brownlee, WR, Southern Miss.
  • T.J. Luther, WR, Gardner-Webb
  • EJ Jenkins, WR/TE, Georgia Tech
  • Caleb Johnson, LB, Miami
  • Claudin Cherelus, LB Alcorn State
  • Kahlef Hailassie, CB, Western Kentucky
  • Maalik Hall, LB, Southeastern Oklahoma State
  • Tim Demorat, QB, Fordham – Rookie minicamp invite
  • Ian Swenson, S/LB, Connecticut – Rookie minicamp invite

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Ty Zentner, P, Kansas State

Pittsburgh Steelers

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  • Tanner Morgan, QB, Minnesota: A part-time starter throughout his five-year career in Minnesota, Morgan tallied 65 touchdown passes compared to 32 interceptions. He’ll likely compete for a spot on Pittsburgh’s practice squad. Kenny Pickett and Mitch Trubisky are the only QBs on the Steelers’ roster right now.
  • Monte Pottebaum, FB, Iowa

San Francisco 49ers

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  • Shae Wyatt, WR, Tulane: Wyatt tallied 35 receptions for 692 yards and seven touchdowns a season ago. He averaged 19.8 yards per catch and could be a deep threat in Kyle Shanahan’s offense.
  • Joey Fisher, OL, Shepherd
  • Ronald Awatt, RB, UTEP
  • Corey Luciano, OL, Washington
  • Ilm Manning, OL, Hawaii
  • Avery Young, DB, Rutgers ‘
  • Jack Colletto, ATH, Oregon State

Seattle Seahawks

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  • Jake Bobo, WR, UCLA: The 6-foot-5 Bobo led UCLA with 57 receptions and 817 yards while scoring five touchdowns a season ago.
  • Tyjon Lindsey, WR, Oregon State
  • Jonathan Sutherland, LB/S, Penn State
  • Noah Gindorff, TE, North Dakota State
  • Ty Okada, S, Montana State
  • Robert Cooper, DT, Florida State

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NCAA Football: Big 12 Football Championship-Texas Christian at Kansas State
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  • Kade Warner, WR, Kansas State: The son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner tallied 45 receptions for 456 yards and five touchdowns last season.
  • Ronnie Brown, Shepherd: This running back put up 1,863 rushing yards while registering 56 catches for the small school last season.
  • Jeremy Banks, LB, Tennessee

Tennessee Titans

  • Thomas Rush, LB, Minnesota
  • Charles McLelland, RB, Cincinnati
  • TK McClendon, EDGE, Eastern Kentucky
  • John Ojukwu, OT, Boise State
  • Kearis Jackson, WR, Georgia

Washington Commanders

  • Xavier Henderson, S, Michigan State
  • Mitchell Tinsley, WR, Penn State