Restricted free agency hasn’t been without a little action this offseason. The Browns signed away wide receiver Andrew Hawkins from Cincinnati, while the Falcons’ bid for Saints safety Rafael Bush was matched by New Orleans.
However, if there are any more fireworks to come in restricted free agency, they will have occur this week. Restricted free agents have until Friday to sign offer sheets with other clubs.
Just three restricted free agents remain unsigned: Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, Panthers offensive tackle Byron Bell and Packers linebacker Jamari Lattimore.
Baldwin and Bell were tendered at the second-round level, while Lattimore was tendered at the right-of-first-refusal level. Teams wanting to sign Baldwin or Bell away have to be ready to surrender a 2014 second-round pick to do so. In the case of Lattimore, the Packers simply have the right to match any offer, and the signing team would not have to give up any draft pick compensation.