A rundown of all 32 teams’ moves on the first day of the league year

AP

After one of the craziest days in NFL history, here’s a look at what all 32 teams did at the start of the league year:

Baltimore: Traded Haloti Ngata and a seventh-round pick to Detroit for a fourth-round pick and a fifth-round pick.

Buffalo: Traded Kiko Alonso to Philadelphia for LeSean McCoy. Showed interest in Percy Harvin, Jerome Felton, Jordan Cameron and Charles Clay

Cincinnati: Signed A.J. Hawk and Eric Winston. Lined up visits with Nick Fairley and Clint Boling.

Cleveland: Signed Brian Hartline. Lined up visit with Perrish Cox.

Denver: Signed Owen Daniels and Virgil Green.

Houston: Lined up a visit with Brian Hoyer. Traded Case Keenum to St. Louis.

Indianapolis: Signed Frank Gore, Kendall Langford, Trent Cole, Colt Anderson, Joe Reitz and Mike Adams. Lined up a visit with Andre Johnson.

Jacksonville: Signed Davon House, Dan Skuta and Jermey Parnell. Expected to sign Julius Thomas and Sergio Brown.

Kansas City: Signed Tyvon Branch. Kept Mike DeVito. Expected to sign Jeremy Maclin.

Miami: Expected to sign Ndamukong Suh. Cut Philip Wheeler and Shelley Smith. Re-signed Kelvin Sheppard.

New England: Cut Darrelle and Brandon Browner. Signed Brandon Gibson. Showed interest in C.J. Spiller and Reggie Bush.

New York Jets: Signed Darrelle Revis, Buster Skrine and Bilal Powell. Traded for Brandon Marshall. Cut Percy Harvin. Talked to Antonio Cromartie.

Oakland: Signed Roy Helu and Malcolm Smith. Showed interest in Jermaine Gresham, Dan Williams and Curtis Lofton.

Pittsburgh: Jason Worilds announced his retirement. Signed Matt Spaeth. Cut Brett Keisel.

San Diego: Cut Chad Rinehart.

Tennessee: Jake Locker announced his retirement. Scheduled visit with Brian Orakpo. Signed Harry Douglas. Visited with Anthony Fasano. Expected to sign Da’Norris Searcy.

Arizona: Signed Mike Iupati, LaMarro Woodley. Visited with Cory Redding. Lined up visit with Brian Orakpo.

Atlanta: Signed Antone Smith, Mike Person, T.J. Yates, Brooks Reed and Justin Durant. Visited Derrick Morgan. Considering signing Lance Kendricks.

Carolina: Signed Michael Oher. Re-signed Ed Dickson, Dwan Edwards, Joe Webb, Fozzy Whittaker and Brenton Bersin. Cut DeAngelo Williams. Lined up meeting with Jarrett Boykin.

Chicago: Visited with Eddie Royal. Expected to sign Antrel Rolle.

Dallas: Continued negotiating with DeMarco Murray. Talked with Antonio Cromartie.

Detroit: Traded a fourth-round pick and a fifth-round pick to Baltimore for Haloti Ngata and a seventh-round pick.

Green Bay: Reached deal to keep Bryan Bulaga. Re-signed Randall Cobb.

Minnesota: Met with Adrian Peterson. Signed Shaun Hill. Re-signed Joe Berger and Matt Asiata.

New Orleans: Traded Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round pick to Seattle for Max Unger and a first-round pick. Showed interest in Brandon Browner.

New York Giants: Signed Dwayne Harris, Jonathan Casillas, Shane Vereen, J.T. Thomas and Marshall Newhouse.

Philadelphia: Traded Nick Foles and draft picks to St. Louis for Sam Bradford. Traded LeSean McCoy to Buffalo for Kiko Alonso. Signed Byron Maxwell and Walter Thurmond.

St. Louis: Traded Sam Bradford to Philadelphia for Nick Foles and draft picks. Cut Jake Long and Scott Wells.

San Francisco: Patrick Willis announced his retirement. Signed Torrey Smith. Lined up visit with Reggie Bush.

Seattle: Acquired Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round pick, sent Max Unger and a first-round pick to New Orleans. Signed Cary Williams. Lined up visit with Shelley Smith. Re-signed Mike Morgan.

Tampa Bay: Lined up visits with Henry Melton and Bruce Carter. Cut Anthony Collins.

Washington: Lined up visits with Terrance Knighton and Perrish Cox. Agreed to terms with Stephen Paea.