(SNH) — Since the legal tampering time began Monday, the landscape of the NFL has shifted.

Many notable players have reportedly switched teams, so much so it could be hard to keep track of who is going to be on what team.

With all the deals that have blown up your phone since Monday afternoon (and becoming official Wednesday), here’s a rundown of what’s happened during the NFL’s wild tampering period.

The running back position has been rampant with moves, starting with former Raiders running back reportedly signing with the Packers, who then released Aaron Jones to sign with the Vikings.

“It is certainly one of the hardest decisions we’ve had to make in my time with the Packers and not one taken lightly,” general manager Brian Gutekunst said in a statement. “(Jones) has not only had a significant impact on the field and in the locker room, but he is one of the most beloved players in the community.”

Giants running back Saquon Barkley then signed with the rival Eagles, the Eagles’ D’Andre Swift moved to the Bears, the Chargers’ Austin Ekeler went east to the Commanders, the Cowboys’ Tony Pollard went to the Titans and replaced Derrick Henry, who went to the Ravens.

The Giants replaced Barkley with Texans’ Devin Singletary, who upgraded with a trade for Joe Mixon from the Bengals, which also picked up Zack Moss from the Colts.

The week began with a quarterback move as Russell Wilson announced on his social media he was going from the Broncos to the Steelers.

“Year 13. Grateful. (at)Steelers,” he posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Another big quarterback move was announced as the Vikings’ Kirk Cousins is in for a culture shock going from Minnesota to Atlanta to join the Falcons.

“After significant and positive dialogue with Kirk and his representatives, we were unable to reach agreement on a contract that fits the short- and long-term visions for both Kirk and the Minnesota Vikings,” general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah said in a statement distributed by the team. “Kirk holds a special place in Vikings history, and we appreciate his leadership and contributions to the team and the Minneapolis-St. Paul community over the past six seasons. We wish him, his wife, Julie, and their children all the best.”

The Steelers also made a splash on defense, signing linebacker Patrick Queen from the rival Ravens.

The champion Chiefs had one of their division rivals bolster its’ defense as Dolphins defensive lineman Christian Wilkins joined the Raiders to team up with Maxx Crosby.

Those are only a handful of the deals made Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday as they all become official. But this is only the beginning since there are plenty of players still available.

Broncos safety Justin Simmons, Cowboys tackle Tyron Smith, 49ers defensive end Chase Young, Jaguars receiver Calvin Ridley, Cardinals receiver Hollywood Brown, 49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead, Buccaneers linebacker Devin White and Ravens defensive end Jadeveon Clowney are all still up for grabs.

Kris Lodes is a writer for Sports News Highlights.

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