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The 2024 NFL free agency period will send dozens and dozens of big names to the open market, where all 32 teams can begin contract negotiations on March 11. On Monday, meanwhile, 37 different veterans -- including some starters like Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield and wide receiver Mike Evans -- will officially have their contracts voided, setting them on a path toward free agency. One player, Vikings linebacker Marcus Davenport, had the void date on his contract renegotiated to March 11, per ESPN.

Basically, all 38 were already scheduled to become free agents due to "dummy years" in their current contracts. But those fake years technically void at 4 p.m. ET Monday. Teams are incentivized to strike new deals with said players prior to that deadline, because it enables them to delay potential 2024 salary-cap charges to future years. After the deadline, the two sides can still negotiate and agree to a new contract, but any deal signed will be counted as a new contract rather than an extension.

Here are all the players with contracts that void Monday, making them 2024 free agents as of March 11, per Over the Cap:

Atlanta FalconsRB Cordarrelle Patterson
Baltimore RavensRB Gus Edwards, WR Nelson Agholor (re-signed), OG Kevin Zeitler, CB Rock Ya-Sin, S Geno Stone
Buffalo BillsDL DaQuan Jones, DL Tim Settle, OLB Leonard Floyd, LB Tyler Matakevich, S Micah Hyde
Carolina PanthersWR D.J. Chark, CB Shaquill Griffin, S Sam Franklin

Dallas Cowboys

OT Tyron Smith, DE Dorance Armstrong Jr.

Green Bay PackersOT Yosh Nijman, CB Keisean Nixon, S Darnell Savage
Houston TexansTE Dalton Schultz, DT Sheldon Rankins, DE Jerry Hughes, DE Derek Barnett, CB Steven Nelson
Minnesota VikingsOLB Marcus Davenport*
New England PatriotsOT Trent Brown
Philadelphia EaglesQB Marcus Mariota
San Francisco 49ersDE Randy Gregory

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

QB Baker Mayfield, WR Mike Evans, OG Matt Feiler, DL Greg Gaines, LB Lavonte David, S Antoine Winfield Jr.

Tennessee Titans

QB Ryan Tannehill, RB Derrick Henry, LB Azeez Al-Shaair, CB Sean Murphy-Bunting

*Renegotiated void date on deal to March 11

As of early Monday afternoon, only one of the players had agreed to a new deal: Ravens wide receiver Nelson Agholor, who reached a one-year extension with Baltimore late Sunday.