NFL free agency opened one week ago today. If you've had trouble keeping track of all the player movement, know that you're most likely not alone.
The League year started with the Seahawks executing what's widely considered to be the most-shocking move to date, acquiring tight end Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round draft pick from the New Orleans Saints for center Max Unger and Seattle's first-round pick.
But the Seahawks haven't been the only team making noise on the open market. The club's NFC West counterparts were also quick to get in on the action, signing or trading for prominent players of their own.
Below, check out what Seattle's division rivals have been up to since free agency opened on Tuesday, March 10:
CB Antonio Cromartie, DL Darnell Dockett, WR Tedd Ginn
After one season in Arizona, Cromartie returned to the New York Jets in free agency, leaving Patrick Peterson as the Cardinals' one true lockdown cover-man. They'll likely look to add a player at the position, or turn to backups Jerraud Powers and Justin Bethel to replace the three picks and 10 passes defensed Cromartie tallied in 2014. The Cardinals released the defensive lineman Dockett in a salary-cap related move and the 11-year veteran signed with the division rival 49ers as a result. Dockett missed 2014 with a torn ACL, but he's been an anchor on Arizona's defensive line since he entered the League. Ginn, a reserve receiver that also returned punts and kicks for the Cardinals last year, signed a free-agent deal with the Carolina Panthers - the team he played for in 2013.
LB Sean Wheatherspoon, LB LaMarr Woodley, G Mike Iupati
A torn Achilles kept Wheatherspoon sidelined last year with the Atlanta Falcons and he only played in seven games the season prior, but if healthy he could prove valuable to an Arizona defense that may again be without linebacker Daryl Washington to start the year. Woodley, an eight-year veteran who comes to the Cardinals after one year with the Oakland Raiders, could also help shore up a position group that has injury or free-agent concerns surrounding players like John Abraham, Matt Shaughnessy, and Alex Okafor. The offensive guard Iupati, who spent the past five seasons with the division rival 49ers, comes to the Cardinals with a reputation as one of the League's best run blockers.
San Francisco 49ers
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San Francisco 49ers
St. Louis Rams
RB Frank Gore, LB Patrick Willis, LB Chris Borland, CB Perrish Cox
Gore, the team's five-time Pro Bowler who topped 1,000 yards rushing through eight of his 10 seasons in the Bay Area, signed a free-agent deal with the Indianapolis Colts. Borland, the team's most-productive linebacker last season, and Willis, the team's most-productive linebacker the previous seven seasons, each recently announced their retirement from the NFL. Borland, 24, [cited concerns over the long-term effects of head trauma](/news/articles/article-roundup/Tuesday-Round-Up-San-Francisco-49ers-linebacker-Chris-Borland-to-retire-from-NFL/23b971f5-ca33-41c3-b30a-d5f84671da66 "/news/articles/article-roundup/Tuesday-Round-Up-San-Francisco-49ers-linebacker-Chris-Borland-to-retire-from-NFL/23b971f5-ca33-41c3-b30a-d5f84671da66
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RB Reggie Bush, WR Torrey Smith, DL Darnell Dockett
The former Detroit Lions running back Bush had [a "great conversation"](http://www.49ers.com/news/article-2/49ers-Have-Great-Conversation-with-Free-agent-RB-Reggie-Bush/98974151-3afd-4d2d-b80e-c84e81803bb8 "http://www.49ers.com/news/article-2/49ers-Have-Great-Conversation-with-Free-agent-RB-Reggie-Bush/98974151-3afd-4d2d-b80e-c84e81803bb8
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St. Louis Rams
QB Sam Bradford, QB Shaun Hill
Despite Rams general manager Les Snead saying [deleting Bradford from the quarterback equation isn't the answer](/news/articles/article-1/Six-things-we-learned-about-the-NFC-West-from-the-2015-NFL-Scouting-Combine/59364321-721c-4ab2-8292-c95d3397105a "/news/articles/article-1/Six-things-we-learned-about-the-NFC-West-from-the-2015-NFL-Scouting-Combine/59364321-721c-4ab2-8292-c95d3397105a
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QB Nick Foles, DL Nick Fairley, LB Akeem Ayers
Foles gives the Rams a new face at the game's most-important position. The fourth-year pro out of the University of Arizona started eight games for the Eagles last year, completing 59.8 percent of his passes for 2,163 yards, 13 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions before a broken collarbone cut his season short. The defensive lineman Fairley comes to the Rams after four seasons with the Detroit Lions. Fairley, the No. 13 overall pick in 2011, joins Aaron Donald, Michael Brockers, Robert Quinn, and Chris Long as the fifth former first-round pick the Rams will feature along their highly-disruptive D-line. And the linebacker Ayers makes his way to St. Louis after a Super Bowl XLIX championship season with the New England Patriots.