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The NFL's free-agency period is off to an exciting start, with teams like the ​Green Bay Packers and ​Oakland Raiders making big splashes. While there are a ton of ​talented free agents still on the market, these signings have already started to impact the latest Super Bowl odds, according to ​FanDuel Sportsbook

Notably, the Raiders opened at +10000 ​to win Super Bowl LIV, but after acquiring Antonio Brown via trade, and making Trent Brown the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history, they've jumped to +5500. Oakland also signed LaMarcus Joyner, formerly of the Los Angeles Rams, and ​Gruden might not be done yetThe Raiders are obviously still a long shot to win the Super Bowl, but these odds show that the team is trending in the right direction. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars are another big winner, according to ​the odds, as they jumped from +4500 on Feb. 26 to +3300. This is clearly a reaction to the ​​Nick Foles signing, as he should give the Jaguars more stability at quarterback than they've had in years.

Surprisingly, the Baltimore Ravens' odds improved from +2600 on March 8 to +2200, even after ​losing key defenders like Eric Weddle, C.J. Mosley and Terrell Suggs. Baltimore is reportedly still in the Le'Veon Bell sweepstakes, so perhaps these odds are taking that into consideration. If not, it's tough to understand why Ravens' odds have moved in a positive direction.

Overall, this free-agency period has already brought us surprising trades, exciting signings and ​hilarious Twitter fights, but with so much talent still available, bettors should expect these odds to continue shifting in the coming days, weeks and even months leading up to the 2019 NFL season.

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