What you need to know about the Tennessee Titans moving house

Moving house for the Titans has already begun.

Here are the key dates.

Feb. 10: The Titans officially trade receiver Marqise Lee to the Miami Dolphins for cornerback Darius Butler, defensive tackle Tyson Jackson and a sixth-round pick.

Feb 13: The team signs running back DeMarco Murray to a five-year contract extension worth $110 million.

Feb 18: The Browns release running back Isaiah Crowell to make room for rookie third-round draft pick Trent Richardson.

Feb 21: The Texans trade tight end Tyler Eifert to the Eagles for a sixth round pick.

The Titans are the only team to do this in the past five years.

Feb 23: The Colts cut cornerback DeShawn Shead to make space for third-rounder Jalen Collins.

March 2: The Dolphins cut cornerback Byron Maxwell to make the team out of training camp.

March 3: The Bears trade quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Jets for a seventh-round selection.

March 4: The Jets cut receiver Josh Huff to make that slot available.

March 6: The Rams trade cornerback Brandon Browner to the Seahawks for a fifth-round picks.

March 9: The Raiders cut tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins to make sure the team has a wide receiver available.

The Colts have the sixth-most picks in the draft since the merger, which is why they have done this.

March 10: In the latest trade, the Colts acquire quarterback Andrew Luck from the Patriots for wide receiver Reggie Wayne.

March 12: The Bills trade cornerback Davon House to the Browns for a fourth-round choice.

March 14: The Ravens trade wide receiver Mike Wallace to the Bengals for a second-round compensatory pick.

March 16: The 49ers cut linebacker Justin Smith to make a roster spot available for safety Dashon Goldson.

March 17: The Lions cut linebacker Luke Kuechly to make way for running back Jahvid Best.

March 20: The Falcons trade quarterback Matt Ryan to the Packers for defensive end Robert Ayers.

March 21: In another trade, Dallas signs cornerback Desmond King to a six-year, $42 million deal.

March 23: In yet another trade with the Patriots, the Saints trade linebacker Aaron Curry to the Bears for cornerback Brandon Carr.

March 25: The Seahawks cut defensive end Mario Williams to make roster room for running backs Marshawn Lynch and Devonta Freeman.

March 26: The Broncos cut cornerback Dontari Poe to make it easier for cornerback Marcus Peters to earn a roster berth.

March 27: The Chiefs trade wideout Deonte Thompson to the Bills for defensive tackle Jared Crick.

March 29: The Chargers trade linebacker Brian Orakpo to the Vikings for a third-and-fifth-round compensation pick.

May 1: The Patriots sign wide receiver Justin Hardy to a four-year deal worth $20 million.

May 2: Denver releases linebacker Mike Mitchell to make up for injured reserve cornerback Kyle Williams.

May 3: In a move that has been widely mocked, the 49ers release cornerback Marcus Maye.

May 4: In their first trade since the 2009 draft, the Raiders release defensive end Mike Adams.

May 5: The Vikings release cornerback Josh Johnson to make an opening for a new defensive end.

May 8: The Bengals release running backs Eddie Lacy and Giovani Bernard to make them available for defensive ends Cameron Jordan and Kevin Zeitler.

May 9: In an unexpected move, the Rams trade tight ends Dwayne Allen and Kyle Rudolph to the 49ERS for a first-round 2018 compensatory selection.

May 10: Tennessee moves forward with its plans to move forward with a trade with Indianapolis.

May 11: The Saints announce the release of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.

May 12: In one of the most dramatic moves of the season, the Titans release runningback Marshae Winston to make him available for free agency.

May 14: In other moves the Titans make this week, they sign receiver Mike Williams to a two-year extension worth around $10 million, add cornerback Brandon Graham to the team’s cornerback depth chart, sign quarterback Brandon Weeden to a three-year $15 million deal, sign running back Derrick Henry to a one-year deals worth around the $10-million mark, sign tight end Luke Willson to a deal worth around half of his current salary, trade running back Joe Mixon to the Raiders for cornerback Robert Ayer, trade wide receivers Jarius Wright and Jerricho Cotchery to the Lions, sign wide receivers Kenny Britt and Devin Funchess to contracts, sign offensive tackle David DeCastro to a contract extension, release wide receiver Marcedes Lewis to make more room for him, release linebacker Darrin Walls to make position-specific roster room, trade cornerback Darryl Roberts to the Cowboys for linebacker Aaron Sharpe, trade linebacker Tamba Hali to the Chargers for a 2017 seventh-rounder, trade receiver Tyler Boyd to the Falcons for cornerback Deiondre Greenberry, trade defensive