referring to 1 of 8David Madison/Getty ImagesSome of the best free-agency moves are the ones that don’t happen, and often by accident.
As teams turn their gaze strictly toward late April, draft prospects are the last and only hope for addressing needs that inevitably went untouched in free agency.
Those are just two prospects who could see their draft outlook rise after the early free-agency dominoes fell.
There were few proven tight ends available in free agency.
Just ask Denver Broncos general manager John Elway about his thankfully failed attempt to keep quarterback Brock Osweiler.
according to 1 of 12Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesJohn Harbaugh wanted to know how I thought my first-ever free-agent workout went.
Each player was honest about what they needed from their next football home, and it’ll show this fall.
Look where each of these 15 former free agents landed, and you’ll notice they found that same snug fit.
Baltimore needed a veteran starting option; I still needed time to recover after Panthers end Al Wallace barreled helmet-first into my spleen in 2006.
Both player and team know they need one another to reach new heights.
according to NFL teams continue to host free agents, with some top targets taking multiple meetings at this point in the process.
1 of 9Peter G. Aiken/Getty ImagesThe frenzy may have slowed nearly a week into the NFL’s free agency period, but there are still plenty of big-name players looking for a new team.
Some position groups have been exhausted faster than others; currently, there is a plethora of defensive tackles and running backs still available.
Knowing what we do about each team’s estimated available cap space as well as reports of meetings and interest, we can make some informed predictions about where the best players still on the market will be playing in 2017.
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