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1. Sebastian Vollmer, T: It's amazing that he may get less money than Jermon Bushrod. Sign this man!

2. Andre Smith, T: The longer this goes, the better chance he will re-sign with the Bengals.

3. Greg Jennings, WR: Look for him to sign with the Vikings or the Packers shortly. He didn't have the market he expected.

4. Jake Long, T: Assuming his physical is now over, it looks like he's choosing between the Dolphins and the Rams. Jeff Fisher and Jared Cook both went Rams in this scenario.

5. Brent Grimes, CB: Coming off a torn Achilles' tendon makes Grimes a difficult player to evaluate, but the talent is there.

6. Aqib Talib, CB: The Patriots have patiently waited out the cornerback market. Talib seems destined to return to New England or join the Redskins.

7. Antoine Winfield, CB: Tough as nails and versatile, Winfield is like a perfect short-term addition for a contender.

8. Dustin Keller, TE: Keller is reportedly asking for the moon, so the Dolphins didn't bite. The Giants and Bills are rumored to be interested.

9. Ed Reed, S: The southern hospitality shown by the Texans should result in a contract, unless Pitbull gets in the way.

10. Fred Davis, TE: Like Keller, he's coming off an injury-plagued year. Unlike Keller, there are big off-field concerns. The Browns or Redskins should get him.

11. Brandon Moore, G: He can start 16 games at a cheap price.

Starters with questions
12. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB: Teams may wait until Bradshaw is fully healthy this offseason to sign him.

13. Dwight Freeney, DE: The Patriots could sign him in an Adam Vinatieri-in-reverse type of move.

14. Osi Umenyiora, DE: Osi is beginning to realize all those long-term offers from the Giants weren't so bad.

15. Richard Seymour, DL: He wants big money and could wait out teams looking for an injury replacement in camp.

16. Michael Huff, S/CB: A surprise late addition to the free agent market, Huff still has some good years left.

17. Nnamdi Asomugha, CB: San Francisco and New Orleans are the two most likely landing spots for Asomugha.

18. Eric Winston, T: He probably has to wait for Vollmer and Smith to sign.

19. James Harrison, LB: He's not getting a ton of interest, but he could go revenge mode by signing in Baltimore.

20. The wheel of starting kickers: A few kickers have signed, but Phil Dawson, Jason Hanson, and Steven Hauschka are still out there.

Effective in the right role:
21. Adam Jones, CB: He's most likely to return to Cincinnati, especially if Terence Newman leaves.

22. Louis Delmas, S: The Lions still want Delmas, even though they signed Glover Quin. It looks like San Francisco or Detroit.

23. Willie Colon, G/T: He should be signed as a high-risk, high-reward guard.

24. Matt Shaughnessy, DL: One of our favorite value pickups, the former Raider has talked with the Cardinals and Titans.

25. Israel Idonije, DE: He doesn't fit in every system, but he should make a nice third DE for some team.

26. Beanie Wells, RB: The Steelers checked out Wells' knee. There are big health concerns here.

27. Rey Maualuga, ILB: He visited the Cardinals, but didn't get an offer he liked. The Giants or a return to the Bengals remains possible.


28. Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB: There aren't a lot of obvious fits for Fitz. Maybe a return to the Bengals?

29. Daryl Smith, LB: Teams don't pay linebackers over 30 that don't rush the passer.

30. Antoine Cason, CB: He has an agent that likes to leak interest. A visit to the Cardinals hasn't resulted in a deal.

31. John Abraham, DE: He's battling Freeney for a potential job with the Patriots.

32. Shane Lechler, P: Punters are people too.

33. Bryant McKinne, T: Like Seymour, McKinnie could be an addition late in the offseason for a team in need.

34. Mike Jenkins, CB: It's really not hard to find a cornerback this year. It is hard to find a really good one.

35. Adrian Wilson, S: He could join New England's veterans-looking-for-a-ring stew.

36. Sedrick Ellis, DT: I'm surprised some coach out there doesn't think he can turn Ellis' career around.

37. Felix Jones, RB: He'll get a job, but there's no guarantee he'll have much of a role.

38. Charles Woodson, S: 

39. Brad Jones, LB: 

40. Brian Urlacher, LB: 

Best of the rest: Victor Butler, LB; Karlos Dansby, LB; Danny Woodhead, RB; Julian Edelman, WR; Michael Turner, RB; Kerry Rhodes, S; Michael Boley, LB; Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR; DeAngelo Hall, CB; Antwan Barnes, LB; Brandon Gibson, WR; Shaun Phillips, OLB; LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB; Dawan Landry, S; Ronde Barber, CB/S; Nick Barnett, LB; Kevin Walter, WR; Jason Campbell, QB,; Peyton Hillis, RB; Greg Jones, FB; Bernard Scott, RB; Takeo Spikes, LB; Tracy Porter, CB; Cedric Benson, RB; Brandon Myers, TE.


Source: NFL.com




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