Free agency has entered its second wave, with things becoming extremely slow on the open market. Soon, the prices will begin to drop for a group of fairly talented players still lingering. Here are the top 20...
1. Sebastian Vollmer: The market hasn't evolved properly for right tackles.
2. Andre Smith: Vollmer and Smith will likely be signed right after one another.
3. Brent Grimes: Looked like he'd be back in Atlanta. Now who knows what's next for him after losing virtually all of 2012 due to injury.
4. Elvis Dumervil: Crap hit the fan in Denver and now nobody knows where he'll end up.
5. Brandon Moore: Aging but he's had some good years and is the only guard left on the market.
6. Daryl Smith: Another guy who might only get a one-year deal because of injury questions.
7. Fred Davis: He'll likely get a one-year deal, too, but because of behavioral concerns.
8. Eric Winston: Another victim of the right tackle market.
9. Alan Branch: Surprised a solid cog from Seattle's great defense isn't getting much love.
10. Bernard Pollard: Hard-hitting, passionate safety released for cap reasons in Baltimore.
11. Justin Durant: Quality potential starter in a 4-3 defense.
12. Antoine Winfield: The 35-year-old could have some gas left in the tank. Don't be surprised if he returns to Minnesota.
13. Captain Munnerlyn: Young and has some decent advanced stats. Could be a starter in some cities.
14. Sedrick Ellis: A pure pass rusher who's only 27.
15. Victor Butler: The underrated 25-year-old pass rusher left Pittsburgh without a contract.
16. Dwight Freeney: Here's where we begin our "washed-up and overpaid" category to finish the list.
17. John Abraham: Reportedly visiting the Broncos on Thursday after their snafu with Dumervil.
18. Karlos Dansby: The 31-year-old was released by the Dolphins last week.
19. Osi Umenyiora: Could end up in Atlanta to replace Abraham as old defensive ends play musical chairs.
20. Nnamdi Asomugha: I don't think he has a lot left, but he'd still be a solid depth corner at 32.