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PFT ranks the top 100 free agents

Cliff Avril AP

Earlier Wednesday evening, PFT published its rankings of the top 100 free agents in the Class of 2013. In addition to unrestricted free agents, we have included restricted free agents and recently released players. We have not, however, included franchise-tagged players.

Numerous factors were considered in compiling the rankings, including age, position value, career performance, 2012 performance and playmaking ability.

I won’t offer any spoilers in this space regarding the composition of the top 100, though you can safely assume the player pictured here is one of the top free agents available. However, I will say this: the Class of 2013 will be fascinating to watch. To me, it’s the Adam Dunn of free-agent groups. There will be home runs, and there will be strikeouts.

And we will be here to track it all.

 

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7 Responses to “PFT ranks the top 100 free agents”
  1. tdshouldbeinthehall says: Mar 6, 2013 7:32 PM

    Who’s Adam Dunn? Baseball is like watching grass grow. BORING!

  2. nineroutsider says: Mar 6, 2013 8:03 PM

    Spring Training baseball is boring just like preseason football. Good baseball is fantastic…poor baseball is just like watching the Jags and Jets on Thursday night.

    Once you know the game well, baseball is a great sport and easily my #2 behind pro football.

  3. rayray5227 says: Mar 6, 2013 8:05 PM

    It might be just me but I think Andy Reids gonna go after some of his old players; Namdi or Rodgers.

  4. cosanostra71 says: Mar 6, 2013 9:16 PM

    Delanie Walker is better than #67

  5. patssteelersorgiants says: Mar 6, 2013 9:32 PM

    Maybe Reid can go after David Akers, he didn’t do enough to destroy the guy in Philly so why not try again?

  6. rockthered1286 says: Mar 6, 2013 9:33 PM

    Seriously?! Ellerbe is the 4TH best FA from the Ravens?! Have you watched a single Ravens game this past year?! Let me fill you in:
    Paul Kruger- 10.5 sacks, 6 of which came in 3 games against rookie tackles and the rest once Sizzle came back and teams focused on him. System guy.
    Cary Williams- 1 big play for every 15 blown ones. Great at playing 15 yds off the line, not physical, bites on double moves and falls down a ton.
    Ed Reed- demands respect but whiffs on tackles and gets hurt every time he makes one.
    Danell Ellerbe- stepped in where Ray did not. Fast. Physical. Plays the run hard and covers well. Nose for the ball. Only flaw is the occasional hammy pull.

    Essentially the order for these 4 should be Ellerbe, Reed, Kruger, Williams.

  7. rhodeislandpatriotsfan says: Mar 6, 2013 9:53 PM

    Aqib Talib over Wes Welker? Surely you jest!

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