In March, PFT ranked the top 100 free agents available.
As the calendar flips to June, 90 of those free agents are now under contract.
Of the ten unsigned players, one — Brian Urlacher — is rather unlikely to sign another deal, having recently announced his retirement.
Another top 100 player — the Giants’ Victor Cruz — is left to sign his tender as a restricted free agent with New York or to negotiate another outcome with the club. The window for him to sign elsewhere is long closed.
In any event, Cruz figures to be on the field this season.
This leaves us with eight top-100 players unsigned and unrestricted.
Only two are ranked in the top 50: defensive tackle Richard Seymour (No. 42) and defensive end John Abraham (No. 43). Seymour has reportedly been linked to the Falcons. Abraham, meanwhile, is the best pass rusher left.
Six of the eight free agents still unsigned in our top 100 are defensive players. Four are defensive linemen, with defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis (No. 66) and defensive end Israel Idonije (No. 79) joining Seymour and Abraham to make a pretty solid starting four-man front still available.
The other defensive players unsigned are outside linebacker Daryl Smith (No. 63) and inside linebacker Nick Barnett (No. 89).
Former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is the top offensive player left in our rankings (No. 76). Also unsigned is offensive guard Brandon Moore (No. 97).
Moore is an accomplished, dependable player — a team leader. He’s made 137 consecutive starts, all for the Jets.
Moore is also one of six free agents 31 or older who remains unsigned on our list, with Seymour, Abraham, Smith, Idonije and Barnett the others.
Bradshaw, meanwhile, is just 27, but he has had foot issues.
Which brings us to Ellis. He turns 28 in September. Five years ago, he was the No. 7 overall pick of New Orleans.
On Friday, Ellis visited the Patriots. A one-year flier on him would make sense for New England.
You could say the same for everyone still unsigned in our top 100, really. Here’s a group with some players who would seem to have something left to give.
Now, we wait to see where they land.