33 of the PFT’s Top 100 free agents still available

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Thursday was another busy day for NFL free agents, although there was no change to the status of the top player available on PFT’s Free Agent Top 100.

It’s still cornerback Ronald Darby, who visited the Chiefs on Wednesday night but has not landed a job that will allow him to come back from the torn ACL he suffered while with the Eagles last year. He leads a list of 33 unattached free agents on the list as Friday gets underway.

Giants wide receiver Golden Tate, Chiefs defensive end Alex Okafor, Bears safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Cowboys defensive lineman Christian Covington, 49ers cornerback Jason Verrett, Saints quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and Giants linebacker Markus Golden were the players to come off the board over the last 24 hours.

Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh joins Darby as the only players available in the top 25. Cornerback Bryce Callahan and defensive end Ziggy Ansah are just behind them on a list that’s getting smaller by the day.

13 responses to “33 of the PFT’s Top 100 free agents still available

  1. Suh is still a very good player. He doesn’t get a lot of tackles and sacks on the stat sheet, because he’s usually tying up blockers so other players can make the plays. Definitely a player opposing offenses have to account for still.

  2. It’s amazing to watch the free agent frenzy. Every year teams spend and spend and never make it to the Super Bowl , The Pats continue to shop at the basement level and replace former first rounders and notable players with potential prospects. Their financial discipline is extraordinary. Maybe this is the year they fade but my money is on them to coach up the deplorable and again win the AFC East. Pennell, LaCosse, Harris and the rest will be interesting to watch. They lost, Trent Brown, Flowers, Brown, Allen, Rowe, and Patterson and they still will survive without handing out crazy money.

  3. bottlenose1957 says:
    March 15, 2019 at 8:43 am
    Suh is still a very good player. He doesn’t get a lot of tackles and sacks on the stat sheet, because he’s usually tying up blockers so other players can make the plays.
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    On the Rams it was Aaron Donald tying up blocks. Suh likely saw mostly one blocker all season, and he did have a decent season, but, probably in the opinion of most, Suh has never been worth the money he has made to date.

  4. There are some that think Brandon Cooks and Stephon Gilmore were overpaid by the Pats. It’s not necessarily wrong to shop around in the free agent market.

  5. whywerule says:
    March 15, 2019 at 10:15 am
    bottlenose1957 says:
    March 15, 2019 at 8:43 am
    Suh is still a very good player. He doesn’t get a lot of tackles and sacks on the stat sheet, because he’s usually tying up blockers so other players can make the plays.
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    On the Rams it was Aaron Donald tying up blocks. Suh likely saw mostly one blocker all season, and he did have a decent season, but, probably in the opinion of most, Suh has never been worth the money he has made to date.
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    Suh was doubled team on 43% of snaps last year. Quit using next gen stats.

  6. tangotwo22 says:
    March 15, 2019 at 9:55 am
    It’s amazing to watch the free agent frenzy. Every year teams spend and spend and never make it to the Super Bowl , The Pats continue to shop at the basement level and replace former first rounders and notable players with potential prospects.
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    Ever heard of a free agent named Stephon Gilmore? Or how about D.Revis?

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