28 players still available on PFT’s Free Agent Top 100

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The steady flow of signings since free agency officially opened last Wednesday has taken almost three-quarters of PFT’s Free Agent Top 100 list off the board.

Free agency opened at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday afternoon and Sunday morning finds 72 of the players who were on the list off the market. Tight end Tyler Eifert‘s return to the Bengals and linebacker Jake Ryan‘s move to the Jaguars were the most recent changes to the group.

Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, our No. 23 free agent, is the highest-ranked player still on the list. Defensive end Ziggy Ansah is the only other player left in the top 30 and there are four other players ranked in the top 50 still looking for work.

Tight end Jared Cook is the highest-rated offensive player at No. 42 and only six of the 28 players left on the list play on the offensive side of the ball. Kicker Stephen Gostkowski, who is No. 95, is the only specialist in that group.

20 responses to “28 players still available on PFT’s Free Agent Top 100

  1. “Never try until next contract looms” Suh wants another massive contract, and with the draft coming up, I wonder how excited people really are to sign him.

  2. When a player with great talent like Suh bounces from team to team , there has to be something else not good.

  3. I think Ndamukong Suh’s reputation of taking plays off (accurate or not) is hurting him.

  4. I can see Cobb or Cook going to the Pats. Suh will probably either go to the Raiders or Seahawks since he wants to stay on the west coast and the others not sure the big name free agents have already been claimed so I can’t see a mad dash for any of the others besides Ansah. Gostkowski is a mystery though since he is great kicker but is getting up there in age.

  5. Anyone sign Clay Matthews yet? I’m hoping the Packers move him inside for the right price.

  6. @PatsFan1820: Suh has said he wants to stay on west coast? He was there 1 year. Literally hasn’t been near west coast his entire career before last year.

  7. A lot of good players left that will either have to take low money deals or wait for the inevitable injuries in training camp and the first few games

  8. bagbolt says:
    March 17, 2019 at 10:02 am
    Suh played better than Donald in the SB, but I still wouldn’t want him on my team.

    Donald was doubled the entire game. heck, the entire season.

  9. Blame the compensatory pick game for these guys dangling another month. By then teams just throw them a cheap contract and say take it or leave it.

  10. As a Viking fan I would like to see Gostkowski signed and Cobb as a slot receiver if the price is right.

  11. Suh is still one of the top three dirtiest players in the league. Teams with a good character filter won’t sign him, even if he is a starter-quality player.

  12. What about Chris Hogan? Remember his one-armed catch on 3rd & 8 in the playoff game vs. KC? He’s not in the top 100?

  13. How have the Bears not signed Gostkowski yet? They should do whatever they can to sign him.

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