Top 25 remaining free agents

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Of PFT’s original list of 100 free agents, NFL teams have tagged or agreed to terms with most. But teams have made moves since then. Here is our list of the top 25 free agents currently on the market:

1. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton

2. Seahawks edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney

3. Titans cornerback Logan Ryan

4. Vikings edge rusher Everson Griffen

5. Saints offensive guard Larry Warford

6. Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters

7. Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham

8. Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard

9. Giants linebacker Markus Golden

10. Packers cornerback Tramon Williams

11. Buccaneers offensive tackle Demar Dotson

12. Rams linebacker Clay Matthews

13. Jets offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum

14. Falcons running back Devonta Freeman

15. Jets cornerback Trumaine Johnson

16. Lions defensive tackle Damon Harrison

17. Lions defensive lineman Mike Daniels

18. Panthers safety Eric Reid

19. Dolphins safety Reshad Jones

20. Jaguars defensive tackle Marcell Dareus

21. Eagles defensive lineman Vinny Curry

22. Bears receiver Taylor Gabriel

23. Rams quarterback Blake Bortles

24. Cowboys defensive lineman Michael Bennett

25. Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick

20 responses to “Top 25 remaining free agents

  1. Winston was just a few notches above Brady on your top 100.

    Brady’s jersey sales says the public, and anyone else, thinks Winston was more than a few notches below Old Man Brady.

    Also, there’s no one who thinks Winston is the top of any list. Unless the list is “the worst from top to bottom”.

  2. Winston is at the top because he’s a QB, guys who play that position usually get paid lots of money.

  3. Browns need #3 WR: Give Perriman the contract we should have given him a year ago and come home to Cleveland. He proved it here and else where. Come home please.

  4. In no sane world is Winston the number one free agent. He’s been an NFL QB for 5 years and has consistently been mediocre at best. He’s have a variety of coaches and has been given every opportunity to succeed. But he hasn’t, not even close. Sure, he threw for a lot of yards, but that means NOTHING when you turn the ball over so frequently. Turnovers are a team (and coach) killer.

  5. Anderson should know that in a WR rich draft youth and cheapness are available. Take what you can now, for a year, and just be grateful the Bill’s vacancy has been filled.

  6. Winston at 1 and funchess above rhodes… yeah, u know about football as much as my dog

  7. Winston threw 30 picks in 2019,… 88 picks in his 5 yr career.
    If he signs,… it’s most likely as a back up.
    But there could be a desperate GM looking for a QB on the cheap. Chargers ?

  8. Winston 30/30 looked odd being ranked above TB. But seeing him Above Clowney is ridiculous. He may end up as a backup when it’s all said and done. He should probably be between Nigel Bradham and Markus Golden. Mostly because neither of them is a household name, which Winston will cease to be after this year.

  9. Winston’s a poor man’s Jim Everette. He’ll give you a ton of yards and a ton of picks and a ton of losses. He’s also not a good leader. Can’t see a landing spot for him even as a mentor.

  10. Clowney is WAY over hyped. He had a total of 3 sacks last year. He has never reached double digit sacks and was only good when JJ was being double and triple teamed. He is still getting hyped off that one play against Michigan.

  11. How about a big time left tackle…. I know Trent isn’t a FA, but he’s gotta start showing up some where as an elite available talent. Skins won’t get the 2nd they want but a late 3rd would do it, then the contract which is the real issue.
    Logan Ryasn to Detroit…. This is coaches, GM’s last stand best throw caution and money in the wind.

  12. Germain Ifedi is a former number 1 pick that Petey liked and touted. Turns out to be a bust. He will probably re-sign with Penny-pinching Mode for peanuts.

  13. Who made the misprint putting Eli Apple at 5. Or is Jerry Reece doing this list?

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