With NFL training camp starting in a week, there's more than an entire team of free agent stars still without a place to play.
The following group of players could probably put together a decent win-loss record (depending on its schedule of competiton). As injuries mount in training camp, many of these players will get a phone call or two to suit up. Until then, lets take a look at who's still on the free agent market.
QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick
The Jets and Fitzpatrick can't seem to get together, and New York fans are bracing for the worst (Geno Smith as starter QB). Chances are, something will happen in the next week once the urgency of camp sets in.
RB: Joique Bell
After Arian Foster was taken off the board when he signed with the Dolphins Monday, former Lion back Bell was the best left on the board.
WR: Anquan Bolden, Roddy White, James Jones
This trio is over 32 years old, and that's a red flag for NFL teams. But these three are all excellent route runners, and could be veteran leaders in any locker room. No chance they all stay unemployed.
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TE: Owen Daniels
Daniels is a Super Bowl champion and has 36 career touchdowns. The tight end market is not an active one however.
OL: Eugene Monroe, Amini Silatolu, Louis Vasquez, Ben Grubbs, Jahri Evans
These five guys are all established NFL veterans and some, like Grubbs, were even taken in the first round. And two of them, guards Silatolu and Vasquez, are even under 30.
DE: Greg Hardy, Chris Canty
Two household names here, but Hardy obviously comes with some baggage. Both would add to a team's sack total — but at what cost?
DB: Donte Whitner, Leon Hall, Brandon Boykin, Antonio Cromartie
A few years ago this secondary would have been elite. Now, these big names are free agents based on age or diminishing performance. It will be interesting to see if anyone decides to take a chance.
DT: Sammie Lee Hill, Randy Starks
Two more defensive veterans who played in 2015. Starks has 42 career sacks.
LB: Stephen Tulloch, O’Brien Schofield, Dwight Freeney
Freeney has 119.5 career sacks but at age 36, he may be forced to retire earlier than he wants to.