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 by RamsFanSince82
9 months ago
 Total posts:   5610  
 Joined:  Aug 20 2015
United States of America   So. Cal.

List of unrestricted free agents [Offense]

Drew Brees
Kirk Cousins
Jimmy Garoppolo
Case Keenum
Sam Bradford
Teddy Bridgewater
Josh McCown
Jay Cutler
Tom Savage
Blaine Gabbert
Mark Sanchez
Matt Moore
Geno Smith
Brock Osweiler
Ryan Fitzpatrick
Drew Stanton
Matt Barkley
Derek Anderson
Chad Henne
Chase Daniel
E.J. Manuel
Joe Webb
Kellen Clemens

Le’Veon Bell
Carlos Hyde
Isaiah Crowell
Dion Lewis
LeGarrette Blount
Rex Burkhead
Frank Gore
Eddie Lacy
Terrance West
Damien Williams
Jeremy Hill
Jerick McKinnon
Shane Vereen
Darren Sproles
Jamaal Charles
Alfred Morris
Orleans Darkwa
Charles Sims
Andre Ellington
Jordan Todman
Lance Dunbar
Christine Michael

John Kuhn
Mike Tolbert
Anthony Sherman
Zach Line
Derrick Coleman

Jarvis Landry
Allen Robinson
Sammy Watkins
Terrelle Pryor
Paul Richardson
Mike Wallace
Marqise Lee
Taylor Gabriel
Jordan Matthews
Eric Decker
Donte Moncrief
Dontrelle Inman
John Brown
Jaron Brown
Brice Butler
Kendall Wright
Albert Wilson
Danny Amendola
De’Anthony Thomas
Jeff Janis

Jimmy Graham
Tyler Eifert
Antonio Gates
Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Ben Watson
Trey Burton
Virgil Green
Niles Paul
Luke Willson
Ed Dickson
Crockett Gillmore
Darren Fells
Richard Rodgers
Anthony Fasano
Jeff Cumberland
Derek Carrier
Zach Miller
Logan Paulsen

Nate Solder
Justin Pugh
Cameron Fleming
Chris Hubbard
Greg Robinson
Andre Smith
Donald Stephenson
LaAdrian Waddle
Breno Giacomini
Bobby Hart
Chris Clark
Byron Bell
James Hurst
Eric Winston
Seantrel Henderson
Garry Gilliam
Michael Schofield
Will Beatty
Matt Tobin
Sam Young

Andrew Norwell
Weston Richburg
Jack Mewhort
Josh Kline
Brandon Fusco
John Sullivan
Matt Slauson
Luke Joeckel
Spencer Long
D.J. Fluker
Senio Kelemete
Ryan Jensen
Alex Boone
Jonathan Cooper
Travis Swanson
Zach Fulton
Jahri Evans
Patrick Omameh
Russell Bodine
Tom Compton
John Greco
Jermon Bushrod

 by RamsFanSince82
9 months ago
 Total posts:   5610  
 Joined:  Aug 20 2015
United States of America   So. Cal.

List of unrestricted free agents [Defense]

DeMarcus Lawrence
Ezekiel Ansah
Adrian Clayborn
Trent Murphy
Kony Ealy
Junior Galette
Julius Peppers
Connor Barwin
Alex Okafor
William Hayes
Tank Carradine
Aaron Lynch
Denico Autry
Devon Kennard
Kareem Martin
Sam Acho
Lamarr Houston
Barkevious Mingo
Courtney Upshaw
Jerry Attaochu
David Bass
Chris Smith
Arthur Moats
Ahmad Brooks
Dwight Freeney
Kerry Wynn
Erik Walden
Cassius Marsh
LaVar Edwards
George Johnson

Sheldon Richardson
Dontari Poe
Bennie Logan
Kyle Williams
Haloti Ngata
Star Lotulelei
DaQuan Jones
Cedric Thornton
Dominique Easley
John Hughes
Jay Bromley
Tom Johnson
Shamar Stephen
Beau Allen
Tony McDaniel
Justin Ellis
Ahtyba Rubin
Frostee Rucker
Brent Urban
John Jenkins
Ed Stinson
Pat Sims
Phil Taylor
Jarvis Jenkins
Jared Crick
Mike Pennel
Tenny Palepoi
Quinton Dial
Sealver Siliga
Jordan Hill
Ricky Jean-Francois
Arthur Jones

Navorro Bowman
Avery Williamson
Zach Brown
Demario Davis
Nigel Bradham
Tahir Whitehead
Jonathan Casillas
Ramon Humber
Paul Posluszny
Paul Worrilow
Jelani Jenkins
Kemal Ishmael
Todd Davis
Keenan Robinson
Preston Brown
Will Compton
Sean Weatherspoon
Michael Mauti
Jonathan Freeny
Justin Durant
Jon Bostic
Anthony Hitchens
Kevin Minter
Karlos Dansby
Sean Spence
Gerald Hodges
Dannell Ellerbe
Mason Foster
Akeem Ayers
Terence Garvin
Najee Goode
Spencer Paysinger
Jordan Tripp
Marquis Flowers
Bruce Carter
Christian Jones
Kevin Pierre-Louis
LaRoy Reynolds
Emmanuel Lamur
Brock Coyle
Kyle Wilber

Trumaine Johnson
Malcolm Butler
Vontae Davis
E.J. Gaines
Kyle Fuller
Aaron Colvin
Bashaud Breeland
Prince Amukamara
Morris Claiborne
Rashaan Melvin
Nickell Robey-Coleman
Byron Maxwell
Tramaine Brock
Tramon Williams
Johnathan Joseph
Terence Newman
Patrick Robinson
D.J. Hayden
Justin Bethel
Robert McClain
Marcus Williams
Alterraun Verner
T.J. Carrie
Ross Cockrell
Brent Grimes
Nevin Lawson
Davon House
Sterling Moore
Kenneth Acker
Bene Benwikere
Dontae Johnson
Leonard Johnson
Deshawn Shead
Phillip Gaines
Leon Hall
Marcus Sherels
Johnson Bademosi
Brice McCain
Asa Jackson
Terrance Mitchell
Pierre Desir
Blidi Wreh-Wilson
Shareece Wright
Leon McFadden
Darryl Morris
Brandon Boykin
Sherrick McManis
Teddy Williams
Sheldon Price

Lamarcus Joyner
Kenny Vaccaro
Eric Reid
Morgan Burnett
T.J. Ward
Tre Boston
Reggie Nelson
Tavon Wilson
Michael Thomas
Tyvon Branch
Bradley McDougald
Nat Berhe
Walt Aikens
Corey Graham
Marcus Gilchrist
Darius Butler
Jairus Byrd
DeAngelo Hall
Matthew Slater
Cody Davis
Terrence Brooks
Keith Tandy
Don Carey
Nate Allen
Eddie Pleasant
Chris Prosinski
Antone Exum
Keith McGill
Shamarko Thomas
Colt Anderson
Steven Terrell
Rafael Bush
Nate Ebner

 by RamsFanSince82
9 months ago
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 Joined:  Aug 20 2015
United States of America   So. Cal.

Before getting to the preliminary list of the top 25 unrestricted free agents of 2018 below, there are a few disclaimers to cover.

Many of the biggest names won't ever make it to free agency because they'll get a long-term deal or the franchise tag. The trade market -- especially at quarterback -- figures to be more active than ever in a league where fewer teams have real salary-cap issues. There will inevitably also be a few surprise names added to the free-agent pool when teams begin to make roster cuts before the start of the new league year on March 14.

Add that all up and it's safe to expect a much different set of rankings by the time Chris Wesseling and I post our annual Top 101 Free Agents list in late February. The players are ranked below by their ability to impact a team for the next two to three years -- this does not necessarily reflect who will make the most money.


Jimmy Garoppolo


Now that 49ers general manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan had a franchise quarterback fall in their laps, there is no chance they will let Jimmy GQ get away. He seems likely to get the franchise tag as a gateway to a long-term deal, which could make him one of the sport's highest-paid players after only seven career starts.


Kirk Cousins


Washington GM Bruce Allen will make the first move in answering the biggest question of this offseason: Will the Redskins allow Cousins to reset the QB market as a free agent?


Drew Brees


It's hard to imagine Brees going anywhere after such a successful season in New Orleans, although his contract will be complicated, considering his age (39 on Jan. 15) and legendary franchise status. It's worth noting that Brees found his last protracted contract talks in 2012 " extremely frustrating" before he missed OTAs and mandatory minicamp.


Le'Veon Bell


After loading Bell up with 406 touches in the regular season, it's theoretically possible Pittsburgh will let Bell walk away like the Cowboys did with DeMarco Murray a few years back. Tagging Bell again at the price of $14.54 million makes more sense.


Demarcus Lawrence


The 25-year-old timed his career season just right. There's no chance the Cowboys will allow the breakout pass rusher to leave, so a franchise tag appears likely here.


Allen Robinson


He's coming off a torn ACL, but Robinson had already established himself as one of the best young receivers in football before the injury. Considering how much money the Jaguars have spent on the defense, it would make no sense for them to let an offensive cornerstone get away.


Teddy Bridgewater


The Minnesota front office knows so much more than any other team about Bridgewater's skill set, makeup and health. That's why a short-term deal to stay in Minnesota makes the most sense for a player who still has the high ceiling of a franchise quarterback, but who carries plenty of risk, too.


Sheldon Richardson


Seattle gave up a second-round pick to acquire Richardson in a win-now move. It will be telling to see if the Seahawks try to keep him after a good, not great, season. It's a little worrisome that Richardson's best play came way back in 2014.


Ezekiel Ansah


He would have been better off hitting free agency before two injury-plagued years, but Ansah is still a strong every-down starter at a position with few quality options in free agency.


Jarvis Landry


Only Antonio Brown and Julio Jones have caught more passes than Landry since the LSU product entered the league in 2014. He doesn't have the downfield chops to earn No. 1 receiver money, but a difference-maker in the slot is still plenty worthy, and it sounds like the Dolphins might be ready to say goodbye.


Sammy Watkins


For all the potential here, Watkins has only produced 1,023 yards over the last two years combined. Jared Goff looked to Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp more often than he did to Watkins, but the Rams might use the franchise tag on the 24-year-old to see if they can get more out of him after a full offseason of work.


Lamarcus Joyner


Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips knew just how to maximize Joyner as a safety/cornerback hybrid who loves to hit and can cover the slot. There are a lot of teams looking for a player just like Joyner, and the Rams have a long to-do list this offseason. Speaking of which ...


Trumaine Johnson


The best cornerback on one of the best teams in football often traveled with the opposition's best receiver. Johnson is just the type of quality starter/sub- Pro Bowl player who often gets paid like a superstar in free agency.


Case Keenum


Keenum was available for nearly a month during free agency last year, settling for a $2 million deal to be Sam Bradford's backup in Minnesota. Now he's set to make life-changing money as a starting quarterback, whether it's with the Vikings or elsewhere.


Andrew Norwell


An undrafted player in 2014, Norwell has been a rock-solid starter for three years before elevating his play to All-Pro status in 2017. (He remains so under-the-radar that he was lost in the shuffle on the original version of this list.) In a league awash with offensive-line issues, he's as safe a free agent bet as it gets and will get paid accordingly.


Malcolm Butler


A hanging contract situation and the arrival of Stephon Gilmore has loomed over Butler's worst season as a starter, but he still plays the position with rare tenacity. It sure looks like Bill Belichick will let Butler's storybook career go elsewhere.


Dontari Poe


Unhappy with the offers in last year's market, Poe settled for a one-year "prove-it" deal. He proved he's a quality rotational player, but probably not worth the top-notch deal he's looking for.


Dion Lewis


He was one of the five best running backs in football in December, showing surprising power and rare ability to make defenders miss every snap. Durability questions, however, make him a risky bet.


Justin Pugh


Rock-solid starting guards with the flexibility to play tackle make a lot of money in free agency.


Nate Solder


Tom Brady's blind-side protector is probably a league-average starting left tackle, which will be worth plenty to some. His leadership and athleticism are both plusses, but the Patriots might not want to give him big money entering his age-30 season.


Sam Bradford


This is a cop-out ranking, either way. Too optimistic about Bradford's health or a little low, considering the value of a league-average starting quarterback. No one seems to know if his knees can withstand the rigors of another full season.


Star Lotulelei


He hasn't quite lived up to his billing as a dominant run-stuffer, but there are only so many humans his size with his playing experience.


Bashaud Breeland


Breeland is not as steady as teams want a No. 1 cornerback to be, but his top-end ability will tempt some team to spend big money.


Morgan Burnett


A reliable starting safety whose value often was best seen when he was out of the lineup for Green Bay.


Carlos Hyde


Given Hyde's creativity and versatility as a runner and receiver, it's not a great sign that he was so uneven under 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan.

Notable omissions (in alphabetical order):
Nigel Bradham, LB, Eagles
Vontae Davis, CB, free agent
Tyler Eifert, TE, Bengals
Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks
Brent Grimes, CB, Buccaneers
Marqise Lee, WR, Jaguars
Jordan Matthews, WR, Bills
Jerick McKinnon, RB, Vikings
Julius Peppers, DE, Panthers
Terrelle Pryor, WR, Redskins
Eric Reid, S, 49ers
Weston Richburg, C, Giants
Kenny Vaccaro, S, Saints
Mike Wallace, WR, Ravens

 by BobCarl
9 months ago
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Poland   LA Coliseum

thanks for the info .... lots of interesting names there.

I wonder if Rex Burkhead has anything left in the tank?

 by Hacksaw
9 months ago
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 Joined:  Apr 15 2015
United States of America   AT THE BEACH

No block, No bueno.

On the Rams everyone has to expect that their over all target numbers will be down. Just ask Watkins.. Just want guys who makes the catches when you get your number called..

 by Dick84
9 months ago
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 Joined:  Oct 29 2015
Italy   LA Coliseum

Hacksaw wrote:No block, No bueno.

On the Rams everyone has to expect that their over all target numbers will be down. Just ask Watkins.. Just want guys who makes the catches when you get your number called..

I don't necessarily agree.
The Rams were 19th in plays per game this season... almost 5 back from the top of the league.. even 2 more plays per game would mean 32 more targets, potentially. They had a lot of short fields this year.

 by Hacksaw
9 months ago
 Total posts:   13506  
 Joined:  Apr 15 2015
United States of America   AT THE BEACH

Dick84 wrote:I don't necessarily agree.
The Rams were 19th in plays per game this season... almost 5 back from the top of the league.. even 2 more plays per game would mean 32 more targets, potentially. They had a lot of short fields this year.

Gotta get back atcha'. :shock: :shock:

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