- DE/OLB Jadaveon Clowney
The freak player has gathered offers from the likes of the Cleveland Browns, but that hot free agent spot isn’t convincing for the former No. 1 overall pick. Clowney posted a mere three sacks in 2019, but his production and value went far beyond that. He brought four forced fumbles and a defensive touchdown for the third straight year. The DE/OLB is waiting for the right fit and offer to maximize his unique potential
Potential fits: Seahawks, Saints, 49ers, and Titans
- DE Everson Griffin
Griffin’s tenure with the Vikings ended after 10 seasons. That won’t stop the player who had 8 sacks in 2019 from seeing the field with a new team in 2020. Griffin can’t play linebacker like Clowney, but the former Viking can kick inside and be an interior monster on pass-rushing downs. The 265-pound athlete who runs a 4.4 40 yard dash was dominating the Saints guard Andrus Peat in the playoff match. Griffin might be back in the NFC North, according to the latest news. CBS Sports has cited that the Packers and Griffin hold mutual interest.
Potential teams: Packers, Vikings, and Lions.
- CB Logan Ryan
Logan Ryan had a quality year in 2019 and that impressed the players enough to vote him to no. 60 on the top 100 players list.
Logan Ryan had 4 interceptions last season, to go along with 4 forced fumbles. The player who can play the slot corner and outside spot is fixed on playing for a team that will pay 10+ million a year for his services. Ryan is just 29 years old, but hoping to get a short term contract.
Potential teams: New York Jets and Miami Dolphins
- WR Josh Gordan
The best wide receiver left in free agency is without a doubt, Josh Gordan. Gordon is still loaded with potential. The former All-Pro wide receiver who put up 1,600 yards in 2013 is still 29 years old and has a few years left in the tank. Gordon could benefit from the Antonio Brown suspension and look to get picked up by a contending team that needs his large amounts of talent. An NFL insider has said that he fully expects Seattle to bring back the free-agent wide receiver.
Potential teams: Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots
- DT Damon Harrison
Damon Harrison, aka known as “snacks”, might be one of the best overall run pluggers in the NFL. Snacks has said that he plans on waiting a bit longer before making a decision on his team in 2020. He claims to have turned down a few offers and he’s fine with his status. Snacks had 2 sacks, 50 tackles in 2019, but his value is essential as somebody who can push the line of the scrimmage back and create many opportunities for the front seven.
Potential fits: Seahawks and Cowboys