2012 NFL Free Agency: Where the Best Available Remaining Free Agents Will Sign
The NFL draft is officially over, and teams are starting to get a feel of what their rosters might look like come training camp.
Teams who weren't able to get the particular player they were targeting in the draft will now turn to free-agency, to see which of the top performer from a season ago, will help out there team the most next season.
Here are a few free-agents, who have yet to find a place to call home next season, and could have an impact on your team this season.
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Burress provided Mark Sanchez with a big receiver, and was a great compliment next to Santonio Holmes.
His receiving yards were down from years past, yet he still managed to grab eight touchdowns.
The perfect landing sport for Burress would be in St. Louis.
Prediction: St. Louis Rams.
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Cedric Benson had a productive season for the Cincinnati Bengals a year ago, as he rushed for over 1,000-yards.
Since joining the Bengals back in 2008, Benson has reached the 1,000-yard mark in three straight seasons, and last year helped the Bengals reach the playoffs.
Benson is looking for another lucrative deal, but at this point in free-agency, it's highly unlikely that he gets what he wants.
It remains to be seen what kind of contract Benson ends up getting. However, I envision him returning to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals.
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Marcus McNeil is currently the top free agent offensive lineman available, and it remains to be seen where he will end up.
During his tenure with the San Diego Chargers, McNeil had a difficult time staying on the field due to injury problems.
However, when McNeil is on the field, he can be a very good left tackle.
Prediction: Chicago Bears.
Safety O.J. Atogwe is another interesting name that is still on the free agent market, and it remains to be seen where the veteran safety will end up.
Atogwe was released by the Washington Redskins earlier this off season, and there are a few teams who could use his services.
Despite drafting Mark Barron with the seventh overall pick, it wouldn't hurt to have a veteran safety in Tampa Bay.
Prediction: Detroit Lions