The 2013 NFL free-agency season is entering its twilight with fewer and fewer players available on the market. Many of the players left are veterans who have lost a step or younger or middle-aged players who are recovering from injuries.
Sometimes it's difficult to comb through the piles of has-beens and will-bes to find that great final piece before the NFL draft.
This is the time of the year when the best general managers make their hay. They're looking for that savvy veteran who will complete their puzzle by mentoring younger players while still competing at a high level.
This year's remaining unrestricted free agents are all part of a mixed bag. There are several players who can easily start on teams, but many who are nothing more than role players at best. Several positions, like running back and linebacker, still have some quality players, while quarterback and cornerback, for example, are well picked over.
All things considered, here is a list of the best unrestricted free agents remaining at each position.