Safety Charles Woodson is still up for grabs.
With the NFL free-agency period in full swing again after the draft, some of the top free agents are still without homes.
Charles Woodson, Ahmad Bradshaw, Brian Urlacher and others are still looking for new homes in 2013.
As teams begin to set their rosters for training camp, here are where the top free agents left in 2013 will land this summer.
Charles Woodson is still available.
Where He'll End Up: Denver Broncos
Charles Woodson is trying to make it 16 years in the NFL this fall. But to do that, he has to find a team willing to take him.
According to NBC Sports, Woodson was a potential target of the San Francisco 49ers. But the reigning NFC champions traded up in the first round to draft safety Eric Reid out of LSU, so the team addressed that need.
Now, it seems that Denver is the best option for the former All-Pro.
With Champ Bailey and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie playing cornerback for the Broncos, Woodson would be an excellent addition to a secondary that had only 16 interceptions last year.
And the Broncos certainly know what it's like to have someone who's seasoned in the secondary as Brian Dawkins played his final three seasons in Denver.
If Woodson doesn't want to be forced into retirement because he can't find a home, Denver is the perfect place for him to go.
Brian Urlacher is still looking for a team in 2013.
Where He'll End Up: Retirement
As free agency drags on, it appears more and more likely that linebacker Brian Urlacher has played his last game in the NFL.
Nobody has expressed extreme interest in Urlacher after the Bears released him this offseason.
According to Jeffri Chadiha of ESPN, it is likely that Urlacher will be unable to find a home in 2013.
If he were to find one though, the Minnesota Vikings, one of the Bears' rivals in the NFC North, might be the best home.
Ahmad Bradshaw is still up for grabs to boost a team's backfield.
Where He'll End Up: Green Bay Packers
The biggest reason Bradshaw is still available is because he was just cleared to resume football activities at the end of April.
Prior to that, he was recovering from foot surgery.
The Green Bay Packers drafted two running backs last month, but Eddie Lacy and Jonathan Franklin may still need time to develop.
Until that happens, Bradshaw may be the solution. According to a Q&A session hosted by Vic Ketchman on Packers.com, Bradshaw would be a great bargain for the Packers to invest in.
Bradshaw had 1,015 yards rushing in 2012 for the Giants, so he's certainly an attractive free agent still available.
Coming off a bad year, Dwight Freeney still has a great resume.
Where He'll End Up: Tennessee Titans
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweeted on May 6 that Freeney is on the Titans' radar. He also said that fellow free agent and defensive end John Abraham is also being targeted by the Titans.
Either way, Freeney would be a great fit in Tennessee.
He's coming off a weak year in 2012, but with over 100 sacks in his career, Freeney still is attractive enough to find a home in 2013.
As the Titans look to rebuild, having a veteran Freeney to anchor its defensive line would be a terrific step forward for the organization.
John Abraham is a great defensive end still on the market.
Where He'll End Up: Tennessee Titans
While the Titans are pursuing Dwight Freeney, they've reportedly also shown interest in signing the former Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Abraham according to ESPN.
If the Titans secure both Freeney and Abraham, their defensive line would immediately become one of the most dangerous in the NFL. That would be a great step in the Titans' efforts to rebuild.
Abraham had 10 sacks in 2012, so he's certainly an attractive option at defensive end in the free-agency market.
He also turned down an offer to return to the Falcons, according to Kevin Patra of NFL.com, so it's clear that Abraham is looking for a new home.
Tennessee is the best fit.