As the Cleveland Browns wrap up minicamp, there are still five unsigned free agents that the team should contact.
CEO Joe Banner is building what he hopes will be a young, sustainable group of aggressive players entering their prime who can grow together.
High-profile free-agent newcomers Paul Kruger and Desmond Bryant—both age 27—are perfect examples of that.
So who is left on the open market who could still help the Browns?
Older veteran stars such as Dwight Freeney, John Abraham and Dallas Clark are out of the question because of their ages and their likely demand for expensive contracts.
Safety Kerry Rhodes remains available and played on defensive coordinator Ray Horton's defense last season in Arizona. The Browns' inexperienced secondary could use the help. Not gobbling him up could speak volumes of Horton's opinion of Rhodes.
The Browns' quarterback group seems full with the addition of Brian Hoyer while running back and the defensive line are bursting at the seams with personnel.
Let's break down the most likely candidates to wear an orange helmet in 2013 at positions in need of depth or further competition.