Ever experience a strong case of deja vu?
A few weeks before the free-agency period began on March 11, we took the opportunity to speculate which unrestricted or “street” free agent each of the 32 NFL teams might target as a bargain acquisition. We defined "bargain" as a player who was looking to start over elsewhere, a one-time well-paid veteran who was looking to hang on a few more years or a performer who never quite lived up to billing.
Roughly six weeks later, many of those players have found jobs, although not necessarily with the teams predicted here. On the other hand, some have not and may still be a perfect fit for the clubs we forecast. It’s also worth noting that those salary-cap casualties changed the market in late February as well.
So as the open market and the money begin to dry up, here are 32 more bargains, one for NFL customer.
A reminder when it comes to this list: While we are very aware that not every team uses free agency equally and prefers to add talent via the draft, we are simply suggesting that every team sign one player. And we feel that the vast majority of these clubs would add these performers at a one-year discount price.