We have reached the point in NFL free agency when squads can pick up quite a few bargains.
With teams concentrating on the draft, the big-money contracts are long gone, so now it’s a matter of some veterans inking short-term contracts for less-than-scintillating money.
Here, we'll highlight eight of the numerous players who are still on the market and what they may possibly cost (or what teams may be willing to give them) in 2014. The selections here are based on players currently most often mentioned when it comes to the market these days.
Others such as defensive end/outside linebacker Anthony Spencer, cornerback Asante Samuel, wide receiver Miles Austin and quarterback Matt Flynn are among the many who have not garnered a lot of attention...yet.
Players are listed alphabetically by last name.
Projected contract values are a result of looking at the 2014 free-agent market at each position and evaluating what a player would command, given his career body of work as well as his recent performance. We may have thrown in a little extra in some cases, so each veteran has a little pocket money.
Now, let's see how long any of these performers remain out of work.