Tyson Clabo, OT
Last season got off to a horrendous start for Tyson Clabo.
The formerly solid right tackle for the Atlanta Falcons did not deliver for the Miami Dolphins, contributing early and often to Ryan Tannehill's franchise-record 58 sacks.
Clabo quietly turned things around after a few games, however, shoring up his pass protection when regaining his starting gig after being benched.
Eric Winston, OT
What does being elected the president of the NFLPA get you? Not a new contract, if Eric Winston's offseason is any indication.
Winston was a solid right tackle for the Arizona Cardinals, who could use a solid right tackle. Several other teams in the league are in the same boat, but this marks the second consecutive offseason in which Winston has seemingly few suitors.
Perhaps it's because he is in decline. The 30-year-old was among the worst-rated offensive tackles in the league last season over at Pro Football Focus (subscription required), allowing a ton of pressure on quarterback Carson Palmer.
Richie Incognito, OG
If we can set aside the off-field issues—there are plenty, but they have little to do with on-field production—Richie Incognito is certainly one of the best offensive linemen available on the market.
The trouble is, of course, that one cannot simply ignore the whole bullying scandal and ensuing erratic behavior off the field.
If Incognito can get his head on straight over the next few months, a team might be willing to take a chance on him and would be getting a starting-caliber guard at a significant discount. He told Michael Silver of NFL.com last month that if Miami passes on him, he'd be interested in the Raiders because, "I think that would fit my personality the best. It makes so much sense."
Fernando Velasco, OC
Fernando Velasco has had an unremarkably solid career with the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers. The 29-year-old center is on the low-end of the starter scale, but he could start for a team that needs center help.
That is, of course, if he can prove he is healthy after suffering an Achilles injury last season.