Marcedes Lewis is just one of several newly minted free agents in the NFL now stuck in limbo as the league and the players try and come to an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.
Lewis had a great year in Jacksonville with 700 receiving yards, 10 touchdowns and averaging 12.1 yards per catch.
The Jaguars almost made the playoffs, and Lewis was one of the big reasons why.
But now he's available to the highest bidder.
Once labor peace is reached, if the Jaguars can't re-sign him, here are 10 other teams who might make a bid on the elite tight end.