40. Rashean Mathis (DB-Jac)—Mathis' future with the Jaguars is in doubt after he tore his ACL this season. If it's up to him, however, he'd like to return to the Jags. "I definitely would rather play here than anywhere else," Mathis said to the Florida Times-Union. If the Jaguars don't sign him, the Vikings might.
39. Paul Soliai (DT-Mia)—The Miami Dolphins placed the franchise tag on Soliai prior to this season and did not renegotiate a new contract. Soliai will hit the free-agent market in 2012, and the 6'4", 355-pounder should find suitors in Pittsburgh or Baltimore.
38. Geno Hayes (LB-TB)—Hayes was benched earlier this year based on poor performance. The Bucs defense surrendered 32.0 points per game and went 0-2 during that span. Hayes is now back in the starting lineup and at just 24 years old, he should be back with Tampa.
37. Fred Davis (TE-Was)—The Washington Redskins actually went into this season with Rex Grossman and John Beck as their options at quarterback. It's no wonder that they have rotated all season. The Redskins need any solid pass catchers, and Davis is just that. They will reel Davis back in, but will need to pay a pretty penny for the consistent tight end.
36. E.J. Henderson (LB-Min)—Henderson projects to be a backup linebacker for the Vikings if he stays in Minnesota, according to 1500 ESPN Twin Cities. Henderson still has the talent and ability to play against the run. Look for him to play first and second downs in another city, possibly Indianapolis.
35. Pierre Garcon (WR-Colts)—It's difficult to judge Garcon's value because of the inept play from the Colts quarterbacks this season. Based on his 2010 season, the Colts will re-sign Garcon and hope to have him team back up with Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck.
34. Nick Hardwick (C-SD)—It would be an understatement to say that Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has struggled this year. Center Nick Hardwick is not to blame, however. He's just the guy who gets Rivers the ball. He'll continue to give Rivers the ball next year, as well.
33. Reggie Wayne (WR-Colts)—Wayne said that his odds of being a Colt next year are "50-50." I read that as if Peyton Manning is back, Wayne is back. Otherwise, Wayne will be in a Vikings uniform.
32. Lardarius Webb (DB-Bal)—When the Ravens drafted defensive back Jimmy Smith at No. 27 overall in the 2010 NFL draft, that seemed to signal the end of Webb's run with the Ravens. After Smith suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 1, Webb came in and showed that he's still able to get the job done. The Ravens have options at the position, but it would be prudent to sign the restricted free agent.
31. Matt Flynn (QB-Packers)—Yes, Matt Flynn is holding a clipboard for Aaron Rodgers, but during the offseason, reporters were more impressed with Flynn than Rodgers. According to the Journal Sentinel, Flynn showed that "he's fearless in the pocket, on target with his throws and always calm and collected." There are several teams that need help at quarterback. Throw a dart.