The expected post–April 27 wave of NFL free-agent signings never really materialized, and the lack of big-ticket signings has left an unusual amount of starting-caliber players―including a few guys with Pro Bowl potential―still out there on the market as we approach the middle of May. Edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney is the headliner of that group that’s in limbo (I wrote about his potential landing spots here), and he’s joined by a handful of experienced veterans who could make an impact in 2020. A few may get signed in the next few weeks, and others will have to wait to see if any players suffer training camp or preseason injuries before they’ll receive much interest. But each still brings the talent to contribute in the right role. Here are nine of the best remaining unsigned free agents, along with landing spots that could make sense for each.
QB Cam Newton
Why he remains unsigned: Newton’s injury history is a major factor in his longer-than-expected free-agency period.
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