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Available 2015 NFL Free Agents List

10:52 PM 4/11/2015

Here’s a look at the available 2015 NFL Free Agents. If you notice anyone missing, please let us know in the comments and we’ll be sure to add them.

  • Notable players are highlighted in “Blue
  • RFA = restricted free agent

2015 NFL Free Agents

Ricky Sapp and Austin Spitler.

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

QB Ryan Lindley ARI 26
QB Jason Campbell CIN 34
QB Matt Flynn GB 30
QB Terrelle Pryor KC 26
QB Pat Devlin MIN 27
QB Michael Vick NYJ 35
QB Tarvaris Jackson SEA 32
QB Jake Locker TEN 27 retired

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

RB Jonathan Dwyer ARI 26
RB Zach Bauman ARI 23
RB Steven Jackson ATL 32
RB Benjarvus Greene Ellis CIN 30
RB Ben Tate CLE 27
RB Montell Owens DET 31
RB Mikel Leshoure DET 25
RB Ahmad Bradshaw IND 29
RB Jeff Demps IND 25
RB Joe McKnight KC 27
RB Knowshon Moreno MIA 28
RB Daniel Thomas MIA 28
RB Michael Cox NYG 26
RB Pierre Thomas NO 31
RB Brian Leonard NO 31
RB Peyton Hillis NYG 30
RB Chris Johnson NYJ 30
RB Kory Sheets OAK 30
RB Ronnie Brown SD 34
RB Alfonso Smith SF 27
RB Jackie Battle TEN 32

Pos.

Player

Age

Note

FB Frank Summers BUF 30
FB Tyler Clutts DAL 31
FB Bradie Ewing JAX 26
FB John Conner NYJ 28
FB Will Tukuafu SEA 31

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

WR Drew Davis ATL 26
WR Josh Morgan CHI 30
WR Dane Sanzenbacher CIN 26
WR Greg Little CIN 26
WR Marlon Moore CLE 28
WR Wes Welker DEN 34
WR Jeremy Kelley DEN 27
WR Kerry Taylor DEN 27
WR Jonathan Baldwin FA 26
WR Reggie Wayne IND 37
WR Kadron Boone IND 24
WR Josh Cribbs IND 32
WR Griff Whalen IND 25
WR Donnie Avery KC 31
WR A.J. Jenkins KC 26
WR Lance Moore NO 31
WR Robert Meachem NO 31
WR Jerrel Jernigan NYG 26
WR Kevin Ogletree NYG 28
WR Greg Salas NYJ 27
WR James Jones OAK 31
WR Brad Smith PHI 32
WR Brandon Lloyd SF 34
WR Kassim Osgood SF 35
WR Marcus Thigpen TB 29
WR Kris Durham TEN 27
WR Derek Hagan TEN 31
WR Santana Moss WAS 36
WR Jerry Rice Jr WAS 24

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

TE Mike McNeill CAR 27
TE Jermaine Gresham CIN 27
TE Alex Smith CIN 33
TE Joel Dreessen FA 33
TE Fendi Onobun JAX 29
TE David Ausberry OAK 28
TE Michael Palmer PIT 27
TE Zach Miller SEA 30
TE Chase Coffman TEN 29

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

OT Cameron Bradfield ATL 28
OT Gabe Carimi ATL 27
OT Mike Johnson ATL 28
OT Jonathan Scott ATL 32
OT Garry Williams CAR 29
OT Tony Hills DAL 31
OT Paul Cornick DEN 26
OT Matt Hall IND 25
OT Ryan Harris KC 30
OT Charles Brown NO 28
OT Rogers Gaines NYG 26
OT Jeromey Clary SD 32
OT Willie Smith SD 29
OT Garrett Scott SEA 24
OT Joe Barksdale STL 26
OT Jake Long STL 26
OT Anthony Collins TB 30
OT Michael Roos TEN 33 retired
OT Will Svitek TEN 33
OT Tyler Polumbus WAS 30

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

G Justin Blalock ATL 32
G Will Rackley BAL 26
G Derek Dennis CAR 27
G Fernando Velasco CAR 30
G Eben Britton CHI 28
G Mike Pollak CIN 30
G Paul McQuistan CLE 32
G Rob Sims DET 32
G Rodney Austin DET 27
G Mike McGlynn KC 30
G Nate Garner MIA 30
G Daryn Colledge MIA 34
G Charlie Johnson MIN 31
G Dan Connolly NE 33
G Adam Snyder NYG 33
G Kevin Boothe OAK 32
G Chad Rinehart SD 30
G Jeff Baca SD 25
G Stephen Schilling SEA 27 retired
G Davin Joseph STL 32
G Oniel Cousins TB 31
G Chris Spencer TEN 33
G Rishaw Johnson WAS 26

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

C Lyle Sendlein ARI 31
C Kevin Matthews CAR 28
C Brian De La Puente CHI 30
C Roberto Garza CHI 36
C Dominic Raiola DET 37
C Chris Myers HOU 34
C Samson Satele MIA 31
C Nick Hardwick SD 34 retired
C Doug Legursky SD 29
C Rich Ohrnberger SD 29
C Scott Wells STL 34

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

4-3 DE Osi Umenyiora ATL 34
4-3 DE Trevor Scott CHI 31
4-3 DE Robert Geathers CHI 32
4-3 DE Quanterus Smith DEN 26
4-3 DE Corey Wootton MIN 28
4-3 DE Mathias Kiwanuka NYG 32
4-3 DE Da’Quan Bowers TB 25

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

3-4 DE Tommy Kelly ARI 35
3-4 DE Sione Fua CLE 27
3-4 DE Tim Jamison HOU 29
3-4 DE Fili Moala IND 30
DE Gannon Conway IND 26
3-4 DE Brett Keisel PIT 36

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

DT Terrence Cody BAL 27
DT Ishmaa’ily Kitchen CLE 27 R
DT Amobi Okoye DALT 28
DT Andre Fluellen DET 30
DT C.J. Mosley DET 32
DT Fred Evans FA 32
DT Red Bryant JAX 31
DT Ryan Pickett HOU 36
DT Jerrell Powe HOU 28
DT Sealver Siliga NE 25
DT Brandon Deaderick NO 28
DT Mike Patterson NYG 32
DT Chas Alecxih SD 26
DT Kevin Williams SEA 35
DT Chris Neild WAS 28
DT Barry Cofield WAS 31

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

4-3 OLB Stevenson Sylvester BUF 27
4-3 OLB Chase Blackburn CAR 32
4-3 OLB Lance Briggs CHI 35
4-3 OLB Ashlee Palmer DET 29
4-3 OLB Kevin Burnett FA 32
4-3 OLB Geno Hayes JAX 28
4-3 OLB Jonathan Freeny MIA 26
4-3 OLB Jacquian Williams NYG 27
OLB Miles Burris OAK 27
4-3 OLB Will Herring STL 32
4-3 OLB James Anderson TEN 32

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

3-4 OLB John Abraham ARI 37
3-4 OLB Marcus Benard ARI 30
3-4 OLB Ricky Sapp HOU 29
3-4 OLB Andy Studebaker IND 30
3-4 OLB Shaun Phillips IND 34
3-4 OLB Cheta Ozougwu NO 27
3-4 OLB Jermaine Cunningham NYJ 27
3-4 OLB Jason Worilds PIT 27 retired
3-4 OLB Dwight Freeney SD 35
3-4 OLB Quentin Groves TEN 31
3-4 OLB Everette Brown WAS 28
OLB Gabe Miller WAS 28
OLB Ricky Sapp WAS 29

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

ILB Brandon Spikes BUF 28
ILB Horace Miller CAR 25
ILB Darryl Sharpton CHI 27
ILB D.J. Williams CHI 33
ILB L.J. Fort CIN 25
ILB Andrew Jackson IND 23
ILB Deontae Skinner ARI 25
ILB Kyle Knox NO 26
ILB Jamar Chaney OAK 29
ILB Nick Roach OAK 30
ILB Heath Farwell SEA 34
ILB Alvin Scioneaux SD 24
ILB Dane Fletcher TB 29
ILB Colin McCarthy TEN 26
ILB Akeem Jordan WAS 30
ILB Steve Beauharnais WAS 25
ILB Austin Spitler WAS 29

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

CB Roc Carmichael ARI 27
OT Matt Hall IND 25
CB Javier Arenas ATL 28
CB Danny Gorrer BAL 29
CB Aaron Ross BAL 33
CB Jonte Green BUF 26
CB Antoine Cason CAR 29
CB Cassius Vaughn DET 27
CB Jarrett Bush GB 31
CB Tommie Campbell JAX 28
CB Christopher Owens KC 29
CB Shaquille Richardson KC 23
CB Cortland Finnegan MIA 31 retired
CB Alfonzo Dennard
NE 26
CB Travis Howard NYG 26
CB Mike Harris NYG 26
CB Josh Thomas NYJ 26
CB Carlos Rogers OAK 34
CB Ike Taylor PIT 35
CB Tarell Brown SF 30
CB Cameron Fuller SF 30
CB Jocquel Skinner TB 22
CB Crezdon Butler TB 28

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

S Zeke Motta ATL 25
S Jeromy Miles BAL 28
S Thomas DeCoud CAR 30
S Danny McCray CHI 27
S Anthony Walters CHI 27
S Tashaun Gipson CLE 25 R
S Jim Leonhard CLE 33
S C.J. Spillman DAL 29
S Quinton Carter DEN 27
S Danieal Manning HOU 33
S Delano Howell IND 26
S LaRon Landry IND 26
S Sherrod Martin JAX 31
S Stevie Brown NYG 28
S Quintin Demps NYG 30
S Dawan Landry NYJ 33
S Marcus Ball NO 28
S Usama Young OAK 30
S Raymond Ventrone SF 29
S George Wilson TEN 34
S Bernard Pollard TEN 31
S Ryan Clark WAS 36
S Brandon Meriweather WAS 31

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

K Billy Cundiff CLE 35

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

P Sav Rocca FA 41

Pos.

Player

Team

Age

Note

LS Jeremy Cain CHI 35
LS Danny Aiken NE 27
LS Tyler Ott NE 23
LS Tanner Purdum NYJ 29
LS Greg Warren PIT 34

 

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  • http://nfl.com Steve

    Jk about the last post. in all seriousness ummmm if your a chargers fan reading im throw out some stuff. Something we aren’t thinking about is the fact the Jarret Johnson retired and yes, Dwight Freeney confirmed today he will not retire but still take a look at the depth of our outside. A Melvin Ingram, Jerremiah Attouchu, a “special teamer” tourek Williams, a possible corderro law, and the vet in Dwight freeney. (that is just something to think about.) Now look at the defensive back field. With our given cap we can only afford one of the 3 in Brandon Flowers cb, Marcus Gilchrist ss, and Shareece wright cb. They all play important roles in pagano’s defense but at the end o the day you need to take a Brandon flowers. You still have Jason Verret and you are grooming chris davis. That’s when you need to find a short term solid slot coverage corner for different stunts or packages and that can be delted in free agenecy or the draft in a 4th or maybe 5th round pick. I got love for Gilchrist and wright don’t get me wrong, but flowers is an all pro. Have a Darelle Stuckey or Jaheel Addahe take the other starting roll along side of veteran pro bowler eric weddle. CHeck this out also: we have depth at wide receiver from inman, allen, Floyd, and ajirotutu, and the off season addition of Austin pettis form st Louis, but we don’t have much at slot. Eddie Royal in my opinion is a must sign free agent. He has heart too. and to the offensive line I thought DJ fluker was going to take maybe the leader roll with the retirement of Jeromy clary (Long time startng RG) and nick hardwick (Long time starting C) but after the 4 year deal to king dunlap we may start building off of king. Definetely need more depth at O-line though. I think you can hit a good secnd round offensive linemen. Personally I think it would be cool seeing a Todd Gurely or a Melvin Gordon in a charger jersey but at the end of the day don’t be surprised if they use pick #17 on eddie goldman or Malcom brown as run stuffing noses and pass rushers to compliment Corey Liuget. This is if we don’t make a move in free agency towards a guy like a terrance knighton or a well priced yet raw D linemen. We should make a move at DE to because don’t know if reyes is getting it done that well. Another thing to watch in the draft is for the chargers with id say a 6th round pick goes and gets a kicker. We need to field great kcik returners farther back in the end zone and nick novak isn’t that good of doing that to be honest (still love novak though) we would still have novak doing field goals and pats though. Last thing ima post about is considerably the most important position on a team. At quarterback Philip Rivers is still one of the best in the league. He was being protected by an injured offensive line, never realy was a stable running attack for long periods, and to me Frank reich had a good first year as a promoted offensive coordinator but I believe he can be more creative with some of the calls. If the NFL season was 6 games Rivers would have been the MVP but it didn’t happen like that. Give Rivers the tools and he can do GREAT things. I”ve seen it plenty of times. I’m a teenager in Southern California and im a die hard charger fan. I go to a lot of the practices and try to go to their games when I get the money haha. #BOLTUP

    • Shawn Lambe

      You are very knowledgeable about your Chargers, but with only a 53 man roster, it’s almost unheard of that any team ever keeps 2 kickers. It has been done, but almost never. There just is no roster space.

  • http://nfl.com Steve

    Raiders should get Tom Brady as running back. Who’s with me brothers?

  • athlete21ed

    Xavier Nixon was claimed by the Redskins

    • NFL Trade Rumors

      Thanks.

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  • Patrick Ware

    Seahawks should go for Dez Bryant/ Demarco Murray….only if Marshawn leaves, and Terrance Knighton from Denver.

  • steve

    You are missing Revis and McCourty for New England.

  • Ayrton Senna

    Patriots signed WR Matthew Slater back in November 2014 to a two-year, $4 million contract extension through 2016.

    • NFL Trade Rumors

      Thank you.

  • Timothy Frith

    The Giants could place franchise tag on Jason Pierre-Paul and sign Matt Prater and John Kuhn.

  • Seth

    The Saints need to sign Justin forsett

  • Seth

    The Ram need to sign Austin Davis back

  • Kiantae Lee

    Do anybody want Brandon Carr? I’m getting rid of that bum. He is definitely the weak link in my secondary.

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  • Isaiah Hainline

    As a seahawks fan we need to resign Marshawn Lynch, then go after 1 top flight WR or 2 above avg WR, the biggest thing however is keeping that awesome D together

    • Jeff Hill

      You have 2 conflicting ideas. You either keep the defense intact or you retain Lynch and sign WR help. You can’t do both they don’t have the cap space to have both happen.

    • steve

      I hear you, we love that D!

      New England Patriots

  • bill c

    I am glad we don’t need a QB. Slimmest pickens I have seen at that position in a long time.

  • Kennth Hildebrandt

    remember Seattle is paying their players in Peanuts, all pros making 500K a year, jack their cap so they have to purge the roster, same with the Rams, Lions, and Cowboys

  • Kennth Hildebrandt

    only draft value, Suh will be a severe cap hit, let some bum team grab him, we need the kid from KC & and the corner from Seattle, and the Rams olineman, target your enemies, to lift their cap numbers, hit dallas up, and the cheapskate seahawks and rams, it’s an auction make these tightwad teams pay a hefty price to hold their core players

  • Shawn P

    David Harris & Ant rel Rolle would solve some issues on defense for the Skins. A change of pace back like La Michael James and a few upgrades at OL should revive our offense. Nate Irving or Brandon Marshall would be good young backers next to Keenan Robinson. We need youth at DE I like Biermann or Bowers. Sean Witherspoon would be a steal for anybody.

    • Cee Hop

      As a Skins’ fan I have to say we need to go back to a 4-3 defense. Our linebacking corps consists mostly of collegiate defensive ends (accustomed solely to rushing the passer and stopping the run). I understand the idea, but they are now also forced to cover backs, tight ends, and in our whack ass system, even wide-outs sometimes.
      We need to sign Ndamukong Suh and BJ Raji as my DT’s, move Kerrigan to LE with Jason Hatcher at RE (that should help the secondary a great deal with the pass rush, stop the run, and allow us to us our LB’s in coverage…and imagine when we blitz), move D Hall to FS to give Amerson over the top help, and then re-sign Brandon Merryweather at SS for little or nothing, with Robinson LOLB, Riley MLB, and Murphy ROLB. Use my draft picks in this order RT, RG, LG. Now RG3 you got one year to show me what you got. I think that puts us back in the playoffs and buys us time to sure up the secondary the following off season. What you think of my concept?

      • Shawn P

        Not a bad idea but we need interior line men and that would leave gaps at olb

      • Shawn P

        Just read entire post… raji and suh would be good if we could afford both Amerson would make a good safety. Wonder if hall van stay healthy? We definitely need quality line men. If we keep merriweather I want to compliment him with a hard hitting ball hawking safety… with the 3 cb we have we could add a nickel package

  • John Ledo

    Hey Matt Hasselbeck isn’t with Seattle..he’s with the Colts.

  • Mark Monroe

    Eagles with Crabtree, Maclin, Jordan Matthews, draft A rookie with speed and Josh Huff. Next year, they will have the best WR Corp in football

    • Troy J Orourke

      and no QB to get it to them. lol

      • Guest

        I could see Maclin leaving as well. He’ll want to get paid top 8 money, and he just not on that tier. Chip’s system inflates stats. In that case Get a value speed guy(Kearse, maybe,although RFA) either though FA or Draft and a reliable veteran FA

    • Bill

      Even with that they would still be average and that is assuming Crabby even plays. Guy is a head case that doesnt care about football anymore. Chip wouldnt touch him. Maclin is average at best well over rated. Oh and your stuck with Cooper you paid him way too much to cut him after one year. Although I wouldnt be shocked if they let Maclin walk and drafted Strong. Strong, Mathews, Cooper, Huff, and maybe Nate Washington sounds better to me. All HARD WORKING guys that would thrive in that system.

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  • Neil

    CJ Spiller not a free agent till 2016

    • NFL Trade Rumors

      Neil, you’re right about Spiller not technically a free agent, but he has an option that is expected to be voided after the season. We’ll adjust the list for Spiller once the decision is made.

  • Alex Kendel

    The jaguars need to sign a OT, G, LB, and CB. With all the money the have, im pretty sure they are going to have a big free agency. They should let Will Ta’ufo’ou, Cecil Shorts, Jordan Todman, Tyson Alualu, Roy Miller, Geno Hayes, and Alan Ball go to have more money for free agency.

    They should sign:
    Michael Crabtree WR
    Michael Roos OT
    Cliff Avril DE
    Bruce Carter LB 3-4
    Byron Maxwell CB

    What is your opinions?

    • James Williams

      Scratch Crabtree. If Justin Blackmon comes back, they will be more tha fine at WR with the emergence of Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee coming next year. They REALLY need to address RT. Maybe Doug Free. Losing hop in Joekel, so maybe they go after that too.
      CB’s. I think they will stick it with Colvin and MccRay on the outside if Alan Ball doesn’t come back. But if they have a chance to get a CB like Chris Harris. DO IT.
      Scratch Cliff Avril too. They need a younger player at that position to build long term. Already Have Clemons, Branch, Davis. No reason to go older.
      They need help a FS bad. Probably drafting that position.
      I dont care what they do, just get a VERY GOOD O-line. Kills me to watch other OB’s having Multiple seconds to throe, while our Franchise QB is running for his life nearly every dropback.

      • @Deseanbiz

        I like Johnathan C. @ safety. Yall just need OL & a young rb, maybe Langford or Coleman.

        • Alex Kendel

          If we can get some o-line help d- rob would be a really good running back for us. He has the speed and gaining a few pounds in the off season he will have the strength.

      • Corey Szczebak

        Yeah you should defiantly count on Blackmon. He’s been so reliable.

        • James Williams

          Even if we don’t have Blackmon. The WR corp is set.
          Hurns, and Robinson has been 2 of the best Rookie WR’s. And Lee has really been coming on lately. We don’t need blackmon, but it would be awesome to have him.

    • Mark Monroe

      They on the rise, they will have a top 3 defense in next couple years. They should trade for McCoy from eagles. Cuz he going to be on the trade block

      • jorden

        Why on Earth would McCoy be on the trade block. He’s our best player. It’s just a down year due to the injuries on the O-line. Get out of here with that bullshit #Eagles!

        • Joshua Ellis

          As a fellow Eagles fan, I understand your reaction, but Mark may be right. McCoy is going to count almost 12 million against the cap this year (that number may need to be checked, but it is close to that figure). He has already lost some goal-line touches to Polk, and has not done enough to justify his price tag. I’m not sure I’d be happy to see it, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Shady was traded to Jax ,Oak, or even Tennessee to move up in the draft if the Eagles have a shot at Mariotta.

          • Joshua Ellis

            And on the thought of restructuring his contract, McCoy has not seemed open to the idea so far. Says “they can make it work”.

        • guest

          McCoy gone. Is it not fun to look back on past comments? Haha

    • I’m Still The Captain!

      No. Roy is really good for what he does. No one else you said makes much money, and the Jags have almost 30 million in cap space. Crabtree is overrated, Jags do not need any D-Linemen, Carter is a 3-4 OLB(we runa 4-3, and have two starters cemented in Poz and Telvin), and Flowers is a better option than Maxwell.

    • Kiantae Lee

      Yeah if they were really serious about winning they would be extremely active in free agency this coming year.

  • Miguel Castillo

    Brandon Marshall OLB Denver Broncos is UFA at end of year

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      After looking into it, Marshall is a restricted free agent, not an exclusive rights free agent. He has just three years of NFL experience. I’ll add him to the list. Thanks for pointing this out.

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  • Big_Knife

    DE Jason Pierre-Paul (NYG) is a FA next year too.

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      Thanks for the help. I’ve added him to the list.

  • disqus_k0CrwTwLxo

    doug legursky on san diego

  • truth.

    Falcons

    Free Agency:

    Need to let Biermann, Osi, Steven Jackson go.

    Absolutely must bring in one of Houston, Worilds, Ayers, or Orakpo as a pass rusher. Just throw money at them.

    Weatherspoon should be brought back for ILB depth.

    Sam Baker’s contract needs to be looked at. He is a guy who could be cut. Either that or he needs to learn how to play RT.

    FS Lowery should be brought back. He has been solid. Southward is still too young to count on going into 2015.

    Nickelback will be between McClain and Wilson. Maybe an outside guy is brought in. Not a huge issue, but a young guy through the draft would be nice.

    Draft Needs:

    1. Pass rusher. They should already be signing one, but I would draft a high rated pass rusher as well

    2. WR. Roddy isnt gonna be around forever. Draft someone who can help ease that transition

    3. Center. Hawley is a good player that will comeback and start, but adding depth is never a bad thing.

    4. ILB. A big strong ILB would be nice. Someone who can take on blocks and make tackles. Even if we need to rake him off the field on 3rd downs.

    • Miguel Castillo

      Brandon Marshall OLB Denver Broncos I believe will be a Free Agent dont know if restricted or UFA

      • NFL Trade Rumors

        He will be an exclusive rights free agent. We didn’t include them in the list because they have almost no options.

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  • John Mulrain

    Jets will needs to signed a WR, and a CB, maybe another Veteran QB, Woody Johnson think Geno Smith is the future NOT!!!, Jets need to drafts QB, Marcus Mariota,

    • Ken Jackson

      Mariota will likely be as bad as Gino. They should probably pick up a guy like McCoy in free agency, put their eggs into the run and short to intermediate passing game. I think they should take a look at Sean Mannion of Oregon State. He has size (6’6″, 229 lbs.), a good arm, comes from a pro style offense, used to pre-snap reads and is a classic drop back passer. This guy, with decent coaching, should be a very good NFL QB.

    • Ken Jackson

      I think the Titans will take Mariota. I Believe Bucs will take a pass rusher (Gregory or Dupree) with the first pick if they do not trade down.

  • J P

    Tj Yates is with the falcons now

    • NFL Trade Rumors

      Thank you.

  • James

    David Harris is a New York Jet. I’ll review other players for the same error.

    • NFL Trade Rumors

      Thanks James. Really appreciate the help.

  • BenjaminWolfDET

    Forgot alot of KEY free agents

  • BenjaminWolfDET

    Wt about Jimmy Graham

    • NFL Trade Rumors

      I’m not sure how we missed Jimmy Graham. Sorry for the mistake.

  • Dan Normandeau

    Tommie Campbell has never played Safety for the Titans. Not sure why he’s listed as such.