A bit like the aisles of the supermarkets in these times of pandemic, the sars coronavirus, the shelves start to empty in the radius of the free agent of the NFL, but there are still good products for teams who wish to strengthen their training by the start of the season 2020.
– Jameis Winston
In agreeing with Tom Brady, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have launched the message a little subtle than the services of quarterback Jameis Winston, were no longer desired. However, the athlete of 26 years of excellent football to offer, who led the entire league in terms of yards amassed by the pass last season.
Winston has served in the role of starting at the “Bucs” for five seasons, and has launched 33 touchdowns in 2019. He could now move to the Patriots New-England-in replacement for Brady or other training that need a pivot like the Chargers of Los Angeles.
– Jadeveon Clowney
The defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney is one of the most coveted at his position, but the Seattle Seahawks have shown interest to keep it in the nest. The former first choice to the total of the last chance of 2014 was the beginning of a career honest. He has participated three times to the Pro Bowl in six seasons in the NFL.
In 2019, Clowney has made 31 tackles and three sacks in the quarter. The 27-year-old, however, could command a salary very imposing in 2020.
– Robby Anderson
Now that DeAndre Hopkins and Stefon Diggs have found a taker, Robby Anderson became one of the recipients of passes the most interesting on the market. The player of 26 years, shows a beautiful consistency, even if he played the first four seasons of his career with the listless New York Jets.
Anderson has played in 16 parties of his own in 2019, scoring 779 yards and five touchdowns. He could help a team needing a receiver reliable, who has caught 52 balls.
– Ndamukong Suh
At the age of 33, Ndamukong Suh is perhaps more at the top of his form, but he has helped make the defensive Buccaneers one of the best last season. Known for his resilience – he has missed only two meetings in 10 years – Suh is also a player who collects the bags of the quarter.
In 2019, he has got that two and a half, but he is still able to hold its tip. Some sources report that the Colts of Indianapolis and the Jacksonville Jaguars could be possible destinations for the veteran.
– Logan Ryan
Logan Ryan has had by far his best season in 2019, ending the year with 113 tackles, 18 knockdowns and four interceptions. At 29 years old, half a wedge could be put on the pockets. The Titans of Tennessee have not the intention to offer him a new contract.
Ryan spent three seasons with the Titans and four with the Patriots, who had drafted the 83rd largest in 2013.