By Allen Kim
OG Brandon Moore
Moore may be 33, but he’s coming off a great season, and would be a huge upgrade for a number of teams on the interior of their offensive line. His strength comes as a run blocker, but he won’t hurt you in pass protection either.
With the way the free agent market has worked out for offensive guards, Moore could potentially be signed at a bargain price. He reportedly wants "starter money", but the reality is that he's likely to see far less than he's aiming for as a 33-year-old guard.
OT Eric Winston
Winston may be the only true starting-caliber right tackle remaining in free agency. He may be nearing the dreaded 30-year mark, but he’s still an effective player.
While he’s been cut for the second season in a row, a number of teams would be lucky to land him. Winston is currently being courted by the Miami Dolphins, but there are a number of other teams interested in signing him.
RB Ahmad Bradshaw
Bradshaw is only 27 years old, and he still has a lot left in the tank even after all of the surgeries he’s been through. Durability concerns aside, he’s more than capable of handling the starting duties for a team in need of a running back.
He’s flirted with a number of teams during free agency, and teams better act soon if they hope to secure his services.