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While most NFL fans have already turned their attention away from free agency and toward next Thursday's 2019 NFL Draft, there are still a handful of proven free-agent talents on the market that could make a big difference next season.


Here are the three best remaining NFL free agents ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.


1. Ndamukong Suh, DT

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The former No. 2 overall pick from the 2010 NFL Draft is still without a team, and while he may not have seen his best regular season in 2018, he still showed spurts of dominance during the Los Angeles Rams' run to Super Bowl 54. Suh can still provide a major upgrade to any defensive front in the NFL.


2. Ziggy Ansah, EDGE

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Health is the main concern with Ziggy Ansah. He's proven that he can be a double-digit sack machine if he's on the field, but that hasn't been the case too often lately. Already approaching the age of 30, Ansah might have to settle for a short-term deal to show he can stay productive and healthy for a full season again.


3. Zach Brown, LB

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Brown has been one of the most effective interior linebackers over the last couple of seasons, showcasing a Pro Bowl level of talent for the first half of last season before seemingly falling out of favor with the Washington Redskins' coaching staff. Even though linebackers might not be the highest priority for some teams, Brown has shown the athleticism and versatility to help a defense in a number of ways.



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