3 Best Offensive Players Left in NFL Free Agency

Max Staley
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Most of the big-name NFL free agents have already been signed, but there's still a lot of viable talent on the open market. While the biggest available names on defense are sack artists like Ndamukong Suh and Ezekiel Ansah, there are also some valuable offensive players that remain unsigned for the 2019-20 season.

Here are arguably the three best offensive players left in free agency.

3. Dez Bryant, Wide Receiver

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Dez Bryant signed with the New Orleans Saints last season, but he tore his Achilles before he could play in a single snap. The former Dallas Cowboys' Pro Bowl wideout still has the size to dominate in the red zone, which could make him appealing to wide-receiver needy teams. Bryant is also likely looking to prove he can still play with the big boys, meaning he could be a low-cost, high-reward investment for a team in need of wide receiver help.

2. Michael Crabtree, Wide Receiver

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Michael Crabtree is arguably best known for his altercation with Richard Sherman at the end of the 2013 NFC Championship Game. However, he's proven he can still contribute to an NFL team. Crabtree racked up 607 receiving yards on 54 receptions last season in a Baltimore Ravens' offense that was seemingly allergic to passing the ball. He also has 19 touchdowns over the past three seasons and could give any offense in need of a possession receiver a boost.

1. Jay Ajayi, Running Back

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Jay Ajayi isn't the most consistent player, but he's also one of the better running backs in the league when healthy. Ajayi's best season came in 2016-17, during his lone Pro Bowl appearance, when he rushed for 1,272 yards and eight touchdowns in 12 starts for the Miami Dolphins. He's coming off an ACL tear last season, but Ajayi could be a difference maker for an NFL playoff team, just like he was for the Philadelphia Eagles on their way to a Super Bowl just two seasons ago.

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