With the 2021 NFL Draft all wrapped up, it is time to start looking at the rest of the free agent class again. A number of superstars that are left unsigned could find a home in the coming days due to NFL teams knowing their roster needs and having a bit more flexibility moving forward in the offseason.
NFL Free Agents Still Available
These late offseason additions could be what makes the difference from being a fringe playoff team to a real Super Bowl contender. The last few seasons have proven that depth is the key to taking home a title and there is still a lot of professional talent left to be brought in.
Remaining NFL Free Agents 2021
Headlining the remaining free agents is veteran cornerback Richard Sherman and defensive end Justin Houston. Sherman appeared in just five games last season, but did rack up 11 pass breakups, 3 interceptions and 61 tackles back in 2019. On the other side, Houston has posted at least 8.0 sacks and 12 quarterback hits in each of the last four seasons.
It is also notable to point out that there is still a high-quality option left at almost every position. Offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz could provide depth for a contender at a very important position and edge rusher Melvin Ingram looks poised to bounce back from his injuries in 2021.
All things considered, free agency could quickly heat up again after it slowed down in the month prior the the NFL Draft. All it takes is one team to take a chance on any of the players left.
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