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Ryan Clady, OT
That a four-time Pro Bowler and two-time first-team All Pro left tackle is still sitting on a open marketplace in Jun tells we only about all we need to know about a state of Ryan Clady’s career.
Clady has now missed 23 of his final 32 games interjection to a ripped rotator slap final year and an ACL rip a year before. If he could get behind a fragment of what he showed as a 16-game starter for a Denver Broncos in 2014, he’d be a present this late in giveaway agency.
Leon Hall, CB
At 32, Hall isn’t removing any younger, and it’s been a good prolonged while given Hall was named a second-team All-Pro with a Cincinnati Bengals in 2009.
However, Hall is a versatile defensive behind who can play on a boundary, in a container and even during safety. And while he’s past his prime, Hall wasn’t bad in singular avocation with a New York Giants in 2016.
He’s a excellent abyss addition, generally for a group with a immature secondary.
Sen’Derrick Marks, DT
Back in 2014, Marks was an descending interior lineman who had 8.5 sacks in 16 starts for a Jacksonville Jaguars. But that 2014 debate finished with a ripped ACL, and Marks hasn’t been a same since.
But he did conduct 3.5 sacks in singular avocation for a Jags in 2016, so it’s probable that two-plus years private from a injury, Marks is finally removing tighten too 100 percent.
Dan Williams, DT
When Dan Williams is on his game, a 30-year-old can be a rarely effective one-technique space-eater. As recently as 2015, Williams amassed 48 tackles as a starter with a Raiders in a initial year of a remunerative free-agent deal.
But a weight issues that stubborn Williams in Arizona followed him to a Bay Area, and as he got heavier in 2016, his turn of play came down. If he slims down, Williams could be a good supplement as abyss for a 3-4 bar like a Cardinals.
Sweat those pounds off!