Now that June is upon us and NFL teams are making necessary changes to get ready for the fall, many players still wonder where they will end up.
There is still plenty of talent available in the free agency pool, which is why we are taking a look at players still available.
This defensive tackle may be looking at the possibility of a pay cut, if he gets picked up. Williams is a six-time Pro Bowl player and he’s played in the league for 11 years.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that he has visited with the Patriots, Seahawks, and the Giants. It’s possible for him to sign after training camp gets started.
Finley is a young tight end who is being held back by an injury. NFL.com reports that he has been cleared by his doctor to play but it seems to cause teams to look the other way.
He has seen some interest from the Raiders and the Steelers, and he used to play for the Patriots.
He is a offensive player that is still available and if teams can see past his injury, he could really make a difference on any offense.
This cornerback isn’t quite living in this glory days anymore but he still deserves a roster spot. He played college ball at UCF and was drafted in 2003 by the Patriots in the 4th round.
Samuel was dumped by the Atlanta Falcons in February and he’s been waiting for a call ever since.
Keller is a tight end who also has a big injury risk. He’s suffered from torn knee ligaments.
He played college football at Purdue and he was originally drafted by the New York Jets.
For more on this story visit: Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com