NFL 2021 Several star players have not decided their future
LIt takes a week for the NFL to open the doors of the market. The free agency has seen multiple signings from all teams, with the Patriots, Texans and Jaguars as the most active.
Players like JJ Watt, Kenny Golladay, Hunter Henry, Matt Judon and Corey Linsley They changed their address, in addition to several changes that have changed the outlook for next season.
Despite this, several players, including some stars, still do not define their future for the 2021 season. 20 of the best free agents still available, that could sign with contenders and change the landscape of the next season in the NFL.
The veteran corner is not the one from Seattle and injuries limited him to 5 games in 2020. Despite everything, in 2019, on the way to the Super Bowl, he allowed just 63 ratings against him.
In regular season he didn’t show anything, but in the postseason he turned into ‘Playoff Lenny’. He’s never even been a Pro Bowl pick or had 10 touchdowns in a season, so he seems resigned to a shared role wherever he goes, including a return to the Bucs.
The Spaniard has protected Ben Roethlisberger’s blind side for many years. Will you return to Pittsburgh?
The veteran said during his 2019 novel that he would only play for Tom Brady. He accomplished that in 2020 by signing in Tampa. Will you do it again?
From 2015 to 2019 he added at least 7 sacks, but in 2020 he suffered an injury that limited him to 7 games. At 31, his seasons of playing full-time may be in the past, but since pass runner situational can pay off.
A player who was not drafted at the time, he was part of a formidable duo in Minnesota with Eric Kendricks. At 26, he is one of those players who might not be willing to accept a salary discount.
He is coming off a season down due to injuries and Rivers not throwing deep. It is rumored that he would return to Indianapolis.
Patrick Mahomes’ blindside protector was cut before free agency. Suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in the AFC final, so it could come right at the start of the season. It wouldn’t be surprising if he was free until preseason or a bit longer.
The Chiefs’ other tackle was from the All Pro ideal team in 2018. He suffered a back injury in October and they postponed surgery to try to get him back, which he didn’t. He has already undergone the operating room and his recovery will also take time and we will see in what conditions he does it.
Before the arrival of Aaron Donald, one of the best pressuring the QB from inside the line resided in Cincinnati. He’ll be 33 at the start of next season and he’s coming from a year when he only played 8 games and had no sacks, but it could be more of a team situation without Joe Burrow. It could have something in the tank and put pressure on a contending team.
Guard who was selected to the Pro Bowl each year between 2015 and 2019. He was traded to the Chargers for Okung last season and only played 9 games due to injuries.
He just turned 34 years old and comes from being champion in a season in which he did not lose his step, with 6 sacks and 19 QB hits, his highest since 2015.
The player who always expected more production since he was voted # 1 in the 2014 Draft. He has done more against the race than pushing. Although he only played 8 games in 2020, with no sacks, he could be attractive to many teams this summer.
The Super Bowl XLIX hero has had bitter divorces from New England and Tennessee. Despite all of the Titans’ defensive woes in 2020, Butler had 4 interceptions and 100 tackles, the highest figures of his career, although the three years in Nashville allowed more than 60% of completions, although his rating of 83.2 was the best of the last three years.
The defensive end revolutionized Seattle’s defense and finished with 6 sacks, a number he has surpassed every season since 2012. He just turned 32 and is still looking for his first playoff victory, so he could be looking for a ring rather than a large contract.
The Broncos opted to let him go instead of paying nearly $ 12 million in 2021 and nearly $ 14 million in 2022. He hardly played in Denver and that could alienate some suitors, but he’s also a player who made the Pro Bowl from 2015 to 2019. If that version comes back, someone can shore up his line.
Mr. Bitcoin ‘played just seven games in Carolina from various injuries and only one season since coming to the NFL in 2010 has he played all 16 games. Still, there are worse tackles making headlines right now.
The veteran came back against all odds with his terrible leg fracture. He’s never striking in his numbers, but he won 5 of 6 starts with Washington. He could be a good mentor and backup in case of injury for a team with a rookie or inexperienced QB and immediately that team will have one of the best substitute quarterbacks.
One of the last remnants of the ‘Legion of Boom’, he will be 32 next season.
He has never been a full-time running back, but he was a weapon at third down. You could be listening to the ‘siren songs’ of the defending champions and several former Patriots in Tampa Bay.