Todd Bouman - He still has a strong arm and is a decent option to be a team's backup.
Jay Fiedler - Needs to prove his shoulder is healthy.
Tommy Maddox - A decent option as a team's No. 2 quarterback. Had visits with Miami, Oakland, and New Orleans earlier this year.
Vinny Testaverde - Cleveland has interest in him should their current plan for the No. 2 job not pan out.
Tony Banks - Could fill a role as a No. 2 quarterback.
Shane Matthews - Strictly a No. 3 quarterback.
Lamar Gordon - A once promising back has bounced around the last few seasons and hasn't received a lot of attention in free agency.
Bruce Perry - Could return punts or kicks and could fill a role as a team's third back.
James Hodgins - Above average blocker at his position.
Troy Fleming - He was a surprise release by Tennessee but still could start
for a team.
Jarrod Baxter - Decent blocker and can start if needed.
Charles Rogers - Immense talent but a big underachiever. Tried out for a few teams recently but remains unsigned.
Tyrone Calico - The oft-injured player has a ton of talent and could fill a team's No. 3 role or better.
Randy Hymes - Big receiver that moves well. Could fill a team's No. 3 role.
Kevin Johnson - Clearly the best free agent receiver out there and could fill a team's No. 3 role.
David Boston - Had a good camp with Tampa Bay and could fill a team's No. 3 role.
Johnnie Morton - Could still fill a role as a team's No. 3 receiver.
Ricky Proehl - He still wants to play a few more years and brings an excellent veteran presence with him. He could fill a No. 3 or No. 4 role.
Todd Pinkston - Needs to prove he hasn't lost a step despite coming back from a torn Achilles.
Patrick Johnson - Could fill a role as a team's fourth receiver.
Marc Boerighter - Could fill a role as a team's fourth receiver and has good size.
Troy Edwards - Decent option in the slot.
Derick Armstrong - Has good size and ability but has been an underachiever.
Rashaun Woods - Former first-round pick has been injured most of his short
Zach Hilton - Slow, plodding tight end but has enough upside potential to be a team's No. 3 tight end or better.
Lamont Hall - Known for his blocking only.
Marcellus Rivers - Decent option as a third tight end.
Ron Stone - It's kind of surprising that he's still available. He's clearly not the player he once was but, at worst, he could provide solid veteran
depth for team.
Ross Tucker (OT, C) - Was starting for Cleveland in the pre-season for a short time. Slated to work out for St. Louis on Tuesday.
William Whitticker (OT) - Started last year for the Packers and could be a solid backup for a team.
Victor Riley (OT)
Larry Moore (C)
Torrin Tucker - He's coming back from a knee injury but if healthy, he could fill a role as a third tackle for a team.
Orlando Brown - His starting days are clearly over but he could provide backup depth if needed.
Jeff Mitchell - He probably could still be a starter but it appears he wants to retire.
Cory Raymer - A solid backup.
Todd Peterson - Atlanta seems content on passing on him. He'll get a call from a team that isn't happy with their kicking game.
Paul Edinger - Poor on kickoffs but decent on field goals. He worked out for the Jets recently.
Aaron Elling - He's seen as a kickoff specialist.
Martin Gramatica - May be at the end of the line.
Jose Cortez - Kickoff specialist only.
Kyle Richardson - Still a decent option for a team that needs a punter.
Tom Tupa - Another ageless punter who could still get it done for a team.
Chad Lavalais - Started off his career well but has fallen on hard times or late. When motivated, could be a solid third tackle for a team.
Lance Legree - Can play inside or outside as a rotational player.
Brenston Buckner - Certainly could fill a role as a team's third or fourth tackle.
Jerry Deloach - Should find a job likely with a team that plays the 3-4.
Ed Jasper - He's still capable of being a team's fourth tackle.
Gary Walker (DE in a 3-4) - Injuries have worn him down but he could have enough left to be in a backup role.
Travis Hall (DE in 3-4)
DeQuincy Scott - Recently failed Tennessee's physical yet sources say there's nothing wrong with him. If healthy and at the top of his game, he could be
a solid third end for a team.
Duane Clemons - Could fill a role as a team's third end.
Michael Haynes-Basically a fourth end.
Carl Powell (DT)
Earl Holmes - It's kind of surprising that he's not on a team. He could start easily for many teams if needed as he can play in a 3-4 or 4-3 scheme.
Rocky Calmus - He's had a lot of injuries but he's still very young and is healthy.
Chris Claiborne (WLB) - He's coming off of knee surgery but when healthy, he's capable of starting.
Saleem Rasheed - Decent reserve who can play inside or outside.
Trev Faulk (OLB)
Jamie Sharper (ILB/WLB/SLB) - He can play just about any linebacker position and might have a few years left.
Barrett Green (WLB) - Was once a decent starter a few years ago but has bounced a round. A solid option as a backup.
Peter Boulware (SLB) - Probably a situational pass rusher at this point of his career.
Chad Brown (ILB)
DeLawrence Grant (SLB)
Alonzo Jackson (SLB)
Marcus Reese (SLB)
Eddie Moore (SLB)
Chris Clemons (SLB)
Will Peterson - Back problems are leaving his career up in the air.
Donald Strickland - Could fill a nickel or dime role for a team.
Joseph Jefferson (S)
Willie Middlebrooks (S)
Lance Schulters - Could certainly still start for a team. Seattle showed interest in him earlier this year.
Jay Bellamy - Former long-time starter for the Saints and should have a few good years left as a starter or third safety.
Brent Alexander - He worked out for Seattle recently and could be a team's No. 3 safety.
Kim Herring - Could fill a backup role for a team.
Jerome Woods - He would like to start for a team but probably best used as a backup at this point in his career.
Best Available Free Agents
Colts Blitz Top Stories
Week 8: FAAB / Blind Bidding GuideFantasy Football Expert Jack Delaney recommends players to consider adding and also includes a price range for how much of your FAAB budget to use.
Scout FantasyYesterday at 1:54 PM
Prescription Notes From Week 4Dr. Roto discusses what he learned from Week 4 of the Fantasy Football season!
Week 7 NFL Offensive LeadersCheck out who put up big offensive numbers week 7
ScoutYesterday at 5:28 PM
Week 8: Snaps Impact & Target AnalysisFantasy Football Expert Armando Marsal closely examines the snap counts, usage numbers and target totals for players across the league to better prepare you for Week 8!
Scout FantasyYesterday at 2:57 PM