List updated as of 8/30/2006
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. Jesse Palmer - May be a better actor than signal caller at this point in his career.
Lamar Gordon - A once promising back has bounced around the last few seasons and hasn't received a lot of attention in free agency.
Stephen Davis - Philadelphia has shown interest in him and he clearly wants to still play. Probably only a short-yardage, situational back at this point in his career. Philadelphia is unlikely sign him as they're preparing backup RB Correll Buckhalter to work in short-yardage.
Kevin Johnson - Clearly the best free agent receiver out there and could fill a team's No. 3 role.
Az-Zahir Hakim - Strictly a slot receiver and can return punts. Arizona and Detroit had shown interest in him recently.
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.
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 career.
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.
Kendyl Jacox - A solid veteran backup who could start in a pinch if needed.
Victor Riley (OT)
Larry Moore (C)
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.
Martin Gramatica - May be at the end of the line.
Jose Cortez - Kickoff specialist only.
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.
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.
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.
Will Peterson - Back problems are leaving his career up in the air.
Dexter McCleon - Could fill a nickel role for a team.
Lance Schulters - Could certainly still start for a team. Seattle showed interest in him earlier this year.
Brent Alexander - It's uncertain whether he still wants to play.
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.
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