Tony Bosselli, Houston (possible cap casualty): Still athletic enough to match up with the best pass rushers but age and injuries are the biggest concern.
Jumbo Elliot, New York Jets (unrestricted): The 14-year veteran can bring a wealth of experience. He's more of an on-the-field coach at this stage. Don't be surprised if Elliot reunites with Bill Parcells in Dallas.
Matt Lepsis, Denver (possible cap casualty): Has been a staple on Denver's line the past few years and is certainly capable of being productive. Denver's salary cap problems, however, may make Lepsis expendable.
Orlando Pace, St. Louis (unrestricted): Definitely the best of this lot but the Rams are very likely to put the franchise tag on Pace. That would be would seem to be the noble thing to do since it's hard to clone a dominant offensive tackle.
Solomon Page, Dallas (unrestricted): Has adequate size (6-4, 320) and athletic ability and would give a club a productive starter.
Luke Petitgout, New York Giants: The Giants are considering the franchise tag on Petitgout. He may not be the most dominant run blocker but certainly effective in pass protection.
Ryan Young, Houston (unrestricted): Is capable of dominating. Young, a fourth year player, could be a good cornerstone on a club's offensive line.
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