Drew Bledsoe/UFA - He said he's retiring but it's not official because the league hasn't received his retirement papers yet.
Aaron Brooks/UFA - The best he could hope for is a backup job at this point in his career.
Jay Fiedler/UFA - He had workouts for various teams recently.
Chris Weinke/UFA - Believe it or not, he turns 35 in late July.
Rohan Davey/UFA - He's currently playing in the AFL.
Corey Dillon/UFA - It seems that he hasn't decided yet if he still wants to play. The Tennessee Titans remain the most interested team in signing him.
Chris Brown/UFA - Other than the New England Patriots, no other teams have shown serious interest in of late.
Domanick Williams - His career is in doubt because of knee problems.
Daimon Shelton/UFA - He should be able to get a starting job by the start of training camps.
Patrick Pass/UFA - He's a versatile player and should be able to find a backup job.
Keyshawn Johnson/UFA - He's receiving plenty of interest but isn't in a hurry to sign anywhere.
Eric Moulds/UFA - His starting days are probably over but he should be able to find a backup job before the regular season starts.
Antonio Bryant/UFA - He still has to sit out two more games next season due to his suspension.
Travis Taylor/UFA - Despite having a career season in 2006, Taylor still hasn't had any visits to other teams at least as far as we can tell.
Keenan McCardell/UFA - The New Orleans Saints have shown some recent interest in him.
Charles Rogers/UFA - He had some tryouts last season and recently but to no avail.
Troy Brown/UFA - Head coach Bill Belichick said recently that Brown has a spot on their roster if he still wants to play.
Erron Kinney/UFA - He's still coming back from microfracture surgery.
Christian Fauria/UFA - He should be able to get a job because he's a solid blocker.
Jeno James/UFA - He was a solid starter at one point in his career so he should be able to find at least a backup job.
Zach Piller/UFA - He was released shortly after he was signed by the Detroit Lions.
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