2 / 13
Clearly not a Hall of Fame-caliber player given that the Lions failed to drive him into early retirement at 30.
3 / 13
Will Fuller V
Will Fuller V
Though a talented wide receiver, Fuller will be competing with his football-playing relatives to land a deal: Will Fullers I, III, IV, VI, VII, IX, and X.
4 / 13
Now a backup, Dalton is the perfect signing for any team who wants to assure their starter that their job is completely safe.
5 / 13
The most dominant tackle in the league last year, Williams will be a welcome addition to any insufferable fan base that wants to sound smart with their football knowledge by using offensive line terms like “pancakes” and “bucket step.”
6 / 13
Still has the ability to be a quality starting quarterback as long as your team’s offense doesn’t rely on keeping possession of the ball.
7 / 13
Plays offensive line and signing those guys usually scores well in ESPN’s free agency grades.
8 / 13
Speedy receiver broke out last year playing under Joe Brady’s system, which puts an emphasis on catching the ball.
9 / 13
Is he ready to make the leap from former Steelers number-one receiver with some minor behavioral issues to constantly referenced walking cautionary tale?
10 / 13
As a 26-year-old running back, his only choices are retirement or the Jets.
11 / 13
He’s not a free agent, but let’s be honest, this could happen at anytime.
12 / 13
Has become the first big-name Buccaneer to test the waters of massively disappointing a new team after winning a ring with Tom Brady.
UPDATE: Turns out this guy is too much of a fucking coward to try and win on his own. (Re-signed with Buccaneers 4-years, $72 million)
13 / 13