Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 3/9/13
So, have you been wondering who will be the top-bidded free agents this offseason? Well, I know I was pretty curious.Therefore, I decided that I would share with everyone who your team could get to improve.I will be naming 10 different players that will be heading into the free agency pool this off season. Everything from QB to RB, and WRs also.I'll list them all. Now, if you'd like, let the free agent frenzy, begin!WR Wes Welker, PatriotsIn a very, very, very wide receiver-filled free agency bucket, Wes Welker is your top guy.He amassed 768 catches for 8,580 yards and 38 touchdowns in this primarily slot receivers career. And five Pro Bowl appearances with the Patriots and many are saying the Patriots are the only team that will grab this 31-year-old receiver.Is that true? Not at all, Welker makes a very shocking, yet helpful move by signing with the...Landing Spot - Washington Redskins  WR Greg Jennings, Packers                         Wasn't too long ago that Jennings and Green Bay were marching down the field and winning their first Super Bowl in years, and now, Jennings is looking for a new home. With the depth and talent on the Packers' roster.A new contract is highly unlikely for Jennings and the Pack. He is a very talented receiver and teams would love to have him, may I hint a team?How about the New York Jets? Or the Chiefs? Hmm.. How about neither? This guy takes his talents to where stars are born, err.. reborn? I don't know, but he'll be charging up his career here in San Diego.Landing Spot - San Diego Chargers OT Jake Long, DolphinsJake Long is one of those, once in a lifetime offensive lineman. With the Dolphins, his whole career and Pro Bowls plus a No. 1 pick under his belt, he is the strength of the Miami Dolphins' run game.In my opinion, without him, you wouldn't have the wildcat around now. That seems silly, but he really held up that teams blocking and the absence of him, could mean another hurt Reggie Bush. In the long run, he goes to a better place where this team is already rebuilding and benefiting huge from it. He goes to the Bengals.Landing Spot - Cincinnati Bengals WR Mike Wallace, SteelersMike Wallace ran the show over in Pittsburgh. So far in his career, He has accumulated 235 receptions 4,042 yards and 32 touchdowns, and a holdout under his belt. He is undoubtedly one of the fastest players in the NFL and can stretch the field pretty much better than anyone. Every team would love to have the services of this gunner, but when it comes down to it, the Miami Dolphins get this top wideout.Landing Spot - Miami Dolphins FS Dashon Goldson,49ersGoldson is versatile, and just an all-around great safety; many teams will want him, but they also will want Ed Reed, which is why I have them tied for 5th. Goldson was one of the leaders of an outstanding 49ers' defense. teams like the Ravens, Chargers, Bengals, and Eagles are looking for safeties.Goldson, was a red zone star, all three career interceptions he has came in the opponents 49-20 (narrowed to inside the 30). Which is what people want, A red zone athlete to prevent scoring. I think it will be no surprise when Goldson signs his four-year deal with the...Landing Spot - Cincinnati Bengals  FS Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens Reed is set to become a free agent, and those wondering if he'll "agree" before Tuesday at 3 C.T. No, He represents himself, you can only talk with the players agents during early negotiating.Now that we have that out of the way, time for real business. Reed has plenty of teams that would love to have him as a player. Who are the teams willing to put that price that he may want in his hands?A lot, Denver, New England, Cincy, and possibly San Francisco, are teams that could use his services. With a HUGE shocker, he goes to the same name, different game and team, a team looking for vengeance against Reed and the Ravens.. The..Landing Spot - San Francisco 49ers        
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