While we're late in the offseason, there are still many accomplished NFL free agents remaining on the market. Most of these 21 players are nearing the end of their careers but have earned All-Pro honors in the past.
Berry sat out last year recuperating from a heel injury, but Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reported that the safety plans to return in 2020. He's a three-time first-team All-Pro over nine seasons with the Chiefs but played a total of three games over his final two years in K.C. due to injuries.
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Vontaze Burfict, LB
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Burfict has been suspended multiple times for aggressive "play" on the field, including last year. The former Bengal and Raider was a second-team All-Pro in 2013 and hopes to play again.
Clowney is arguably the most attractive free agent remaining as a three-time Pro Bowler and second-team All-Pro in 2016. He played his first five seasons in Houston before being traded to Seattle last year.
Dareus has been an excellent run stuffer for much of his career between Buffalo and Jacksonville. He made the Pro Bowl in 2013 and 2014 and was a first-team All-Pro in 2014. Injuries plagued Dareus for much of last season.
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Devonta Freeman, RB
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Freeman had been with Atlanta for his entire six-year career until he was cut this offseason. The running back was a second-time All-Pro in 2015, also making the Pro Bowl in 2015 and 2016. He's struggled to stay healthy recently, and his play has suffered, averaging only 3.6 yards per carry in 2019.
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Frank Gore, RB
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Gore entered the NFL in 2005 and is still going strong, playing last year with Buffalo. He's a five-time Pro Bowler and was a second-team All-Pro while with San Francisco in 2006. Likely a future Hall of Famer, he currently has the third-most rushing yards in NFL history.
Gostkowski was New England's kicker from 2006-2019 before suffering a hip injury last season. The team cut Gostkowski following the season. His career accolades include four Pro Bowls, two first-team All-Pro designations and one second-team All-Pro honor.
Griffen was been with the Vikings since he was drafted in 2010 but is searching for a new team in free agency. He's a four-time Pro Bowler who was also a second-team All-Pro in 2017. Griffen goes into free agency with 74.5 career sacks.
Lynch came out of retirement to join the Seahawks late last season, and it remains to be seen if he will hang up his cleats for good. The five-time Pro Bowler was also a first-time All-Pro in 2012 and second-team All-Pro in 2014, with more than 10,000 career rushing yards.
A former superstar pass rusher in Green Bay, Matthews has been a first-time All-Pro once and second-team All-Pro twice in 11 NFL seasons. He moved on from the Rams after playing there in 2019.
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LeSean McCoy, RB
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McCoy got a Super Bowl ring last year with the Chiefs, albeit from the bench. The 11-year Pro has made six Pro bowls and was a first-team All-Pro in 2011 and 2013. He has more than 11,000 rushing yards in his career.
The speedy Ogletree with a second-team All-Pro with the Rams in 2016. He's a free agent after playing two seasons with the Giants.
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Jason Peters, LT
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Peters has been in the NFL since 2004, playing with Buffalo and Philadelphia. The nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle is also a two-time first-team All-Pro and four-time second-team All-Pro. He will likely be honored as a Hall of Famer in Canton eventually.
Suggs won a Super Bowl with the Chiefs after being claimed off waivers late in the year. He spent 2003-2018 with Baltimore, making seven Pro Bowls and being named a second-team All-Pro in 2008 and first-teamer in 2011. The future Hall of Famer has 139 career sacks.
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Aqib Talib, CB
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Talib has been with five different teams and made the Pro Bowl in five straight seasons, from 2013-2017. During that stretch, he was also second-team All-Pro in 2013 and first-team All-Pro in 2016.
Thomas has been a journeyman over the last two seasons after playing nine years in Denver. Most of his success came with the Broncos, making the Pro Bowl from 2012-2016 and being named a second-team All-Pro in 2013 and 2014.
Vinatieri's 2019 season ended due to a knee injury, but he's said that he'd like to return at age 47. Known for his clutch kicks, Vinatieri has won four Super Bowls and was a first-team All-Pro three times between New England and Indianapolis in an NFL career that started in 1996.
Wake is a late bloomer who has had quite an NFL career after some time in the CFL. He's made the Pro Bowl five times since 2010 and was a first-team All-Pro in 2012 and second-teamer three times. He surpassed 100 career sacks with the Titans last year after 10 seasons in Miami.
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