NFL Rumors: Top-3 Free Agents Drawing Interest From Other Teams

The NFL offseason is set to begin in a few weeks and it's going to be an epic show of movement around the league. There's talent at every position who will be changing teams and the fans should expect to see an entertaining flurry of transactions once the floodgates open. Let's take a look at the top three free agents this offseason and showcase a couple of teams as potential destinations:

Davante Adams, WR 

The Green Bay Packers may lose one of the games best wide outs and there's going to be a massive amount of interest in Davante Adams. He is the best of the best off the available list and expect to see the Pack do their best to try and re-sign Adams before the lines get opened. No wide receiver has recorded more receptions and touchdowns in the last two seasons than Adams and he certainly is a franchise-tag candidate for Green Bay as they will be desperate to try and hold on to their generational talent. If no deal gets reached before free agency begins, the list of interested teams includes....all of them.

J.C Jackson, CB

Another franchise-tag candidate J.C Jackson leads the free agent class from the defensive side of the football. The New England Patriots are in tough with their decision to either franchise-tag or provide a huge extension to Jackson this offseason as they do not want him to walk his way to the open market. He's led the NFL in interceptions the past two seasons and is one of the most impactful players in the league when it comes to his defensive prowess. If Jackson becomes a free agent the Washington Commanders and Baltimore Ravens would have serious interest.

Terron Armstead, OT

We can't remember the last time an offensive tackle was this coveted but Terron Armstead is certainly a hot commodity across the NFL. He's going to secure the bag this offseason and will sign a lucrative contract this spring and it's likely not with the New Orleans Saints. The Saints don't have a ton of money to spend and will likely let Armstead walk. He's been a bit banged up the past couple of seasons but that shouldn't scare teams away. Expect to see contending teams like the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills make offers once Armstead hits the open market.

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