Top 3 Remaining Free Agents

The initial frenzy of free agency has come to an end, but that doesn't mean every star has found a home. Here are the three remaining free agents most capable of transforming a team.

Bobby Wagner, Linebacker

Former Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner is one of the few slam-dunk, first-ballot Hall of Famers still playing in the NFL, and his 2022 season showed he still has plenty left in the tank. Wagner was a first-team Pro Football Focus All-Pro and second-team Associated Press All-Pro last year and is still only 32 years old. He has eight Pro Bowls and six first-team All-Pros to his credit, and he may still have more to come.

Odell Beckham Jr., Wide Receiver

Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. flirted with seemingly every team in the league in 2022 before eventually missing the entirety of the regular season due to an untimely ACL tear suffered during the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl LVI victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Once one of the league's biggest stars, it's been a little while since Beckham was a true game-changing pass catcher: he hasn't cleared 1000 yards and 8.0 yards per target since 2018. Still, at the peak of his powers, no player was more exciting: he opened his career with three straight Pro Bowls while averaging 95.9 receiving yards per game over his first 43 career appearances.

Yannick Ngakoue, Edge Rusher

Edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue has bounced around the league so much in his young career that he's flown under the radar at one of the league's highest-profile positions despite piling up impressive numbers. The 27-year-old has played on four teams in four years, yet was productive on every one of them. He has tallied 8.0 sacks or more in all seven of his seasons since entering the NFL and even led the league in forced fumbles during his Pro Bowl 2017 season. He still has plenty of productive years ahead of him.

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