Signed up for the 7-day free trial so here goes... ————— 1. DeMarcus Lawrence, DE 2018 team: Dallas Cowboys | Age entering 2019 season: 27 A year on the franchise tag appears to have paid off for Lawrence, who followed up his 14.5-sack performance last season with 10.5 in 2018. It's possible that the Cowboys could tag him again, but Lawrence would otherwise be among the rarest of commodities: an available elite pass-rusher. 2. Le'Veon Bell, RB 2018 team: Pittsburgh Steelers | Age: 27 Bell sat out the entire 2018 season, losing $14.45 million in the process, to get to this point. It remains to be seen if teams will view him as a top-end playmaker with fresh legs or a 27-year-old running back with 1,541 touches of wear and tear already baked into his body. 3. Dee Ford, DE/LB 2018 team: Kansas City Chiefs | Age: 28 A perfectly timed 13-sack season has raised Ford's stock to elite pass-rusher level. If the Chiefs don't use the franchise tag on him, he would almost certainly be among the most-pursued free agents on the market. 4. Jadeveon Clowney, DE/LB 2018 team: Houston Texans | Age:26 After two injury-filled seasons earlier in his career, Clowney has played in all but three games over the past three years. And he has 24.5 sacks over that period. Whether the Texans use the franchise tag could depend on if he is classified as a defensive end or linebacker. 5. Frank Clark, DE 2018 team: Seattle Seahawks | Age:26 A total of 32 sacks in the past three seasons, including 13 in 2018, has pushed Clark to the elite tiers of NFL pass-rushers. It is difficult to imagine the Seahawks letting him leave, but it will take a premium deal or the franchise tag to keep him off the market. 6. Teddy Bridgewater, QB 2018 team: New Orleans Saints | Age: 26 Even after three seasons away from the field, Bridgewater still is young enough to be a longer-term starter. His 2018 preseason with the Jets (73.7 completion percentage, 316 yards, two touchdowns) was encouraging. Can his right knee hold up over 16 games? It hasn't been tested in that way. But almost any quarterback available in free agency comes with at least some drawback. 7. Trent Brown, OT 2018 team: New England Patriots | Age: 26 Brown started 16 games at left tackle for the AFC East champions after an offseason trade from the 49ers. At 6-foot-8 and 380 pounds, he is a formidable obstacle for opposing pass-rushers. And at his age and with some position flexibility, Brown will have many suitors. 8. Landon Collins, S 2018 team: New York Giants | Age:25 A three-time Pro Bowler, Collins suffered an ill-timed shoulder injury that required surgery and at least four months of rehabilitation. Because he wasn't a first-round pick, Collins is a young free agent. The Giants could use the franchise tag to retain him, but estimating value for safeties on the open market is tricky. 9. Trey Flowers, DE 2018 team: New England Patriots | Age: 26 Flowers hasn't put up elite-level sack totals for a defensive end; his career high of 7.5 in 2018 brought his three-year total to 21. But he is one of the Patriots' top all-around defenders, and you wonder if they would let him leave a roster that already lacks young playmakers on that side of the ball. 10. Kwon Alexander, LB 2018 team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Age: 25 A torn ACL in Week 6 put contract discussions on hold, but the injury happened early enough that he should be ready for the 2019 season. Alexander is one of the NFL's top 4-3 linebackers when healthy. But the injury, plus the Buccaneers' coaching change, makes it difficult to predict how aggressively the team will pursue him. 11. Earl Thomas, S 2018 team: Seattle Seahawks | Age:30 There is a history of elite NFL safeties playing well into their 30s. The Ravens' Eric Weddle is the latest example. But Thomas' injury history is significant. He hasn't made it through a full season since 2015. 12. Grady Jarrett, DT 2018 team: Atlanta Falcons | Age:26 Teams place a premium on interior disruption, a skill Jarrett has consistently demonstrated. Traditional statistics for an interior defender don't often tell the full story, but it's worth noting that Jarrett hit a career high with six sacks in 2018. He also has played in all but three games for the Falcons in four seasons. 13. Tyrann Mathieu, S 2018 team: Houston Texans | Age:27 Although he has expressed a strong desire to remain in Houston, the Texans have a long list of pending free agents, headed by Clowney. Mathieu has started 16 games in each of the past two seasons, a strong response to injury problems earlier in his career, but he still hasn't rebuilt his full profile as a dominant playmaker. 14. Matt Paradis, C 2018 team: Denver Broncos | Age:29 A broken leg cut short his season after nine games, but Paradis is expected to make a full recovery. Depending on a looming evaluation from the Broncos' new coaching staff, he could be an upgrade for most teams seeking a new center. 15. Sheldon Richardson, DT 2018 team: Minnesota Vikings | Age: 28 A strong year on the field, and a quiet one off it, sets up Richardson with a fairly clean slate in the 2019 market. He played in 16 games for the first time in four seasons, finishing with 4.5 sacks and partial responsibility for a run defense that ranked No. 8 in the NFL in yards per carry (4.1). 16. Tyrod Taylor, QB 2018 team: Cleveland Browns | Age:30 Taylor wasn't sharp with the Browns in 2018, completing 49.4 percent of his passes in three starts, but the issues with the scheme were made clear by the team's in-season coaching change. Taylor remains a viable option for a team that wants to create legitimate competition at the position. 17. Ezekiel Ansah, DE 2018 team: Detroit Lions | Age: 30 Age and a long injury history will limit his value. Most recently, two shoulder injuries cost him nine games in 2018. But he had 48 sacks in six seasons with the Lions, and a team with a plan to use him situationally could receive big dividends. 18. Anthony Barr, LB 2018 team: Minnesota Vikings | Age: 27 Barr is an elite athlete who has shown bursts of dominance. But from a value standpoint, Barr plays a position -- outside linebacker in a 4-3 -- that rarely gets paid top-end money. 19. Donovan Smith, OT 2018 team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Age: 26 Opinions vary on Smith's effectiveness, but make no mistake: Even competent left tackles rarely make it to the market. When they do, teams line up to pay them big money. Smith could be the next. 20. Tyrell Williams, WR 2018 team: Los Angeles Chargers | Age: 27 He might not be a household name, but since the start of the 2016 season, Williams has averaged more yards per reception (15.9) than all but six pass-catchers in the NFL (minimum 43 catches). He might be the best big (6-foot-4) deep threat approaching the market. 21. Ja'Wuan James, OT 2018 team: Miami Dolphins | Age:27 The former first-round draft pick has been the Dolphins' right tackle for the past five seasons. After playing out his fifth-year option, he'll wait to see what the team's new coaching staff decides. But with the value of right tackles approaching that of left tackles, at least on the field, he would field significant interest on the market. 22. C.J. Mosley, LB 2018 team: Baltimore Ravens | Age:27 A four-time Pro Bowl player who has missed only three games in five seasons, Mosley was a big part of the Ravens' defensive turnaround in 2018. He also plays a position that traditionally doesn't attract big free-agent offers. But every good defense needs the glue that Mosley provides. 23. Tevin Coleman, RB 2018 team: Atlanta Falcons | Age:26 Coleman has relatively low mileage on his body after four seasons (528 rushes) and has been productive as a receiver. He has eight touchdown receptions since the start of 2016. That makes him attractive for teams willing to spend for a veteran tailback. 24. Za'Darius Smith, DE/OLB 2018 team: Baltimore Ravens | Age:26 A part-time starter for the Ravens, Smith played 66.7 percent of their defensive snaps in 2018 and made an impact as a pass-rusher. He had a career-high 8.5 sacks, and Pro Football Focus credited him with 60 pressures, which ranked him No. 17 in the NFL. 25. Margus Hunt, DL 2018 team: Indianapolis Colts | Age:32 If there is a profile for a valuable 32-year-old defensive lineman, Hunt might be it. A starter for the first time in his career, Hunt compiled five sacks in 15 games. Teams that always have loved his size -- 6-foot-8, 298 pounds -- might rationalize the native of Estonia as simply a late bloomer. 26. Dante Fowler Jr., DE 2018 team: Los Angeles Rams | Age:25 Traded from the Jaguars at midseason, Fowler got plenty of work with the Rams. He played on at least 62 percent of snaps in all but one of his eight games with them. Though he managed only two sacks with them, and just 16 in three NFL seasons, he has enough youth and pass-rushing pedigree to draw interest on the market. 27. Devin Funchess, WR 2018 team: Carolina Panthers | Age:25 Funchess went in the wrong direction after the Panthers traded for Torrey Smith and drafted DJ Moore in the first round last year. His catch totals (20 percent), yardage (34 percent) and touchdowns (50 percent) all dropped from 2017. But young 6-foot-4 outside receivers with 21 career touchdown catches tend to generate free-agent interest. 28. Bryce Callahan, CB 2018 team: Chicago Bears | Age: 27 Primarily working in the slot, Callahan started 10 games in 2018, and 29 in four seasons with the Bears. He would draw significant interest from teams looking to slow highly productive slot receivers. According to Pro Football Focus, opposing quarterbacks had a 78.9 passer rating when targeting Callahan in 2018 -- among the five lowest in the league. 29. Steven Nelson, CB 2018 team: Kansas City Chiefs | Age: 25 It probably sounds odd to include any member of the Chiefs' pass defense, which allowed the NFL's second-most passing yards (4,374) and ranked No. 25 in Total QBR (60.6). But according to Pro Football Focus, Nelson held up better than most. He allowed a 53.1 completion percentage on passes thrown in his direction, and opposing passers had a 76.8 passer rating against him. 30. Henry Anderson, DL 2018 team: New York Jets | Age: 28 Anderson produced a career year after signing a one-year deal with the Jets. Playing in 16 games for the first time in his career, he compiled seven sacks and was credited with 48 pressures by Pro Football Focus. He is big (6-foot-6, 301 pounds) and versatile enough to play in most systems. 31. Mark Glowinski, G 2018 team: Indianapolis Colts | Age:27 After moving over from the Seahawks, Glowinski started nine games for the Colts. He played well enough to merit more than a casual look on what is always a limited market for starting-caliber offensive linemen.