I am Matt Williamson with yard marker to give you five under the radar free agents to be.
Let's start in Cleveland.
Rashard Hagen's good route runner, solid up and coming type wide receiver, still young kind was coming on strong and then got buried behind Landry and Beckham.
It's a very weak free agent wide receiver class.
He might be someone you can pick up on the cheap, making your third guy running by the slot.
Do whatever you want with them, but his best years might be on the horizon.
Robert Quinn, Defensive end Dallas.
I'm a former first round pick.
Had some great years with the Rams, like kind of rekindled that in a little bit of quiet manner with Dallas last year.
I don't know if he could stand up in a two point stands repeatedly, pretty much a true for three type and very explosive.
Pretty developed at this stage of his career.
Guys get vastly overpaid, but because Quinn's up in age, maybe you can get him a little bit cheaper.
One of my favorites, Danny on Amata, defensive tackle from the New Orleans Saints.
Not a big name player, but has been instrumental in their great run defense.
He has a good body also in ascending guy.
There's a lot of defensive tackles in this free agency class.
It's a deep groups.
You might be able to get these guys a little bit cheaper.
I think he's also got upside as a pass rusher.
Another older guy, Steven, was new, ski with it guard from the Kansas City Chiefs, help them in the Super Bowl This year.
He's bounced around the league, but every time he lands somewhere, he's a solid starting guard.
I mean, just solid starting guard.
And that in itself in an offensive line starved league has a lot of value and his contracts don't match up to that over the years.
So he's Somebody can pick up for a short term fix and be really happy with.
I mentioned a really strong Interior D line class and there's a lot of them the list.
But I just want to mention Damon Harrison, the nose tackle tape from the Lions and some of these guys play forever.
I mean, they're just eat up space.
They don't play a lot of snaps.
He was released.
Linval Joseph, the similar guy was just released.
You might get bargains on true nose tackle run stuffers, and this league doesn't value them anymore.
But they have value for a handful to 20 plays a game, depending on how the game script goes.
But I think Harrison has a lot of good football left and, if used properly, could be a highly effective addition to any defense.
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