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1. Bryan Bulaga, Green Bay Packers
Bulaga is a balanced tackle, with equally effective run and pass blocking. The left tackle market is barren, so a team might feel incline to give him a shot at the offensive line’s most valuable position. Such a move would surely drive up his cost, forcing the Packers to relent as he plays just the right side for them.
Possible Destinations: Carolina, Green Bay, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets
2. Joseph Barksdale, St. Louis Rams
A durable and consistent right tackle, Barksdale could really break the bank if he hits the open market. He has put together two consecutive quality seasons for the Rams, and his best football may yet be in front of him.
Possible Destinations: Houston, Jacksonville, N.Y. Giants, N.Y. Jets, & St. Louis
3. Derek Newton, Houston Texans
The Texans made it abundantly clear at the combine that Newton is part of their long-term plans. He’s coming off his best season as a pro, and has established himself as one of the best run-blocking right tackles in football. At just 27, he’ll draw heavy interest on the open market.
Possible Destinations: Carolina, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, & N.Y. Jets
4. Doug Free, Dallas Cowboys
Free is still a productive player, especially as a run blocker. He’s also one of the team leaders. However, he just turned 31 and the Cowboys may decide to go with 28-year-old Jeremy Parnell instead.
Possible Destinations: Carolina, Dallas, Houston, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets
5. Jeremy Parnell, Dallas Cowboys
Bringing back Parnell is definitely in the cards for Dallas, as he filled in admirably for Free in the latter half of last season. Parnell is younger than Free is, and he’ll probably come with a cheaper price tag.
Possible Destinations: Dallas, Jacksonville, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets
6. Ryan Harris, Kansas City Chiefs
Harris started all 16 games for the Chiefs, playing below average. He brings experience to the table, having made 54 career starts. If he doesn’t get a job as a starter, he’ll definitely get a look as a backup swing tackle.
Possible Destinations: Carolina, Dallas, Jacksonville, & Kansas City
7. Byron Bell, Carolina Panthers
The Panthers, without a solution at left tackle, moved Bell to the left side from the right side last season. The results were terrible. He's very clearly a mauling right tackle, a role he didn’t do a bad job of playing in his first three seasons as a Panther. Carolina will not re-sign him.
Possible Destinations: Jacksonville, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets
8. Eric Winston, Cincinnati Bengals
Playing in just four games in 2014, Winston will either retire or settle in as a swing backup tackle.
Possible Destinations: Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets
9. Jason Fox, Miami Dolphins
Fox started the final two games and played well. He’s only 26, so a team could sign him with the intention of giving him an opportunity to compete in training camp for a starting job. The Dolphins will want to retain him as a backup to Branden Albert and Ja'Wuan James.
Possible Destinations: Carolina, Cincinnati, Miami & N.Y. Giants
10. Joe Reitz, Indianapolis Colts
Reitz started seven games for the Colts, including all three of their postseason games. He helped stabilize their offensive, showing the grit that embodied it down the stretch.
Possible Destinations: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets
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Marshall Newhouse, Cincinnati Bengals
Michael Oher, Tennessee Titans
Erik Pears, Buffalo Bills
Tyler Polumbus, Washington