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NFL Free Agent Rankings: Centers & Guards
By Matt Horkman

1. Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers
One of the best run blockers in football, Iupati displays outstanding athleticism for his size (6-foot-5, 331) as he routinely gets to the second level. He also grades out very well as a pass blocker. Simply put, he is one of the best guards in all of football. At just 27, he is in line to receive a major payday.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Jacksonville, San Francisco, Tampa Bay, & Washington

2. Orlando Franklin, Denver Broncos
The Broncos kicked Franklin inside to guard after he played tackle in his first four seasons. He responded well, looking very good as a pass blocker. In fact, he was one of the better pass-blocking guards in football, though some of that may have to do with Peyton Manning’s quick decision-making. Nonetheless, he’s a young and versatile offensive lineman hitting the open market. He’ll have plenty of options.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Denver, Jacksonville, N.Y. Jets & Oakland

3. Stefen Wisniewski, Oakland Raiders
The Raiders are going to let Wisniewski test free agency, a move that could backfire on them. He has been one of their most reliable players, starting 48 games in for years. The former second-round pick will generate a ton of interest as free agency’s top center.

Possible Destinations: Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Kansas City, & N.Y. Giants

4. Clint Boiling, Cincinnati Bengals
Re-signing Boling is one of the Bengals’ top off-season priorities. He’s young (25) and is a steady player. He reportedly wants to return to Cincinnati, so signs point toward a deal. Rodney Hudson

Possible Destination: Cincinnati

5. Rodney Hudson, Kansas City Chiefs
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported that Hudson is seeking a deal that’ll pay him $7 million annually. That puts him in Nick Mangold territory, a player he is not on the same level as. It’s also a hefty price for a player that didn’t live up to his potential until last season.

Possible Destinations: Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants, & Oakland

6. Brian De La Puente, Chicago Bears
It was shocking that De La Puente didn’t receive more interest as a free agent last year. He had a good year in 2013, but settled for taking a backup role in Chicago. The Bears would be wise to re-sign him as Roberto Garza’s replacement.

Possible Destinations: Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Kansas City, & New Orleans

7. James Carpenter, Seattle Seahawks
There’s a reason Marshawn Lynch breaks so many tackles, and it’s because the offensive line doesn’t always get the job done. Carpenter is a mediocre guard. His market won’t begin to develop until the top interior offensive lineman sign.

Possible Destinations: Denver, Detroit, N.Y. Jets, Oakland, & Seattle

8. Rob Sims, Detroit Lions
Sims, 31, is a dependable veteran who has spent the last five seasons in Detroit. He may take his time to gauge his market, hoping for a contender to come calling. The Patriots could use some help inside.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Detroit, New England, & N.Y. Jets

9. Jonathan Goodwin, New Orleans Saints
Even at the age of 36, Goodwin still does a manageable job. He can play center or guard, and would be a good pickup for a team looking for a stopgap at either position.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Detroit, New England, & New Orleans

10. Willie Colon, N.Y. Jets
Over the last two years, Colon started all 32 games for the Jets. He can play right tackle or guard, with the latter being his best fit at this point in his career.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Detroit, New England, & N.Y. Jets

Best of the Rest
Justin Blalock, Atlanta Falcons
Todd Herremans, Philadelphia Eagles
Will Montgomery, Denver Broncos
Chris Myers, Houston Texans
Dominic Raiola, Detroit Lions

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