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NFL Free Agent Rankings: Edge Rushers
By Matt Horkman

1. Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs
Houston had 22 sacks in 2014, falling one sack short of breaking Michael Strahan’s NFL record of 22.5. The Chiefs used the franchise tag on him, likely hoping they can workout a long-term contract.

Possible Destination: Kansas City

2. Jason Pierre-Paul, N.Y. Giants
After back-to-back lackluster seasons, Pierre-Paul rebounded in 2014 with 12.5 sacks. The Giants placed the franchise tag on him, which is reportedly worth $14.8 million in 2015. The two sides have until July 15 to reach a long-term deal.

Possible Destination: N.Y. Giants

3. Jerry Hughes, Buffalo Bills
Hughes found a home in Buffalo after fizzling out in Indianapolis. He has 19 sacks since signing with the Bills in 2013. The Bills are looking to complete a deal with his representation before he hits the opens market, but that’s looking less likely with each passing day.

Possible Destinations: Buffalo, Chicago, Jacksonville, N.Y. Giants, & N.Y. Jets

4. Greg Hardy, Carolina Panthers
In the wake of the Ray Rice scandal, the Carolina Panthers suspended Hardy as he faced domestic-violence charges. The alleged victim failed to show up to a court hearing last month, so charges were dropped. The NFL intends to suspend Hardy nonetheless. While a potential suspension reduces his value on the open market, somebody will grab the talented pass rusher for a reduced rate.
Jason Worilds
Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Jacksonville, & Oakland

5. Jason Worilds, Pittsburgh Steelers
A homegrown talent, Worilds is facing free agency for the second consecutive season. Last year the Steelers slapped him with the transition tag, preventing him from reaching the open market. He's free to test the market this time. Worilds, 26, has his best football in front of him. He’s going to break the bank.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, & Tennessee

6. Brian Orakpo, Washington
Orakpo has played in just 24 games the last three seasons. As a result, concerns over his durability will likely bring his time in Washington to an end. Arizona and Atlanta are great fits for his services, while Dallas could be the team to watch.

Possible Destinations: Arizona, Atlanta, Dallas, Jacksonville, & Indianapolis

7. Pernell McPhee, Baltimore Ravens
Coming off a breakout season, McPhee will demand top dollar on the market. One report puts his asking price between $8 and $10 million. That’s a lot of money to pay for a one-hit wonder, but the 26-year-old is just entering the prime of his career. Teams are going to jump all over him.

Possible Destinations: Arizona, Baltimore, Cleveland, Indianapolis, & Washington

8. Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles
Graham has suggested that he prefers to play in a 4-3, which is somewhat interesting given that he played well in Philadelphia’s 3-4 last year. He turns only 27 in April, so he still has a high ceiling. Teams will lock in on him, and probably overpay him by a large sum.

Possible Destinations: Cleveland, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, N.Y. Giants, & Oakland

9. Jabaal Sheard, Cleveland Browns
Sheard posted just two sacks in 2014, as he awkwardly transitioned to the 3-4 under Mike Pettine. He’ll look to get back in a 4-3 this offseason where he can put his hand in the dirt and rush the passer.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Cincinnati, Dallas, Jacksonville, & Oakland

10. Derrick Morgan, Tennessee Titans
The Titans need all the pass rushers they can get, so re-signing Morgan makes a lot of sense for them. However, he’s not an ideal 3-4 outside linebacker. They found ways to make it work last year, but he’s definitely more comfortable with his hand in the dirt. He may want to return to his 4-3 roots.

Possible Destinations: Atlanta, Cincinnati, Dallas, Jacksonville, & Oakland

Best of the Rest
Sam Acho, Arizona Cardinals
Akeem Ayers, New England Patriots
Dwight Freeney, San Diego Chargers
O’Brien Schofield, Seattle Seahawks
Anthony Spencer, Dallas Cowboys

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