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1. Damon Harrison, DT, N.Y. Jets
A true 3-4 nose tackle, Harrison will fit just fine in Todd Bowles' new defense. The Jets expect him back, as they gave him a second-round tender.
Possible Destination: N.Y. Jets
2. Tashaun Gipson, S, Cleveland Browns
Gipson has intercepted 11 passes over the last two seasons. The Browns tendered him at a second round level, meaning a team would have to relinquish a second round pick if they sign him to an offer sheet and Cleveland refuses to match. This year’s draft doesn’t offer many enticing options at safety, so there’s an outside chance someone could bite.
Possible Destinations: Chicago, Cleveland, Minnesota, & N.Y. Giants
3. Cedric Thornton, DT, Philadelphia Eagles
An outstanding run stopper, Thornton followed his breakout 2013 campaign with another solid outing in 2014. He also received a second round tender, but the Eagles are hoping to workout a long-term deal before he becomes an unrestricted free agent next year.
Possible Destination: Philadelphia
4. Jermaine Kearse, WR, Seattle Seahawks
Already with a thin receiving corps, the Seahawks gave Kearse a second round tender to ensure his return. Kearse, primarily a vertical threat, caught seven passes for 209 yards and two touchdowns this postseason.
Possible Destination: Seattle
5. Andre Holmes, WR, Oakland Raiders
Playing in all 16 games, Holmes caught 47 passes for 693 yards and a touchdown in 2014. The Raiders could be looking to overhaul their receiving corps, so they may decide to let Holmes walk.
Possible Destination: Carolina, Cleveland, Oakland, & Tennessee
6. George Johnson, DE, Detroit
The Lions made it known early they were going to tender Johnson, who had a career-best six sacks in 2014. He benefited a lot from playing on a defensive line that featured Nick Fairley, Ndamukong Suh, and Ziggy Ansah. It’ll be interesting to see how he does without that many talented players surrounding him.
Possible Destination: Detroit
7. Rodney McLeod, S, St. Louis Rams
McLeod, 24, has started every game for St. Louis over the last two seasons. He’s versatile enough to cover the slot, something he did quite well against the Denver Broncos. In fact, McLeod delivered this now infamous hit on Denver receiver Emmanuel Sanders. He’ll be back in St. Louis.
Possible Destination: St. Louis
8. Emmanuel Lamur, OLB, Cincinnati Bengals
Lamur isn’t a flashy talent, but he’s improving and Cincinnati coaches really like him. In fact, they penciled him as a starter rather early last offseason. He’ll be back in black and orange.
Possible Destination: Cincinnati
9. Don Barclay, OT, Green Bay Packers
The Packers, especially coach Mike McCarthy, are high on Barclay. He started 14 games for the team in 2013, filling in for an injured Bryan Bulaga at tackle. He can also play guard and potentially center. The Packers probably view him more favorably than most franchises do. As a result, look for him to be back in Green Bay.
Possible Destination: Green Bay
10. Will Hill, S, Baltimore Ravens
Despite possessing above average talent, Hill is an expendable asset to the Ravens. He’s battled off-field issues since entering the league in 2012. Most notably, he served a six-game suspension in 2014 for a past violation of the substance abuse policy. Baltimore gave him the lowest possible tender, likely believing the reward doesn’t outweigh the risks for 31 other teams.
Possible Destination: Baltimore
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Bryce Harris, OT, New Orleans Saints
Sterling Moore, CB, Dallas Cowboys
Derek Shelby, DE, Miami Dolphins
Justin Tucker, K, Baltimore Ravens