Early look at top NFL free agents in 2018

By Connor Hughes | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

........Twenty-one teams are expected to have at least $30 million in salary cap space, per OTC. Eleven teams will have at least $50 million. The 49ers and Browns should have over $100 million.

Needless to say ... money will be spent.

And who will it be spent on? Here's an early look at who's set to be a free agent.

Note: Teams can still re-sign their own unrestricted free agents, and also use their franchise tags.

QUARTERBACKS
Kirk Cousins, Redskins
Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers
Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings
Sam Bradford, Vikings
Josh McCown, Jets

RECEIVERS
Allen Robinson, Jaguars
Jarvis Landry, Dolphins
Alshon Jeffery, Eagles
Davante Adams, Packers
Sammy Watkins, Rams

TIGHT ENDS
Jimmy Graham, Seahawks
Tyler Eifert, Bengals
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Jets
Cameron Brate, Bucs
Antonio Gates, Chargers

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Nate Solder, Patriots (LT)
Weston Richburg, Giants (C)
Justin Pugh, Giants (OG)
Luke Joeckel, Seahawks (OG)
Alex Boone, Cardinals (OG)

DEFENSIVE ENDS
Ezekiel Ansah, Lions
Demarcus Lawrence, Cowboys
Sheldon Richardson, Seahawks
Julius Peppers, Panthers
Kony Ealy, Jets

DEFENSIVE TACKLES
Dontari Poe, Falcons
Corey Peters, Cardinals
Beau Allen, Eagles
Bennie Logan, Chiefs
Haloti Ngata, Lions

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
Telvin Smith, Jaguars
Nigel Bradham, Eagles
Devon Kennard, Giants
Justin Durant, Cowboys
Sean Weatherspoon, Falcons

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
NaVorro Bowman, Raiders
Demario Davis, Jets
Paul Posluszny, Jaguars
Todd Davis, Broncos
Zach Brown, Redskins

CORNERBACKS

Trumaine Johnson, Rams
Malcolm Butler, Patriots
Patrick Robinson, Eagles
Morris Claiborne, Jets
Aaron Colvin, Jaguars

SAFETIES
Morgan Burnett, Packers
Tyvon Branch, Cardinals
T.J. Ward, Bucs
Eric Reid, 49ers
Darius Butler, Colts


Even with a tight cap squeeze Howie always finds a way .
With the teams fortunes raising , out of towners will be flirting
and our lads should be willing to take home town discounts to stay on board .