The NFL's free-agent market looks like the grocery store shelves shortly after a hurricane warning is issued.
Although some big-name offensive players remain available, the pickings are slim on defense. Almost every proven pass-rusher and cornerback is off the board. This reflects the value of those positions in a league that continues to make the running game a lesser priority compared to throwing the football.
There is no rush for clubs to sign free agents with offseason programs now concluded. But as training camps open in late July and preseason injuries mount, teams will give another chance to players whose stars have faded from previous years.
Here's a look at 10 of them, why they're unemployed and what the future may hold for their NFL careers. - Alex Marvez
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