1. Sebastian Vollmer, OT: It’s amazing he might get less money than Jermon Bushrod. Sign this man!
2. Andre Smith, OT: The longer this goes, the better chance he will re-sign with the Cincinnati Bengals.
3. Elvis Dumervil, DE: Still a good, not great, pass rusher. He can start for a lot of teams but might return to the Denver Broncos after a contract flap involving a rogue fax machine.
4. Brent Grimes, CB: Coming off a torn Achilles tendon makes Grimes a difficult player to evaluate, but the talent is there.
5. Antoine Winfield, CB: Tough as nails and versatile, Winfield is a perfect short-term addition for a contender.
6. Ed Reed, S: The southern hospitality shown by the Houston Texans should result in a contract, unless rapper Pitbull gets in the way.
7. Fred Davis, TE: Like Dustin Keller, Davis is coming off an injury-plagued year. Unlike Keller, there are big off-the-field concerns. The Cleveland Browns or the Washington Redskins should get Davis.
8. Brandon Moore, G: He can start 16 games at a cheap price.
Starters with questions
9. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB: Teams might wait until Bradshaw is fully healthy this offseason to sign him.
10. Dwight Freeney, DE: The New England Patriots could sign him in an Adam Vinatieri-in-reverse type of move.
11. Osi Umenyiora, DE: He is beginning to realize all those long-term offers from the New York Giants weren’t so bad.
12. Richard Seymour, DL: He wants big money and could wait out teams looking for an injury replacement in camp.
13. Michael Huff, S/CB: A surprise late addition to the free-agent market, Huff still has some good years left.
14. Nnamdi Asomugha, CB: The San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints are the two most likely landing spots for Asomugha.
15. Eric Winston, OT: He probably has to wait for Vollmer and Smith to sign.
16. James Harrison, LB: He’s not getting a ton of interest, but he could go revenge mode by signing in Baltimore.
17. The wheel of starting kickers: A few kickers have signed, but Phil Dawson, Jason Hanson and Steven Hauschka still are out there.
18. Adam Jones, CB: He’s most likely to return to the Cincinnati Bengals, especially if Terence Newman leaves.
19. Israel Idonije, DE: He doesn’t fit in every system, but he should make a nice third DE for some team.
20. Beanie Wells, RB: The Pittsburgh Steelers checked out Wells’ knee. There are big health concerns here.
21. Daryl Smith, LB: Teams don’t pay linebackers over 30 that don’t rush the passer.
22. John Abraham, DE: He’s battling Freeney for a potential job with the Patriots.
23. Shane Lechler, P: Punters are people, too.
24. Bryant McKinne, OT: Like Seymour, McKinnie could be a late addition in the offseason for a team in need.
25. Brandon Lloyd, WR: There’s a solid chance he’ll return to the Patriots because he won’t have a huge market.
26. Mike Jenkins, CB: It’s really not hard to find a cornerback this year. It’s hard to find a really good one.
27. Sedrick Ellis, DT: I’m surprised some coach out there doesn’t think he can turn around Ellis’ career.
28. Felix Jones, RB: He’ll get a job, but there’s no guarantee he’ll have much of a role.
29. Charles Woodson, S: If the 49ers don’t bite, we’re not sure where Woodson could land.
30. Brad Jones, LB: He’s a better signing than Erik Walden, who got big bucks from the Indianapolis Colts.
31. Brian Urlacher, LB: A return to the Chicago Bears seems inevitable despite reports of mild interest from the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys.
32. Victor Butler, LB: He showed flashes of serious pass-rush potential on the Cowboys.
Best of the rest: Karlos Dansby, LB; Julian Edelman, WR; Michael Turner, RB; Kerry Rhodes, S; Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR; Kevin Kolb, QB; DeAngelo Hall, CB; Shaun Phillips, OLB; LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB; Dawan Landry, S; Ronde Barber, CB/S; Nick Barnett, LB; Kevin Walter, WR; Jason Campbell, QB; Peyton Hillis, RB; Michael Boley, LB; Bernard Scott, RB; Takeo Spikes, LB; Tracy Porter, CB; Cedric Benson, RB.