The AFC East front offices have some decisions to make.
ProFootballFocus.com recently published a list of its 20 highest-graded unrestricted free agents, and some key players from the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and Buffalo Bills made the list.
Below are the AFC East'ers, with a sliver of analysis from PFF. Click the link at the bottom for the full list and full analysis.
3. Olivier Vernon (Dolphins)
If you want an example of a player turning it on right before free agency, look no further than Olivier Vernon.
4. Damon Harrison (Jets)
The highly-paid nose tackle may be a dying breed, but Damon Harrison has a great chance to buck the trend.
6. Richie Incognito (Bills)
Incognito’s off-field reputation preceded him heading into 2015, but he has always been one of the better guards in the league, and his signing always seemed a shrewd piece of business by Rex Ryan from an on-field perspective.
7. Muhammad Wilkerson (Jets)
If it weren’t for coming into the league with J.J. Watt, Muhammad Wilkerson would have the argument for being the league’s top 3-4 defensive end.
19. Lamar Miller (Dolphins)
If PFF gave an award for the most underutilized player in the league, Lamar Miller would have been a frontrunner.
20. Corey Glenn (Bills)
The Bills’ offensive line, as a whole, had a huge turnaround from the largely disastrous performance of the 2014 season, but it’s a testament to Glenn’s consistency that he was the highest-graded Bills offensive player in 2014, despite the poor play of his fellow linemen.