Odell Beckham Jr., Rob Gronkowski; Who Are the Top 5 Unsigned Free Agents So Far This Offseason?

It's been more than a week since NFL free agents could officially begin joining new teams and also eight days since trades. Here's the list of the top 5 NFL free agents.

Bobby Wagner

It would be upset if the six-time All-Pro isn't a first-ballot Hall of Famer. However he will be 32 in June, and his 2021 season was cut slightly short by a sprained knee. Still, Wagner is a savvy tactician who diagnoses offenses as well as any defender in the league.

Odell Beckham Jr.

Didn't take him long to re-establish his superstar bona fides following a midseason departure from Cleveland last season. OBJ, 29, looked like an early favorite to win Super Bowl 56 MVP honors before suffering another ACL tear before halftime.

Stephon Gilmore

A Pro Bowler the past four seasons – even with a torn quad limiting him in 2020 and 2021 – Gilmore, the 2019 Defensive Player of the Year, remains among the best at his premium position even as he approaches his 32nd birthday.

Tyrann Mathieu

Another guy who's seemingly been around forever but won't actually be 30 until May. The "Honey Badger" – he's OK if you still call him that – helped herald in the era of the multi-faceted defender who could toggle between safety, slot corner and maybe even a little linebacker in sub packages.

Rob Gronkowski

Yet, it has been crickets on Gronkowski's end since as other dominos around the league have fallen. Gronkowski was singing the praises of players like Joe Burrow before hitting free agency.

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