Top Remaining NFL Free Agents as 2019 Offseason Comes to a Close

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NFL training camps begin this week and teams are already contemplating how they're going to trim down their 90-man roster to 53. We know injuries and training camp will dictate that, but so could the remaining names on the free agent market.

So, as the 2019 offseason wraps up and NFL teams are beginning to put their 53-man rosters together, here are the top names still available.

Top Remaining Offensive Free Agents

WR Michael Crabtree – You need a veteran receiver who can be a red zone threat? Michael Crabtree is your guy. In his lone season with the Baltimore Ravens last year, the 31-year-old receiver hauled in 54 receptions for 601 yards and 3 TDs. He's shown the ability to thrive when the quarterback moves the ball vertically down field. At this point, it shouldn't take much to bring him aboard.

RB Jay Ajayi – Ayayi looked like one of the up-and-coming running backs in the NFL after his 2016 season with the Miami Dolphins during which he rushed for 1,272 yards. Well, injuries have begun to pile up and he missed 12 games last year. He might be worth a flyer because he's special when healthy.

WR Dez Bryant – Bryant didn't play at all last season after tearing his Achilles just two days after signing a one-year deal with the New Orleans Saints in November. That certainly has had an impact on his market, but if the 30-year-old wideout can prove he's healthy, you have to think some team will take a chance on him.

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