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With 42 of Around The League's original top 50 free agents already signed, though, there are still plenty of positions that need to be solidified.
Our free-agent tracker lists 32 potential starters left on the market. The teams below should be hot on the trail of those players to round out the weak spots on their rosters.
Here are positions that still need to be filled in free agency:
2. Panthers wide receiver: On the same day that Steve Smith signed with the Ravens, the Panthers landed a blocking tight end with five career receptions -- three more than all wide receivers on the roster combined. After missing out on hometown heroHakeem Nicks, there's pressure to land a starting-caliber receiver.
9. Giants tight end: New coordinator Bob McAdoo has made it clear that tight ends will play a big role in his offense, but Andrew Quarless re-signed with the Packers, Brandon Pettigrewreturned to Detroit and Jermichael Finley likely is headed to Seattle. The pickings are now slim, with Owen Daniels as the best available.