The first wave of free agency lasted just 36 hours this year, with the biggest names finding new homes during the shortened "legal tampering" period.
As we enter mid-March, the pickings are getting slim. Below are the top 10 available free agents.
1. Russell Okung, offensive tackle: The former Seattle tackle has a strong market for a player facing a five-month recovery from shoulder surgery. Representing himself in free agency, Okung has offers on the table from the Steelers, Lions, Giants and Seahawks. When healthy, he's an above average left tackle in the prime of his career.
UPDATE: Okung agreed to a five-year deal worth $12 million per season with the Denver Broncos on Thursday, a source told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
2. Chris Long, defensive end: Long can still rush the passer, but age (30) and recent injuries led to his release from the Rams. His world tour has taken him to New England, Atlanta, Dallas and Washington. He reportedly wants to play for a contender, which would leave the Patriots an obvious landing spot.
4. Reggie Nelson, safety: It's not a great sign that the Bengals have moved on and former coordinator Mike Zimmer isn't showing interest in Minnesota. He would be a good fit opposite strong safety Reshad Jones in Miami, where former Bengals defensive backs coach Vance Joseph is now running the defense. The Redskins and Falcons have reportedly kicked Nelson's tires on the heels of his first Pro Bowl season at age 32.
6. Andre Smith, tackle: A slimmed-down Smith entered last training camp with a vow to develop beyond "mediocre" only to suffer through the most disappointing season of his seven-year career.
8. Arian Foster, running back: Still rehabbing from Achilles tendon surgery, Foster is expected to delay a decision on his next team until later in the offseason. A reunion with Gary Kubiak in Denver makes plenty of sense, especially if the Broncos opt against matching the Dolphins' offer sheet for restricted free agent C.J. Anderson.
10. Walter Thurmond, safety: Thurmond was expected to attract plenty of suitors after an impressive transition from cornerback to safety last season. According to Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News, though, the 28 year old is contemplating retirement. That might explain why he hasn't been publicly connected to any teams in the past week.