NFL free-agency reset: Best remaining players, teams still in the QB market, more Who are the high-end players still on the market Here are the top 10, plus more on the new benchmark set for contracts and teams that still will be looking to draft quarterbacks in April. 1 Related The 2013 first-round pick out of Syracuse started his career at right tackle, before shifting to right guard and landing back at right tackle this past season when the Giants were desperate on the outside.
His versatility is a plus.
He was drafted by the Bengals, but the writing was on the wall for the 25-year-old as it became known that Cincinnati coveted a running back in the 2017 NFL draft and eventually took Joe Mixon in the second round.
But he has never been the same since fumbling late in the 2015 AFC wild-card game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, ultimately contributing to an eventual loss.
Since that game, Hill has combined for 955 yards and nine touchdowns in the past two seasons and lost playing time to Mixon last year.
With Burkhead and James White locks to make the Patriots’ roster at running back, Hill projects to compete with Mike Gillislee and veteran special-teamer Brandon Bolden for a roster spot.
The defensive lineman lasted just one season with the team.
Under new head coach Frank Reich and defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, the Colts are switching back to a 4-3 base defense in 2018.
Hankins is a better fit as a 3-4 nose tackle.
The former Giants second-round pick accumulated 24 tackles and two sacks in 15 games last season.
Devils forward Miles Wood left the game in second period following a collision with Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin. Wood appeared to bend his right arm awkwardly on the hit. He skated to the bench in pain and went down the tunnel.