We're already entering what is essentially the second wave of free agency. Most of the premier names are gone, including Darrelle Revis, who was a free agent for about a minute on Wednesday. As the sun rises on the third day of the new league year, here's a look at the top 10 players still available:
1. Jason Hatcher: Coming off a career year but 32 years old. Dude is versatile and can get a push from inside, so he'll get big money. He's been touring the country, so look for something to happen soon.
2. Henry Melton: Another versatile defensive tackle with Pro Bowl ability. He's younger than Hatcher but is coming off a torn ACL. Somewhat ironically, the Cowboys are reportedly interested, but he'll visit the Vikings on Thursday.
3. Evan Dietrich-Smith: He was the fourth-best pass-blocking center in the league last year, according to Pro Football Focus. Nothing done yet, but he's visited the Bucs.
4. Anthony Collins: He proved last year that he could be a long-term left tackle somewhere. He's reportedly choosing between the Bucs, Panthers and Bengals.
5. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: I don't totally trust him but he makes the list with Revis and Aqib Talib is reportedly gone. DRC was PFF's fifth-ranked corner in 2013.
6. Justin Tuck: Wrong side of 30 and inflated his stats late in a contract year, but the guy still gets after the quarterback and is a great run-defending defensive end. Apparently he's visiting the Raiders, which is mandatory for all Giants free agents.
7. B.J. Raji: Coming off a rough year, but he's only 27 and still a beast. But it's been crickets thus far.
8. Hakeem Nicks: Only 26 and so much talent, with two 1,000-yard seasons under his belt. The former first-round pick might have to settle for a one-year prove-it contract.
9. Chris Clemons: The former Dolphins safety, not the former Seahawks defensive end. Clemons isn't a star, but he's a very strong starter. He won't last long now that all of the top-tier safeties are gone.
10. Julian Edelman: I know the circumstances were weird in New England, but he's coming off a 100-catch, 1000-yard season. Now that Eric Decker is signed, the market should open up for him and Nicks.