2013 NFL Free Agents: Players Least Likely to Remain with Team This Offseason

January 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The realities of a hard salary cap in the NFL are all too apparent during free agency, and this year will be no different.
While top-tier players like Ryan Clady and Wes Welker are likely to receive a franchise tag this offseason, others will be left to walk in free agency in hopes of finding a team willing to pay big money for their services.
With a deep class of players due to be free agents this offseason, we take a look at the players most likely to be left to find a new home when free agency begins in March.
Rashard Mendenhall
Mendenhall’s struggles in Pittsburgh began with a torn ACL last season and ended with an acrimonious benching and suspension at the end of the 2012 season. He still has the talent, but the Steelers may be ready to move on.
Pittsburgh used several running backs this season, including Mendenhall and recently-released Chris Rainey—another victim of Pittsburgh’s no-tolerance policy for disciplinary issues. C...

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