For the first time in years, teams will be able to fill one of the game's most important positions through free agency. (The signing period begins at 6 p.m. ET on Friday.) "I haven't seen this many good corners on the market in a long time," one veteran pro personnel man said on Sunday. By my count, nine of the top 50 free agents are cover men, including Nnamdi Asomugha, the best free-agent corner since Deion Sanders in 1995. Look for him to leave the Raiders and get paid $1 million a game by a cornerback-needy team such as the Texans or the Cowboys. Here's where I see the top 50 free agents landing. UPDATE: The Eagles have signed Asomugha, considered the NFL's top free agent, to a five-year, $60 million deal.