Grant could still re-sign with the Jaguars, but the veteran safety is being recruited by the Saints and Seahawks. Grant is not a huge hitter but is solid in pass defense.
2 of 6Mike Ehrmann/Wireimage.com
Stallworth had a strong postseason and has proven he is a bona fide deep threat. The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Stallworth is in the NFL's substance-abuse program, which could scare away some teams.
3 of 6Peter Read Miller/SI
He's just 6-feet tall, but June was productive for the Colts -- especially in the postseason. His speed makes him a good fit in a Cover Two scheme.
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The 28-year-old Curtis visited with the Lions and Vikings, but hasn't made a decision yet. Curtis' opportunities were limited over the past couple of seasons because of the veteran receivers in St. Louis, so teams aren't quite sure how good he is.
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Hamlin came back from an injury with a strong 2006 season. The 26-year-old safety had two sacks and three interceptions and appears to still be improving. The Saints are reportedly very interested.
6 of 6Al Tielemans/SI
Harper missed the Super Bowl with a sprained ankle and has played outside the spotlight in Indy, but some people think he's one of the most underrated cornerbacks in the NFL. Harper may benefit in this free-agent market from playing such a sought-after position.
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