These seven players remain available in free agency, so we broke down their best fits. Gerald Hodges, Raiders: Jack Del Rio admitted the Raiders haven't properly addressed the middle linebacker position. LeGarrette Blount, Lions: Detroit is in need of a two-down back who can handle 20-plus carries per game, which Blount can. Colin Kaepernick, Seahawks: Kaepernick can come in and compete for the backup role with Trevone Boykin's future in doubt. Jairus Byrd, Bills: Byrd was dominant in Buffalo early in his career, and a return could be just what he needs. Darrelle Revis, Patriots: New England is familiar with Revis, who will have to settle for a cheaper contract in order to get signed. Gary Barnidge, Jets: New York uses tight ends less than any other team, but Barnidge can help change that narrative. Nick Mangold, Saints: With Max Unger injured, Mangold can step in and hold down the fort until he returns.