1. LB Kyle Van Noy
Van Noy spent his first two-plus NFL seasons in Detroit, before being traded to the New England Patriots during the 2016 campaign. He played in New England for four full seasons, with a 2020 campaign with the Miami Dolphins in-between, before signing with the Los Angeles Chargers last offseason.
Van Noy has openly acknowledged he won't back with the Chargers in 2023. But as recent weeks have gone on, almost any team that could use a linebacker has been tied to him as a possible free agent fit. He's 32 years old, but experience and versatility makes him an easy fit for several teams and defensive schemes. He has at least five sacks in four straight seasons.
Van Noy has been an off-the-ball linebacker and an edge rusher during his 10-year career. He played in all 17 games for the Chargers last year (70 percent snap share, 13 starts), with 46 total tackles (eight tackles for loss), five sacks and 14 quarterback pressures. In 2021 for the Patriots, he posted five sacks along with top-notch coverage numbers (69.3 passer rating allowed, 10 pass breakups).
If he wasn't over 30, Van Noy would probably not be available as May winds down. But here he still is, and it wouldn't be a surprise if he is signed soon.