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A List of Free Agents In The Super Bowl or Pro Bowl

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Whether it's the Senior Bowl, the Pro Bowl or the Super Bowl, there will be plenty of buzz around the NFL over the next few weeks.

But once the games are over and the offseason kicks in, free agency becomes a main focus of many teams.

Dozens and dozens of players are unrestricted free agents, meaning they can re-sign with their current team or head to a different franchise.

Denver and Carolina, the two Super Bowl Participants, have a combined 29 players who will be unrestricted free agents once the season ends.

In addition, there are 10 Pro Bowl players who will be unrestricted free agents.

The Vikings have more than a dozen players who are scheduled to become free agents on March 9, the day when the League Year and Free Agency Period begins.

Here are the Super Bowl and Pro Bowl players who are slated to hit the open market:




Cortland Finnegan, cornerback

Tyronne Green, guard

Roman Harper, safety

J.J Jansen, long snapper

Kyle Love, defensive tackle

Josh Norman, cornerback

Brad Nortman, punter

Chris Scott, guard

Amini Silatolu, guard

Charles Tillman, cornerback

Mile Tolbert, fullback

Fernando Velasco, center

Joe Webb, quarterback



Omar Bolden, safety

David Bruton, safety

Andre Caldwell, wide receiver

Vernon Davis, tight end

Mike Harris, tackle

Ronnie Hillman, running back

Malik Jackson, defensive end

Shiloh Keo, safety

Evan Mathis, guard

Von Miller, outside linebacker

Jordan Norwood, wide receiver

Brock Osweiler, quarterback

Tyler Polumbus, tackle

Antonio Smith, defensive end

Danny Trevathan, inside linebacker

Kyle Williams, wide receiver




Richie Incognito, guard



Adam Jones, cornerback

Reggie Nelson, safety


Kansas City

Eric Berry, safety

Tamba Hali, linebacker

Derrick Johnson, linebacker


New York Jets

Chris Ivory, running back

Muhammad Wilkerson, defensive end


New York Giants

Kris Brown, kicker


Tampa Bay

Doug Martin, running back

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