2022 NFL free agency: Making a full team with available players

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NFL Free Agency: Terron Armstead #72 of the New Orleans Saints in action against the Seattle Seahawks during the fourth quarter at Lumen Field on October 25, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images) /

2022 NFL Free Agency Offense – Offensive Line

Left tackle, Terron Armstead

Terron Armstead is a premier left tackle in the NFL.  At just 30 years old, he definitely has some quality play left in him.  If the Saints elect to not retain his services, look for Armstead to get a large paycheck this offseason.

Right guard, Brandon Scherff

Scherff has a hard time staying healthy, and availability is the best ability in the NFL.  However, Scherff is a premier guard and will make most offensive lines stronger.

Center, Ryan Jensen

Jensen’s 4-year contract with the Buccaneers is expiring, and he’ll get to test free agency again.  As a top-shelf center, Jensen is poised to cash in again.  There are many teams who could use an upgrade along the interior, and Jensen can provide that.

Right guard, Mark Glowinski

Glowinski is part of the punishing offensive line of the Indianapolis Colts.  He’s an above-average starter who will latch on to a team pretty quickly if not retained by Indy.  This free agent offensive line is looking very strong thus far.

Right tackle, Morgan Moses

Moses hasn’t missed a start since his rookie season in 2014.  He’s as steady as they come.  He doesn’t take many penalties and stays on the field.  This would be a quality signing for any team looking to fill a right tackle hole.

Tight end, Bob Tonyan

Most of the free agent tight ends are over 30 years old.  Tonyan will be 28 when the season begins and has enjoyed a couple of solid seasons catching passes from Aaron Rodgers.  Tonyan provides a steady presence as a blocker and pass catcher.