62. Gerald Everett, TE: Seattle Seahawks ➡️ Seattle Seahawks
Gerald Everett followed Shane Waldron to the Seattle Seahawks, and proved his worth on a one-year deal.
Everett caught four touchdown passes for the Seahawks this past season and he’s proven over the last five years to be an average to above-average receiving option at the position.
As you’ll notice throughout this post, there’s a theme of the Seahawks retaining their own free agents. I think we’re likely to see them do exactly that. Everett won’t cost them a ton but he should get a multi-year deal to return.
61. Foyesade Oluokun, LB: Atlanta Falcons ➡️ New York Jets
This man had 192 total tackles last season, and most fans outside of Atlanta probably have no clue who he is.
What he is is one of the top free agent linebackers on the market with true three-down abilities.
The New York Jets need to continue reshaping their defense now that they spent almost the entirety of their 2021 NFL Draft class investing in the offense.
Oluokun could be a fantastic addition in the middle as a playmaker who can get after the QB and make plays in coverage.