52. Quandre Diggs, S: Seattle Seahawks ➡️ Seattle Seahawks
Quandre Diggs suffered a bit of a scare last season as he was carted off the field on January 9.
He was enjoying an outstanding season prior to the injury, and typically when we see players suffer injuries like that, they re-sign with their current teams because of the fact that the team doctors have the most medical information available.
Diggs has 10 interceptions over the past two seasons, and 13 interceptions in the last three. He has been a ballhawk on the back end so perhaps even with his injury a couple of months ago, he will still have a robust market.
Seattle should be doing what they need to in order to keep him around.
51. DJ Chark, WR: Jacksonville Jaguars ➡️ Las Vegas Raiders
DJ Chark is going to have a very active market in free agency.
Even coming off of injury, he’s a young receiver who has a Pro Bowl on his resume, a 6-foot-4 frame, and sub 4.4 speed.
There will be teams lined up to sign him, and I don’t think he’s going to have to take a prove-it deal, either.
Chark will undoubtedly have a variety of offers to consider. If he doesn’t get a multi-year offer worth at least $15-18 million per year, maybe he will sign on with a team for a season to boost his value for 2023.
The Raiders’ top need this offseason is arguably wide receiver and this offense needs a vertical threat. Chark would be a huge free agent coup for Josh McDaniels and Dave Ziegler.