30. Calais Campbell, DL: Baltimore Ravens ➡️ Baltimore Ravens
A grizzled veteran at this point, Calais Campbell is still bullying people on the defensive line.
His production over the last couple of years is not the same as we once saw from him, but Campbell is still an extremely valuable player, not only in the defensive line rotation but also in terms of his leadership and intangible qualities.
The Ravens have to approach the 2022 offseason like they are title contenders and re-signing players like Campbell is the clearest indicator you believe that.
29. Amari Cooper, WR: Dallas Cowboys ➡️ Miami Dolphins
The good folks at Pro Football Focus actually had Antonio Brown in this slot, and that is just not an avenue I’m going to go down.
So, we’re getting hypothetical here and anticipating that Amari Cooper becomes available.
If he does, we know the Miami Dolphins are expected to be aggressive in free agency (what else is new?) and specifically, they should be interested in this deep wide receiver group.
Cooper is not exactly spectacular in any particular regard, but he’s very good all-around. Tua Tagovailoa needs pieces around him that can make his life easier and Cooper can do that.