Who would you like for the Titans to pick up in free agency? Quarterback 1. Joe Flacco: No way he gets out of Baltimore. 2. Michael Vick: Hasn't been cut yet, but once he is, Arizona, Cleveland and others could explore. 3. Alex Smith: Also hasn't been cut yet, but could make sense in KC, Jacksonville and several other spots. 4. Brian Hoyer: Plenty of teams see him a strong No. 2 who could thrive as a spot starter. 5. Kevin Kolb: Arizona was piling up wins before he got hurt; might not hit the market. Wide receiver 1. Greg Jennings: The injuries are something of a concern, but he has been a game-changer. 2. Dwayne Bowe: Good size and strong production despite not having good QB play. Miami makes sense. 3. Mike Wallace: Did not produce under pressure in 2012, but still so fast and so young -- he will get paid 4. Wes Welker: Have a hard time seeing him leave New England. 5. Danny Amendola: Rams badly want to keep him, as he's Sam Bradford's favorite target. Running back/fullback 1. Rashard Mendenhall: Injuries robbed him of much of 2012, but still the most productive of this bunch. 2. Reggie Bush: Could see him signing a short-term deal with a contender. His versatility will serve him well on open market. 3. Cedric Benson: Age and injury catching up to him, but had some nice moments for the Packers. Likely another one-year deal ahead for him. 4. Danny Woodhead: Much like Wes Welker, anyone see this multifaceted weapon actually leaving Bill Belichick? 5. Jerome Felton: Fullback was a key cog in Adrian Peterson's near-record season, and guys like Vonta Leach have gotten solid money in free agency recently. Tight end 1. Tony Gonzalez: The best to ever play the position, and still at a top level, but retirement seems to beckon. 2. Jared Cook: Wasn't always a fit in Titans offense, but young and talented and will have suitors. 3. Martellus Bennett: Had flashes of greatness with the Giants -- though still inconsistent -- and they are short on TEs. 4. Fred Davis: Incredibly talented, but troubled. Staying with the Skins and RG3 on a short-term deal might make most sense. 5. Dustin Keller: Very limited in his blocking skills, scouts say, but can catch the football. Offensive line 1. Ryan Clady: One of the best left tackles in the game, but no way he won't be franchised to protect Peyton Manning's blindside. 2. Branden Albert: Andy Reid went through enough OL shuffling in Philly; can't imagine he lets Albert out of KC now. 3. Jake Long: Production has waned past two years and injuries have become a real issue -- but would Dolphins really let this former No. 1 overall pick walk in his mid-20s? 4. Jermon Bushrod: Key cog for the Saints, but their cap crunch could lead to big money for him on the open market. 5. Max Starks: Steelers line gets maligned at times, but at age 30 expect Starks to get action on the open market. Defensive line 1. Cliff Avril: The Lions can't keep everyone up front and he won't be franchised again. 2. Randy Starks: Been in the league a long time but still a spry 28; tremendous versatility to fit any scheme and Dolphins likely lost their chance to keep him. 3. Henry Melton: Become a force for the Bears and one of the few younger impact players on that D. Would think they do all they can to keep him. 4. Richard Seymour: Dude can play inside and outside and will be refreshed getting out of Oakland. 5. Matt Shaughnessy: Dealt with a lot of coaching upheaval in Oakland in a short period of time. Still very young and talented. Linebacker 1. Dannell Ellerbe: Even when playing with one hand, he has become the engine of Baltimore's defense and keeping him will be top priority. 2. Anthony Spencer: Some scoffed when Dallas franchised him, but he will have the last laugh in free agency this year. 3. Connor Barwin: The absence of Brian Cushing may have hindered Barwin some this year, but still plenty of ability to get to the QB. 4. Paul Kruger: Took off in the second half of the season and has the entire league watching him in the postseason. Looking to get paid. 5. Shaun Phillips: Getting older, but I would take my chances with him above some of the other aging LBs. Cornerback 1. Sean Smith: Has the skills and body to be a shutdown guy, and at age 25 is just entering his prime. 2. Cary Williams: Stepped up big time when Lardarius Webb got hurt, and his playoff performances are only helping his cause. 3. Mike Jenkins: Yet to put it all together for the Cowboys but teams were exploring trade options for him last year. Will draw interest. 4. Aqib Talib: If not for his off-field troubles, would be much higher. Staying under the watchful eye of Bill Belichick might be his best move. 5. Tracy Porter: Seems like he has been around longer, but at age 26 well positioned for free agency. Safety 1. Ed Reed: Maybe the greatest ever, and still has a knack for the huge play at the huge moment. 2. Kenny Phillips: Can't stay healthy enough, but when he does the fellow product of The U flashes some Reed-like qualities. 3. Louis Delmas: Another absolute difference maker ... if he could stay in the lineup. Still, the Lions must make every attempt to keep him. 4. Jairus Byrd: Has tremendous ball skills, just like his daddy, former Chargers corner Gill Byrd. 5. Dashon Goldson: A heavy hitter who will be looking for more long-term security after coming off the franchise tag.