Although I wouldn't mind the Pats taking a run at one of them I don't think it's realistic money wise even if they're not franchised. Richard Seymour 15M in 2012, 2/30M Elvis Dumervil 14M in 2012, 6/60M Haloti Ngata 2.9M in 2012, 5/61M 25M signing bonus last year Julius Peppers 8.9M in 2012, 6/84 6.5 signing bonus with 43 guaranteed Terrell Suggs 4.9M in 2012, 6/62.5 10.1 signing bonus with 38 guaranteed Vince Wilfork 4.5M in 2012, 5/40 18M signing bonus with 25 guaranteed Jerod Mayo 1.25M in 2012, 7/49.85 6M signing bonus with 18 guaranteed I think the biggest obstacle is are you going to pay somebody from outside the organization more then Wilfork and Mayo? I do not think they will. Second the contracts of guys like Peppers and Suggs dictate that you'll have to. Williams can get more money by just staying with Houston and with teams like KC have tons of cap room somebody is going to offer him a lot of money. I actually think KC makes a ton of sense and can you imagine Williams and Hali? Although Justin Houston had a decent rookie campaign. Anyway short answer is they won't be addressing OLB via FA. Another position perhaps.