Top Free Agents 2022

1. Davante Adams (Age: 29)

Adams is the top free agent in this crop after failing to agree to an extension before the 2021 season. Adams has amassed 73 touchdowns in his 116 games as a Green Bay Packer and will be looking to cash in. Green Bay should be looking to keep the star WR around, but it could be a tough task given their cap constraints. If the team can financially make it work, I would expect Adams to be franchise tagged at north of $20 million. Adams’ fantasy value in GB is contingent upon a Rodgers return. If Rodgers leaves and Adams stays (unlikely), Adams could face an uphill climb to keep his WR1 status. There are plenty of attractive locations looking for a true number one receiver. It’s hard to see a situation that would benefit him more than staying with his current HOF quarterback. Top Landing Spots: Green Bay (if Rodgers returns), New England, Las Vegas

2. Chris Godwin (Age: 26)

Godwin was in line for a massive payday before his ACL injury ended his season. At 26 years old and has a track record that should make him one of the top 10-15 highest paid WRs in football. Tampa has a lot of holes to fill following a disappointing ending to their season. They may not find it feasible to re-sign Godwin at market value. Godwin should have no shortage of suiters heading 2022. Chicago makes a ton of sense assuming he meshes with Fields better than Allen Robinson did. Godwin may not be in the golden situation he had with Brady, but his talent should keep him in the WR2 range regardless of where he ends up. Top Landing Spots: Chicago, Miami, Cleveland

3. Mike Williams (Age: 27)

Williams is a curious case for the Chargers. They could choose to tag him at $19 million or extend him. An extension may have a similar AAV (Average Annual Value). The Chargers have plenty of money, but have bigger holes to fill. Williams had his most productive season to date, but was still largely inconsistent. Remaining with LA would be good for his value with Keenan Allen drawing #1 coverage. However, teams with young QBs looking for a top option with money to spend could be intriguing. It’s reasonable to think Williams could become a top target for a guy like Trevor Lawrence or Mac Jones. Williams is currently on the WR2/3 borderline for me until we see how free agency shakes out. Top Landing Spots: Jacksonville, New England, Los Angeles Chargers

4. Leonard Fournette (Age: 27)

Playoff Lenny should be the most coveted RB in this year’s crop. Giving him bargaining power with Tampa (a team with bigger issues than RB). With 26 free agents, Tampa has little cap space to work with, It’s difficult to see Fournette back with the Bucs. This could be his last chance to cash in on a decent contract given the typical RB market. Fournette’s fantasy value moving forward will be directly tied to his landing spot. Fournette can be serviceable as part of a committee, but there are places that could turn him into a workhorse for a year or two. Expect Fournette to get a two year contract with an RB-needy team and grind out two more top 24 seasons.  Top Landing Spots: Buffalo, Miami, Atlanta

5. Allen Robinson (Age: 29)

As mentioned in our Dynasty Trade Targets article, I see Robinson as an easy mark in a trade. He should be able recoup most of his 2020 value once he signs somewhere. One thing is clear: Robinson will not be back in Chicago. This is a good year to be a free agent receiver, with lots of quality quarterbacks looking for new weapons. If Robinson can land in an offense looking for a new alpha (reunion in Duval County?) he will get close to his 2020 stat line. Robinson is currently valued as a dynasty WR3/4, he should be back into the high-end WR3 conversation heading into 2022. Top Landing Spots: Jacksonville, New England, Las Vegas

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