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Football Flea Market: A Guide To The NFL's Top 2015 Free Agents

Okay so after all the Super Bowl excitement, happiness, anger or resignation that we may have felt, it's NFL free agents time.

When you are a big fan of a team, this means everything. You keep track of them on social media, read news about them and cherish your hoodie or shirt with the name of your favorite player.

But, when you find out those players are free agents, something inside you dies and you begin to question your existence.

You can also be completely indifferent toward other players or glad that finally, some of them are in the tightrope and cross your fingers that no team will want them.

Obviously, you may hate a certain team but as a mature person, you still recognize the talent of other players, so you may also be eyeing someone who could be a perfect fit for your team.

Either way, here are some players, by team, who are now in the crosshairs:

Cleveland Browns

Brian Hoyer – Quarterback

I don't know about you, but Hoyer helped me at least once or twice in my fantasy, so I have a bit of affection for him.

Dallas Cowboys

Dez Bryant – Wide Receiver

DeMarco Murray — Running Back

These guys have proved in the field what they are capable of doing. Both would be great additions to other teams.

Denver Broncos

Demaryius Thomas — Wide Receiver

Wes Welker – Wide Receiver

After seeing his old team win the Super Bowl, it's safe to say Wes Welker is not happy and may be looking for a change of scenery.

No team wants to lose two wide receivers at once, so it'll be interesting to see how the Broncos compensate.

New England Patriots

Darrelle Revis - Cornerback

Stephen Gostkowski — Kicker

Shane Vereen – Running Back

Stevan Ridley – Running Back

The Super Bowl win may be a little bittersweet now since the Patriots have so many free agents.

And, if they want to keep most of them, it will be an expensive bill.

New York Jets

Michael Vick – Quarterback

Michael Vick has had better seasons and honestly, after all the legal stuff he went through, there weren't high expectations for him. But, when he returned, he showed everyone that he still was an amazing QB.

Perhaps if the Jets give him another chance he will prove himself again.

Philadelphia Eagles

Mark Sanchez — Quarterback

Okay Marky Mark, as much as we love you, we have to accept that this season, your interceptions were out of control. But, we are hoping that you will surprise us next season.

Seattle Seahawks

Byron Maxwell — Cornerback

This one will be greatly missed if the team doesn't keep him.

Well, all we can do now is have patience and hold out hope that our favorite players stay with their teams or go to better ones.

But, if we really are fans, it doesn't matter where these guys play. All the players have unique characteristics and abilities and we must hope that they will develop even more throughout every new season.

It is important to know the new, promising players because you may be surprised by how qualified they are. For example, SB XLIX had an impressive turn of tables from rookie Malcolm Butler.

Citations: 2015 NFL unrestricted free agents by team (NFL.com)