Top-10 Free Linebackers Agent in 2019
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January 30, 2019September 16, 2018; Tampa, FL, USA; Fellow Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Hicks (58) celebrates while resuming the fumble recovery from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver, Mike Evans (13) during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
The free agent class of the 2019 linebacker contains some real tacos at the top with a strong depth talent to the bottom. Every team wants a faithful leader in the middle of the defense, and shooting at some of those who have seen only limited action in their careers could prove to be a valuable move for the future. These teams will have to choose between a group of linebackers who have done brilliantly in one way or another.
With this, here we have our best linebackers at a free agency:
1. Jordan Hicks
After losing much of the 2017 season with an injury to Achilles, Hicks made great and perhaps unforeseen advances in many ways in 2018. The third round went up His efforts to defend himself, as he posted a 81.3 best career, defense degree (10th), while only five players were missing throughout the season. As a result, Hicks published a degree north of 80.0 for the second time in his professional career, and his ascending career makes him an attractive choice in a free agency.
2. C.J. Mosley
When the Ravens of Baltimore wrote to Mosley, they thought it was like the replacement of Ray Lewis. While Mosley did not match the ratings of more than 80.0 of Lewis in his first four seasons, he still became a consistent leader in the defense of the Ravens swings. He placed the percentage greater than 35% in each of his four years, including a better 10.6 percent of the career in 2018. Mosley dissipated the talk that it was a responsibility in the coverage after to publish leave to the race in the allowed gardens (408), yards for reception (9.3) and patios after the capture (190). If you do not get a great deal in Baltimore, another team will surely be willing to pay.
3. Anthony Barr
Apart from a horrible spectacle in coverage against Los Angeles Rams, where he allowed three touchdowns in coverage, Barr showed he could hit anywhere in the field in 2018. He led All linebackers with a productivity ratio of 13.8 passes, accumulating 23 pressures on only 94 pass-snaps. Whoever moves away with Barr will also get a person who can cover half the field relatively well. These three touchdowns that allowed against the Rams were the only ones that surrendered throughout the year, and had a catch speed of 73.3 best of the race (20) in the coverage.
4. K.J. Wright
Wright may be the most intriguing player in this list, simply because he has not had a bad season in eight years with Seattle Seahawks. Without seasonal levels below 65.0, Wright's consistency stays in the best possible way. Wright has never had more than three penalties in one season and has only had two titles in one go. Despite losing a large part of 2018 with an injury, the fourth round of 2011 would have to find a home easily in the middle of the defense of someone in 2019.
5. Kwon Alexander
The old LSU product is only 24 that goes to the free agency, which is worth it, despite limited production. Alexander lost time in 2018 for injuries, so that what he can bring to a team will probably be judged with the previous production. His past has many positive aspects, including 11 combined breakdowns in 2015 and 2016, three interceptions and no touchdowns allowed in 2017 and two-digit pressures in their first three years in the league. He clearly has the tools to succeed at the NFL level, it's just a matter of putting them all together to form a solid season.
6. Mychal Kendricks
Kendricks was one of the five best compatriots in the NFL, but a sharp decline in the overall score, followed by a steady increase, makes the second rounder appear on the rise in a free agency. His style of playmaker reached five passes (t-5), 40 stops (t-28) and an overall grade of 82.0 (9) in 2017. With this last full football season, Kendricks has a strong resume, problems outside the field in 2018 can prevent a team from taking a close look in the near future.
7. Denzel Perryman
Lucky for Perryman, his career with the Los Angeles Chargers has been stored for two stellar years: one of the campaigns for novices and the other a strong season of 2018. Perryman has only surpassed 400 times one Season, but has won a team that needs depth in the position of the support line. It allowed the 12th best capture rate (70.8%) in coverage this year between line defenders and achieved 22 stops in just 386 clicks.
8. Deone Bucannon
With five seasons under his belt, Bucannon has not yet been able to find his foot. The fast count has decreased in each of the last four seasons, and their overall ratings have followed their example. Although allowing 2018, about 14.5 yards for each capture in coverage, there were some bright points. He lost only four clashes in the regular season, while serving seven quarterback pressures in just 29 fast pitches. Having said that, Bucannon is probably a player of depth for those who take him away at a free agency.
9. Jake Ryan
Ryan lost all of 2018, so that its value in the market is based solely on three years of production, and showed improvements in each one of them. In 2017, in the way of winning a strong 75.7 degree (15), Ryan had the fourth best pitcher (85.6), 25th best coverage (68.9) and 30th best defense (72.9). This total capacity and upwards make it a low risk option for a linebacker support team.
10. Preston Brown
The full list is Brown, who joined the Bengals in a one-year deal before the 2018 season. Unfortunately for Brown, after playing more than 1,000 plays in four seasons with the Buffalo Bills, # 39 ; injury error finally hit when he lost nine matches. The worst 55.8 degree of the race in the shortened season means that he will have to show that he still deserves a significant playing time in 2019.