5 Leftover Free Agents Who Have Fantasy Football Potential

These players haven't yet signed, but if they land in a good spot, they could have an impact in fantasy football in 2018.

A lot of the headline free-agent moves have already been made. Big money deals have been signed, former fan bases thanked, and new jerseys are already flying out of the stores.

Even with all this money spent, it would not be accurate to say that every fantasy-relevant player for the 2018 season is already signed to a team. There are a host of street free agents who, when they eventually sign, could be players who are on the fantasy radar when draft season comes in August.

Here are five of the top fantasy-relevant free agents who, as of March 24th, remain unsigned.

Throughout this piece, we'll reference our in-house Net Expected Points (NEP) metric, which tracks the efficiency of both teams and players, with the team side being adjusted for strength of opponent. A three-yard reception on 3rd and 2 is wildly different than a three-yard receptions on 3rd and 4, and NEP helps account for that by tracking the expected points players add to their team's total over the course of a season. You can learn more about NEP in our glossary.

Let's get to it.