On the latest episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football podcast, Keelin Billue joins the show to discuss the offensive players who will be 2023 free agents in the NFC South. The below article is a high-level overview that will show how much cap space every team has going into the offseason, the percentage of snaps, and the fantasy points each key free agent had in 2022. During the podcast, we touch on the potential impact these free agents could have on the team if they were to leave in free agency this offseason. You can view the entire episode on the Razzball Fantasy YouTube channel or wherever you get your podcasts.
Team: Atlanta Falcons
2023 Cap Space: $49.4 million under
Notable Free Agents:
* The Atlanta Falcons enter the off-season with the second most cap space. This cap space should allow them to pursue top free agent quarterbacks like Derek Carr or acquire targets Lamar Jackson or Aaron Rodgers via trade. Currently sitting with the eighth pick in the first round, the likelihood of nabbing a top quarterback in the draft is unlikely, so a veteran heading to Atlanta could be the most likely scenario this off-season.
* Another key for the Falcons will be to retain offensive lineman Kaleb McGary. One of the biggest surprises of 2022 was the improvement of the Falcons’ offensive line. Atlanta finished in the top five in PFF’s end-of-season offensive line rankings. This level of continuity upfront, along with an upgrade to the quarterback position, would be big news for Kyle Pitts, Drake London, and Tyler Allgeier heading into 2023.
Team: Carolina Panthers
2023 Cap Space: $5.6 million over
Notable Free Agents:
* New Head Coach Frank Reich will have his work cut out for him as the Panthers currently have no cap space or quarterback and just ninth overall pick. The current quarterbacks on the roster include Matt Corral and Jacob Eason, who have combined for just 10 pass attempts in the NFL
* The next burning question for the Panthers will be what happens if they are unable to retain D’Onta Foreman. Foreman put together by far his best season in the NFL in 2022, with 914 rushing yards and nine touchdowns. If Foreman were to walk this offseason, Chuba Hubbard and Raheem Blackshear could be in line for a bigger wo…
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