As expected, NFL free agency isn't slowing down as the calendar turns to Week 3.
With injuries piling up and expanded practice squads a part of this year's proceedings, notable names such as Blake Bortles, Ezekiel Ansah and Devonta Freeman have recently joined teams desperate to fill holes at their respective positions.
What's left is a list of recognizable names with proven production and projectable impacts.
Here's a list of the top names still on the open market matched with suitors based on team need and fit.
TE Delanie Walker
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Delanie Walker seems like one of those veterans a contender grabs late in the season and improves its odds of a playoff run, though circumstances might dictate an earlier return.
Walker, 36, has played in just eight games over the last two seasons. But the tight end is unquestionably productive and has a reputation as a leader. In his last healthy season, 2017, he caught 74 passes for 807 yards and three scores. Before that, he had scored six or more times in three of the prior four seasons.
Joining a team now wouldn't be the biggest ordeal for a veteran like Walker, who could at least deploy as a situational weapon when it's time to move the chains or score. Load management is a must, given his injury history (ankle setbacks in 2018 and 2019), but it seems inevitable he'll find a home.
With teams such as San Francisco, Arizona and Buffalo dealing with injuries at the position, Walker could be back with a team soon.
Possible suitors: San Francisco, Arizona
DL Damon Harrison
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Damon Harrison will keep sitting near the top of available free-agents lists until a team snags him.
"Snacks" is 31 years old and had a down season with a bad Detroit Lions team last year, which might partially explain why he's still sitting on the open market (add an influx of talent via the draft and the other usual factors).
But a team struggling with injuries or performance might hope Snacks can rediscover his 2018 form in a new locale. That year, Harrison received a 92.0 grade from Pro Football Focus, an impressive performance during stints with the Lions and Giants.