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Top five NFL free agents still available (6)

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1. Jared Allen

For Jared Allen it is definitely all or nothing. The unrestricted free agent wants his market value or he will walk away from the game.

The former Minnesota Vikings defensive end believes he has his right to earn the market value for a player of his quality, as he aims to secure another contract in the NFL.

Allen's production on the field speaks for itself as the five-time Pro Bowler has only failed to get over ten sacks in a season twice in ten years in the NFL.

His best tally stands at 22 sacks, and he achieved that only back in 2011.

This proves that the 31-year-old is far from past it, and there are guaranteed to be plenty of suitors for his services.

These include the likes of Chicago and Seattle, but Denver now appear to be out of contention after they signed pass rusher DeMarcus Ware.

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