2015 Free Agents: Full Backs

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2015 Free Agents: Full Backs


Welcome to the Pro Football Focus Free Agent page for Full Backs.

Here you will find all the available free agents as well as how many snaps they played in 2014 and their PFF grade for the year.

Below the table you’ll find by-position and by-team free agent links as well as a few important disclaimers.


2015 Free Agent Full Backs

NameAgePos2014 Team2015 TeamRatingSnaps
Henry Hynoski26FBNYGNYG6.4209
James Develin27FBNENE4.8259
Jerome Felton29FBMINBUF3.7175
Will Ta'ufo'ou29FBJAXUFA3.6230
John Kuhn32FBGBGB1.4195
Will Johnson26FBPITPIT1.3209
Cory Harkey25FBSLSL0.3349
Jackie Battle31FBTENUFA0.1118
Montell Owens31FBCHIUFA01
Collin Mooney29FBTENATL00
Bradie Ewing25FBUFACUT00
J.C. Copeland24FBDALNYJ00
Zach Boren24FBSDTEN00
John Conner28FBNYJBUF-0.1154
Jorvorskie Lane28FBTBTB-0.6102
Jed Collins29FBDETCUT-1.3252
Tyler Clutts30FBDALDAL-5.3163
Will Tukuafu31FBSEASEA-5.9160


Free agent lists by position:

QB | RB | FB | TE | WR | OT | G C | Specialists
S | CB | LB | Edge Defenders | Interior D-Line


Free agent lists by team:




Now for some disclaimers:

–  The overall ratings only tell part of the story and feature no weighting for specific facets of play. For more in-depth analysis, sign up for our PFF Premium Statistics.

–  All ratings and snap counts are from the 2014 regular season only and ratings between players of two different positions are not meant to be compared.

–  Sorting players by position and ranking won’t necessarily get you the same order we’ve used in some of our articles. That’s because we’ve done more to put the numbers into context. The grades require intelligence applied to them.

–  This list of players consists only of players who ended the season on a roster in 2014 and are scheduled to become free agents when the 2015 league year begins, or players who have been released during the offseason; players that are exclusive rights free agents are not included.

–  Player ages are as of September 1, 2015.

–  If you spot any errors please contact Nathan Jahnke or Gordon McGuinness on twitter and he’ll set about fixing it.


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| Analyst, Lead Special Teams Analyst

Gordon has worked at PFF since 2011, and now heads up the company’s special teams analysis processes. His work in-season focuses on college football, while he is also heavily involved in PFF’s NFL draft coverage.

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