Many of the big names are gone and most of the huge deals are inked, but there are still plenty of free agents on the market that can make a difference.

Free agency is well underway and Marvin Harrison hasn't been on anyone's radar. Could his NFL days be over?

Free agency is well underway and Marvin Harrison hasn't been on anyone's radar. Could his NFL days be over?

With the increased salary cap room granted to NFL teams shortly before the beginning of free agency, many franchises still have plenty of money to burn and holes to fill.

Five teams still have more than $25 million in cap room. I’m here to help.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers ($42.8 million) – The Bucs have been quiet in free agency despite having the most cap room. They did add Derrick Ward to help solidify the backfield.

But the Bucs have lost far more than they’ve gained releasing Derrick Brooks, Cato June, Warrick Dunn, Joey Galloway, and Ike Hilliard. They also allowed cornerback Philip Buchanon and defensive tackle Jovan Haye to sign elsewhere.

The Bucs need help at defensive tackle, linebacker, wide receiver, and cornerback.

They are looking to get young so Shaun Cody (DT), Leigh Bodden (CB), or Angelo Crowell (LB) could make sense. Finding a young receiver is going to be more difficult.

New Orleans Saints ($31.1 million) – The Saints need defense in a bad way – secondary help specifically. They also should get a power runner to fill in for the departed Deuce McAlister.

New Orleans resigned linebacker Jonathan Vilma and picked up cornerback Jabari Greer – two steps in the right direction. Guys like cornerback Chris McAlister and safety Roy Williams could bring some experience and physicality to the secondary, while running back Rudi Johnson might be a good fit to compliment Reggie Bush.

Kansas City ($30 million)Tyler Thigpen showed potential last season, but the Chiefs dealt for Matt Cassell. Now he needs some targets and protection.

Dwayne Bowe is a nice receiver, but he needs some help. Torry Holt wants out of St. Louis, Marvin Harrison is still on the market, and Amani Toomer remains a dependable target.

There are several versatile offensive linemen that could help out the Chiefs – Khalif Barnes is among them.

The Chiefs also need a pass rusher, but there aren’t many on the market. Jason Taylor could make sense.

Tennessee Titans ($27.2 million) – The Titans filled a big need with the signing of wide receiver Nate Washington. Terrell Owens was sighted in Tennessee a few days ago, so maybe they aren’t done at the position yet.

The loss of Albert Haynesworth will put more pressure on the Titans’ suspect secondary. Cortland Finnegan is one of the best corners in the league, but across from him is Nick Harper and there is zero depth behind them as the Titans haven’t resigned Chris Carr, Eric King, or Tyrone Poole.

McAlister, Corey Ivy, and Justin Miller are all possibilities.

Jacksonville Jaguars ($26.2 million) – The Jaguars had a ton of UFAs and let most of them walk. At tackle, they let Barnes walk but signed Tra Thomas. They still need depth on the offensive line, an area ravaged by injury last year. Jon Runyan and Pete Kendall are a couple proven vets that could bolster the position.

The Jaguars never recovered from the loss of Marcus Stroud, but defensive tackle is one of the toughest positions to fill. Cody and Tank Johnson are out there.

With Matt Jones in jail, Jerry Porter released, and Reggie Williams not resigned, the Jaguars need another receiver too.