Hub Arkush: Nick Foles will be one of free agency's MVPs, but Trent Brown bound to disappoint But who else figures to flourish, flounder among this year's big free agent signees? By HUB ARKUSHMarch 19, 2019 The NFL’s free agency bizarre isn’t even a week old yet and at least five of this year’s top 30 players are still on the board, with as many as 30 percent of the top 100 still available.But the majority of the league’s 32 teams have already locked in their salary cap plans for the 2019 season, and though there are still a number of quality signings to come, most of the “big deals” and headline makers are done. So here’s a way-too-early look at who will be this year's free agent MVPs and disappointments: MVP Tevin Coleman: Kyle Shanahan knows exactly what to do with Coleman to get the most out of him. The former Falcon is an instant upgrade, not only for the Niners running game but as a valuable weapon for a passing game that is extremely short on those right now. And it’s really surprising how reasonable his price was.Disappointment Sheldon Richardson: Richardson is a head case who hasn’t fared well in the past when playing on long-term deals. While everyone else is raving about what the Browns have done, there should be some real concern about all the character question marks in that locker room right now, and my gut tells me it’s a bad spot for Richardson to flourish.MVP Nick Foles: I don’t know what Foles has left to prove, but there is enough talent left in Jacksonville for him to make the Jaguars instantly competitive again. Blake Bortles got a lot more of the blame than he deserved, but Foles is a former Pro Bowler and a Super Bowl MVP at the most important position on the field, and I expect him to make a big difference.Disappointment Lamarcus Joyner: Joyner’s play has slipped a bit the past two seasons — and that was playing in one of the most talented secondaries in the NFL. Now, he’s going to be asked to make a difference while surrounded by far lesser talent, and with the comfort of four years and $21 million guaranteed it’s not at all certain he can handle it.MVP Golden Tate: No, he isn’t Odell Beckham Jr. — and he never will be on the field — but Tate also isn’t OBJ off the field — and that’s a good thing. Forget Beckham; he’s gone. Tate is a perfect fit to work with Eli Manning and to help groom a young quarterback when Manning's heir apparent is ready to take the field.Disappointment Trent Brown: This kid was playing as well as any left tackle in the NFL at the end of last season — and he has a Super Bowl ring to prove it. But that was with Brady and Belichick, some think the best O-line coach in the game in Dante Scarnecchia and one of the better O-line groups in the game. Derek Carr isn’t going to make things anywhere near as easy on Brown, and the rest of the talent on the Raiders line won’t come close to measuring up.