Hub Arkush: Free agency's biggest bargains, overpays Seahawks stole K.J. Wright, unlike Washington spending record money on Collins By HUB ARKUSHMarch 20, 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. So here’s a way-too-early look at who are this year's biggest bargains, overpays: Bargain K.J. Wright: Certainly, injuries are a concern with Wright, who will turn 30 this season, but he is one of the most underrated players in the league when healthy. At less than $8 million a year, he’s a steal.Overpaid Trent Brown: Read above and then make him the highest paid offensive lineman in the game. I couldn’t be happier for the guy but I also just can’t see him playing anywhere near up to that deal, and that the Raiders shipped Osemele out to make this work is really too bad.Bargain Bashaud Breeland: Breeland is an excellent cover corner with nice size, instantly upgrading the Chiefs' CB position. Injuries hadn’t been a problem for him prior to last year, and on a one-year prove it deal at $5 million, he’s a bargain.Overpaid Landon Collins: Collins is a great football player — one of the best safeties in the game — but as it is prone to do, Washington was bidding against itself. As it is want to do, Washington got its man but left the team with a number of other holes and in less than ideal cap shape going forward.Bargain Bears S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix: Clinton-Dix hasn’t played as well over the last year and a half or so as he did over his first three years in the league. But he’s still been highly productive with six picks and 12 passes defensed in 2017-18. His 17 INTs and 36 PDs over the past five seasons — — which included one Pro Bowl — make him one of the most productive safeties in the game, and for the Bears to get him at the age of 26 on a one-year, $3.5 million prove-it deal to pair with All Pro Eddie Jackson is a gamble they really can’t lose.Overpaid Lions DE Trey Flowers: Flowers is a really nice player who did make a difference in New England, but $90 million with $56 million guaranteed is nuts for a guy who, at 6-foot-2 and 265 pounds, doesn’t really have a position and has averaged only seven sacks, two passes defensed and three tackles for loss per season.