The Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs presumably are done making waves in the offseason veteran CB market, but what about the NFL's other 30 clubs? A quick glance at the final quartet standing a year ago reflects how much the best NFL teams value cornerbacks in a modern passing league: The Philadelphia Eagles sent the Buffalo Bills their top receiver and a third-rounder last August to add a No. 1 cornerback, Ronald Darby, then spent a second-rounder on a potential future No. 1 in Sidney Jones. The New England Patriots awarded Stephon Gilmore one of the richest CB contracts ever last spring, in excess of $40 million guaranteed. The Jacksonville Jaguars invested the fifth overall pick two years ago and $26 million guaranteed last spring to secure the NFL's best lockdown tandem. The Minnesota Vikings extended All-Pro Xavier Rhodes last offseason with a deal containing more than $32 million guaranteed and have fellow former premium picks in Trae Waynes, Terence Newman and Mackensie Alexander in the NFL's No. 2 pass 'D' a year ago. With that in mind, let's look at six veteran corners of interest on a free-agent market with a nice blend of established No. 1s, potential future stars and tried-and-true options with some tread left on the tires.