Rhodes spent the entire '14 season out of football, despite the fact that he was the No. 4 safety in 2012 with the Arizona Cardinals, according to PFF. With the Bengals potentially losing Chris Crocker and Taylor Mays to free agency, Rhodes is a name to watch for if the price is right.
According to Pro Football Focus, Hall was the 49th-best (or worst, depending on how you look at it) cornerback in the NFL in 2013. Needless to say, the Redskins are staying true to form by overpaying for players, even though this signing is actually before free agency and not during it.
It saves them about $1 million in cap savings. Reynolds started 10 games in 2013 before being benched in Week 12. Reynolds has made 42 career appearances, all with the Falcons. If the Bengals don't re-sign Mike Pollak, Reynolds could be someone the team eyes as his replacement to keep depth at guard.
After the Ravens traded a fourth and fifth-round pick to acquire him form the Jacksonville Jaguars, Monroe graded-out as the Ravens' best offensive player via PFF. Their offensive line was a mess last year, and while Monroe was a bright spot, losing him and the draft picks to acquire him would be just another setback for a team trying to become a Super Bowl contender again.
Wootton played both tackle and end for the Bears last year, but will likely stick to playing end for whatever team signs him in free agency. He's someone else the Bengals could keep an eye on, but he'll likely get a contract that pays him like a starter, whereas the Bengals will only be looking to pay backup money.