NFL free agents who will get paid more than you think in 2018

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We're days away from the end of the season for 20 NFL teams, which means we're that much closer to free agency, which officially begins March 14. The clock is ticking.

The major storyline entering free agency this year will center on the potential quarterback carousel, which could include Drew Brees, Kirk Cousins, Case Keenum, Jimmy Garoppolo, Sam Bradford, Josh McCown and more.

But it's not always the household names who draw significant interest in free agency and result in significant financial investments. One case that exemplifies this was when the Bills lured defensive back Micah Hyde from the Packers on a five-year deal worth up to $30 million. Getting Hyde was a coup for the Bills, even if it wasn't a move that generated the same number of headlines.

So who could be this year's version of Hyde? Last December, I detailed a few under-the-radar guys who could get bigger deals in 2017 than most think, and I hit on a few, including Mike Glennon, Tony Jefferson and Ronald Leary.

Here is the 2018 version of unrestricted free agents to keep an eye on:

Trey Burton, TE, Philadelphia Eagles

Age: 26