Heres a guy PFF likes and should come at a reasonable price, maybe 2-3mil cap hit. He's a big dude too - 6-6, 340. Not the glamour name but he could be a good value and give Emery some flexibility in the draft.
This is the PFF review.
3. Geoff Schwartz
2012 Grade: +5.8
2012 Snaps: 160
Summary: We called for Schwartz to receive more playing time all season as he was stuck in a one-sided platoon with guard Brandon Fusco. Schwartz played at least 10 snaps in eight different games, though 36 was his season high and he rarely saw the field for more than a short cameo. Fusco, on the other hand, started all 16 games while posting a -11.9 overall grade including a -13.6 in pass protection. Schwartz outplayed him in all facets ó he surrendered only four pressures on his 84 pass blocks, while posting a +5.1 grade on his 75 snaps as a run blocker.
Schwartz will now have a chance to find full-time work as he heads to free agency. He has more than just this seasonís small sample size to work off, as his last starting gig was in 2010 when he graded at +19.3 at both right guard and right tackle for the Carolina Panthers. Itís a safe bet that Schwartz will be on the field for more than 160 snaps in 2013.