Ndamukong Suh remains a free agent after a solid season. Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Le'Veon Bell has a new home. So does Odell Beckham Jr., Trey Flowers, Nick Foles, Earl Thomas, Trent Brown and C.J. Mosley.

Indeed, it has been a busy NFL offseason. However, some rather notable defensive names remain on the market and it's unclear when they will be signed.

Ndamukong Suh

A five-time Pro Bowler, Suh's days with the Los Angeles Rams appear to be over, though the star defensive tackle might be sticking around the area. The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport had reported that Suh prefers to stay on the West Coast. Jim Moore of 710 ESPN Seattle made a case for the Seahawks to land the 32-year-old.

Otherwise, there has been little discussion as to Suh's potential landing spots, unlike last year at this time. Suh in 2018 had looked to visit the Oakland Raiders before signing with the Rams. He also had been hosted by the New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans.

Pro Football Focus projected Suh to go to the Indianapolis Colts.

Zach Brown

Considered by some to be among the most effective middle linebackers in the game, Brown has moved on from the Washington Redskins and has yet to find a serious suitor.

Brown, who made the Pro Bowl in 2016, was released by Washington on March 13 in a move that cleared up $5.75 million in salary-cap space.

The 29-year-old generated interest when he was shopped around earlier this month, according to the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

There might be some curiosity as to why he hasn't signed at this point. Many had expected him to find a new team rather quickly, but the rumor mill has been very quiet.

Ziggy Ansah

Where will the defensive end land? The Buffalo Bills and the Saints have met with the 29-year-old but don't expect Ansah to sign anytime soon. The agent for the former Detroit Lions stalwart reportedly told Rapoport that there is a waiting game for Ansah because of his surgically repaired shoulder.

Don't be surprised if teams wait on signing Ansah until after their favored edge rusher in the draft gets picked. He is will likely remain a hot commodity this offseason but teams know there might be less expensive options available.

A Pro Bowler in 2015, Ansah received a franchise tag in 2018 that paid him $17.5 million. However, he labored through the season, having suffered a shoulder injury in the season opener that caused him to sit out until Week 9. Ansah played in the next six games before being lost for the season in Week 14, when he reaggravated the shoulder.