Today is the first day of the rest of the Rangers' offseason. Torii Hunter was, by all accounts, their #1 priority, and he went elsewhere.
Evan Grant has a good article on the current situation, saying that the Rangers offered 5 years at a little under $15 million per year, and would have gone to $15 million or "or slightly above" to get him, although obviously, the Angels blew that offer out of the water.
Grant indicates that Mike Cameron and Coco Crisp are now probably the top two targets for centerfield. I'd probably prefer Cameron, but I'd be happy with either one, presuming that the cost for Crisp isn't significantly more than, say, Gerald Laird.