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Get your complete list of UFAs right here (free)

Many of you have asked my thoughts on what unrestricted free agents (UFAs) the Dolphins should go after this offseason and my response has been, "Let's see who is on the list before we even have that discussion."

Well, Dolphins In Depth has acquired the complete list of UFAs from the National Football League Players Association. These are merely the UFAs. The restricted free agents (RFAs) will be published on this blog at a later date -- I was too tired to type it all in today.

So here is your homework: Go through the list (yes all of it). Pick out the players you believe might help the Dolphins based on the fact they play in a similar system to what Miami runs, or have the makeup the Dolphins typically value. Or simply pick players because they are great and not terribly old.

Do not include Tennessee defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth and Oakland cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha because everyone knows they're great so you wouldn't be discovering any unchartered territory. Then give me your players' names and tell me why you like them.

You asked. Here it is. Go get 'em: 

Arizona Cardinals: RB JJ Arrington, LB Monty Beisel, DE Bertrand Berry, OL Elton Brown, CB Ralph Brown, LB Karlos Dansby, P Ben Graham, CB Eric Green, LB Clark Hagans, OL Scott Peters, DE Antonio Smith, RB Terrelle Smith, QB Brian St. Pierre, QB Kurt Warner.

Atlanta Falcons: LB Michael Boley, De Chauncey Davis, CB Domonique Foxworth, OL Wayne Gandy, DT Grady Jackson, LB Tony Gilbert, DT Jason Jefferson, P/K Michael Koenen, S Lawyer Milloy, TE Justin Peelle, TE Marcus Pollard, LB Coy Wire.

Buffalo Bills: OL Kirk Chambers, LB Angelo Crowell, OL Melvin Fowler, CB Jabari Greer, LB Teddy Lehman, QB JP Losman, RB Corey McIntyre, OL Duke Preston, OL Jason Whittle.

Baltimore Ravens: QB Kyle Boller, QB Todd Bouman, OL Jason Brown, WR Terrance Copper, CB Corey Ivy, S Jim Leonhard, LB Ray Lewis, FB Lorenzo Neal, LB Bart Scott, OL Chad Slaughter, K Matt Stover, DE Terrell Suggs, TE Daniel Wilcox.

Chicago Bears: S Mike Brown, QB Rex Grossman, RB Kevin Jones, WR Brandon Lloyd, LB Darrell McClover, S Brandon McGowan, OL Fred Miller, OL John St. Clair, S Cameron Worrell.

Cleveland Browns: S Mike Adams, CB Travis Daniels, LB Andra Davis, TE Darnell Dinkins, OL Lennie Friedman, LB Kris Griffin, CB Daven Holly, S Sean Jones, LB Willie McGinest, OL Seth McKinney, LB Shantee Orr, RB Jason Wright, OL, Scott Young.

Cincinnati Bengals: OL Stacy Andrews, RB Cedric Benson, LB Darryl Blackstock, S Chris Crocker, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, CB Jamar Fletcher, OL Eric Ghiaciuc, K Shayne Graham, WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh, DT John Thornton.

Carolina Panthers: LB Donte' Curry, OL Jordan Gross, OL Geoff Hangartner, WR Mark Jones, LB, Jason Kyle, OL Frank Omiyale, DE Julius Peppers, LB Adam Seward, DT Darwin Walker.

Denver Broncos: RB Tatum Bell, De Ebenezer Ekuban, De Carlos Hall, WR Darrell Jackson, S Marlon McCree, C Tom Nalen, CB Karl Paymah, DE Kenny Peterson, RB Michael Pittman, TE Jeb Putzier, QB Patrick Ramsey, WR Edell Shepherd, LB Nate Webster.

Dallas Cowboys: OL Joe Berger, QB Brooks Bollinger, DE Chris Canty, S Keith Davis, DT Tank Johnson, LB Carlos Polk, WR Paris Warren. 

Detroit Lions: RB Aveion Cason, DT Shaun Cody, WR Keary Colbert, OL Damion Cook, OL George Foster, P/K Jason Hanson, RB Rudi Johnson, Paris Lenon, OL Andy McCollum, WR Shaun McDonald, DT Langston Moore, LB Ryan Nece, RB Moran Norris, QB Dan Orlovsky, TE John Owens, OL Stephen Peterman, DE Corey Smith, CB Stanley Wilson.

Green Bay Packers: DT Colin Cole, DE Mike Montgomery, OL Mark Tauscher.

Houston Texans: S C.C. Brown, TE Mark Bruener, CB DeMarcus Faggins, S Nick Ferguson, OL Scott Jackson, OL Bryan Pittman, CB Dunta Robinson, RB Cecil Sapp, OL Chris White, CB Jimmy Williams, S Eugene Wilson, DT Jeff Zgonina.

Indianapolis Colts: RB Najeh Davenport, S Matt Giordano, LB Tyjuan Hagler, CB Kevin Hayden, CB Keiwan Ratliff, DT Darrell Reid, RB Dominic Rhodes, C Jeff Saturday, DE Josh Thomas.

Jacksonville Jaguars: OL Brad Meester, OL Chris Naeole, Rb Alvin Pearman, LB Mike Peterson, S Pierson Prioleau, S Gerald Sensabaugh, CB Scott Starks, TE Joe Zelenka.

Kansas City Chiefs: LB Jason Babin, LB Rocky Boiman, S Oliver Celestin, OL Adrian Jones, S Jon McGraw, LB Patrick Thomas.

Miami Dolphins: S Yeremiah Bell, T Vernon Carey, ILB Channing Crowder, CB Andre' Goodman, S Renaldo Hill, C Al Johnson, WR Tab Perry, LB Derek Smith.

Minnesota Vikings: DT Kendrick Allen, C Matt Birk, S Michael Boulware, LB Heath Farwell, LB Napoleon Harris, DT Jimmy Kennedy, TE Jim Kleinsasser, CB Benny Sapp, S Darren Sharper, LB Dontarrious Thomas, DE Kenechi Udeze, DT Ellis Wyms.

New England Patriots: QB Matt Cassel, LB Roosevelt Colvin, RB Heath Evans, WR Jabar Gaffney, P/K Chris Hanson, S Rodney Harrison, OL Russ Hochstein, LB Larry Izzo, RB LaMont Jordan, CB Deltha O'Neal, OL Lonie Paxton, S James Sanders, CB Lewis Sanders, LB Junior Seau, KT Kenny Smith, OL Barry Stokes, S Tank Williams, DT Mike Wright. 

New Orleans Saints: CB Jeremetrius Butler, TE Mark Campbell, LB Troy Evans, CB Aaron Glenn, K Martin Gramatica, QB Joey Harrington, WR Devery Henderson, S Terrence Holt, DT Antwan Lake, CB Michael Lehan, OL Matt Lehr, DT James Reed, RB Aaron Stecker, OL Jon Stinchcomb, LB Jonathan Vilma,.

New York Giants: S James Butler, P/K John Carney, QB David Carr, RB Brandon Jacobs, DE Jerome McDougle, CB R.W. McQuarters, OL Grey Ruegamer, LB Rich Scanlon, WR Amani Toomer, RB Derrick Ward, QB Anthony Wright, DE Renaldo Wynn.

New York Jets: LB Eric Barton, CB Ahmad Carroll, RB Jesse Chatman, K Jay Feely, TE Bubba Franks, CB Ty Law, DT C.J. Mosley, K Mike Nugent, CB Hank Poteat, S J.R. Reed, RB Tony Richardson, LB Cody Spencer.

Oakland Raiders: CB Nnamdi Asomugha, S Rashad Baker, OL Carlisle Cooper, WR Drew Carter, LB Isaiah Ekejiuba, Cb Chris Johnson, DT William Joseph, P Shane Lechler, WR Ashley Lelie, CB Justin Miller, TE Tony Stewart, QB Marques Tuiasosopo, LB Sam Williams.

Philadelphia Eagles: RB Correll Buckhalter, S Sean Considine, S Brian Dawkins, CB Joselio Hanson, RT Jon Runyan, TE L.J. Smith, OL Tra Thomas.

Pittsburgh Steelers: QB Charlie Batch, P Mitch Berger, CB Fernando Bryant, OL Trai Essex, LB Keyaron Rox, LB Andre Frazier, OL Chris Kemoeatu, QB Byron Leftwich, CB Bryant McFadden, DE Orpheus Roye, OL Marvel Smith, OL Max Starks, WR Nate Washington.

San Diego Chargers: OL Kynan Forney, OL Mike Goff, LB Marques Harris, OL Jeremy Newbarry, RB Darren Sproles.

San Francisco 49ers: TE Billy Bajema, DT Damane Duckett, DT Ron Fields, RB DeShaun Foster, DE Roderick Green, WR Bryant Johnson, QB Jamie Martin, QB J.T. O'Sullivan, CB Allen Rossum, TE Sean Ryan, LB Takeo Spikes, CB Donald Stickland.

St. Louis Rams: S Oshiomogho Atogwe, CB Ronald Bartell, Cb Fakir Brown, CB Jason Craft, OL Anthony Davis, DT La'Roi Glover, OL Adam Goldberg, OL Brandon Gorin, WR Dante' Hall, OL Nick Leckey, WR Dane Looker, CB Ricky Manning, RB Travis Minor, DE Eric Moore, OL Rob Petitti, C Brett Romberg, LB Gary Stills, OL Cory Withrow. 

Seattle Seahawks: DT Rocky Bernard, WR Bobby Engram, QB Charlie Frye, G Chris Gray, DT Howard Green, TE Will Heller, LB Leroy Hill, LB D.D. Lewis, LB Wes Mallard, OL Steve McKinney, RB Maurice Morris, TE Jeff Robinson, WR Koren Robinson, RB Leonard Weaver, OL Ray Willis, OL Pork Chop Womack.

Tampa Bay Bucs: S Will Allen, WR Antonio Bryant, CB Phillip Buchanon, DE Kevin Carter, LB Pat Chukwurah, QB Jeff Garcia, WR Cortez Hankerton, DT Jovan Haye, QB Luke McCown, S Jermaine Phillips, DT Ryan Sims, TE Jeremy Stevens.

Tennessee Titans: K Rob Bironas, CB Chris Carr, QB Kerry Collins, S Vincent Fuller, DT Albert Haynesworth, P Craig Hentrich, CB Reynaldo Hill, WR Brandon Jones, CB Eric King, OL Daniel Loper, WR Justin McCareins, CB Tyrone Poole, TE Bo Scaife, QB Chris Simms.

Washington Redskins: LS Ethan Albright, DT Ryan Boschetti, LB Khary Campbell, De Demetric Evans, OL Jason Fabini, LB Alfred Fincher, S Mike Green, CB DeAngelo Hall, G Pete Kendall.      


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Karlos Dansby (Arizona) and Deangelo Hall (Redskins. LB Bart Scott (Ravens) Plus some help from Oline. I don't know enough to give an opinion on who is good on the Oline.

I can't believe you typed all of that. Please tell me you copied and pasted! Anyway wow. This is going to take a while because some of the players I'm not familiar with meaning I will have to look up all of their sizes and stats in conjunction with what kind of system they play in. What we know is that the Dolphins will be looking for younger guys with size to go along with athletic ability. I think unless there's a can't miss guy in FA they will be looking for guys with great character (unlike the cowgirls this season). So you have to add all of those things together when choosing who will fit in with this scheme and team mentality. Now factor in having to travel to watch and meet players from all levels AND break down hours of game film and you can understand just how tough it is to be a GM in the NFL.

I'll just say the Phins should consider:

S Jim Leonhard-did awesome in playoffs.
DE Terrell Suggs-another killer from Baltimore.
LB Karlos Dansby-Parcells likes him.
CB Nnamdi Asomugha-no need to comment.
WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh-We need a receiver and thank God he's no Ocho Stinko!

"you can understand how hard it is to be a gm". Not you Mando, I was speaking in general.

Mando you forgot abuot the other obvious FA..Cameron Worrell!

Bryant McFadden would add some toughness to our secondary. Re-sign Yeremiah Bell for the same reason! Karlos Dansby is a great player and would make a much better ILB than Crowder has been. If Channing wants too much than let him go. Houshmandzadeh certainly raises an eyebrow.

Matt DeAngelo Hall is a team killer. He's a hot head and has been known to be a bit of a primadonna. Definitely not a Parcells type of player.

WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh - We need a number one Wide Reciever.

DT Albert Haynesworth - I know it is an obvious choice, but we but a middle of the line run stuffer, and Fergason is getting old. Albert is the best on the list.

DE Terrell Suggs - Another great player and he would add some depth at DE.

LB Ray Lewis - I know he is getting old and I know he probably won't play anywhere but Balitmore, but he is a great leader and still hit like a rock and his locker room presence would be a great motivator.

I have Yeremiah Bell, Andre Goodman and Vernon Carey. Good players that we should re sign
Amani Toomer WR Good Wide Receiver he has been to the show
Pete Kendall G Good lineman
RB Brandon Jacobs is a beast and has one in the big games. Trade Ronnie for another Draft Pick.
LB Takeo Spikes When healthy a great linebacker and fast.
C Jeff Saturday, a little older but we will need a bigger center this year. Stopgap until 2010 draft. He has the winning experience
DE Julius Peppers Big lineman with a proven history
DT Terrell Suggs. Big young proven player. can and does play with attitude
Lb Ray Lewis. Leadership, tough proven vet.
DeAngelo Hall CB
We won't get them all, but anyone or two of these guys would make us tougher to play against.

What is this thing, cutting and pasting?

Seriously, I did type the whole thing in. It was a pain. But it is encrypted so that if any of the biter blogs think they are just going to cut and paste my post, I will know based on the encryption. Sneaky, huh?

I'll just leave the decision making to the experts, Parcells & company.. Whoever they get I will trust their judgement and accept it...

Sandman you would make a good sheep.

1. OL Jason Brown (Best Young Center in AFC)

2. CB Nnamdi Asomugha

3. S Oshiomogho Atogwe (cut hill)

4. LB Karlos Dansby

5. LB Bart Scott

All of our free agents.

Plus, consider the reserve players from teams who already have great players at those positions. Much like the signing of Anthony Fasano has worked out so well, we can find good players who have learned their craft(s) from observing the best

Jason Brown-C from Ravens
Bryant McFadden-CB from Steelers
James Butler-FS from Giants

Suggs and Dansby would be great, but I think both will get franchised.

He's not on the list, but Michael Clayton from the Bucs is also a FA and I would maybe take a one-year flyer on him. Big receiver who might just need a change of atmosphere to revert back to his rookie form.

jason brown -c and bart scott -ilb of the ravens,oj atowge -s and ronald bartell-cb of the rams,dunta robinson-cb of the texans,karlos dansby- lb ari.,bryant mcffadden-cb-pitt are all players that would fit in great with miami,without mentioning the obvious big names who will either be franchised or resigned.they're all young or in their prime.

Who care's what w.r they get it will be a improvement over Ted ( feet of clay) ginn and his clipboard holding daddy...

I think we should get S Oshiomogho Atogwe, DB Nnamdi Asomugha, WR TJ Houshmandzadeh and trade for Adawale Oguleye. I don't know if we'd be any better but it'd be fun listening to the announcers try to get through the games!

First of all,Miami needs to resign Carey,Bell and Goodman and release Crowder,Hill and Wilford.

WR - T.J Houshmanzadah is the best on the list and he would help this team in a big way.I'm alittle concerned about his age but he can still play at very high standard

MLB - Bart Scott would be ideal

CB - Asomugha is great and Sparano rates him very highly but i have a feeling he would cost the Dolphins a serious amount of dosh. Failing that,maybe Dunta Robinson

S - Miami would also need a good Safety so Atogwe from the Rams would be good.He played very well indeed considering how bad the Rams were

who the hell is still calling for DeAngelo Hall. Do you actually watch football. The guy was cut from the Raiders. Signed by the Redskins - where he did nothing. I believe @ seasons end no other corner back had as many passes completed on them.

PS. Our list of UFA's scares the crap out of me.

oline- jason brown
dt- rocky bernard, colin cole
lb-karlos dansby, bart scott
s- oj atogwe, jim leonhard
cb- bryant mcfadden, kevin hayden
wr-nate washington, devery henderson

i dont believe we will try to go for tj or haynesworth or guys like that

t sizzle -man is young and can play with one arm.

CB Nnamdi Asomugha- had to sorry mando

C Jason Brown- big strong and YOUNG

S Jim Leonhard- young and not to exspensive

WR Jabar Gaffney- catches balls and cheaper the tj who is old. not as good but solid we need to draft for the postion. plus will cam's knee be ready?

y bell- the man can tackle might not make to many picks but he did good in coverage this year.

v carey- y loose a solid player when thats what we need.

dont ahve time to look thru all names but we need more depth on the O line and i think the draft is the way to go we seen whats happens when we sighn players an suck at drafting. RITE??? just need sokme ok players in free agency and then draft our guyz thats how the real teams do it over long periods of time.

And don't forget Obafemi Ayanbadejo, we already have Ikechuku Ndukwe so add a bunch more complex names to the roster.

Jason Brown, Dansby the LB and Bryant McFadden - young and good! Move Satelle to G, let Chowder Crowder go and then draft 3 more starters or more in the draft!

1. Resign Bell, goodman and Carey (disappointing but its a difficult position to fill so accept him as an average NFL starter)

2. Oshiomogho Atogwe - Perfect compliment to Bell, great range and ball skills, big upgrade over Hill would be a solid tandum for 3-5 years. I fear someone will overpay for him though and i doubt Parcells will.

3.The only young LB that stands out as an upgrade over Crowder is Dansby...but only at the right price. He is looking like a guy being hyped up so much hes going to get pro bowl money instead of quality starter money..so I think we may need to address this in the draft and hope Reggie Torber can step up next year.

4. The only young WR I see that could be a starter is Antonio Bryant but i dont think he will be a target becauuse he doesnt match our team concept. I like Shaun Mcdonald as a depth guy. Would mesh well with pennington, very similar to bess but probably a bit more polished at this point. On third down i wouldnt mind having him bess and camrillo on the field at the same time. ill pray they find a hidden gem in the draft...or make a move for Boldin. I would be OK with a 1st and 4th for Boldin as he is perfect for Pennington.

5. Bryant Mcfadden would be a solid pick up. I think he would provide much needed depth at corner...we were very lucky to stay pretty healthy thos year...if allen or goody got hurt we wouldve been in biig trouble

6. O line...I think the regime should continue to build in the draft here...it seems to be their strongest aspect with great success in Dallas and solid picks last year in Long and Thomas. Also send Satele to see Victor Conte. there is no way he can hod up going against wilfork jenkins and Stroud every year

I think our focus should be in these areas with the hopes that Cameron Wake provides the other need of another pass rusher.

Going after R Lewis, M Birk, Peppers, Hoosherdaddy and some of the other veteren big names makes no sense with the direction our franchise is going.......that style didnt exactly pan out great for the jets last year.

Resign Carey good starting tackles hard to find , Bell and Hill the db's turned it up last season when both Bell and Hill were starters. Sign Bart Scott or
Dansby- need a young lb and both would fit Miami system. Jason Brown good young big physical center. and D. Robinson best corner you never hear anything about. Receier N. Washington has speed is big and every time I watch Pittsburgh he makes plays.

P/K Michael Koenen, K Matt Stover, K Shayne Graham, P/K Jason Hanson, P/K Chris Hanson, K Martin Gramatica, P/K John Carney, K Jay Feely, K Rob Bironas

Then announce an open competition for kickers

laces out danny boy

WR Devery Henderson: Speed, speed, speed... RAC demon.... playmaker.
LB Karlos Dansby: Size, athleticism, fits the mold.
S Oshiomogho Atogwe: Playmaker
CB Bryant McFadden: Fits the mold

YAC...not RAC ;-)

brown-C, dansby-ILB (he can play ilb with ROTH yes I said it ILB WITH MATT ROTH), Eric Green he's actually a good corner with a lot of upside he can even play safety. And of course Peppers. Just in case I'm the only one that noticed but we have a solid NT in Paul Solai he just needs to stay out of trouble with his alarm clock and just stay awake the day b4 meetings. He's done really good when he plays and he is noticeably gone when he doesn't play. Tell 'em Armando and good blog today.


Roth at ILB? Maybe, but the Fins ask their ILB's to play pass coverage a lot.... their main job is to force the QB to throw the ball over them... allowing the Safety a chance to pick it off or lay a big hit.... I can't see Roth running 10-20 yards downfield turning his head to find the ball and making a play on it.

But any thing's possible: Roth may have the ball skills of a WR.... it's just that no one's ever seen it cause he's never been asked. ;-)

QB- Kurt Warner -get rid of Beck.
WR- Boldin
WR- TJ Who's yo momma?
WR Nate Washington

Let's get 2 of the 4 and I'm feeling super.

Nate Washington could be everything Wilford wasn't.

I like Duante Robinson and OJ Atogwe for our secondary!! Both difference makers and still very young with good size and versatile. I really like Karlos Dansby (can he play in a 3-4 though?) Bart Scott would be a good fit. Don't like any of the WRs in this crop of FAs Houshmanzadah is to old we need youth! Oline and Dline need to be addressed through the draft!! I think we need to resign Bell and Carey for sure, Goodman if the price is right! I would be excited for a secondary of Bell, Atogwe, Robinson, and Goodman, w/ will allen in nickle. That is my take for whatever it is worth (which isn't much) GO PHINS!

Some of my fellow phins fans foget about cap numbers.

very true Tommya but Crowder got most of his tackles tackling running backs and his height and strength would be a problem for RB's since Ferguson and Soliai is taking the guards and centers every down. So....Dansby can take over some blitzes but he actually is pretty good at pass coverage as well. If we get Peppers then he can be the tallest, craziest, betterist LB/DE hybrid in the league. Then maybe Roth can be a super pass coverager as an ILB:)

Yeremiah Bell, Vernon Carey, Andre' Goodman, and Renaldo Hill if they are affordable. But keep looking for a tall shut down corner, a big nasty center and more pass rushers. My hopes are our offensive guards will come back healthy.

Karlos Dansby

The guy is awesome.

We need help at linebacker and receiver...really think VILMA would be a nice fit...and doesnt he have ties to Parcells?

KURT WARNER.  Take your 3rd team to the SUPER BOWL and then retire. WHY Kurt Warner?? We'd only need him for one year and he is better then Penny.


But it is encrypted so that if any of the biter blogs think they are just going to cut and paste my post, I will know based on the encryption. Sneaky, huh?

Posted by: Armando Salguero | February 03, 2009 at 04:29 PM

I call BS... Copy/Paste to .txt then to blog....how do you figure your encryption gets carried over? Your just hotlinking to other .html pages... not much of an encryption

Robinson is second best corner available young and is a proven player. Does get hurt a lot though. Bryant Johnson won't command a high salary and has had some great years playing in the slot for arizona. He is big and fast and would add depth. Bell and Carey are guys who have played for us and know our system already and have had some success so they should be resigned. Teddy Lehman, Coy Wire for special teams and depth at linebacker. Marlon McCree to play free safety because he is a better ball hawk than Hill and shouldn't be much more against the cap. George Foster for offensive line depth, he has had success before at tackle and may be good backup tackle/guard. Draft James Laurinitis with the 25th pick and he can immediately step in and start at ILB next to Ayodele if he is available to us. I think depth and special teams is what your'e going to see from us in free agency and use the draft to bring in young studs that fit our system. Hopefully it'll be enough against the NFL's hardest schedule this year.

The real ? should be, who would be an AFFORDABLE upgrade? With all things considered this is a tough task!! I'd say go after one big pick-up May be Brandon Jacobs? There are some great players on this list but I'd stay away from the older guys. Build through the draft. I would take Warner though, if he was willing to do a one year deal.

We'd only need him for one year and he is better then Penny.

Posted by: duper | February 03, 2009 at 07:18 PM

As much as I DONT like Warner I can not disagree with you, Warner is by far a superior QB

T.J houzmanszadeh,,,,, Offensive Linemen if they are good, and Terrell Suggs.... Should we take Percy Harvin if he falls in our laps?

LBs- i'd get mike peterson bc i can see him get healthy and revive his career or donatarrius thomas he played at AUBURN with Dansby and maybe we get them both. Or even the U's very own J VILMA but he struggles in a 3-4.

OL- PITT is givin some good ones up starks and essex arent bad and GROSS from panthers.

DL- Suggs and Peppers gotta get one! and rumor has redskins cuttin JT and he could meet with the TUNA to settle their differences bc he wants to play in warm weather and MIAMI is his HOME!!

ILB - Jonathan Vilma
OLB - Karlos Dansby
OL - resign Vernon Carey
WR - Bryant Johnson or Antonio Bryant
CB - resign Andre Goodman, sign Dunta Robinson, Kelvin Hayden and/or Chris Johnson
S - resign Yeremiah Bell and Renaldo Hill.

wouldnt expect all these signings, just ones i like for positions i feel the fins need. other signings would be fillers and depth. draft will fill voids as well.

I bs you not.

OH OH OH, can I test it?

Roth will stay outside and be the early down and short yardage SOLB with Wake or someone else coming in on passing downs to rush the passer. If we don't re-sign Crowder and most don't think we will, we have to bring in some ILBs.

Isn't demarcus ware going to be an UFA?
Armando - why should we think any of these top-tier are going to end up here. IT seems like they never do. (except Porter which was lame)

I saw Elton Brown (AZ-OL) play at Virginia. Don't care for Groh but he's good with TE's and linemen, and Brown was something special. Brown was a reserve this year, so might be had for cheap--word is he has a lot of upside if he can drop a few more pounds.

Get over the TJ Housh rants, we are not going to sign a big money 32 year old possesion receiver. Man you are clueless. CB Nnamdi Asomugha, T. Suggs, J. Gross, S Oshiomogho Atogwe, and Dansby will all be franchised if they are not signed to a long term deal by their teams. A. Bryant & D. Hall have major attitude problemns. The team won't overpay for the contract Peppers and Haynesworth will demand. Players like Robinson, McFadden, B. Johnson are the names you are more likely to hear. Nothing sexy, just reality. Plenty of teams have big money under the cap and our regime is not going to get into a bidding war with some of the older high priced talent. Look at the teams that have been successful, Steelers, Colts, Chargers, Giants, Ravens, Panthers, etc are not built in free agency.

Heyyyy. I see Jamar Fletcher is going to be available....

I like Suggs and any big young studs to beef up the interior O and D lines...don't over spend...as far as wide receivers I am not too sold on "whose-ur-momma"...he is a terrific #2 receiver...big body...good hands...good over the middle and in the red zone...but he becomes more effective with a true #1 on the outside who demands double coverage...I think Ginn would be better served in the slot ala Welker with a true #1 on the outside and then have Bess for a #3 or #2...Bess is a good one...I am not sure that Housch will be a good investment...Hey if Bryant is willing to team up and keep his numbers in line he might be a nice addition...I'd rather spend on the line and draft a stud receiver who can start immediately

The first one that came to mind was Safety Jim Leonard for the Ravens. He wont be too high priced and he will want to go somewhere he can start because ravens will be getting their injured Starting safety back. He has played extremely well and he looked like a beast against the fins in their playoff game, did he not?

Take a shot at a cheap CB like Ricky Manning Jr. (Rams) to add some depth and bolster the secondary. LB I like Leroy Hill (Seahawks) even though he might cost to much

Isn't it your job to go thru this and give us your expert opinion, or at least a first pass at the likely candidates?

It appears you just cut and pasted, thus notching another blog post.

Martin can you not read? Armando got this from the National Football Players Association. He didn't cut and paste and other blog. Anyway, I haven't seen this list on any other blog.

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