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    • Arthur Blank mentioned O-Line as the one position in which the team will make a splash in free agency.
    • Hue Jackson was beloved by the Bengals players, like TJ, Chad and Willie Anderson.
    • Eric Steinbach is a free agent at a position of dire.

    Thus, I say, BRING HIM IN MCKAY!

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    • Any news on Donte' Stallworth???

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      • Originally posted by diabsoule
        LB Scott Shanle received a new contract. He is no longer a FA
        http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcont...1.1d14b40.html
        As soon as it comes out on KFFL or Rotoworld I'll update it. Thanks for the heads up though.

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        • Originally posted by jblaze66
          Originally posted by IndyColtScout
          I am pretty sure that Mike Doss is going to be a UFA this off-season, he is not on your lists.

          I want the Colts to sign one person & that's Ian Scott, and maybe give a look to Boss Bailey. Ian Scott would be a perfect fit here in Indy.
          I cant seem to find anywhere that he will become a free agent, could you maybe provide a link showing that the last year of his deal was in-fact voided?
          http://www.cantonrep.com/index.php?C...subCategoryID=
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          • Originally posted by smittyjs
            Any news on Donte' Stallworth???
            Someone on ESPN said yesterday that the Eagles did not plan to resign him and that he would become a FA.


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            • Originally posted by IndyColtScout
              Originally posted by jblaze66
              Originally posted by IndyColtScout
              I am pretty sure that Mike Doss is going to be a UFA this off-season, he is not on your lists.

              I want the Colts to sign one person & that's Ian Scott, and maybe give a look to Boss Bailey. Ian Scott would be a perfect fit here in Indy.
              I cant seem to find anywhere that he will become a free agent, could you maybe provide a link showing that the last year of his deal was in-fact voided?
              http://www.cantonrep.com/index.php?C...subCategoryID=
              tyvm, first page updated.

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              • I hope the niners get asamuale and stallworth

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                • Two Pat's not interested in getting Franchised Tagged

                  http://www.projo.com/patriots/conten...6.17ac39c.html

                  Asante Samuel is one. GO NINERS!


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                  • Briggs franchised (linky in Chicago Bears Team Discussion). :P

                    Good move on Angelo's part.


                    Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                    Originally posted by JBCX
                    Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                    • Bengals are staying 4-3 and Marvin Lewis said they may franchise tag Justin Smith.

                      Either way, we will sign either Steinbach or Smith. There will be no big FA's signed and we have the cap to sign at least one of them.

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                      • wow...samuel and stallworth going to new teams, thats going to be huge....


                        the eagles have to be crazy to not resign him...that would be a good look if the niners or titans made an offer for him





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                        • Originally posted by sweetness34
                          Briggs franchised (linky in Chicago Bears Team Discussion). :P

                          Good move on Angelo's part.
                          Are you sure you didn't read something wrong somewhere along the way?
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                          • Originally posted by sweetness34
                            Briggs franchised (linky in Chicago Bears Team Discussion). :P

                            Good move on Angelo's part.
                            are you talking about this??
                            ***----for the forum mock----***

                            Bears | Free Agent News
                            Thu, 8 Feb 2007 10:09

                            Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun Times, reports that the Bears have officially placed the franchise tag on Lance Briggs. He will earn 7.2 million if he stays with the Bears, but teams can still make him offers, and if he signs somewhere else, that team would owe the Bears compensation. Also, the Bears have offered low tenders to both Todd Johnson (RFA) and Gabe Reid (RFA). If another team signs either of them, they would have to give up a 4th round pick as compensation for Todd Johnson as that is where he got drafted, but since Gabe Reid was not drafted by the Bears no compensation would be required. Rod Wilson was also signed to the minimum as he was a ERFA.

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                            • Originally posted by Shiver
                              • Arthur Blank mentioned O-Line as the one position in which the team will make a splash in free agency.
                              • Hue Jackson was beloved by the Bengals players, like TJ, Chad and Willie Anderson.
                              • Eric Steinbach is a free agent at a position of dire.

                              Thus, I say, BRING HIM IN MCKAY!
                              nah, Al is cashing out for Steinbach

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                              • I wrote an article on this:

                                QB-Jeff Garcia-Philadelphia Eagles

                                No one in the NFL has seen their stock skyrocket as much as Jeff Garcia has after leading the Philadelphia Eagles into the NFC Divisional Championship game. But with Eagles QB Donovan McNabb coming back from an ACL tear, the 37-year old Garcia will be relegated to a backup role again. Garcia, due to age, isn't a franchise QB but he can be a very good transitional guy for a team with a young QB waiting in the wings. Garcia's mobility and accuracy is exclusive to the West Coast Offense so that dwindles it down. With Brad Johnson on his last legs, and while the raw Tavaris Jackson did get his feet wet, I'd assume the Vikings would rather have him wait another year. Vikings HC Brad Childress also runs the WCO, meaning my prediction for Garcia is to go to the Vikings.

                                QB-Matt Schaub-Atlanta Falcons

                                With the highly publicized struggles of Michael Vick, Matt Schaub is in an interesting situation. He'll only be 26 once the season starts and if Vick struggles; don't be shocked if new HC Bobby Petrino benches Vick in favor of Schaub. Schaub has the prototype size, strength and poise but his arm strength isn't the best out there. His performance has been exaggerated a bit, but I think he can turn into a solid QB in the future. But with the QB market dwindled to the draft, Schaub will probably stay with the Falcons.

                                RB-Ahman Green-Green Bay Packers

                                This is an interesting scenario for both sides in this case. Green, 30, is probably out of his prime but had a decent season last year that helped the Packers season. But at the other side of the stick, the Packers could use a youthful RB who can take the full load in the future (Marshawn Lynch). Green could go to a team that's struggling to find a feature back and join a platoon to extend his career. That team will probably be the original team, the Packers.

                                RB-Michael Turner-San Diego Chargers

                                Two seasons ago it was LaMont Jordan, last year it was Chester Taylor and this year's hot backup is Michael Turner of the Chargers. When you are behind a guy the quality of LaDanian Tomlinson, you aren't going to get many carries and this is Turner's chance to break out of LT's shadow. Turner can be a feature back in the NFL and teams that's struggling to find a RB are the Detroit Lions and the New York Jets. The Lions have Kevin Jones who is adequate but injury-prone and the Jets have a plethora of backs in Leon Washington, Kevan Barlow and Cedric Houston. I think the Lions need trumps the Jets need.

                                WR-Donte Stallworth-Philadelphia Eagles

                                A key ingredient to the success of the Philadelphia Eagles is WR Donte Stallworth. Stallworth, 26, has the skillset to be a #1 WR but has not been able to put that together due to injuries, poor QBs and work ethic; had a great season in his initial Philly season and I expect that to continue. The Eagles may not want to offer him a huge signing bonus, which can hurt the contract, but I can't see him leaving.

                                DE-Dwight Freeney-Indianapolis Colts

                                The "star" of the Super Bowl Champion Colts is DE Dwight Freeney. While Freeney had a down year with only 5.5 sacks in the regular season but that could be attributed to teams running all over Indy and an arch/shoulder injury early in the season. Freeney is not going to leave according to Bill Polian and I expect the franchise tag to be given to him. Freeney is one of the top pass-rushing DEs in the league and to lose him would put Indy in an interesting situation as Mathis is on the opposite end. He stays with the Colts.

                                DE-Jared Allen-Kansas City Chiefs

                                Jared Allen is perhaps one of the most underrated players in the NFL. He is a constant force in the backfield and had an outstanding 2006 campaign. While he is Restricted, I would definitely expect teams to offer him high-tender deals and then signing him long-term. KC would be ill-advised to drop Allen and I would be highly shocked if the Chiefs do not keep him. He stays with Kansas City.

                                LB-Lance Briggs-Chicago Bears

                                This year's top defensive FA is Lance Briggs of the NFC Champion Chicago Bears. Briggs is another one of the many great Bears Linebackers and he will most definitely be signed long-term instead of being franchised. While being on that stingy defense can make most players look great, Briggs has been a steady force for some time. A team could outbid the Bears but again, it would be ill-advised to let him go and look for a replacement. He may stay with Chicago.

                                LB-Adalius Thomas-Baltimore Ravens

                                In the past two seasons, Adalius Thomas has made some noise in the NFL as one of the better LB'ers in the league. Thomas is a ballhawk, versatile (has lined up at CB) and while 30, he still has a future ahead of him. My prediction is that the New England Patriots will take him with the possible retirement of Tedy Bruschi and the age of Junior Seau and Mike Vrabel making Thomas part of the Patriots franchise.

                                CB-Asante Samuel-New England Patriots

                                Before this season, Samuel was considered a growing player who can be so much better in the future. Well, 2006 definitely showcased his true talent while intercepting 10 passes in the league, tied with Champ Bailey. Samuel is a top-tier CB and I wouldn't be shocked to see him wind up in Dallas but I expect the Patriots to retain him long-term.

                                CB-Nate Clements-Buffalo Bills

                                After being franchised last season, I expect Nate Clements to pursue a long-term deal this offseason. Clements has been one of the better CBs in the NFL and I can't see the Bills keeping him given the payday that Clements is going to want. But who will be the team that steps up? I am going to go with the Dallas Cowboys as I feel that next to Terrance Newman, that the Cowboys will have one of the top CB units in the NFL.
                                Is that a rash?



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