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NFLDraftMonsters.com--- check it
A guy on a plane, Asante Samuel maybe?
James Harrison is a great player, and still has some left in the tank. I wouldn't be opposed to signing him, maybe we can move him to free safety.
I'm thinking Rex Grossman at RT?
In all seriousness, I wouldn't mind signing Harrison and having him move around from inside to outside linebacker with different blitz schemes. Rak, Harrison, and Kerrigan would be murder for opposing teams to deal with.
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Brian Hartline agrees to deal to stay in MIA.
5 yr - 30 mill. I think it was.
Last edited by Dah-Dee; March-7th-2013 at 11:23 PM.
QUOTE=DC9;9447034]He's not bad, but this might be the deepest CB FA class in the history of the NFL. There's no less than 13 guys (most of whom are on the OP, save for the pipe dreams) who are better than DeAngelo Hall.
If he was worth $8 mil, he wouldn't be asked to take a pay cut would he?[/QUOTE]
Good players are asked to take pay cuts often. Many here are clamoring over a player that was cut from the Chiefs.
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Bottom line- He has great value to this team for at least the next two years or so.
Last edited by wit33; March-8th-2013 at 12:52 AM.
He would be a nice younger replacement to dhall, man I can't wait 1 more day til fa starts!
Here are some examples
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interesting from an article from Keim
The Redskins have made it clear in talks with others that they will target secondary help in free agency, preferring a starter to come from there rather than the draft.
Edit: Reading up on Arrington some, the rap on him seems to be he's decent as a slot CB but gets burned often as an outside CB.
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