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CORNERBACKS

Ralph Brown Arizona UFA (re-signed with Arizona)

Eric Green Arizona UFA (signed with Miami)

Domonique Foxworth Atlanta UFA (signed with Baltimore)

Corey Ivy Baltimore UFA (signed with Cleveland)

Derrick Martin Baltimore RFA (re-signed with Baltimore)

Evan Oglesby Baltimore RFA (re-signed with Baltimore)

Chris McCallister Baltimore UFA

Jabari Greer Buffalo UFA (signed with New Orleans)

Chris Gamble Carolina UFA (re-signed with Carolina)

Jamar Fletcher Cincinnati UFA

Terry Cousin Cleveland UFA

Travis Daniels Cleveland UFA (signed with Kansas City)

Daven Holly Cleveland UFA

Adam Jones Dallas UFA

Dre' Bly Denver UFA

Karl Paymah Denver UFA (signed with Minnesota)

Leigh Bodden Detroit UFA (signed with New England)

Stanley Wilson Detroit UFA

Jarrett Bush Green Bay RFA (re-signed with Green Bay)

Demarcus Faggins Houston UFA (signed with Tennessee)

Dunta Robinson* Houston (Franchise Tag)

Jimmy Williams Houston UFA

Glenn Earl UFA (signed with Chicago)

Kelvin Hayden Indianapolis UFA (re-signed with Indy)

Keiwan Ratliff Indianapolis UFA

Drayton Florence Jacksonville UFA (signed with Buffalo)

William James Jacksonville UFA

Omare Lowe Jacksonville UFA

Scott Starks Jacksonville UFA (re-signed with Jacksonville)

Dimitri Patterson Kansas City RFA

Patrick Surtain Kansas City UFA

André Goodman Miami UFA (signed with Denver)

Charles Gordon Minnesota RFA (re-signed with Minnesota)

Benny Sapp Minnesota UFA (re-signed with Minnesota)

Hank Poteat N.Y. Jets UFA (signed with Cleveland)

David Barrett New York Jets UFA

Ty Law N.Y. Jets UFA

Deltha O’Neal New England UFA

Lewis Sanders New England UFA

Jason Webster New England UFA

Aaron Glenn New Orleans UFA

Leigh Torrence New Orleans RFA (re-signed with New Orleans)

Kevin Dockery New York Giants RFA (re-signed with Giants)

R.W. McQuarters New York Giants UFA

Corey Webster* New York Giants UFA

Ahmad Carroll New York Jets UFA (re-signed with Jets)

Nnamdi Asomugha Oakland (re-signed with Oakland)

Chris Johnson Oakland UFA (re-signed with Oakland)

Michael Waddell Oakland UFA

Joselio Hanson Philadelphia UFA (re-signed with Philly)

Fernando Bryant Pittsburgh UFA (re-signed with Pittsburgh)

Anthony Madison Pittsburgh RFA (re-signed with Pittsburgh)

Bryant McFadden Pittsburgh UFA (signed with Arizona)

Cletis Gordon San Diego RFA (re-signed with San Diego)

Allen Rossum San Francisco UFA (re-signed with Niners)

Donald Strickland San Francisco UFA (signed with Jets)

Ron Bartell St. Louis UFA (re-signed with St. Louis)

Fakhir Brown St. Louis UFA

Jason Craft St. Louis UFA

Ricky Manning St. Louis UFA

Phillip Buchanon Tampa Bay UFA (signed with Detroit)

Chris Carr Tennessee UFA (signed with Baltimore)

Reynaldo Hill Tennessee UFA

Eric King Tennessee UFA (signed with Detroit)

DeAngelo Hall Washington UFA (re-signed with Skins)

Shawn Springs Washington UFA signed with New England)

Lito Sheppard Philadelphia (traded to Denver)

Anthony Henry Dallas (traded to Detroit)

SAFETIES

Jamaal Fudge Atlanta RFA (re-signed with Atlanta)

Lawyer Milloy Atlanta UFA

Dawan Landry Baltimore RFA (re-signed with Baltimore)

Jim Leonhard Baltimore UFA (signed with N.Y. Jets)

George Wilson Buffalo RFA (re-signed with Buffalo)

Nate Salley Carolina RFA

Mike Brown Chicago UFA

Brandon McGowan Chicago UFA

John Busing Cincinnati RFA

Chris Crocker Cincinnati UFA (re-signed with Cincy)

Dexter Jackson Cincinnati UFA

Mike Adams Cleveland UFA (re-signed with Cleveland)

Sean Jones Cleveland UFA (signed with Philly)

Keith Davis Dallas UFA

Marquand Manuel Denver UFA

Calvin Lowry Denver RFA

Marlon McCree Denver UFA

Dwight Smith Detroit UFA

Atari Bigby Green Bay RFA (re-signed with Green Bay)

C.C. Brown Houston UFA (signed with N.Y. Giants)

Will Demps Houston UFA

Nick Ferguson Houston UFA (re-signed with Houston)

Eugene Wilson Houston UFA (re-signed with Houston)

Matt Giordano Indianapolis UFA

Pierson Prioleau Jacksonville UFA (signed with New Orleans)

Gerald Sensabaugh Jacksonville UFA (signed with Dallas)

Oliver Celestin Kansas City UFA

Jon McGraw Kansas City UFA (re-signed with Kansas City)

Jarrad Page Kansas City RFA

Yeremiah Bell Miami UFA (re-signed with Miami)

Renaldo Hill Miami UFA (signed with Denver)

Michael Boulware Minnesota UFA

Darren Sharper Minnesota UFA (signed with New Orleans)

Rodney Harrison New England UFA

James Sanders New England UFA (re-signed with New England)

Tank Williams New England UFA (re-signed with New England)

Josh Bullocks* New Orleans UFA (signed with Chicago)

Kevin Kaesviharn New Orleans UFA

James Butler New York Giants UFA (signed with St. Louis)

Abram Elam New York Jets RFA (re-signed with Jets)

Rashad Baker Oakland UFA (signed with Philadelphia)

Sean Considine Philadelphia UFA (signed with Jacksonville)

Brian Dawkins Philadelphia UFA (signed with Denver)

Anthony Smith Pittsburgh RFA (signed with Green Bay)

Keith Lewis San Francisco UFA (signed with Arizona)

Corey Chavous St. Louis UFA

O.J. Atogwe St. Louis (Franchise Tag)

Will Allen Tampa Bay UFA (re-signed with Tampa)

Jermaine Phillips Tampa Bay UFA (re-signed with Tampa)

Vincent Fuller Tennessee UFA (re-signed with Tennessee)

Reed Doughty Washington RFA (re-signed with Washington)

Mike Green Washington UFA

 
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Rozelle

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PFW...

The Cowboys will be in the market for a strong safety. There are strong indications that SS Roy Williams’ time in Dallas has run out, and his replacements were unimpressive. The team would like a hitter like Williams but won’t sacrifice coverage skills to find one.

No surprise hear. Expect Dallas to try and address this thru free agency. Two of the higher profile run/strong safeties, Yeremiah Bell and Sean Jones could be targets, both are familar with 3-4. However you have to think Miami would like to keep Bell, he could be tagged (franchise).

Free-agents-to-be key for Miami Dolphins

BARRY JACKSON

bjackson@MiamiHerald.com

As the Dolphins steamroll into the postseason, the team's top four impending unrestricted free agents have reinforced how important they have been to this turnaround -- and in Andre' Goodman's case, more vital than Miami could have imagined.

Goodman, Vernon Carey, Channing Crowder and Yeremiah Bell showed their worth during the December playoff push (Miami badly missed Crowder in the Chiefs game), and the Dolphins have indicated an interest in keeping all four. But the issue is how much the Dolphins will be willing to pay. All four will be tested against Baltimore:

• Carey believes his ''game has stepped up'' at right tackle, and coach Tony Sparano agreed. Sparano also likes how Carey has assumed a bigger leadership role since guard Justin Smiley's injury.

''This is the best Carey has played,'' CBS insider/former Redskins and Texans general manager Charley Casserly said.

Carey, 27, got the better of the Jets' Shaun Ellis last Sunday, and he has another tough matchup with Baltimore's Trevor Pryce, who has 4.5 sacks and gave Carey problems Oct. 19. And the Ravens have the NFL's No. 2 run defense.

''Everyone thinks of [Carey] as a big guy, but he's very nimble on his feet,'' Dolphins offensive coordinator Dan Henning said.

Former NFL personnel executive Mike Lombardi -- now with The National Football Post -- expects Carey, who has never missed an NFL game because of injury, to command a contract similar to right tackles Tony Pashos (Jacksonville) and David Stewart (Tennessee), each of whom got $10 million guaranteed. ''I think he'll stay with Miami,'' Lombardi said. The sides haven't discussed money.

• It's no coincidence that Miami gave up 180 yards on 21 rushes against the Chiefs without Crowder but 80 yards on 21 carries against the Jets with Crowder, who led Miami with nine tackles Sunday. ''Channing being out there has an awful lot to do with that,'' Sparano said, crediting the defensive line, too.

Crowder, 25, was second on the team with 114 tackles, and his swarming to the ball will be vital against a Baltimore offense that he called ``by far the most physical we faced. All their linemen are big, nasty and do dirty [stuff].''

But Crowder -- making $1 million in the final year of a four-year deal -- expressed doubts about his future here. He said Miami's first contract offer would keep him among the NFL's lowest-paid starting linebackers.

''They offered me a special teams contract'' in terms of value, he said. ``I'm the 106th-paid linebacker in the league. I'd love to stay here, but if they were that interested, they would have done something by now. There are 31 other teams I can play for. I can't do much, but I can do this.''

But Crowder also said he didn't make enough big plays (no sacks, no interceptions, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery). Entering the offseason, ''the No. 1 question I would want to find out about is his health,'' Casserly said of Crowder's troublesome left knee.

• Bell led the team in tackles (120), broke up 10 passes, forced three fumbles and had a sack and a fumble recovery. ''He's had a great year -- they might even need to use their franchise tag on him,'' Lombardi said.

Bell, 30, will be needed not only in run support Sunday but also in coverage against Baltimore tight end Todd Heap. ''He's a very valuable part,'' Sparano said. ``Not only is he a physical presence that people have to worry about, but he's a guy that can cover.''

 
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Drop

Footballguy
This is just a rumor that I heard...

Nnamdi Asomugha wants to play for Rob Ryan and will sign with Cleveland.

 

Rozelle

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Sharper is almost certainly gone. The vibe is that Sharp wants to drive his Shakescalade to a city with a team that has a different style defense than the Tampa 2. And because Tyrell Johnson has proven he can step in and play effectively, the Vikings probably aren’t going to flag down that Shakescalade.

Notebook 1/14: Frazier Update, Free Agent Ramblings

 

Buffaloes

Footballguy
This is just a rumor that I heard...Nnamdi Asomugha wants to play for Rob Ryan and will sign with Cleveland.
Can the Raiders franchise him? If he does go to Cleveland, they will have a nice duo of Aso and Eric Wright.
 
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Rozelle

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Buffaloes said:
This is just a rumor that I heard...

Nnamdi Asomugha wants to play for Rob Ryan and will sign with Cleveland.
Can the Raiders franchise him? If he does go to Cleveland, they will have a nice duo of Aso and Eric Wright.
Yes... I understand he can be tagged again at a cost of 11-12 million.Jan. 2, 2009 - 4:50 p.m. ET

Appearing on ESPNews Friday, impending free agent Nnamdi Asomugha said he's hoping for a "new beginning" somewhere next season.

However, Asomugha said the new beginning "could happen in Oakland" if the Raiders get their act together this offseason. That's unlikely to happen, but even less likely is the Raiders letting "Aso" go when they can franchise him.

USA Today / Nnamdi Asomugha

 

Larry Thomas

Footballguy
February 5-19 - NFL franchises can use the franchise tag or the transition tag to lock up their unrestricted free agents. NFL Free Agency opens February 27th.

When a team uses the franchise tag or transition tag, it’s a one-year tender offer of a high base salary paid during the season and includes no signing bonus. Every dollar counts against the cap.

CB Franchise tag... $9.96 million

CB Transition tag... $8.37 million

S Franchise tag... $6.34 million

S Transition tag... $5.13 million

 

Fighting Noles

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Dawkins Philly S Signed by Denver Broncos

King Tenn CB Signed by Detroit Lions

Allen TBay S Resigned by Bucs

Crocker Cincy S Resigned by Bengals

Sheppard Philly CB TRADED to Jets (Not FA but might want to add)

 
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Jamaal Fudge S Atl Resigned by Falcons

Scott Starks CB Jax Resigned by Jaguars

Derrick Martin CB Balt Resigned by Ravens

Allen Rossum CB SF Resigned by 49ers

Joselio Hanson CB Philly Resigned by Eagles

 
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Fighting Noles

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C.C. Brown, S, Hou, Signed by N.Y. Giants

Jabari Greer, CB, Buff, Signed by N.O. Saints

Phillip Buchanon, CB, TBay, Signed by Detroit Lions

Shawn Springs, CB, Wash, Signed by N.E. Patriots

Jermaine Phillips, S, TBay, Resigned by Bucs

Mike Adams, S, Clev, Resigned by Browns

 
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duece2626

Footballguy
Browns | Adams re-signed

Thu, 05 Mar 2009 17:26:29 -0800

Alex Marvez, of FOXSports.com, reports the Cleveland Browns have re-signed unrestricted free-agent FS Mike Adams to a three-year deal, according to a source. Financial terms were not disclosed.

 

duece2626

Footballguy
MCFADDEN JOINS CARDINALS

Posted by Aaron Wilson on March 8, 2009, 5:46 p.m.

Pittsburgh Steelers free agent cornerback Bryant McFadden has agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract with the Arizona Cardinals, according to a league source.

McFadden received $5 million in guaranteed money, compensation that will be paid out entirely during the first year of the deal.

McFadden was drawing interest from four NFL teams: the Cardinals, the Steelers, the Miami Dolphins and the Philadelphia Eagles.

Nice group of young CB's the Cards have.

 

Fighting Noles

Footballguy
Benny Sapp, CB, Minn, Resigned by Vikings

Hank Poteat, CB, NYJets, Signed by Clev Browns

James Butler, S, NYGiants, Signed by STL Rams

Gerald Sensabaugh, S, Jax, Signed by Dallas Cowboys

Leigh Bodden, CB, Det, Signed by NE Patriots

Travis Daniels, CB, Clev, Signed by KC Chiefs

Reed Doughty, S, Wash, Resigned by Redskins

 
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Fighting Noles

Footballguy
Chris Carr, CB, Tenn, Signed by Baltimore Ravens

Karl Paymah, CB, Denv, Signed by Minn. Vikings

 
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Fighting Noles

Footballguy
Tank Williams, S, N.E., Resigned by Patriots

Ahmad Carroll, CB, NYJets, Resigned by JETS

Jarrett Bush, CB, GBay, Resigned by Packers

Fernando Bryant, CB, Pitt, Resigned by Steelers

Abram Elam, S, NYJets, Resigned by JETS

Darren Sharper, S, Minn, Signed by N.O. Saints

Corey Ivy, CB, Balt, Signed By Clev Browns

 
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Fighting Noles

Footballguy
Leigh Torrence, CB, N.O., Resigned by Saints

Cletis Gordon, CB, SD, Resigned by Chargers

Atari Bigby, S, GBay, Resigned by Packers

 
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Fighting Noles

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Matt Giordano, S, Indy, Re-Signed by Colts

Nate Salley, S, Carolina, Re-Signed by Panthers

Keiwan Ratliff, CB, Indy, Signed by Pitt Steelers

Ellis Hobbs, CB, N.E. Traded To Phil. Eagles

Roy Williams, S, Dall, Signed by Cincy Bengals

Brandon McGowan, S, Chi, Signed by N.E. Patriots

 
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