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  1. SR 7

    SR 7 A True Fan

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    BOLD indicates players I think Miami should go after

    Full list of Free Agents as they stand right now:

    Receivers

    Vincent Jackson (SD)
    Sidney Rice (MIN)
    Santonio Holmes (NYJ)
    Braylon Edwards (NYJ)
    Malcom Floyd (SD)
    Steve Smith (NYG)
    Terrell Owens (CIN)
    Randy Moss (TEN)
    Mike Williams (SEA)
    James Jones (GB)
    Steve Breaston (ARI)
    Early Doucet (ARZ)
    Brian Finneran (ATL)
    Donte' Stallworth (BAL)
    TJ Houshmandzadeh (BAL)
    Rashied Davis (CHI)
    Devin Aromashadu (CHI)
    Chansi Stuckey (CLE)
    Sam Hurd (DAL)
    Jacoby Jones (HOU)
    Mike Sims-Walker (JAC)
    Kevin Curtis (MIA)
    Hank Baskett (MIN)
    Greg Lewis (MIN)
    Lance Moore (NO)
    Courtney Roby (NO)
    Derek Hagan (NYG)
    Darius Reynaud (NYG)
    Brad Smith (NYJ)
    Johnnie Lee Higgins (OAK)
    Legedu Naanee (SD)
    Ben Obomanu (SEA)
    Laurent Robinson (STL)
    Danny Amendola (STL)
    Mark Clayton (STL)
    Maurice Stovall (TB)
    Santana Moss (WAS)
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    Tight Ends
    Zach Miller (OAK)
    Marcedes Lewis (JAC)
    Owen Daniels, HOU
    Kevin Boss, NYG
    Ben Patrick (ARZ)
    Dante Rosario (CAR)
    Jeff King (CAR)
    Desmond Clark (CHI)
    Reggie Kelly (CIN)
    Alex Smith (CLE)
    Leonard Pope (KC)
    Joey Haynos (MIA)
    David Thomas (NO)
    Matt Spaeth (PIT)
    Kris Wilson (SD)
    Randy McMichael (SD)
    Daniel Fells (STL)
    John Gilmore (TB)
    Bo Scaife (TEN)
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    Punters
    Adam Podlesh (JAC)
    Sam Koch (BAL)
    Daniel Sepulveda (PIT)
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    Kickers
    Matt Prater (DEN)
    Ryan Longwell (MIN)
    David Akers (PHI)
    Adam Vinatieri (IND)
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    Quarterbacks
    Peyton Manning (IND)
    Michael Vick (PHI)
    Brett Favre (MIN)
    Seneca Wallace (CLE)
    Matt Hasselbeck (SEA)
    Matt Moore (CAR)
    Alex Smith (SF)
    Matt Leinart (HOU)
    Marc Bulger (BAL)
    Todd Collins (CHI)
    Caleb Hanie (CHI)
    Brady Quinn (DEN)
    Drew Stanton (DET)
    Trent Edwards (JAC)
    Luke McCown (JAC)
    Brodie Croyle (KC)
    Chad Pennington (MIA)
    Tyler Thigpen (MIA)
    Tarvaris Jackson (MIN)
    Jim Sorgi (NYG)
    Kellen Clemens (NYJ)
    Kyle Boller (OAK)
    Bruce Gradkowski (OAK)
    Dennis Dixon (PIT)
    Billy Volek (SD)
    Troy Smith (SF)
    Kerry Collins (TEN)
    Rex Grossman (WAS)
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    Running Backs
    DeAngelo Williams (CAR)
    Arian Foster (HOU)
    Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG)
    Cedric Benson (CIN)
    Mike Tolbert (SD)
    Darren Sproles (SD)
    BenJarvus Green-Ellis (NE)
    Ronnie Brown (MIA)
    Ricky Williams (MIA)
    Michael Bush (OAK)
    Pierre Thomas (NO)
    Leon Washington (SEA)
    Vonta Leach (HOU) (FB)
    Le’Ron McClain (BAL) (FB)
    John Kuhn (GB) (FB)
    Tim Hightower (ARZ)
    Jerious Norwood (ATL)
    Mike Bell (CLE)
    Laurence Maroney (DEN)
    Kevin Smith (DET)
    Brandon Jackson (GB)
    Derrick Ward (HOU)
    Joseph Addai (IND)
    Mike Hart (IND)
    Patrick Cobbs (MIA)
    Sammy Morris (NE)
    Kevin Faulk (NE)
    Fred Taylor (NE)
    Danny Ware (NYG)
    Jerome Harrison (PHI)
    Mewelde Moore (PIT)
    Brian Westbrook (SF)
    Kenneth Darby (STL)
    Michael Spurlock (TB)
    Cadillac Williams (TB)
    Jason Snelling (ATL) (FB)
    Brian Leonard (CIN) (FB)
    Lawrence Vickers (CLE)
    Jerome Felton (DET) (FB)
    Korey Hall (GB) (FB)
    Lex Hilliard (MIA) (FB)
    Naufahu Tahi (MIN) (FB)
    Tony Richardson (NYJ) (FB)
    Heath Evans (NO) (FB)
    Marcel Reece (OAK) (FB)
    Ahmard Hall (TEN) (FB)
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    Linebackers
    Chad Greenway (MIN)
    LaMarr Woodley (PIT)
    Tamba Hali (KC)
    David Harris (NYJ)
    Stephen Tulloch (TEN)
    Paul Posluszny (BUF)
    James Anderson (CAR)
    Rocky McIntosh (WAS)
    Thomas Davis (CAR)
    Barrett Ruud (TB)
    Takeo Spikes (SF)
    Stephen Nicholas (ATL)
    Mike Peterson (ATL)
    Tavares Gooden (BAL)
    Keith Ellison (BUF)
    Jamar Williams (CAR)
    Pisa Tinoisamoa (CHI)
    Nick Roach (CHI)
    Dhani Jones (CIN)
    Brandon Johnson (CIN)
    D’Qwell Jackson (CLE)
    Chris Gocong (CLE)
    Matt Roth (CLE)
    Jason Trusnik (CLE)
    Landon Johnson (DET)
    Zach Diles (HOU)
    Kevin Bentley (HOU)
    Clint Session (IND)
    Justin Durant (JAC)
    Kirk Morrison (JAC)
    Mike Vrabel (KC)
    Quentin Moses (MIA)
    Ben Leber (MIN)
    Erin Henderson (MIN)
    Tracy White (NE)
    Danny Clark (NO)
    Scott Shanle (NO)
    Chase Blackburn (NYG)
    Keith Bulluck (NYG)
    Thomas Howard (OAK)
    Kamerion Wimbley (OAK)
    Stewart Bradley (PHI)
    Ernie Sims (PHI)
    Omar Gaither (PHI)
    Antwan Barnes (SD)
    Kevin Burnett (SD)
    Stephen Cooper (SD)
    Brandon Siler (SD)
    Travis LaBoy (SF)
    Manny Lawson (SF)
    Will Herring (SEA)
    Leroy Hill (SEA)
    Matt McCoy (SEA)
    David Vobora (STL)
    Quincy Black (TB)
    David Thornton (TEN)
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    Offensive Linemen
    Carl Nicks (NO)
    Logan Mankins (NE)
    Davin Joseph (TB)
    Harvey Dahl (ATL)
    Ryan Kalil (CAR)
    Daryn Colledge (GB)
    Alan Faneca (ARZ)
    Deuce Lutui (ARZ)
    Lyle Sendlein (ARZ)
    Justin Blalock (ATL)
    Chris Chester (BAL)
    Marshal Yanda (BAL)
    Olin Kreutz (CHI)
    Evan Mathis (CIN)
    Kyle Cook (CIN)
    Nate Livings (CIN)
    Kyle Kosier (DAL)
    Jason Spitz (GB)
    Kasey Studdard (HOU)
    Mike Brisiel (HOU)
    Kyle DeVan (IND)
    Mike Pollak (IND)
    Rudy Niswanger (KC)
    Casey Wiegmann (KC)
    Richie Incognito (MIA)
    Nate Garner (MIA)
    Jonathan Goodwin (NO)
    Kevin Boothe (NYG)
    Samson Satele (OAK)
    Reggie Wells (PHI)
    Scott Mruczkowski (SD)
    David Baas (SF)
    Chris Spencer (SEA)
    Leroy Harris (TEN)
    Will Montgomery (WAS)
    Tyson Clabo (ATL)
    Doug Free (DAL)
    Jared Gaither (BAL)
    Jammal Brown (WAS)
    Matt Light (NE)
    Jermon Bushrod (NO)
    Willie Colon (PIT)
    Alex Barron (DAL)
    Ryan Harris (DEN)
    Corey Hilliard (DET)
    Rashad Butler (HOU)
    Charlie Johnson (IND)
    Ryan O'Callaghan (KC)
    Pat McQuistan (MIA)
    Ryan Cook (MIN)
    Zach Strief (NO)
    Wayne Hunter (NYJ)
    Khalif Barnes (OAK)
    Langston Walker (OAK)
    Mario Henderson (OAK)
    Trai Essex (PIT)
    Jonathan Scott (PIT)
    Jeromey Clary (SD)
    Barry Sims (SF)
    Sean Locklear (SEA)
    Adam Goldberg (STL)
    John Greco (STL)
    Jeremy Trueblood (TB)
    Stephon Heyer (WAS)
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    Cornerbacks
    Champ Bailey (DEN).
    Nnamdi Asomugha (OAK)
    Brent Grimes (ATL)
    Carlos Rogers (WAS)
    Johnathan Joseph (CIN)
    Ronde Barber (TB)
    Antonio Cromartie (NYJ)
    Ike Taylor (PIT)
    Richard Marshall (CAR)
    Brian Williams (ATL)
    Chris Carr (BAL)
    Fabian Washington (BAL)
    Josh Wilson (BAL)
    Drayton Florence (BUF)
    Richard Marshall (CAR)
    Corey Graham (CHI)
    Eric Wright (CLE)
    CC Brown (DET)
    Brandon McDonald (DET)
    Chris Houston (DET)
    Josh Bell (GB)
    Jason Allen (HOU)
    Travis Daniels (KC)
    Brandon Carr (KC)
    Al Harris (MIA)
    Lito Sheppard (MIN)
    Frank Walker (MIN)
    Kyle Arrington (NE)
    Usama Young (NO)
    Drew Coleman (NYJ)
    Stanford Routt (OAK)
    William Gay (PIT)
    Paul Oliver (SD)
    Dashon Goldson (SF)
    Kelly Jennings (SEA)
    Roy Lewis (SEA)
    Justin King (STL)
    Roderick Hood (TEN)
    Phillip Buchanon (WAS)
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    Defensive Tackles
    Haloti Ngata (BAL)
    Richard Seymour (OAK)
    Brandon Mebane (SEA)
    Aubrayo Franklin (SF)
    Pat Williams (MIN)
    Alan Branch (ARZ)
    Gabe Watson (ARZ)
    John McCargo (BUF)
    Nick Hayden (CAR)
    Anthony Adams (CHI)
    Matt Toeaina (CHI)
    Andre Fluellen (DET)
    Shaun Cody (HOU)
    Antonio Johnson (IND)
    Daniel Muir (IND)
    Eric Foster (IND)
    Ron Edwards (KC)
    Paul Soliai (MIA)
    Fred Evans (MIN)
    Gerard Warren (NE)
    Remi Ayodele (NO)
    Barry Coefield (NYG)
    John Henderson (OAK)
    Chris Hovan (STL)
    Clifton Ryan (STL)
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    Defensive Ends
    Cullen Jenkins (GB)
    Mathias Kiwanuka (NY)
    Charles Johnson (CAR)
    Ray Edwards (MIN)
    Jason Babin (TEN)
    Shaun Ellis (NYJ)
    Kenny Iwebema (ARZ)
    Bryan Robinson (ARZ)
    Jayme Mitchell (CLE)
    Robaire Smith (CLE)
    Stephen Bowen (DAL)
    Jason Hatcher (DAL)
    Marcus Spears (DAL)
    Cliff Avril (DET)
    Turk McBride (DET)
    Mark Anderson (HOU)
    Wallace Gilberry (KC)
    Shaun Smith (KC)
    Tony McDaniel (MIA)
    Brian Robison (MIN)
    Anthony Hargrove (NO)
    Jimmy Wilkerson (NO)
    Dave Tollefson (NYG)
    Victor Abiamiri (PHI)
    Nick Eason (PIT)
    Chris Hoke (PIT)
    Jacques Cesaire (SD)
    Travis Johnson (SD)
    Ray McDonald (SF)
    CJ Ah You (STL)
    Tim Crowder (TB)
    Greg White (TB)
    Dave Ball (TEN)
    Kedric Golston (WAS)
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    Safeties
    Quintin Mikell (PHI)
    Roman Harper (NO)
    Eric Weddle (SD)
    Dawan Landry (BAL)
    Tanard Jackson (TB)
    Bernard Pollard (HOU)
    Atari Bigby (GB)
    Matt Ware (ARZ)
    Haruki Nakamura (BAL)
    Tom Zbikowski (BAL)
    George Wilson (BUF)
    Gerald Alexander (CAR)
    Chinedum Ndukwe (CIN)
    Gibril Wilson (CIN)
    Danieal Manning (CHI)
    Abram Elam (CLE)
    Sabby Piscitelli (CLE)
    Alan Ball (DAL)
    Gerald Sensabaugh (DAL)
    Charlie Peprah (GB)
    Anthony Smith (GB)
    Melvin Bullitt (IND)
    Sean Considine (JAC)
    Tyrell Johnson (MIN)
    Husain Abdullah (MIN)
    Brandon McGowan (NE)
    Jarrad Page (NE)
    Darren Sharper (NO)
    Michael Johnson (NYG)
    Deon Grant (NYG)
    Brodney Pool (NYJ)
    Eric Smith (NYJ)
    Lawyer Milloy (SEA)
    Reed Doughty (WAS)
     
  2. BARF

    BARF ...FOR ME TO POOP ON

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    i have been saying it i think they should go hard after james jones, even though there is one in miami already, brad smith would not be bad, leon washington, and jerome harrison, that will give us some much needed team speed. but knowing our luck i am pretty sure he will bring chansi stuckey since he knows the offense already, and ireland will bring sam hurd
     
  3. CpuFan

    CpuFan A True Fan

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    NO CBA agreement means there will be no Free Agency. It is pointless to make up these lists until they get an agreement.

    "The current NFL and NFLPA collective bargaining agreement (CBA) is set to expire on March 3, 2011. That date is also when NFL Free Agency should start, however unless a new CBA is agreed upon by March 3, 2011 free agency cannot happen..."

    http://www.bigcatcountry.com/2011/1...unique-approach-to-2011-nfl-draft-free-agency

    Teams "...Are not allowed by the NFL to talk about the lockout and potential ramifications — such as what will happen with the free-agency system.

    Under the current rules, players with five, four or three years of experience are restricted free agents when their contracts expire. Clubs can keep them by re-signing them or by matching any offer sheet they sign with other teams.

    Running back Arian Foster, who led the NFL in rushing, yards from scrimmage, touchdowns, rushing touchdowns and first downs, is a two-year veteran. Players with two years of experience are exclusive rights players, which means they have no freedom to move.

    If the lockout is implemented by the owners, there can be no player movement — no signings or trades. Players can't have contact with their teams and will have to work out and practice on their own.

    There will be a draft because rookies don't become members of the union until they sign."

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/fb/texansfront/7371555.html
     
  4. clutch23

    clutch23 Rookie

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    I think the wildcard there is Jerious Norwood. That kid is ungodly fast. I highly doubt he'd be allowed to leave Atl, but he has been hurt the past few years. He is good on returns and catches well. just my 2 cents.
     
  5. SR 7

    SR 7 A True Fan

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    We are aware of the CBA rules and i can guarantee you there won't ve a lockout. Doesn't mean we stop looking at FA.

    U don't stop R&D bc economy is bad buddy.
     
  6. DisturbedShifty

    DisturbedShifty Wort-wort-wort!!! Administrator Finheaven VIP

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    If you ask me, if Ross wants to patch things over with the fans and the coaches, he should drop a **** ton of money on Manning. That is once there is a CBA in place.
     
  7. zachblitz54

    zachblitz54 Juck the Fets

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    I remember Peter King saying that if the lockout continues close to, or into, the start of the regular season, that there could be NO FA period if/when a new CBA gets done. That it could be agreed upon that all FAs would play under their previous year's contract in order to get the season started quickly. Didnt say what would happen to the training camp period though. Not sure how true this is, but it would leave only the draft as a way to get better.
     
  8. emeraldfin

    emeraldfin Gary Speed RIP Donator

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    A CBA will be done. Things like this usually dont get resolved till the last minute anyway.

    A football-less year benefits nobody.
     
  9. 3rdandinches

    3rdandinches Seasoned Veteran

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    and why would the players agree to that? A tonne of them would lose a boat load of money! Would our Coaching Staff really want R.Williams back?
     
  10. zachblitz54

    zachblitz54 Juck the Fets

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    That was my immediate thought also. But, the players agreed to the owner opt out clause, increase FA from 4 to 5 yrs, and playing under previous contract deal in the current CBA. Which I would have never expected them to do. Hopefully it wont matter and they will get something done soon.
     
  11. normaniii

    normaniii A True Fan

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    Donte Stallworth........short term & we need speed
     
  12. sanderscm2

    sanderscm2 Rookie

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    Manning is beyond the point in his life where he makes decisions based on his bank account. He's the Colts' Marino, and won't ever leave. Can I say this as fact? No, but I think it's a pretty safe assumption.
     
  13. Kdawg954

    Kdawg954 The D will RushYa, Like Moscow Donator

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    I dunno if Peyton feels he can win another ring with Indy . . . I mean no doubt that he signs, and he will be made the highest paid player in the NFL, but if he truly feels that money isn't an option, I would definitely consider other options, or atleast see what is out there.

    He was mighty pissed off looking after that Jets game.

    I think Miami would be a great spot for him to try . . . yea u get New England and NYJ twice a year . . . but you get a better defense, 3 solid WR's . . . get Peyton a deep threat and another TE . . . I mean he has arguably the best LT protecting his blindside too. I know it is unrealistic, but how great would it be to win a ring or 2, something Marino couldn't do . . . he would be considered as great or greater than an all time great in his city. . . in the 5 years he would come here.

    And how much **** riding would Ireland/Sparano/Ross get after that move.
     
  14. AquaInferno

    AquaInferno Pro Bowler Donator

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    My favorite FA is Bradshaw I think he could tear it up here. I'd be super shocked if NYG didn't resign him because Jacobs seemed on the outs. Jacobs was only getting carries in the 4th really. Plus Jacobs had that whole helmet chucking incident I'll be surprised if NYG keeps Jacobs and lets Bradshaw walk big mistake.
     
  15. Dmarino110

    Dmarino110 Starter

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    I'd love to see mike walker back with B marsh...hell give them asaunte samuels and atari bigby too...
     
  16. RealDriscoll

    RealDriscoll Still Perfect.. and You're Not.

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    I think that we don't target the big names that are going to acquire HUGE contracts like a Carl Nicks, Logan Mankins, David Harris, etc. We made our splash adding Brandon Marshall and Karlos Dansby last season. After we extend Soliai and Incognito I think we should turn our attention to Marshall Yanda. Yanda played Right Tackle for the Baltimore Ravens this season due to an injury suffered by Jared Gaither. Yanda played at a Pro Bowl level suprassing the play of Ben Grubbs and Michael Oher. Yanda is better suited at Right Guard which is a major hole for us right now. His versatility is attractive and he would come much cheaper than a Mankins or Nicks. Combine the signing of Yanda with a draft trade-down scenario where we move to the end of Round 1 to acquire the 2nd Round pick we lost in the Marshall trade and select Mike Pouncey. An OLINE consiting of Jake Long/Mike Pouncey/Incognito/Yanda/Carey with Murtha/Garner/Berger/Jerry providing depth is a strength to any team.

    If we were to make a "splash" in free agency I would traget one of the following RB's- Ahmad Bradshaw or DeAngelo Williams. Williams would be the more expensive of the bunch but he is explosive. If he came aboard and ran behind that offensive line you are talking about a serious strength.
     
  17. miamiron

    miamiron A True Fan

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    The true question should be Would our coaching staff want Ronnie Brown back
    with his 3.7 yards per rush
     
  18. RealDriscoll

    RealDriscoll Still Perfect.. and You're Not.

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    I would give up my left arm for Haloti Ngata. He is one of the most dominant players in the NFL and I would gladly part with Soliai for him. Local radio here in Baltimore says Ngata isn't going anywhere and I wouldn't think so
     
  19. RealDriscoll

    RealDriscoll Still Perfect.. and You're Not.

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    Say NO to Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown. Used cars aren't always a bad thing but when they have dents and high mileage you do not want to invest.... :)
     
  20. putter1013

    putter1013 Well-Known Member

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    I highlighed and Underlined my guys!

    Thanks for the post!
     

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