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    A list of Free Agents for next season

    Here is all the free agents to be. There isn't a lot of impressive names on this list.

    2006 FREE AGENTS

    Players with the designation "RFA" have completed three seasons and are subject to the restricted free agency rules.



    AFC East



    New England: WR David Givens; G Stephen Neal; OT Tom Ashworth; WR Tim Dwight; WR Troy Brown; QB Doug Flutie; FB Heath Evans; RB Mike Cloud; WR Andre' Davis; TE Christian Fauria; S Michael Stone; LB Matt Chatham; CB Hank Poteat; LB Don Davis; K Adam Vinatieri; CB Chad Scott; WR Cedric James.



    Miami: C Seth McKinney; FB Sammy Morris; OL Stocker McDougle; OL Alonzo Ephraim (RFA); QB Sage Rosenfels; WR Bryan Gilmore; RB Travis Minor; S Lance Schulters; LB Jason Glenn; S Yeremiah Bell (RFA); LB Nick Rogers; CB Kiwaukee Thomas; WR David Boston; WR Kendall Newson.



    Buffalo: C Trey Teague; WR Sam Aiken (RFA); QB Shane Matthews; LB Angelo Crowell (RFA); CB Nate Clements; DE Ryan Denney; DT Justin Bannan; LB Mario Haggan (RFA); LB Josh Stamer (RFA); LS Mike Schneck; CB Kevin Thomas; DT Ron Edwards.



    New York Jets: G Jonathan Goodwin; OT Scott Gragg; QB Vinny Testaverde; QB Kliff Kingsbury (RFA); DT James Reed; DE John Abraham; LB Kenyatta Wright; TE Chris Baker.



    AFC North



    Pittsburgh: WR Antwaan Randle El; QB Charlie Batch; WR Quincy Morgan; OT Barrett Brooks; TE Jerame Tuman; WR Sean Morey; RB Verron Haynes; DE Kimo von Oelhoffen; CB Ike Taylor (RFA); S Chris Hope; CB DeShea Townsend; LB Brett Keisel; LB Clint Kriewaldt.



    Cleveland: WR Antonio Bryant; OT L.J. Shelton; C Mike Pucillo; TE Aaron Shea; DE Orpheus Roye; LB Andra Davis; LB Ben Taylor; CB Leigh Bodden (RFA); DT Ethan Kelley (RFA); LB Orlando Ruff; CB Ray Mickens; P Kyle Richardson; S Antwan Harris.



    Cincinnati: FB Jeremi Johnson (RFA); WR Kevin Walter (RFA); G Scott Kooistra (RFA); TE Matt Schobel; QB Jon Kitna; FB Nick Luchey; WR Kelley Washington (RFA); TE Tony Stewart; S Ifeanyi Ohalete; DE Carl Powell; LB Marcus Wilkins; S Anthony Mitchell; CB Reggie Myles; CB Rashad Bauman; LB Hannibal Navies; RB Kenny Watson; LB Nate Webster.



    Baltimore: RB Jamal Lewis; WR Patrick Johnson; TE Randy Hymes; OT Tony Pashos (RFA); TE Darnell Dinkins;QB Anthony Wright; RB Ovie Mughelli (RFA); RB Chester Taylor; TE Daniel Wilcox (RFA); RB Musa Smith (RFA); TE Terry Jones; DE Anthony Weaver; DT Ma'ake Kemoeatu; LB Tommy Polley; LB Bart Scott; S Chad Williams; S Will Demps; DE Jarret Johnson (RFA); DT Aubrayo Franklin (RFA); CB Dale Carter; CB Deion Sanders; P Dave Zastudil; K Aaron Elling (RFA).



    AFC South



    Indianapolis: WR Reggie Wayne; FB James Mungro; RB Edgerrin James; WR Troy Walters; WR Aaron Moorehead (RFA); DE Raheem Brock; LB David Thornton; LB Gary Brackett (RFA); LB Cato June (RFA); DT Larry Tripplett; DE Robert Mathis (RFA); LB Rob Morris; S Joseph Jefferson; S Gerome Sapp (RFA); LB Keith O'Neil (RFA); K Mike Vanderjagt; OT Makoa Freitas (RFA); LB Rocky Calmus; WR Brad Pyatt (RFA).



    Jacksonville: G Vince Manuwai (RFA); OT Mike Pearson; C Dennis Norman; OT Ephraim Salaam; TE George Wrighster (RFA); WR Cortez Hankton (RFA); RB LaBrandon Toefield (RFA); LB Akin Ayodele; S Deke Cooper; CB Kenny Wright; DE Marcellus Wiley; DT Rob Meier; LB Tracy White (RFA); LB Tony Gilbert (RFA); CB Terry Cousin; LB Jamie Winborn.



    Houston: WR Corey Bradford; WR Jabar Gaffney; WR Derick Armstrong (RFA); OT Seth Wand (RFA); G Fred Weary; G Milford Brown; OT Victor Riley; TE Matt Murphy; RB Jonathan Wells; QB Dave Ragone (RFA); LB Shantee Orr (RFA); LB Dashon Polk; LB Antwan Peek (RFA); LB Frank Chamberlin; LB Troy Evans; CB Jason Bell; S Ramon Walker; LS Bryan Pittman (RFA).



    Tennessee: C Justin Hartwig; DE Kyle Vanden Bosch; LB Brad Kassell; S Tank Williams; LB Rocky Boiman; S Donnie Nickey (RFA); CB Tony Beckham; LS Jon Dorenbos (RFA).



    AFC West



    Denver: WR Charlie Adams (RFA); RB Ron Dayne; DT Monsanto Pope; DT Demtrin Veal (RFA); LB Patrick Chukwurah; LB Keith Burns; S Sam Brandon; DE Marco Coleman; TE/LS Mike Leach.



    Oakland: OT Chad Slaughter; G Corey Hulsey; TE Zeron Flemister; RB Omar Easy; WR Randal Williams; LB Grant Irons; S Jarrod Cooper; DT Terdell Sands; DT Edward Jasper; LB DeLawrence Grant; LB Tim Johnson; CB Reynaldo Hill; S Reggie Tongue; CB Charles Woodson; DT Kenny Smith.



    Kansas City: WR Chris Horn (RFA); OT Jordan Black (RFA); FB Tony Richardson; WR Marc Boerigter; QB Todd Collins; QB Damon Huard; DT Lional Dalton; DE Jimmy Wilkerson (RFA); DE Carlos Hall; CB DeWayne Washington; TE/LS Kendall Gammon.



    San Diego: G Kris Dielman (RFA); QB Drew Brees; WR Reche Caldwell; WR Kassim Osgood (RFA); G Bob Hallen; TE Justin Peelle; FB Andrew Pinnock (RFA); DE DeQuincy Scott; DE Jacques Cesaire (RFA); LB Ben Leber; LB Matt Wilhelm (RFA); LB Stephen Cooper (RFA); CB Jamar Fletcher; S Clinton Hart (RFA); LB Carlos Polk; OT Courtney Van Buren (RFA).



    NFC East



    Dallas: OT Torrin Tucker (RFA); WR Peerless Price; OT Ethan Brooks; TE Dan Campbell; LB Scott Fujita; S Keith Davis (RFA); LB Scott Shanle (RFA); LB Eric Ogbogu; S Willie Pile (RFA); S Lynn Scott; DT Willie Blade.



    Philadelphia: T Jon Runyan; WR Darnerian McCants; RB Lamar Gordon; TE Chad Lewis; RB Reno Mahe (RFA); DE N.D. Kalu; LB Keith Adams; DE Juqua Thomas; LB Zeke Moreno; S Quintin Mikell (RFA); CB Roderick Hood (RFA); K Jose Cortez; P Dirk Johnson (RFA).



    Washington: TE Robert Royal; G Ray Brown; TE Brian Kozlowski; RB Rock Cartwright; S Ryan Clark; DT Cedric Killings (RFA); DE Demetric Evans; LB Khary Campbell; LB Warrick Holdman; S Omar Stoutmire; CB Ade Jimoh (RFA); LS Ethan Albright.



    New York Giants: WR Tim Carter; WR David Tyree (RFA); OT Bob Whitfield; TE Visanthe Shiancoe (RFA); QB Tim Hasselbeck; WR Willie Ponder (RFA); TE Sean Berton (RFA); RB Chad Morton; DT Kendrick Clancy; LB Nick Greisen; CB Will Allen; DT Kenderick Allen (RFA); CB Frank Walker (RFA).



    NFC North



    Minnesota: WR Nate Burleson (RFA); C Melvin Fowler; RB Michael Bennett; WR Koren Robinson; G Toniu Fonoti; C Cory Withrow; QB Shaun Hill; RB Moe Williams; LB Keith Newman; LB Sam Cowart; S Corey Chavous; CB Brian Williams; DE Lance Johnstone; CB Ralph Brown; LB Raonall Smith; K Paul Edinger; S Willie Offord.



    Chicago: G Terrence Metcalf; OT John St. Clair; C Roberto Garza; TE John Gilmore; QB Jeff Blake; TE Gabe Reid (RFA); LB Hunter Hillenmeyer (RFA); CB Jerry Azumah; LB Marcus Reese (RFA).



    Detroit: OT Jeff Backus; G Kyle Kosier; C Brock Gutierrez; G Tyrone Hopson; TE Casey Fitzsimmons (RFA); QB Jeff Garcia; FB Paul Smith; RB Shawn Bryson; WR Troy Edwards; RB Artose Pinner (RFA); DE Cory Redding (RFA); LB Earl Holmes; LB James Davis (RFA); CB Andre' Goodman; S Terrence Holt (RFA); CB R.W. McQuarters; DE Jared DeVries; DE Kalimba Edwards; LB Wali Rainer; S Bracy Walker; S Vernon Fox; LB Nate Wayne; WR Kevin Johnson.



    Green Bay: C Mike Flanagan; FB William Henderon; G Grey Ruegamer; OT Kevin Barry; QB Craig Nall; RB Tony Fisher; DE Aaron Kampman; DT Grady Jackson; DE Kenny Peterson (RFA); LB Paris Lenon; K Ryan Longwell; LS Rob Davis; RB Najeh Davenport; RB Ahman Green; S Earl Little.



    NFC South



    Carolina: C Jeff Mitchell; G Tutan Reyes; RB Ricky Proehl; WR Rod Gardner; OT Todd Fordham; QB Chris Weinke; RB DeShaun Foster; TE Mike Seidman (RFA); LB Will Witherspoon; S Marlon McCree; DT Kindal Moorehead (RFA); DE Kemp Rasmussen; LB Vinny Ciurciu (RFA); CB Dante Wesley; S Idrees Bashir; CB Ricky Manning (RFA); P Jason Baker; S Colin Branch (RFA); OL Matt Hill.



    New Orleans: C LeCharles Bentley; G Montrae Holland (RFA); WR Az-Zahir Hakim; TE Zach Hilton (RFA); RB Antowain Smith; TE Lamont Hall; FB Fred McAfee; RB Anthony Thomas; DE Willie Whitehead; DE Darren Howard; LB Sedrick Hodge; LB Ronald McKinnon; CB Fakhir Brown; LB T.J. Slaughter; S Mel Mitchell; LB James Allen; WR Michael Lewis.



    Tampa Bay: G Sean Mahan (RFA); QB Chris Simms (RFA); WR Ike Hilliard; WR Edell Shepherd (RFA); OT Todd Steussie; FB Jameel Cook; TE Dave Moore; DT Chris Hovan; S Dexter Jackson; CB Torrie Cox (RFA); CB Juran Bolden; K Matt Bryant.



    Atlanta: OT Kevin Shaffer; WR Dez White; C Austin King (RFA); OT Barry Stokes; FB Fred McCrary; WR Jerome Pathon; QB Ty Detmer; S Keion Carpenter; DE Antwan Lake; LB Artie Ulmer; S Ronnie Heard; S Kevin McCadam; S Antuan Edwards; S Omare Lowe; K Todd Peterson; LB Erik Flowers.



    NFC West



    Arizona: G Reggie Wells (RFA); QB Kurt Warner; FB Obafemi Ayanbadejo; OL Adam Haayer; QB Josh McCown; FB Jarrod Baxter; WR J.J. Moses (RFA); WR Reggie Swinton; TE Teyo Johnson (RFA); FB Harold Morrow; RB James Jackson; DE Ross Kolodziej; DE Antonio Cochran; CB Robert Tate; DE R-Kal Truluck; S Quentin Harris; CB Raymond Walls; OL Ian Allen; OL Billy Conaty; DT Russell Davis; LB Gerald Hayes (RFA); DE Kenny King (RFA); DT Langston Moore (RFA); RB J.R. Redmond.



    St. Louis: C Andy McCollum; TE Brandon Manumaleuna; WR Shaun McDonald (RFA); WR Kevin Curtis (RFA); G Tom Nutten; OT Rex Tucker; TE Cameron Cleeland; QB Jamie Martin; RB Arlen Harris (RFA); RB Aveion Cason; RB David Allen (RFA); DT Ryan Pickett; CB DeJuan Groce (RFA); S Adam Archuleta; S Mike Furrey (RFA); DE Tyoka Jackson; DT Damione Lewis; DE Brandon Green (RFA); LB Trev Faulk; CB Corey Ivy; CB Chris Johnson (RFA); CB Terry Fair; P Bryan Barker; FB Chris Massey; TE Roland Williams.



    Seattle: WR Joe Jurevicius; G Steve Hutchinson; FB Mack Strong; RB Shaun Alexander; WR Peter Warrick; OT Wayne Hunter (RFA); TE Ryan Hannam; QB Seneca Wallace (RFA); RB Maurice Morris; S Marquand Manuel; DE Rodney Bailey; DT Rocky Bernard; DE Joe Tafoya; LB Kevin Bentley; S John Howell; CB Jimmy Williams; P Tom Rouen; K Josh Brown (RFA); CB Kevin House; WR Jerheme Urban (RFA).



    San Francisco: WR Arnaz Battle (RFA); WR Brandon Lloyd (RFA); OT Anthony Clement; FB Fred Beasley; TE Trent Smith (RFA); QB Ken Dorsey (RFA); FB Chris Hetherington; WR Jason McAddley; RB Steve Bush; QB Jesse Palmer; LB Julian Peterson; LB Brandon Moore; LB Derek Smith; DE Travis Hall; CB Willie Middlebrooks; K Joe Nedney.


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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    steve hutchinson from seattle is on that free agent list. the guy is an animal. what a huge upgrade that would be for us at guard. pair him with big fat claude, pace and barron and richie the I at center, and we may actually have a legit run blocking line. Dont know if we have the cap to make the move, but it would be a biblical upgrade over what we have now and would really hurt the hawks. I bet they find a way to keep him.

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    My preliminary shopping list:

    Nate Clements
    Chris Hope
    Cato June
    Will Allen
    Steve Hutchinson

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    steve hutchinson from seattle is on that free agent list.
    Assuming they get SA signed, wouldn't Hutchinson get their franchise tag?
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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    as usual, The Biggest Bison of all brings clarity to the murky world in which we all dwell. If they did sign alexander, i cant imagine they wouldnt tag hutchinson if they couldnt sign him. Cant let a guy like that just walk. I am suspect as to whether they will actually sign alexander long term.

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    Tank Williams,Chris Hope,Woodson and Hutchinson sound good.

    And maybe Julian Peterson from the whiners.

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    Regardless of what happens with Alexander, they will either sign or Franchise Hutchinson.

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    Quote Originally Posted by maltz88
    Regardless of what happens with Alexander, they will either sign or Franchise Hutchinson.
    I'm not doubting you if you have some knowledge of this, but I don't know that this statement can be made with certainity. I would say Hutchinson's situation is directly related to what SA does. For example, I doubt they use their franchise on SH with SA unsigned.

    Maybe I'm wrong, maybe they let SA walk free and clear, but I can't imagine their revamped front office pulling such a bone-head move.
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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    I'd take Peterson as a athlete any day!

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    I think Donovin Darius is a f/a this year to cause last year he put on the franchise tag.
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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    Quote Originally Posted by talkstoangels61
    I'd take Peterson as a athlete any day!
    as long as he leaves his agents at home.
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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    Nate Clements is the guy that we must get. If Jerry Gray comes to St.Louis then we have a great shot at getting him. Clements loves playing for Gray.

    Hutchinson would be the next guy. I cant wait too see what Seattle does. I dont know their Cap situation, but that would be a lot of money to spend by signing Alexander and Hutchinson. Jones and Hasselbeck already have some nice sized contracts.

    Really, I want too see the Rams target the Draft Hard. It's almost like this draft was made for the Rams. Solid LB's and Playmaking TE'S. Exactly what the rams need.

    There is a DE from Bama named Mark Anderson that I'd like too see the Rams go after. He's a monster in pass rush and had six sacks on the season and would have had more, but the team wanted to get Freshman Bobby Greenwood some playing time. Anderson could be targeted in the 5th-6th rounds most likely, if not later.
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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison
    I'm not doubting you if you have some knowledge of this, but I don't know that this statement can be made with certainity. I would say Hutchinson's situation is directly related to what SA does. For example, I doubt they use their franchise on SH with SA unsigned.

    Maybe I'm wrong, maybe they let SA walk free and clear, but I can't imagine their revamped front office pulling such a bone-head move.
    The reason the Shaun Alexander and Steve Hutchinson situations are not relevant to one another is that they don't have any options with SA.

    If you remember he didn't sign the tender offered to him. He signed a one year contract with the agreement that he could not be franchised after this season.

    So Seattles only options with SA are to either sign him long term, or let him walk with nothing in return. Period.

    They have their Franchise tag available, and if they cannot agree to a long term deal with Hutch, they will franchise him. Which, is a good deal anyway.....if you have to franchise someone it's best to make it a guard (as the average of the top 5 salaries at the guard position is much cheaper than most other positions).

    And just for the record, I think Seattle is best off to let Alexander walk.

    Things to consider:

    1) He may very will be the season MVP.
    2) He may break 2,000 yards by seasons end.
    3) He may break the single season TD record.
    4) He's never been injured.
    5) He has improved every year he's been in the league.
    6) He has dramatically improved his pass blocking, and can now be considered a complete back.

    This all leads to an ENORMOUS contract from someone. If Seattle were to give him the deal his agent will be demanding, it would be at the cost of keeping other players, or bringing in any Free Agents.

    I don't think Tim Ruskell wants to be pushed back against the cap because of one player.

    They can find anyone to rush for 1,200 yards behind their line, and with not signing Alexander can continue to improve the "team" elsewhere.

    That's just my $.02.

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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    He signed a one year contract with the agreement that he could not be franchised after this season.
    Wow! Didn't know about that stipulation. SA's pretty much gonna get what he wants then. And with that in mind, Hutch will certainly be a seahawk next year.
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    Re: A list of Free Agents for next season

    And just for the record, I think Seattle is best off to let Alexander walk.
    Without Alexander, the Hawks are in trouble. Yards can be replaced, points cant. Dont tell me that anyone can run behind that line, because Seattle would have to bring in a very good back to even hope to replace the smallest production by Alexander. Alexander's vision is what sets him apart, and he doesnt get injured. This allows Seattle to run him, and not have to put the game on Hasselbeck, which is a good thing for the Hawks because we've all seen what Hasselebeck does when the game is on his shoulders...

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