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    Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Adam Caplan (NFL writer and editor at foootballinjuries.com) is reporting that a team source in Indy claims that Rams running back Stephen Davis is not likely to resign with the team prior to the start of free agency. Something to keep an eye on...


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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    i believe that was expected though... im sure stephen just wants to know his worth on the market out there...

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    in a post earlyer today , linehan was quoted as saying that davis's knee's couldn't hold up any longer , and couldn't even do training camp, but would try him back at a lesser role, he had 40 carries and 177 yards, i'm not sure what that means , anything lesser and he's the mascot. i hope his knee's could take the season, he is a quality player and person, but i don't think he is here at the start of the season, and that is too bad.

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Maybe we'll look at a running back in the draft now, such as Lorenzo Booker? or someone of that sort to help out Jackson and be a change of pace back.
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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Any word on Tony Fisher?

    We still have KJ Harris and JD Washington.
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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    They need to bring in a free agent or draft pick because great running backs have run out of gas without a compliment back to go with them.

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Here's the FA RB list;


    Player Type 2006Team
    Betts, Ladell UFA Redskins
    Brown, Chris UFA Titans
    Brown, Dee UFA Chiefs
    Buckhalter, Correll UFA Eagles
    Cason, Aveion UFA Lions
    Davenport, Najeh UFA Steelers
    Davis, Stephen UFA Rams
    Dayne, Ron UFA Texans
    Echemandu, Adimchinobe RFA Raiders
    Eckel, Kyle ERFA Dolphins
    Fisher, Tony UFA Rams
    Gado, Samkon ERFA Texans
    Green, Ahman UFA Packers
    Green, DeJuan ERFA Raiders
    Harris, Arlen UFA Lions
    Harris, Kay-Jay ERFA Rams
    Herron, Noah ERFA Packers
    Hicks, Maurice RFA *****
    Lee, ReShard RFA Raiders
    Mahe, Reno UFA Eagles
    McIntyre, Corey ERFA Saints
    Minor, Travis UFA Dolphins
    Morris, Sammy UFA Dolphins
    Mungro, James UFA Colts
    Pinner, Artose RFA Vikings
    Rhodes, Dominic UFA Colts
    Robinson, Roger ERFA Cardinals
    Ross, Cory ERFA Ravens
    Scobey, Josh UFA Seahawks
    Shipp, Marcel UFA Cardinals
    Smith, Musa UFA Ravens
    Thomas, Anthony UFA Bills
    Toefield , LaBrandon UFA Jaguars
    Turner, Michael RFA Chargers
    Wallace, Butchie ERFA Falcons
    Ward, Derrick RFA Giants
    Watson, Kenny UFA Bengals
    Whitehead, Terrence ERFA Bengals
    Williams, Shaud RFA Bills


    With Davis and Green question marks, we would still need a vet RB even if we do draft a RB.
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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    turner the burners at the top of my list. he would give us that one-two punch with jacksons brutal power and turners blazing speed. it would be a tandem a la saints.

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Quote Originally Posted by smizzhfx View Post
    turner the burners at the top of my list. he would give us that one-two punch with jacksons brutal power and turners blazing speed. it would be a tandem a la saints.
    Not a bad choice, he is also a returner.

    Kick Returns
    Year Team G No Yds Avg Lg TD 40+
    2004 San Diego Chargers 14 1 18 18.0 18 0 0
    2005 San Diego Chargers 16 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
    2006 San Diego Chargers 13 36 954 26.5 58 0 6
    TOTAL 43 38 972 25.6 58 0 6
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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    He's a restricted free agent that's likely going to get a high tender offer. Meaning you're going to have to trade a first day pick, probably no later than the second round, to get him. Thanks but no thanks.

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Patriots released Corey Dillon.

    The veteran joins a crowded free agent market at running back. The 10-year veteran could be a fine short-yarage back for a team like the Jets or Ravens, but he may see himself as a starter. Dillon leaves New England with the franchise record for yards in a season with 1,635 in 2004. Mar. 2 - 3:12 pm et
    Thoughts, probably a long shot.
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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMMAN68 View Post
    Thoughts, probably a long shot.
    We kind of touched on the Dillon idea a while back...

    Corey Dillon?

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    toefield or even james mungro, could be a real good fit, and the costs i think would be very minimal, and both have a good game. mungro backed up james in indy, and did a great job.

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    IMO Sammy Morris will get a look especially with the fact that Linehan likes guys that he knows..:l

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    Re: Stephen Davis likely to hit the market?

    Josh Scobey is a very good kick returner, we could go after him...

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