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Postby BossHog » Mon Dec 01, 2003 5:53 pm

Er, I'm not posting this for any particular reason, but here is a list of the available CBs in the 2004 free agent market:

Bailey, Champ Washington Redskins UFA
Barrett, David Arizona Cardinals UFA
Bartee, William Kansas City Chiefs UFA
Bell, Jason Houston Texans RFA
Bolden, Juran Atlanta Falcons UFA
Brown, Fakhir New Orleans Saints UFA
Brown, Ralph New York Giants UFA
Bryant, Fernando Jacksonville Jaguars UFA
Buckley, Terrell Miami Dolphins UFA
Butler, Jerametrius St. Louis Rams RFA
Crosby, Cliff Indianapolis Colts UFA
Edwards, Mario Dallas Cowboys UFA
Harper, Nick Indianapolis Colts RFA
Hawthorne, Michael Green Bay Packers UFA
Henderson, Jamie New York Jets RFA
Hill, Renaldo Arizona Cardinals RFA
Holman, Rashad San Francisco 49ers RFA
Howard, Reggie Carolina Panthers UFA
Iwuoma, Chidi Pittsburgh Steelers RFA
Johnson, Darrius Kansas City Chiefs UFA
Jue, Bhawoh Green Bay Packers RFA
Kelly, Eric Minnesota Vikings RFA
Knight, Tommy Baltimore Ravens UFA
Love, Clarence Oakland Raiders UFA
Macklin, David Indianapolis Colts UFA
McAlister, Chris Baltimore Ravens UFA
McDaniel, Emmanuel Arizona Cardinals UFA
McMillon, Todd Chicago Bears UFA
Peterson, Will New York Giants RFA
Plummer, Ahmed San Francisco 49ers UFA
Sanders, Lewis Cleveland Browns UFA
Serwanga, Kato New York Giants UFA
Shaw, Terrance Oakland Raiders UFA
Sidney, Dainon Buffalo Bills UFA
Simmons, Jason Houston Texans UFA
Smith, Otis Detroit Lions UFA
Spencer, Jimmy Denver Broncos UFA
Springs, Shawn Seattle Seahawks UFA
Taylor, Bobby Philadelphia Eagles UFA
Thomas, Fred New Orleans Saints UFA
Thomas, Kiwaukee Jacksonville Jaguars UFA
Trapp, James Jacksonville Jaguars UFA
Vaughn, Darrick Houston Texans RFA
Vincent, Troy Philadelphia Eagles UFA
Walls, Raymond Baltimore Ravens RFA
Weary, Fred St. Louis Rams UFA
Webster, Jason San Francisco 49ers UFA
Williams, Jimmy San Francisco 49ers RFA
Williams, Willie Seattle Seahawks UFA
Winfield, Antoine Buffalo Bills UFA
Woodson, Charles Oakland Raiders UFA
Wyrick, Jimmy Detroit Lions UFA
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Postby redskincity » Mon Dec 01, 2003 6:01 pm

Woodson?? :shock:
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Postby tx_skins_fan » Tue Dec 23, 2003 10:07 am

No way. Woodson is trouble. Buckley, McAlister, Taylor, and Vincent are the best of this list.

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Postby DEHog » Tue Dec 23, 2003 10:32 am

Vincent and Taylor or on the decline. There are a number of good athletes on the list, it all come down to what schemes your playing. A guy that may be a sleeper is Shawn Springs he has ties to this area. The biggest overiding factor is going to be money...I see no upgraded compared with Champ on this list, however if you factor in the money (which you have to) there are quite a few good ones
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Postby General Failure » Tue Dec 23, 2003 6:13 pm

DEHog wrote:Vincent and Taylor or on the decline.

Isn't that what Snyder looks for in free agents? :D

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Postby hailskins666 » Tue Dec 23, 2003 6:57 pm

Isn't that what Snyder looks for in free agents?

even though i get the humor and even broke a good chuckle, you gotta give snyder credit for the pickups this past offseason. the only two even close to a bust were noble and fiore, but only because they ended up on IR. now if snyder could just learn to use our draft picks a little more wisely.....
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Postby Texas Hog » Wed Dec 24, 2003 11:02 am

Amen, hailskins
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Postby General Failure » Wed Dec 24, 2003 1:07 pm

He did do a good job this past offseason, but he's still throwing money at people like it's dot com stocks.

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