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    2013 Offseason Discussion

    What personnel changes should the Colts make to improve this team? Use this thread to discuss rumors, ideas, news, etc..

    This team will have approx 45 million dollars to fix a few issues:

    1. Team needs 2-3 Offensive Linemen. At least 1 starting caliber tackle and a starting guard.

    2. We need CB depth... preferably a starter. Butler and Cassius were abused today, they fine for depth, but shouldn't be starting.

    3. We need a WR. Avery is a FA and he drops too many passes. With Hilton and Avery it seems way to monotonous. Hilton is obviously the future, so get rid of Avery and bring in a #2 WR.

    4. Pass rush. With Freeney being a FA, we need to sign someone that can pressure the QB and also who won't whiff on every tackle.

    5. Safety. Zibs was kinda disappointing this year. Need someone to at least challenge him for starting.

    6. Obviously need to address the coaching situation especially if B.A. leaves.

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    So Anna, what do you think about the notion that Russell Wilson is better than Andrew Luck?

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    Hoping this board stays active in what should be an exciting off-season in Indy!!! As you mentioned with Hilton and Avery being similar I wouldn't mind letting Avery walk and signing Dwayne Bowe who can be a large-bodied receiver for us. Offensive line is most important to me tho, seeing Andrew Luck getting pressured time after time and wearing huge hits is hard to watch. I can't even imagine what #12 will be able to do once he gets an above average O-line and has time to throw. It's going to be a pretty, pretty sight.

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    Kravitz:

    It's pretty obvious what the Colts need. The first order of business must be upgrading of the offensive line. They need to find a replacement for Dwight Freeney (and his name isn't Jerry Hughes). They need another cornerback if they choose not to re-sign Jerraud Powers. They need another wide receiver to upgrade over Donnie Avery, who was quiet the second half of the year.

    Mostly, they just need time.
    http://www.indystar.com/article/2013...lly-just-start
    So Anna, what do you think about the notion that Russell Wilson is better than Andrew Luck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants5518 View Post
    What personnel changes should the Colts make to improve this team? Use this thread to discuss rumors, ideas, news, etc..

    This team will have approx 45 million dollars to fix a few issues:

    1. Team needs 2-3 Offensive Linemen. At least 1 starting caliber tackle and a starting guard.

    Agreed, I hope they make a splash for Long or Levitre(sp?) and then another starter . I also wouldn't mind seeing a veteran brought in cheap to challenge at the RG spot or at least be solid depth.

    2. We need CB depth... preferably a starter. Butler and Cassius were abused today, they fine for depth, but shouldn't be starting.

    Yep, Williams played for Pagano and is a FA? I know I am dreaming but what if the Eagles cut Asomugha which has been speculated? I know it is far fetched but one can dream right?

    3. We need a WR. Avery is a FA and he drops too many passes. With Hilton and Avery it seems way to monotonous. Hilton is obviously the future, so get rid of Avery and bring in a #2 WR.

    At the beginning of the season I read where it was said that Lavonne Brazil was the fastest WR on the team. I have to believe he could drop just as many passes as Avery has? Though, I would like to see a true #2 opposite Reggie allowing TY to be even more of a threat in the slot. Bowe would be nice!

    4. Pass rush. With Freeney being a FA, we need to sign someone that can pressure the QB and also who won't whiff on every tackle.

    Freeney is as good as gone and I would like to see them go after a vet for his spot and draft a player to mold into the position.

    5. Safety. Zibs was kinda disappointing this year. Need someone to at least challenge him for starting.

    SS Safety is a definite need and hopefully will be addressed via FA or the draft which is supposedly deep in Safety prospects?

    6. Obviously need to address the coaching situation especially if B.A. leaves.

    Call Tom Moore before any decisions are made on a new Offensive Coordinator if/when BA leaves for a HC position elsewhere.
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    Chapp:

    Protecting the franchise QB. Or the inability to do so. Rookie Andrew Luck's first playoff experience was color-coordinated in black and blue. He passed for 288 yards, the second-most by a rookie in NFL postseason history, but was sacked three times and hit another 10 times.

    It seemed like more. Luck and Ravens' outside linebacker Paul Kruger had to be on a first-name basis by game's end.

    "I have to watch the film," offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo said, "but speaking for myself, I know I could have done a better job."

    >> Defending the pass. It's clear cornerback Vontae Davis is worth the second-round draft pick Grigson sent to Miami. It's also clear the position needs tons of reinforcements. Joe Flacco averaged 23.5 yards per completion, for cryin' out loud. He picked on Cassius Vaughn early, often and mercilessly.

    Anquan Boldin had 145 yards on just five catches. All in the second half. Three catches came at Vaughn's expense. When the coaching staff decided in the fourth quarter it had seen enough, it replaced him with Darius Butler. It made no difference. Flacco gave the Ravens serious separation at 24-9 with 9:14 to play in the fourth quarter with an 18-yard touchdown to Boldin that Butler was helpless to defend.

    >> Dealing with the run. The No. 29-ranked run defense yielded 172 yards and 5.4 yards per Flacco handoff. And it wasn't Ray Rice doing the heavy damage. He lost a pair of fumbles. The primary gasher was rookie Bernard Pierce (103 yards on just 13 carries).

    As owner Jim Irsay said outside the Colts' locker room, 2012 was something special.

    "What a ride it's been," he said. "One of the most special years not only in Colts history, but in the history of the NFL, 90-plus years.

    "We wanted to continue. Obviously we didn't get it done today. But I know the guys fought with everything they had. To say the future is bright is an understatement. We have work to do. I couldn't be more excited."

    The challenge moving forward is trying to measure up to what the '12 Colts achieved.

    "All of a sudden we're playing against an 11-5 watermark," Irsay said.

    The Colts should be a stronger, deeper team in '13, but might have trouble matching the 11 wins.

    Trust me, it won't happen if Grigson doesn't roll up his sleeves and upgrade Luck's protection, the cornerback position and the run defense. Not. A. Chance.

    And Grigson will have the resources. The Colts are projected to have roughly $47.5 million in salary cap space next year after playing on an uneven playing field in '12. Grigson had to eat nearly $38.4 million in dead money against the $121 million salary cap due to contracts given out by the previous regime and to players Grigson deemed no longer worth the investment.

    "We feel like we've laid the groundwork, the foundation for a bright future," Pagano said.

    The issue is personnel. An offensive tackle. A cornerback or two, especially if Grigson decides not to re-sign Jerraud Powers. A defensive lineman, a pass-rushing outside linebacker considering Dwight Freeney's contract is up. Wouldn't Kruger -- No. 99 will be a free agent -- look cool with a horseshoe on his helmet next season?
    http://www.indystar.com/article/2013...busy-offseason
    So Anna, what do you think about the notion that Russell Wilson is better than Andrew Luck?

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    There is no doubt the o-line is the clear top priority this offseason. I do not feel comfortable with Satele entering '13 as a starter. I would rather have a rookie or A.Q. I would consider the best player for this team to sign is Levitre, not Jake Long. Levitre will probably be looking for a deal similar to Carl Nicks deal with the Bucs last year at 5yr 47.5 mil. Long will be seeking at least 10mil/yr and he is coming off a few down years. I would like any 2 of: Albert, Smith, and Vollmer, and Phil Loadholt. Hell i wouldnt be too disappointed if Grigson spent the entire cap space on line and nothing else!! And yea Kruger seems pretty f*ing legit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ponderingpluto View Post
    There is no doubt the o-line is the clear top priority this offseason. I do not feel comfortable with Satele entering '13 as a starter. I would rather have a rookie or A.Q. I would consider the best player for this team to sign is Levitre, not Jake Long. Levitre will probably be looking for a deal similar to Carl Nicks deal with the Bucs last year at 5yr 47.5 mil. Long will be seeking at least 10mil/yr and he is coming off a few down years. I would like any 2 of: Albert, Smith, and Vollmer, and Phil Loadholt. Hell i wouldnt be too disappointed if Grigson spent the entire cap space on line and nothing else!! And yea Kruger seems pretty f*ing legit!
    +1 lol.

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    this game showed us where this team really is,I agree They will improve w/ time. I do think bowe could help this team, a lot of the better teams have a big receiver. Like others have pointed out the O-line is at the top of the list. Our secondary gave up way too many big play while the ravens secondary was watching the ball, and Luck, on the ground all day. I'd hate to see B.A. go after 1 season he was really good standing in for chuck. I also agree about letting Avery go he can't hold the ball.

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    I wish V Jackson was a FA this year instead of last. He would have been ideal and he could have taken over for Reggie as #1 WR.. but Vjax got paid to play for Tampa.

    Anyway, I'm bout to post the complete FA list, but I won't post the QB/TE list since it's obviously pointless. All the info is from nfltraderumors:

    Running Backs:

    William Powell – ARI – (Ex)
    Alfonso Smith – ARI – (Ex)
    Javarris James – ARI – (RFA)
    La’Rod Stephens-Howling – ARI
    Antone Smith – ATL – (RFA)
    Mike Cox – ATL
    Anthony Allen – BAL – (Ex)
    Damien Berry – BAL – (Ex)
    Bobby Rainey – BAL – (Ex)
    Tashard Choice – BUF
    Armando Allen – CHI – (Ex)
    Kahlil Bell – CHI
    Cedric Peerman – CIN – (RFA)
    Brian Leonard – CIN
    Bernard Scott – CIN
    Chris Ogbonnaya – CLE – (RFA)
    Eddie Williams – CLE – (RFA)
    Brandon Jackson – CLE
    Felix Jones – DAL
    Lance Ball – DEN – (RFA)
    Chris Gronkowski – DEN – (RFA)
    Joique Bell – DET – (RFA)
    Jerome Harrison – DET
    Stefan Logan – DET
    Kevin Smith – DET
    Ryan Grant – GB
    Cedric Benson – GB
    James Casey – HOU
    Justin Forsett – HOU
    Will Ta’ufo’ou – JAC – (Ex)
    Brock Bolen – JAC – (RFA)
    Rashad Jennings – JAC
    Jalen Parmele – JAC
    Peyton Hillis – KC
    Reggie Bush – MIA
    Danny Woodhead – NE
    Chris Ivory – NO – (RFA)
    Andre Brown – NYG – (Ex)
    Shonn Greene – NYJ
    Lex Hilliard – NYJ
    Jeremy Stewart – OAK – (Ex)
    Mike Goodson – OAK
    Owen Schmitt – OAK
    Jonathan Dwyer – PIT – (RFA)
    Isaac Redman – PIT – (RFA)
    Rashard Mendenhall – PIT
    Curtis Brinkley – SD – (RFA)
    Jackie Battle – SD
    Ronnie Brown – SD
    Brandon Jacobs – SF
    Steven Jackson – STL
    LeGarrette Blount – TB – (RFA)
    Darius Reynaud – TEN
    Javon Ringer – TEN
    Darrel Young – WAS – (RFA)
    Cadillac Williams – FA
    Johnny White – FA
    Steve Slaton – FA
    Thomas Jones – FA
    Joseph Addai – FA
    Ryan Torrain – FA
    Jerome Harrison – FA

    Fullbacks:
    Corey McIntyre – BUF
    Greg Jones – JAC
    Jerome Felton – MIN
    Brit Miller – STL
    Quinn Johnson – TEN
    Owen Schmitt – FA
    Ovie Mughelli – FA
    Earnest Graham – FA
    Moran Norris – FA
    Lousaka Polite -FA

    Wide Receivers:

    Donald Jones – BUF – (RFA)
    David Nelson – BUF – (RFA)
    Ruvell Martin – BUF
    Louis Murphy – CAR
    Johnny Knox – CHI
    Andrew Hawkins – CIN – (Ex)
    Brandon Tate – CIN
    Jordan Norwood – CLE – (RFA)
    Josh Cribbs – CLE
    Mohamed Massaquoi – CLE
    Kevin Ogletree – DAL
    Brandon Stokley – DEN
    Kassim Osgood – DET
    Donald Driver – GB
    Greg Jennings – GB
    Donnie Avery – IND
    Austin Collie – IND
    Micheal Spurlock – JAC
    Dwayne Bowe – KC
    Marlon Moore – MIA – (RFA)
    Jabar Gaffney – MIA
    Brian Hartline – MIA
    Devin Aromashodu – MIN
    Jerome Simpson – MIN
    Deion Branch – NE
    Julian Edelman – NE
    Wes Welker – NE
    Donte’ Stallworth – NE
    Greg Camarillo – NO
    Devery Henderson – NO
    Courtney Roby – NO
    Victor Cruz – NYG – (RFA)
    Ramses Barden – NYG
    Domenik Hixon – NYG
    Jason Hill – NYJ
    Chaz Schilens – NYJ
    Duke Calhoun – OAK – (Ex)
    Derek Hagan – OAK
    Emmanuel Sanders – PIT – (RFA)
    Mike Wallace – PIT
    Plaxico Burress – PIT
    Seyi Ajirotutu – SD – (RFA)
    Danario Alexander – SD – (RFA)
    Richard Goodman – SD – (RFA)
    Braylon Edwards – SEA
    Ted Ginn – SF
    Randy Moss – SF
    Danny Amendola – STL
    Brandon Gibson – STL
    Steve Smith – STL
    Roscoe Parrish – TB
    Sammie Stroughter – TB
    Brandon Banks – WAS – (RFA)
    Terrell Owens – FA
    Chad Johnson – FA
    Mark Clayton – FA
    Adrian Arrington – FA
    Mike Williams – FA
    Lee Evans – FA
    Mike Sims-Walker – FA
    Legedu Naanee – FA


    Offensive Tackles:

    D’Anthony Batiste – ARI
    Pat McQuistan – ARI
    Sam Baker – ATL
    Will Svitek – ATL
    Ramon Harewood – BAL – (RFA)
    Bryant McKinnie – BAL
    Colin Brown – BUF – (RFA)
    Jeremy Bridges – CAR
    Patrick Mannelly – CHI
    Jonathan Scott – CHI
    Dennis Roland – CIN
    Andre Smith – CIN
    Chris Clark – DEN – (RFA)
    Ryan Clady – DEN
    Jason Fox – DET – (RFA)
    Gosder Cherilus – DET
    Corey Hilliard – DET
    Andrew Gardner – HOU – (RFA)
    Rashad Butler – HOU
    Ryan Harris – HOU
    Jeff Linkenbach – IND – (RFA)
    Winston Justice – IND
    Eben Britton – JAC
    Branden Albert – KC
    Jake Long – MIA
    Phil Loadholt – MIN
    Geoff Schwartz – MIN
    Sebastian Vollmer – NE
    Jermon Bushrod – NO
    Will Beatty – NYG
    Sean Locklear – NYG
    Austin Howard – NYJ – (RFA)
    Jason Smith – NYJ
    Zach Hurd – OAK – (Ex)
    Khalif Barnes – OAK
    King Dunlap – PHI
    Max Starks – PIT
    Frank Omiyale – SEA
    Barry Richardson – STL
    Robert Turner – STL
    Jeremy Trueblood – TB
    Jordan Black – WAS
    Tyler Polumbus – WAS
    Chad Clifton – FA
    Tony Pashos – FA
    Jeff Otah – FA
    Brandon Keith – FA
    Mario Henderson – FA
    Lydon Murtha – FA



    Guards:

    Rich Ohrnberger – ARI
    Garrett Reynolds – ATL
    Chad Rinehart – BUF – (RFA)
    Andy Levitre – BUF
    Mike Pollak – CAR
    Lance Louis – CHI
    Chilo Rachal – CHI
    Derrick Dockery – DAL
    Evan Dietrich-Smith – GB
    Antoine Caldwell – HOU
    Seth Olsen – IND – (RFA)
    Joe Reitz – IND – (RFA)
    Tony Hills – IND
    Steve Vallos – JAC
    Bryan Mattison – KC – (RFA)
    Russ Hochstein – KC
    Nate Garner – MIA
    Jamey Richard – NE
    Donald Thomas – NE
    Brian Waters – NE
    Kevin Boothe – NYG
    Brandon Moore – NYJ
    Matt Slauson – NYJ
    Alex Parsons – OAK – (Ex)
    Cooper Carlisle – OAK
    Jake Scott – PHI
    Ramon Foster – PIT
    Doug Legursky – PIT
    Tyronne Green – SD
    Rex Hadnot – SD
    Louis Vasquez – SD
    Leonard Davis – SF
    Chris Williams – STL
    Kevin Matthews – TEN – (RFA)
    Kyle DeVan – TEN
    Leroy Harris – TEN
    Deuce Lutui – TEN
    Kory Lichtensteiger – WAS
    Vince Manuwai – FA
    Rob Turner – FA



    Centers:

    Todd McClure – ATL
    Morgan Cox – BAL – (RFA)
    Chris Spencer – CHI
    Jeff Faine – CIN
    Phil Costa – DAL – (RFA)
    Dan Koppen – DEN
    Dylan Gandy – DET
    Don Muhlbach – DET
    John Estes – JAC – (RFA)
    Brad Meester – JAC
    Thomas Gafford – KC
    Joe Berger – MIN
    Eric Olsen – NO – E
    Brian De La Puente – NO – (RFA)
    Justin Drescher – NO – (RFA)
    Jim Cordle – NYG – E
    Tanner Purdum – NYJ – (RFA)
    Jon Dorenbos – PHI
    Greg Warren – PIT
    Mike Windt – SD – (RFA)
    Clint Gresham – SEA – (RFA)
    Tim Barnes – STL – E
    Andrew Economos – TB
    Fernando Velasco – TEN
    Nick Sundberg – WAS – (RFA)
    Andre Gurode – FA
    Jason Brown – FA
    Jamaal Jackson – FA



    Defensive Lineman:

    Ronald Talley – ARI – (Ex)
    Lawrence Sidbury – ATL
    Arthur Jones – BAL – (RFA)
    Ryan McBean – BAL
    Shawne Merriman – BUF
    Kyle Moore – BUF
    Antwan Applewhite – CAR
    Cheta Ozougwu – CHI – (Ex)
    Israel Idonije – CHI
    Robert Geathers – CIN
    Wallace Gilberry – CIN
    Michael Johnson – CIN
    Auston English – CLE – (Ex)
    Emmanuel Stephens – CLE – (Ex)
    Juqua Parker – CLE
    Kenyon Coleman – DAL
    L.P. Ladouceur – DAL
    Mitch Unrein – DEN – (Ex)
    Jason Hunter – DEN
    Willie Young – DET – (RFA)
    Cliff Avril – DET
    Lawrence Jackson – DET
    Dwight Freeney – IND
    John Chick – JAC – (Ex)
    George Selvie – JAC – (RFA)
    Ropati Pitoitua – KC – (RFA)
    Trevor Scott – NE
    Turk McBride – NO
    Justin Trattou – NYG – (Ex)
    Osi Umenyiora – NYG
    Mike DeVito – NYJ
    Andre Carter – OAK
    Matt Shaughnessy – OAK
    Darryl Tapp – PHI
    Vaughn Martin – SD
    William Hayes – STL
    Corvey Irvin – TB – (RFA)
    Daniel Te’o-Nesheim – TB – (RFA)
    Michael Bennett – TB
    Dave Ball – TEN
    Keyunta Dawson – TEN
    Jarius Wynn – TEN
    Chris Baker – WAS – (RFA)
    Kentwan Balmer – WAS
    Phillip Merling – FA
    Antwan Odom – FA
    Matt Roth – FA
    Jonathan Fanene – FA
    Ray Edwards – FA


    Defensive Tackles:

    Nick Eason – ARI
    Vonnie Holliday – ARI
    Vance Walker – ATL
    Bryan Hall – BAL – (Ex)
    Maake Kemoeatu – BAL
    Spencer Johnson – BUF
    Andre Neblett – CAR – (RFA)
    Dwan Edwards – CAR
    Nate Collins – CHI – (RFA)
    Henry Melton – CHI
    Amobi Okoye – CHI
    Pat Sims – CIN
    Justin Bannan – DEN
    Kevin Vickerson – DEN
    Ty Warren – DEN
    Sammie Lee Hill – DET
    Corey Williams – DET
    Shaun Cody – HOU
    Martin Tevaseu – IND – (Ex)
    Antonio Johnson – IND
    Fili Moala – IND
    Terrance Knighton – JAC
    Glenn Dorsey – KC
    Shaun Smith – KC
    Tony McDaniel – MIA
    Randy Starks – MIA
    Ron Brace – NE
    Junior Galette – NO – (RFA)
    Sedrick Ellis – NO
    Rocky Bernard – NYG
    Shaun Rogers – NYG
    Desmond Bryant – OAK
    Derek Landri – PHI
    Steve McLendon – PIT – (RFA)
    Casey Hampton – PIT
    Aubrayo Franklin – SD
    Clinton McDonald – SEA – (RFA)
    Alan Branch – SEA
    Jason Jones – SEA
    Ricky Jean-Francois – SF
    Isaac Sopoaga – SF
    Jermelle Cudjo – STL – (Ex)
    Trevor Laws – STL
    Corvey Irvin – TB – (RFA)
    Roy Miller – TB
    Leger Douzable – TEN
    SenDerrick Marks – TEN
    Kedric Golston – WAS
    Albert Haynesworth – FA

    Linebackers:

    Brandon Williams – ARI – (Ex)
    Quentin Groves – ARI
    Paris Lenon – ARI
    Jamaal Westerman – ARI
    Mike Peterson – ATL
    Josh Bynes – BAL – (Ex)
    Albert McClellan – BAL – (Ex)
    Ricky Brown – BAL
    Dannell Ellerbe – BAL
    Paul Kruger – BAL
    Bryan Scott – BUF
    Jason Phillips – CAR – (RFA)
    Jordan Senn – CAR
    Geno Hayes – CHI
    Nick Roach – CHI
    Brian Urlacher – CHI
    Vincent Rey – CIN – (RFA)
    Thomas Howard – CIN
    Manny Lawson – CIN
    Rey Maualuga – CIN
    Dan Skuta – CIN
    Christian Yount – CLE – (RFA)
    Scott Fujita – CLE
    Kaluka Maiava – CLE
    Orie Lemon – DAL – (Ex)
    Victor Butler – DAL
    Ernie Sims – DAL
    Anthony Spencer – DAL
    Keith Brooking – DEN
    Justin Durant – DET
    DeAndre Levy – DET
    Ashlee Palmer – DET
    Rob Francois – GB – (RFA)
    Frank Zombo – GB – (RFA)
    Brad Jones – GB
    Erik Walden – GB
    Connor Barwin – HOU
    Tim Dobbins – HOU
    Keyaron Fox – HOU
    Bradie James – HOU
    Jesse Nading – HOU
    Barrett Ruud – HOU
    A.J. Edds – IND – (Ex)
    Moise Fokou – IND
    Kyle Bosworth – JAC – (RFA)
    Daryl Smith – JAC
    Edgar Jones – KC
    Bryan Kehl – KC
    Brandon Siler – KC
    Austin Spitler – MIA – (RFA)
    Jason Trusnik – MIA
    Jasper Brinkley – MIN
    Erin Henderson – MIN
    Marvin Mitchell – MIN
    Dane Fletcher – NE – (RFA)
    Niko Koutouvides – NE
    Tracy White – NE
    Jonathan Casillas – NO
    Ramon Humber – NO
    Scott Shanle – NO
    Chase Blackburn – NYG
    Adrian Tracy – NYG – (Ex)
    Keith Rivers – NYG
    Josh Mauga – NYJ – (RFA)
    Bryan Thomas – NYJ
    Omar Gaither – OAK
    Philip Wheeler – OAK
    Akeem Jordan – PHI
    Stevenson Sylvester – PIT – (RFA)
    Larry Foote – PIT
    Brandon Johnson – PIT
    Antwan Barnes – SD
    Shaun Phillips – SD
    Leroy Hill – SEA
    Tavares Gooden – SF
    Larry Grant – SF
    Clark Haggans – SF
    Justin Cole – STL – (RFA)
    Mario Haggan – STL
    Rocky McIntosh – STL
    Jacob Cutrera – TB – (RFA)
    Xavier Adibi – TEN
    Zac Diles – TEN
    Gerald McRath – TEN
    Will Witherspoon – TEN
    Lorenzo Alexander – WAS
    Rob Jackson – WAS
    Chris Wilson – WAS
    Aaron Maybin – FA
    Clint Session – FA



    Cornerbacks:

    Michael Adams – ARI
    Rashad Johnson – ARI
    Greg Toler – ARI
    Robert McClain – ATL – (RFA)
    Brent Grimes – ATL
    Chris Owens – ATL
    Chris Johnson – BAL
    Cary Williams – BAL
    Leodis McKelvin – BUF
    Nate Ness – CAR – (RFA)
    Captain Munnerlyn – CAR
    Zackary Bowman – CHI
    Kelvin Hayden – CHI
    D.J. Moore – CHI
    Pacman Jones – CIN
    Terence Newman – CIN
    Dimitri Patterson – CLE
    Sheldon Brown – CLE
    Vince Agnew – DAL – E
    Mike Jenkins – DAL
    Tony Carter – DEN
    Tracy Porter – DEN
    Don Carey – DET – (RFA)
    Drayton Florence – DET
    Chris Houston – DET
    Jacob Lacey – DET
    Pat Lee – DET
    Sam Shields – GB – (RFA)
    Alan Ball – HOU
    Quintin Demps – HOU
    Brice McCain – HOU
    Josh Gordy – IND – (RFA)
    Cassius Vaughn – IND – (RFA)
    Darius Butler – IND
    Jerraud Powers – IND
    Derek Cox – JAC
    Rashean Mathis – JAC
    William Middleton – JAC
    Travis Daniels – KC
    Bryan McCann – MIA – (RFA)
    R.J. Stanford – MIA – (RFA)
    Sean Smith – MIA
    Marcus Sherels – MIN – E
    A.J. Jefferson – MIN – (RFA)
    Malcolm Williams – NE – E
    Will Allen – NE
    Kyle Arrington – NE
    Marquice Cole – NE
    Derrick Martin – NE
    Aqib Talib – NE
    Elbert Mack – NO
    Michael Coe – NYG
    Justin Tryon – NYG
    Brian Witherspoon – NYG
    Isaiah Trufant – NYJ – (Ex)
    Brandian Ross – OAK – (Ex)
    Phillip Adams – OAK – (RFA)
    Coye Francies – OAK – (RFA)
    Ronald Bartell – OAK
    Joselio Hanson – OAK
    Shawntae Spencer – OAK
    Ronald Bartell – OAK
    Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie – PHI
    Demarcus Van **** – PIT – (Ex)
    Will Allen – PIT
    Keenan Lewis – PIT
    Chris Carr – SD
    Antoine Cason – SD
    Quentin Jammer – SD
    Marcus Trufant – SEA
    Tramaine Brock – SF – (RFA)
    Dashon Goldson – SF
    Bradley Fletcher – STL
    E.J. Biggers – TB
    Ryan Mouton – TEN
    Cedric Griffin – WAS

    Safeties:

    James Sanders – ARI
    Chris Hope – ATL
    William Moore – ATL
    Emanuel Cook – BAL – (RFA)
    Sean Considine – BAL
    James Ihedigbo – BAL
    Ed Reed – BAL
    Jairus Byrd – BUF
    Sherrod Martin – CAR
    Jeromy Miles – CIN – (RFA)
    Nate Clements – CIN
    Chris Crocker – CIN
    Raymond Ventrone – CLE
    Danny McCray – DAL – (RFA)
    Eric Frampton – DAL
    Charlie Peprah – DAL
    David Bruton – DEN
    Jim Leonhard – DEN
    Ricardo Silva – DET – (RFA)
    Amari Spievey – DET – (RFA)
    Erik Coleman – DET
    Louis Delmas – DET
    Quintin Demps – HOU
    Glover Quin – HOU
    Chris Harris – JAC
    Kyle McCarthy – KC – (RFA)
    Abram Elam – KC
    Jonathon Amaya – MIA – (RFA)
    Chris Clemons – MIA
    Andrew Sendejo – MIN – (RFA)
    Jamarca Sanford – MIN
    Josh Barrett – NE
    Pat Chung – NE
    Derrick Martin – NE
    Rafael Bush – NO – (Ex)
    Stevie Brown – NYG – (RFA)
    Kenny Phillips – NYG
    Yeremiah Bell – NYJ
    LaRon Landry – NYJ
    Matt Giordano – OAK
    Michael Mitchell – OAK
    Colt Anderson – PHI – (RFA)
    Ryan Mundy – PIT
    Corey Lynch – SD
    Chris Maragos – SEA – (RFA)
    Dashon Goldson – SF
    Darcel McBath – SF
    Darian Stewart – STL – (RFA)
    Craig Dahl – STL
    Ronde Barber – TB
    Tanard Jackson – WAS
    Madieu Williams – WAS

    Kickers:

    Olindo Mare – CHI
    Mike Nugent – CIN
    Josh Brown – CIN
    Phil Dawson – CLE
    Jason Hanson – DET
    Shayne Graham – HOU
    Nate Kaeding – MIA
    Lawrence Tynes – NYG
    Nick Folk – NYJ
    Nick Novak – SD
    Steven Hauschka – SEA
    Billy Cundiff – SF
    Rob Bironas – TEN
    Ryan Longwell – FA
    Neil Rackers – FA

    Punters:

    Kevin Huber – CIN
    Reggie Hodges – CLE
    Brian Moorman – DAL
    Britton Colquitt – DEN – (RFA)
    Nick Harris – DET
    Donnie Jones – HOU
    Pat McAfee – IND
    Dustin Colquitt – KC
    Shane Lechler – OAK
    Jeremy Kapinos – PIT
    Saverio Rocca – WAS
    Ben Graham – FA
    T.J. Conley – FA
    Jeremy Kapinos – FA
    Jason Baker – FA
    Chas Henry – FA
    Daniel Sepulveda – FA
    http://nfltraderumors.co/2013-nfl-free-agents/
    So Anna, what do you think about the notion that Russell Wilson is better than Andrew Luck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants5518 View Post
    Frankly, picking on Butler and Vaughn for their play against Boldan is pretty petty.

    The coverage on him wasn't that bad, he made several outstanding catches, and he's a very good receiver.

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    Danny Woodhead – NE
    Greg Jennings – GB
    LaRon Landry – NYJ
    Rashean Mathis – JAC

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    My FA wish list right now...pretty much in this order.

    Levitre - G

    One of the many talented tackles - Clady or Long (who probably wont leave) Vollmer, Alberts, or Andre Smith

    Kenny Phillips/Patrick Chung - SS

    Spencer - OLB

    Brent Grimes/Mike Jenkins/Rashean Mathis - CB

    Felix Jones/Javon Ringer - speed RB

    Jennings/Amendolia/Bowe/Wallace - WR

    Glenn Dorsey - 3-4 DE
    Last edited by matthollabak; 01-07-2013 at 09:37 AM.

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    Any chance the Colts take a look at Jairus Byrd? He was solid for Buffalo this year.

    Edit: NVm he's a FS

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    I would really like it if T.Y. was moved to the outside and a guy like Welker came to play the slot for us. That small adjustment would make the passing attack explosive.

    There are a bunch of good options at Tackle and Guard, i dont think well have a problem bringing some help in there.

    There is also a lot of good CB depth. I hope we re sign butler to play nickel, pick up one solid starter in FA and draft one more in rounds 3 or 4 for depth.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSpurs23 View Post
    Any chance the Colts take a look at Jairus Byrd? He was solid for Buffalo this year.

    Edit: NVm he's a FS
    Yea it is kinda sad that if we were looking for a FS there would be tons of options.

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