Lots of RB's Hit FA Market
Now that Lewis will become a FA the pool of available RB's is even more amazing. There are many intriguing names, even way down the list. Names that include a younger, more talented group of FA RB's than I can remember. I know his name has been mentioned here before but Chester Taylor would look good in a Pat's uniform. Oh, how I wish we didn't have to pay Dillon $5mil in 2006 because that kind of money would buy an awful lot this year...
are the big money studs but look what else is out there-
plus all these other guys
9. Jeremi Johnson (R) Cincinnati
10. Fred Beasley (U) San Francisco
11. Anthony Thomas (U) New Orleans
12. William Henderson (U) Green Bay
13. Mack Strong (U) Seattle
14. Shawn Bryson (U) Detroit
15. Najeh Davenport (U) Green Bay
16. Moe Williams (U) Minnesota
17. Verron Haynes (U) Pittsburgh
18. Travis Minor (U) Miami
19. Maurice Morris (U) Seattle
20. Sammy Morris (U) Miami
21. Rock Cartwright (U) Washington
22. Musa Smith (R) Baltimore
23. Tony Fisher (U) Green Bay
24. Jonathan Wells (U) Houston
25. Obafemi Ayanbadejo (U) Arizona
26. Lamar Gordon (U) Philadelphia
27. LaBrandon Toefield (R) Jacksonville
28. Jameel Cook (U) Tampa Bay
29. Tony Richardson (U) Kansas City
30. Heath Evans (U) New England
31. Reno Mahe (R) Philadelphia
32. Michael Cloud (U) New England
33. Antowain Smith (U) New Orleans
34. James Mungro (U) Indianapolis
35. Chad Morton (U) NY Giants
36. James Jackson (U) Arizona
37. Arlen Harris (R) St. Louis
38. Fred McCrary (U) Atlanta
39. J.R. Redmond (U) Arizona
40. Ron Dayne (U) Denver
41. Fred McAfee (U) New Orleans
42. Kenny Watson (U) Cincinnati
43. Omar Easy (U) Oakland
44. Andrew Pinnock (R) San Diego (re-signed)
45. Ovie Mughelli (R) Baltimore
46. Paul Smith (U) Detroit
47. Aveion Cason (U) St. Louis
48. Steve Bush (U) San Francisco
49. Harold Morrow (U) Arizona
50. Chris Massey (U) St. Louis
51. Chris Hetherington (U) San Francisco
52. Keith Belton (U) Chicago
I'll be really disappointed if we don't at least make a serious run at one of those guys.
I wouldn't mind Foster. Though I think his pricetag would be too high. I think the Pats could really use a guy like Travis Henry for times when the backfield is banged up and Faulk or Dillon are missing time. Well, Henry minus the fumbles. Which really means minus Henry I guess, since that guy fumbles so much.
Najeh Davenport (U) Green Bay
He's coming off a pretty wicked broken foot and poops in girls laundry baskets. I'll take a pass, personally.
Unless Travis Henry was cut by the Titans, he is NOT a free agent. His contract, according the the NFLPA, runs through 2009.
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