AFC East and AFC North Free Agent Lists

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  1. PatsFans.com Article

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    Ian's Daily Blog - ProFootballTalk.com posted the complete list of free agents from the AFC East and AFC North, with both lists available below:AFC East Free Agent ListInteresting to note on that list is former Patriots captain Larry Izzo is an unrestricted free agent for the Jets.As for the available players for the AFC North, here’s that list:AFC North [...]

     
  2. Box_O_Rocks

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    AFC East free agents

    UFA shopping list:
    DE Ryan Denny, WR Josh Reed, DT Jason Ferguson

    RFA - please don't tender them or tender them low list:
    RB Ronnie Brown, RB Leon Washington
     
  3. robertweathers

    robertweathers Pro Bowl Player

    Was reading somewhere that Ferguson was going to retire.
     
  4. Box_O_Rocks

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    Could be, he's 35, but until he does I'd keep him as an option.
     
  5. robertweathers

    robertweathers Pro Bowl Player

    I agree. He knows the system.
     
  6. pats1

    pats1 Moderator PatsFans.com Supporter

    I also read that he is retiring.
     
  7. Bostonian1962

    Bostonian1962 In the Starting Line-Up

    Hey there BOR. Two players that caught my eye were:

    S Ryan Clark, Steelers - However, he's one of the Steelers top priorites coming off an 89 tackle, 3 int. HARD hitting season. He may be locked up within the next couple of weeks, but I'm just sayin...............

    WR Kelley Washington, WR, Ravens - Did BB notice that beside being a special teams standout, he can play some WR too? Granted, the Ravens didn't give him the playing time he wanted either, but he's 6'3", can make the 3rd down catch, and bonus points for being classy as he left the Pats to go to the Ravens. I'm a Washington fan, and really think there is a place for him, on a team with questions at WR. Baltimore papers say the Ravens really want to re-sign him though.

    Both players were born in 1979.
     
  8. PATRIOTSFANINPA

    PATRIOTSFANINPA Pro Bowl Player

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    Josh Reed will come cheap and be worth it as a #3 IMO

    Josh should be looked at as a high value FA for BB
     
  9. pats1

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    You're a Washington fan? Then I'm sure you were thrilled when he was waving to the exiting crowd in the final minutes of the Ravens game, yelling "the era is over!"
     
  10. Box_O_Rocks

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    Clark may lay the wood, but his victims need to be set up for him, he doesn't impress me in his other duties.

    Kelly was here and couldn't crack the line-up, Aiken replaced him and has done more on offense as well as lead Special Teams. Like Stallworth, I'm not interested in bringing back poor fits, Kelly works better in Baltimore's offense and for his career's sake that's where he's wanted.
     
  11. DaBruinz

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    Washington isn't worth the paper the contract is printed on. The Pats sent him packing because he lost his job on special teams...

    While I think Aiken can ALSO be replaced on special teams, I'm not sure that Reed is anything to get excited about.

    Ryan Clark? Don't need him.
     
  12. KontradictioN

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    I love Ryan Clark's hitting ability but he's a liability in coverage. On top of that, we aren't exactly hurting in the safety department right now. There are other priorities where we can spend the money more wisely.
     
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