http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2366084 Now that the Ravens have signed Mike Anderson, it looks like they won't make an offer to Jamal Lewis. I haven't read about any strong interest from teams in Lewis, and I think he may be under-valued at this point. He had a down year last year, and I remember that a poster last off-season actually predicted this, saying that the food and training in prison is supposedly horrible, which caused Lewis to play 2005 out of shape and without endurance. Lewis is only 26 years old, and here are his other seasons: 1364 yards, 4.4 avg, 6 td 1327 yards, 4.3 avg, 6 td 2066 yards, 5.3 avg, 14 td 1006 yards, 4.3 avg, 7 td (in only 12 games) If the Pats could sign Lewis to around or under 4Mill a year, I think he should be our RB for the future. He could split carries with Dillon next season, and then become the full-time feature back after that. He seems to have a stigma as a difficult person, but I'm not too knowledgeable about that. Maybe others can shed light on this. I've noticed several topics about drafting a running back at #1, but I think the Pats could find a potential bargain (if not Lewis, then another back) during free agency. This year, I would rather spend our first two draft picks on linebackers, DB's, or big men. .