This Group 2008 FA's is a very good one, you can target a player or players at a certain position and fill a glaring need. I know most would love for us to Draft a young LB early but we haven't seen that YET in the BB tenure and i am not expecting it now...especially with our High First Rounder. http://www.footballsfuture.com/freeagents.html Top 2008 Free Agent LB's -Lance Briggs, UFA, Chicago Bears- Since 2004, Briggs has been a standout linebacker for the Bears. Heâ€™s overshadowed by Brian Urlacher much of the time, but Briggs gets the job done as is evidenced by the fact that heâ€™s totaled more than 100 tackles in each of the past three seasons and that heâ€™s added four sacks and five interceptions over that time. This season, heâ€™s made 95 total tackles, along with two sacks and two forced fumbles. Teams are going to line up to try and entice Briggs to come play for them, and whichever team lands him will be adding one of the top weak-side defenders in the league. The chances of Briggs leaving seem good. -Karlos Dansby, UFA, Arizona Cardinals- Dansby may very well end up being the cream of the crop in terms of linebackers during the next free agency period. He has excellent size and is coming into his own as a top level defensive player. Heâ€™s only 26 years old and has three consecutive seasons of 80 or more tackles, including this season in which he has totaled 95 tackles. He collected three interceptions in â€™05, has collected three more this season, and had an impressive eight sacks in â€™06. He has four forced fumbles and 3.5 sacks this season. Being young, strong, and talented should land him a large contract, and the Cardinals could be the team locking him up very soon. -Kawika Mitchell UFA New York Giants- Mitchell tallied seasons of 105 tackles and 104 tackles in Kansas City prior to this season. Mitchell is now playing for a Giants team that has some decent depth at linebacker and has improved their defensive play over the course of the season, so he hasnâ€™t been asked to post similar totals. However, heâ€™s still been able to make 69 total tackles, force a fumble, record 1.5 sacks, and return an interception for a score to help the Giants secure a playoff spot. Mitchell may not be the biggest prize as a free agent, but if he doesnâ€™t stay in New York, he will be a solid addition for any team that needs linebacker help Again we know how BB feels about seasoned LB's, those three guys are well seasoned and any one of them would fit right into our system. What do you guys think?