Personally I'd like to see Jairus Byrd as a Patriot. William Moore is an underrated player. Goldson we already tried signing a couple years ago and couldn't get him. Glover Quinn isn't amazing, but he's a solid Safety. source:Walterfootball.com Jairus Byrd, S, Bills. Age: 26. Jairus Byrd is one of the top safeties in football. He shuts everything down in coverage - he was responsible for no touchdowns all year - and he constantly comes up with turnovers. He's also decent in run support and is seldom penalized. He deserves a massive contact. Dashon Goldson, S, 49ers. Age: 28. Dashon Goldson had some issues in coverage back in 2011, but did what he needed to do to correct them this past season. Goldson made the Pro Bowl for good reason. Ed Reed, S, Ravens. Age: 34. Ed Reed will turn 35 in September, but he still played at a high level for the Ravens this past season despite battling an injury. Louis Delmas, S, Lions. Age: 26. Louis Delmas is one of the most talented safeties in the NFL, but he just can't stay healthy. He's missed 13 games in the past two seasons. Glover Quin, S, Texans. Age: 27. A converted cornerback, Glover Quin has starred in his new safety role over the past couple of years. He was particularly sound in 2012, so he deserves a nice contract. William Moore, S, Falcons. Age: 28. William Moore missed the final quarter of the season with a hamstring injury, but he performed extremely well in all facets otherwise. Kenny Phillips, S, Giants. Age: 26. Kenny Phillips is one of the better safeties when healthy, but he missed most of 2012 with a knee injury. Stevie Brown (RFA), S, Giants. Age: 26. Stevie Brown was impressive in relief of an injured Kenny Phillips, picking off eight passes. His one weakness is run support. LaRon Landry, S, Jets. Age: 28. No one wanted LaRon Landry last offseason. He was considered an injury waiting to happen. Well, he proved everyone wrong with a solid 2012 campaign. He should still be considered fragile, but he has definitely earned himself a nice contract. Chris Clemons, S, Dolphins. Age: 27. Chris Clemons proved to be a quality starting safety for the Dolphins this past year. He was penalized only twice, though he had trouble tackling on occasion.