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  1. R_T26

    R_T26 Banned

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    now that we have the pics any RFA the pats may go after (Ala Welker)
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    I was thinking the same thing.

    Leron Landry S from the Ravens got a 2nd round tender I believe.

    I wonder what pick the pats give up.

    Is it thier pick first ?

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    If the Pats signed Landry it would be for "their pick", not any other pick the Pats acquired. On the other hand, I hope the Pats do not sign this guy. That would be awful.

    And his name is not Leron, he plays for the Redskins. Your thinking of Dawan.
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    Dawan Landry is a low-level tender, requiring a 6th round comp if an offer sheet were not matched.

    One name that is intriguing is DT Anthony Montgomery of the Redskins. He was a starter for the 'skins his first two years, then lost his job last year in training camp to Kendric Golston when he broke his hand, but he still played on a rotational basis for the Redskins and was a stout force inside who tied up blockers.

    Montgomery is a big-bodied (6-5, 325#), long armed guy who fits the profile for the Pats DL. He is only 25 years old. He was tendered at the low-level, so it would require a 5th round pick as compensation should he be signed to an offer sheet the Redskins couldn't match. With all the money the Redskins spent on Haynesworth, it would be difficult for them to match an offer sheet to Montgomery if structured right.
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    Lance Moore
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    I like Moore, but he is very similar to Welker and would cost a 2nd round pick.
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