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NFC East potential free agents

Giants: QB David Carr; RB Andre Brown (RFA); RB Kregg Lumpkin; RB Ryan Torain (RFA); WR Victor Cruz (RFA); WR Domenik Hixon; WR Ramses Barden; TE Travis Beckum; TE Martellus Bennett; OT Will Beatty; OT Sean Locklear; OG Kevin Boothe; C Jim Cordle (exclusive rights); DL Osi Umenyiora; DL Rocky Bernard; DL Adrian Tracy (exclusive rights); DL Justin Trattou (exclusive rights); LB Chase Blackburn; LB Keith Rivers; DB Kenny Phillips; DB Justin Tryon; DB Stevie Brown (RFA); DB Bruce Johnson; DB Brian Witherspoon; K Lawrence Tynes.

Cowboys: RB Felix Jones; WR Kevin Ogletree; TE John Phillips; OG Derrick Dockery; C Phil Costa (RFA); DL Kenyon Coleman; DL L.P. Ladouceur; DL Brian Schaefering (exclusive rights); LB Anthony Spencer; LB Victor Butler; LB Brady Poppinga; LB Ernie Sims; DB Mike Jenkins; DB Charlie Peprah; DB Michael Coe; DB Eric Frampton; DB Danny McCray (RFA); P Brian Moorman.

Eagles:  OG Jake Scott; C Jon Dorenbos; DL Darryl Tapp; DL Derek Landri; LB Akeem Jordan; DB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie; DB Colt Anderson (RFA).

Redskins: QB Rex Grossman; RB Darrel Young (RFA); WR Brandon Banks (RFA); TE Fred Davis; TE Chris Cooley; TE Logan Paulsen (RFA); OT Jordan Black; OT Jammal Brown; OT Tyler Polumbus; C Nick Sundberg (RFA); LB Lorenzo Alexander; LB Rob Jackson (RFA); LB Bryan Kehl; LB Chris Wilson; DL Kedric Golston; DL Kentwan Balmer; DL Chris Baker (RFA); DB Madieu Williams; DB Cedric Griffin; DB Tanard Jackson; P Sav Rocca; OG Kory Lichtensteiger.


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13 Responses to “NFC East potential free agents”
  1. logicalvoicesays says: Feb 16, 2013 3:41 PM

    The NFC Washington, where the Redskins are the superior team and the three stooges called Dallas, New York G and Philadelphia battle for irrelevance.

  2. queensnyvegas says: Feb 16, 2013 5:02 PM

    ny giants will bounce back and win the NFC EAST BOOK IT !!!

  3. cav2ya says: Feb 16, 2013 5:29 PM

    the Skins have 1 decent season in the last what, 14?

    How does that equate to Superior, and calling the others irrelevant stooges?

    I guess if we all had a team who couldn’t tie their own shoes like yours, we’d be exuberant after 1 good season too…

  4. obxfannings says: Feb 16, 2013 6:25 PM

    Logicalvoicesays, I am a 30 yr. Redskins fan and saw Sonny throw a pass behind his back to Tommy McDonald and fell in love with Sonny at that moment and, followed him and my loyalty went to the Skins then and there (background). Please shut your pie hole, you are sounding like Cowboysroll and that, son is not a compliment. You are making Redskins fans sound like douche bags. find some reality pills, one season does not make up for twenty. Hail (and please zip it).

  5. jerryyouradisgrace says: Feb 16, 2013 6:49 PM

    you skins fans really need to stop with the s@#t talk…. you had to win the last game of the season for the division…prior to that you lived in the basement since the 80’s

    G-men are not stooges as they have 2 championships in the last 5 years

    this coming from an embarrassed cowboy fan

  6. themanchine says: Feb 17, 2013 12:16 PM

    DRC to DC please.
    Kenny Phillips would also be nice.
    Draft The Honeybadger (FS).

  7. skins1313 says: Feb 17, 2013 2:03 PM

    As a Skins fan for 31 yrs I have seen better days. Last year was awesome at 10-6, I predicted 7-9 or 8-8. But we have a lot of holes to fill as does the whole division. Although going 5-1 in the division was also awesome we will not surprise anyone next year. My team has a lot of work to do to stay relevant. At least football mattered beyond November for change. There is hope, but we are not a championship team yet or even a playoff contender without some upgrades to the roster. Close though!

  8. lennydpocketqb says: Feb 17, 2013 3:01 PM

    Can’t we all just admit that each team has its issues but we all root for teams in the toughest division in the NFL? With that being said…Go Giants!

  9. rg3sus says: Feb 17, 2013 3:41 PM

    So my redakins have zero safety’s or tight ends. I would sign Cooley and Paulson for cheap and let Davis go. He’s not worth what he will want long term and we are screwed on the cap. Cooley has a little football left in him so milk it for cheap. Safety, who knows.

  10. blackqbwhiterb says: Feb 17, 2013 4:01 PM

    Logicalvoice knows he’s a clown, but he makes it fun… I say keep pouring it on, kid

  11. bobcatter23 says: Feb 17, 2013 4:04 PM

    Be nice to see each teams est. cap space for signing any free agents.
    And well said, The NFL East is the Beast of the NFL. What a rivalary amongst us! What games through the years. I’ve watch this division fatelfully for 45 plus years and have seen some of the great players and teams do battle like no other division could ever match. By the way, I hate you, Beagles, Semen, and Deadskins!! lol Here’s to next season, may the best team (Cowboys) win the Super of All games in a NFC East’ stadium. What could be better?

  12. oldbyrd says: Feb 18, 2013 7:21 AM

    Looks like the Eagles are not loosing much at all. I do like Landri and Crowmarti

  13. joejgibbs says: Feb 18, 2013 7:46 AM

    Rg3sus, Whatchu talkin bout Willis? Skins have 2 solid safeties if they can get on the field. Merriweather and Jackson. Merriweather was injured all season except one game when he was all over the field and Jackson got suspended for the season after having a great camp. Cooley is done. Paulson won’t cost much. And coming off an Achilles injury Fred Davis won’t command that large of a salary. They could always just franchise him anyway. Lastly they are not screwed with the salary cap despite having to pay the final 16m penalty for not colliding with the other owners. Skins are in good shApe.

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