I really, really hate to see Cortland Finnegan go, but chances are that's what's going to happen.
Outside of Lardarius Webb and maybe Brandon Carr and Carlos Rogers, Finnegan is the best cornerback in free agency this year. He can get a very big contract.
As a top corner, he'll be an upgrade to at least one corner spot on any team in the league, so he could go anywhere and be a fit.
However, his best bets are either St. Louis or Detroit.
His former defensive coordinator, Jim Schwartz, is now the head coach of the Detroit Lions, who could use an upgrade at corner. If he heads to Michigan, he'll also reunite with former teammates Stephen Tulloch and Kyle Vanden Bosch, who also followed Schwartz.
In St. Louis, he'll likely keep playing next to Michael Griffin and under Jeff Fisher, his former head coach.
Just like with Griffin, I think that Finnegan will end up in St. Louis. He and Fisher seemed to always be on the same page and respected one another, and of course, he'll get plenty of cash anywhere he goes.
If he's not in either Missouri or Michigan this time next year, I'll be shocked.