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50. Kyle Arrington, CB (New England Patriots)
Kyle Arrington spent 12 days on the practice squad for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008 before he was released. Arrington found a job with the New England Patriots and broke out with a seven-interception campaign in 2011. He started the season at an unbelievable rate, picking off three of the first 12 passes thrown his way.
49. Yeremiah Bell, S (Miami Dolphins)
Yeremiah Bell has had an underrated career.
Bell was a sixth-round draft pick of the Miami Dolphins in the 2003 NFL Draft and worked his way into the starting lineup by 2006. Bell led the team in tackles for three straight seasons (2008-2010), earning a Pro Bowl selection in 2009.
At nearly 34 years old, Bell is probably entering the last stage of his NFL life, but he's still a good tackler and above-average strong safety.
48. O.J. Atogwe, S (Washington Redskins)
It's surprising that the St. Louis Rams released O.J. Atogwe rather than pay him the $8 million bonus he was due. He's a quality safety—one the Washington Redskins were fortunate to pick up.
Atogwe was hampered by multiple injuries in his first season with the Redskins, but he should be at full strength again in 2012. When he’s healthy, he's an underrated player in pass coverage.
47. Antoine Bethea, S (Indianapolis Colts)
Antoine Bethea has started 64 straight games for the Indianapolis Colts and made two Pro Bowls, although he's still largely under the radar. Bethea struggled in pass coverage in 2011, giving up four touchdowns without intercepting a pass, but he's still very effective in playing the run.
46. Josh Wilson, CB (Washington Redskins)
Wilson was a second-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens back in the 2007 NFL Draft, and although he’s bounced around the league to some extent, he's a good cover corner with 11 interceptions in the past four seasons. He is substantially better than DeAngelo Hall on the other side of the field.