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Defensive Ends - Tackles:
Cullen Jenkins (GB)- this talented 3-4 defensive end could be let go by the Packers this offseason to save some cash. The Packers just gave Tramon Williams an extension and will owe their upcoming 2011 first round pick a good amount of money as well, not to mention free agents they bring in. In the end, Jenkins could be seen as expendable.
Richard Seymour (Oak)- with Tom Cable done in Oakland, Seymour will probably look to play for a contender to finish his career. That is, if Oakland doesn't franchise him again. There were stories last year that Seymour had interest in signing with Buffalo, but the validity of those reports is something I might question.
Mathais Kiwanuka (NYG)- lost amongst the many talented pass-rushers on the Giants, Kiwanuka is coming off a season lost to a herniated disk. He will most likely look to leave New York because of their crowded line. Nonetheless, Kiwanuka is an extremely talented pass-rusher, and is scheme diverse, playing some linebacker in the Giants previous 3-4 packages.
David Harris (NYJ)- this guy has been an exceptional linebacker for the past couple seasons. Harris may not be the focal point of the Jets defense, but he plays an important role. It will be interesting to see whether or not he is re-signed by the Jets, because if he isn't, the Bills could use him to plug the hole next to Posluszny.
Barrett Ruud (TB)- Ruud has been the anchor in the middle of the Buccaneers defense for the past few years, yet had a slightly disappointing season. According to reports, he was displeased with the Bucs for not offering him a long-term deal, and seeing as though he has yet to get one, he could be on his way out of Tampa.
Stephen Cooper (SD)- he's been solid for the Chargers, especially in the absence of Shawne Merriman. Cooper is usually overlooked, but he can definitely get the job done on Sunday.
Kirk Morrison (Jax)- played decently in his first year away from Oakland, Morrison is a solid linebacker who could easily step in as a starting middle linebacker for the Bills.
Corners - Safeties:
Richard Marshall (Car)- looks like Marshall is on his way out of Carolina, according to the buzz going around the league. He could be a guy the Bills go after, seeing as though he isn't a big name, yet is still a solid cornerback (especially in run support).
Atari Bigby (GB)- a solid safety for the Packers, he was injured this season, which allowed rookie Morgan Burnett to showcase his talents... Bigby will likely be allowed to seek employment elsewhere in 2011.
Bernard Pollard (Hou)- Pollard is good in run support, yet poor in coverage (much like Donte Whitner). The only difference between Whitner and Pollard is that Pollard will come cheap.