10 Big-Name NFL Free Agents Still on the Market
As we enter week three of the preseason most free agents have been signed or re-signed to teams for the season.
Even with all of the recent signings there are still some big name players out there that are waiting for a call.
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However, Jerry Rice claims that Moss never gave 100 percent through the years when he was playing in the NFL. The Saint Louis Rams and the Indianapolis Colts are just two teams that could benefit from acquiring the 34-year-old receiver.
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"Captain Kirk" has spent six seasons in the NFL, five of which were for his hometown Oakland Raiders.
The Linebacker has a career 721 tackles, 561 of those were solo tackles. The 29-year-old still has a few good seasons in him.
There are plenty of teams who could use a guy who guarantees 100 or more tackles for the season.
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The Wide Receiver has spent 10 years in the league and has been considerably less productive in the past three.
In 2007 with the Cincinnati Bengals, Houshmandzadeh had 1,143 yards and 12 touchdowns. That was the only year that he was an All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection.
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Darren Sharper, the safety who was a big part of the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl win in 2009, became a free agent after his second one-year contract with the Saints expired.
While he has not been signed yet, the Boston Globe reported that he worked out with the New England Patriots this past week.
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Tank Johnson was released by the Bengals Tuesday after two seasons in Cincinnati.
While Johnson had some knee issues last season and a few off-field problems, he could be a great addition to a team like the Denver Broncos, who need someone at Defensive Tackle.
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Lofa Tatupu was released from the Seahawks at the end of July in a mutual decision between both parties.
He made three Pro Bowl appearances and helped the Seahawks head to their only Super Bowl, in 2006.
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Nick Kaczur spent six seasons at offensive tackle with the New England Patriots, but was released on July 29.
Kaczur was on the injured reserve list for the majority of the 2010 season and was a likely goner, particularly once the Patriots re-signed Matt Light.
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The Running Back has spent nine years in the NFL, eight of which were with the Philadelphia Eagles.
The San Francisco 49ers signed Westbrook to a one-year deal in 2010, leaving him a free agent this season.
Westbrook has had a career 41 touchdowns and was a two-time Pro Bowl selection.
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Last, but never least, is good ole T.O.
The Wide Receiver known particularly for his attitude is still unsigned, probably due to his ACL injury.
Owens told ESPN.com reporters that he thinks he should be back up and running around week three of the regular season, a much quicker recovery than doctors initially pronounced.