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Postby KingGhidra » Mon Dec 29, 2003 7:52 pm

I jacked this from another website. Figured I'd post here for easy reference.

Quarterbacks:
Doug Johnson, Atlanta
Chris Redman, Baltimore
Peyton Manning, Indianapolis
Marc Bulger, St. Louis
Anthony Wright, Baltimore
Shane Matthews, Cincinnati
Steve Beuerlein, Denver
Ty Detmer, Detroit
Jason Garrett, New York (Giants)
Damon Huard, New England
Rob Johnson, Oakland
Rick Mirer, Oakland
A.J. Feeley, Philadelphia
Doug Flutie, San Diego

Running Backs:
Troy Hambrick, Dallas
Correll Buckhalter, Philadelphia
Duce Staley, Philadelphia
Rudi Johnson, Cincinnati
Kevan Barlow, San Francisco
Thomas Jones, Tampa Bay
Mike Alstott, Tampa Bay
Sammy Morris, Buffalo
James Jackson, Cleveland
Adrian Murrell, Dallas
Reuben Droughns, Denver
Shawn Bryson, Detroit
Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala, Jacksonville
Travis Minor, Miami
John Avery, Minnesota
Doug Chapman, Minnesota
Mike Cloud, New England
KiJana Carter, New Orleans
Leon Johnson, San Diego
Aaron Stecker, Tampa Bay
John Simon, Washington

Wide Receivers:
Terrell Owens, San Francisco
Tai Streets, San Francisco
Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis
Darrell Jackson, Seattle
Kevin Dyson, Carolina
Marcus Robinson, Baltimore
Dedric Ward, Baltimore
Dez White, Chicago
Dennis Northcutt, Cleveland
Chris Cole, Denver
Shawn Jefferson, Detroit
Troy Edwards, Jacksonville
Matthew Hatchette, Jacksonville
JJ Stokes, Jacksonville
Ron Dixon, New York Giants
Jonathan Carter, New York Jets
David Givens, New England
Patrick Johnson, Washington

Tight Ends:
Billy Miller, Houston
Kyle Brady, Jacksonville
Jim Kleinsasser, Minnesota
Brian Kozlowski, Atlanta
James Whalen, Dallas
Patrick Hape, Denver
Wesley Walls, Green Bay
Jason Dunn, Kansas City
Ed Perry, Miami
Walter Rasby, New Orleans
Fred Baxter, New York Jets
Eric Johnson, San Francisco
Jed Weaver, San Francisco
Cam Cleeland, St. Louis
Brandon Manumaleuna, St. Louis
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Re: 2004 Unrestricted Free Agents

Postby Canacuna » Mon Dec 29, 2003 8:22 pm

KingGhidra wrote:Troy Hambrick, Dallas


Hambrick's going to get some crazy money, y0. He r0x0rz s0x0rz. :-t

KingGhidra wrote:Leon Johnson, San Diego


Leon's available! ;-D

KingGhidra wrote:Darrell Jackson, Seattle


He tried signing with the Jets last season when he was restricted. Hopefully Seattle can keep him, though. He's been their most consistant WR since his rookie season.
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Postby TTTBone » Mon Dec 29, 2003 8:37 pm

interesting... not a lot of big "money" offensive players moving this off-season. Probably the biggest are at WR, with TO and Keyshawn movin' on. Hopefully the 'Hawks will resign D-Jax despite his "off" year. Maybe the most interesting is what happens to Dillon. If the Tuna is able to get the guy... look out!
Funny, but most of the really impacting signings usually come on the O-Line, D-Line, Linebackers, and the Secondary. Which kind of leaves us fantasy players out of the loop; but as NFL fans, leaves us all salivating for the next season.
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Postby M_Zimm_ffc » Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:31 pm

TTTBone wrote:interesting... not a lot of big "money" offensive players moving this off-season. Probably the biggest are at WR, with TO and Keyshawn movin' on. Hopefully the 'Hawks will resign D-Jax despite his "off" year. Maybe the most interesting is what happens to Dillon. If the Tuna is able to get the guy... look out!
Funny, but most of the really impacting signings usually come on the O-Line, D-Line, Linebackers, and the Secondary. Which kind of leaves us fantasy players out of the loop; but as NFL fans, leaves us all salivating for the next season.

What about Manning? He is pretty big named.

Thanks Ghidra, I was looking for that but couldn't find it. Some I thought would be on there aren't and some I didn't expect were. It is nice to have.
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Postby Canacuna » Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:36 pm

I would bet everything I own that Manning isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Indianapolis will make it worth his while to stay, even if there are some teams willing to shell out some extra cash for him. Hence no one mentions him in the offensive players that could be difference makers for teams...

MZimm wrote:What about Manning? He is pretty big named.
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Postby M_Zimm_ffc » Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:39 pm

Canacuna wrote:I would bet everything I own that Manning isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Indianapolis will make it worth his while to stay, even if there are some teams willing to shell out some extra cash for him. Hence no one mentions him in the offensive players that could be difference makers for teams...

MZimm wrote:What about Manning? He is pretty big named.

He is not going to leave but I wanted to point out the possibility.
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Postby Canacuna » Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:46 pm

M_Zimm wrote:
Canacuna wrote:I would bet everything I own that Manning isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Indianapolis will make it worth his while to stay, even if there are some teams willing to shell out some extra cash for him. Hence no one mentions him in the offensive players that could be difference makers for teams...

MZimm wrote:What about Manning? He is pretty big named.

He is not going to leave but I wanted to point out the possibility.


That's good. I thought you might have been one of those dillusional people who think that star players leave good situations to be the savior of a bad team (like some San Diego fans, or something).
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Postby converge241 » Tue Dec 30, 2003 8:26 am

thanks

anybody got other positions like all of defense?
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Postby deftdelivery » Tue Dec 30, 2003 11:41 am

here is the list of defenders:
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Postby fntsyrookie » Tue Dec 30, 2003 12:12 pm

Canacuna wrote:
M_Zimm wrote:
Canacuna wrote:I would bet everything I own that Manning isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Indianapolis will make it worth his while to stay, even if there are some teams willing to shell out some extra cash for him. Hence no one mentions him in the offensive players that could be difference makers for teams...

MZimm wrote:What about Manning? He is pretty big named.

He is not going to leave but I wanted to point out the possibility.


That's good. I thought you might have been one of those dillusional people who think that star players leave good situations to be the savior of a bad team (like some San Diego fans, or something).


I guess the big question is whether or not there is going to be enough cash to keep both Manning and Harrison?
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