QB- Alex Smith 3 yrs
FS- Dashon Goldson 1 yr Franchise tag
OLB- Ahmad Brooks 5 yrs
OG- Adam Snyder 4 yrs
MLB- Blake Costanzo 2 yrs
MLB- Tavares Gooden 2 yrs
SS- CJ Spillman (RFA)
WR- Josh Morgan 2 yrs
Players to possibly extend: (2012 UFA's)
NT- Issac Sopoago
DE- Ricky Jean Francois
P- Andy Lee
WR- Ted Ginn
CB- Carlos Rogers
CB- Shawntae Spencer- Cut
FS- Reggie Smith
TE- Justin Peele
RB- Anthony Dixon (He is not the short yardage thumper we need)
MLB- Larry Grant (RFA) 3rd round tender. Signed by Philly to an offer sheet.
OG- Chilo Rachal
FS- Madieu Williams
Free Agent Signings:
WR- Dwayne Bowe (Chiefs) 5 yrs, 42 mil, 15 guaranteed
It's Bowe or Rogers. I love Rogers but if he wants 8-10 mil a year then he can walk. I think Culliver can start and be just as effective as Rogers especially with the way our front 7 pressures. Bowe is the #1 we desperatly need and will give us a great 1-2 punch with Bowe and Crabtree.
1- Joe Adams, WR/KR- Arkansas 5'11, 190
No player improved his stock more than Adams this weekend. He absolutly destroyed defenders at the Senior Bowl. I think he would be a Percy Harvin clone and be almost un-coverable in the slot with his 4.39 speed. He is the most electric player in the draft and is a dynamic return man. He not only is as good of a returner as Ginn, he is a more reliable receiver.
Davis at TE. Bowe, Crabtree, Morgan and Adams at WR. Gore and Hunter at RB. This could be the makings of a dominant offense to go along with our dominant defense and special teams.
2- Josh Robinson, CB- Central Florida 5'10, 192
Robinson is a big time ball hawk with 10 picks and 36 passes defensed during his 3 year career. He is also an elite return-man. This guy would be a big addition to our secondary and is a threat to take it to the house as soon as he touches the ball.
3a- (f/m Philly) Bruce Irvin, OLB- West Virginia 6'3, 235
Irvin is a bit undersized but he is a flat out monster rushing off the edge. He could bring something special to our already special defense if he could learn to be an every down player. Regardless, he could make a big impact on 3rd downs. He has some off field baggage and comes from a rough background which makes him drop a bit.
3b- Nigel Bradham, MLB- Florida State 6'3, 240
Takes over for Grant as our primary backup MLB. In 2010, he had 97 tackles with 6.5 tackles for loss, five sacks and five passes broken. Bradham had decent production in his first year as a starter in 2009, notching 93 tackles, with 5.5 tackles for a loss and two sacks. In 2011, Bradham collected 86 tackles with 9.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble. He was the first player since Marvin Jones to lead the Seminoles in tackles for three straight seasons.
[ Edited by SteveYoung on Jan 28, 2012 at 21:26:54 ]