Free Agent targets

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Carpy, Jan 18, 2006.

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  1. coleman51

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    ah, sorry, didn't see that post. :banned:
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  2. Gunny

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  3. titan west

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    I think the best move would be to sign Lavar Arrington to a HIGH performance based contract with a cap maneagable signing bonus, and use him the way the rams and steelers used Kevin Greene.
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  4. Arrington is alright, we already have decent LB's the way it is and with him it would just make us that much better.

    Keith Bullock should have made Pro Bowl - no contest.
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  5. Titans2008

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    I think Hutchinson will probably be the best FA on the market with Reggie Wayne a close second. Hutchinson should definately be our top priority if he has any interest in us.
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  6. The Mrs

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    Hey K.B. :howdy:
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  7. Gunny

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    get Witherspoon, Arrington and Peterson along with Bulluck and play a 3 - 4 defense. :ha:
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    Incentive-laden contracts are out the window this coming season. Any incentives will automatically count against the 2006 cap because there is currently no cap in 2007.
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  9. Titans2008

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    Besides that, Aarington is at the beginning of a huge deal atm with the Redskins. I fear that he would command a likewise huge contract should he be cut.
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  10. titan west

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    ok give him a 10mil bonus and make the contract for 4years:))
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