PFTV: Where will T.O. go?
March 3, 2010: Mike Florio says that the Ravens and Redskins both have interest in Terrell Owens, and it might take long before he finds a new team.
30. Nate Burleson, WR (Seahawks)
Signed with Detroit
Wildly up-and-down career went back up during a contract year.
31. Brian Westbrook, RB (Eagles)
Westbrook could help a team if he gets medically cleared. Huge if.
32. Scott Fujita, LB (Saints)
Valued veteran leader seems likely to return to New Orleans.
33. Keith Bulluck, LB (Titans)
A torn ACL late in the season crushed his free agent stock. He’s worth a shot because of his leadership.
34. Chris Chambers, WR (Chiefs)
He’s a stop-gap solution, but not a bad one. He re-ignited his career with a nice run in Kansas City.
35. Tully Banta-Cain, LB (Patriots)
Re-signed with New England
9.5 sacks have rarely been given so little league-wide respect. (His unsuccessful try to leave the Patriots last time is one reason why.)
36. LaDainian Tomlinson, RB (Chargers)
We’re not even sure he would be a good role player at this point. And we’re almost certain he doesn’t truly want to be a role player.
37. Jamal Williams, DT (Chargers)
It’s not a good sign the Chargers couldn’t find anyone to trade for him before they cut him.
38. Roy Williams, S (Bengals)
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The former Cowboy can hit, but he can’t cover.
39. Tony Pashos, T (49ers)
He could slip under the radar because he was hurt all last year. A fine run-blocker, Washington should show interest.
40. David Carr, QB (Giants)
He’s sat on the bench long enough for everyone to forget how bad he was. (In all seriousness, he’s worth a gamble.)
41. Jimmy Kennedy, DT (Vikings)
He could help a team in a defensive line rotation.
42. Shayne Graham, K (Bengals)
His season ended horribly in the playoffs, but he’s had a solid career.
43. Willie Parker, RB (Steelers)
Not Nearly As Fast Willie Parker doesn’t have the same ring to it. He doesn’t help on passing downs.
44. Neil Rackers, K (Cardinals)
Once named the NFL’s sexiest man.
45. Torry Holt, WR (Jaguars)
He needs to play on turf and came off the bench.
46. Nick Harper, CB (Titans)
The nation grieved for those hurt, killed and affected by the Boston Marathon bombings. After one of the suspects was caught on Friday — following a day-long lockdown and manhunt — sports returned to Boston over the weekend.
47. Kevin Faulk, RB (Patriots)
The godfather of third-down backs may find a home with a Belichick disciple.
48. Chris Redman, QB (Falcons)
Re-signed with Atlanta
He’s quietly a competent backup.
49. Larry Johnson, RB (Chiefs)
Dick Vermeil once said it was time for L.J. to get out of his diapers. In running back years, he’s now closer to Depends.
50. Laveranues Coles, WR (Bengals)
A great competitor, Coles’ body has taken a lot of abuse. He’s a small receiver without any speed, which is not an ideal combination.
PFT: Defensive end finally finds a new team in San Diego — and for a honey of a deal that would be worth a max of $13.35 million.
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