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Old 03-09-2013, 12:00 PM   #7
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TIER 4: Effective in the right role

48) Adam Jones, CB, Cincinnati Bengals: I'm afraid of what would happen to the former Pacman away from Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, but Jones was an excellent slot cornerback and return man last season.

49) Jason Jones, DL, Seattle Seahawks: Jones can be dominant for stretches. A nice rotational player.

50) Cary Williams, CB, Baltimore Ravens: It has to count for something that he was able to hold up as Baltimore's best starting cornerback by the end of the season.

51) Mike DeVito, DE, New York Jets: DeVito has been an unsung hero for the Jets for years. He could fit nicely into a lot of 3-4 defenses.

52) Bradley Fletcher, CB, St. Louis Rams: At times, Fletcher has looked like an above-average starting cornerback. At worst, he won't kill your team.

53) LaRon Landry, S, New York Jets: A Pro Bowl year with the Jets helped rehab Landry's value, but he's still a bigger name than impact player.

54) Louis Delmas, S, Detroit Lions: Injuries have sapped his explosiveness as a tackler and Delmas was never the most instinctive player in coverage.

55) Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Oakland Raiders: Once wildly underrated, Shaughnessy has lost two seasons to injury and ineffectiveness. He could prove to be a nice bargain.

56) Israel Idonije, DE, Chicago Bears: Idonije offers quality veteran snaps for a low price.

57) Chris Gamble, CB, Carolina Panthers: He wasn't worth $9 million. He is worth getting snaps as a nickel defender. At worst.

58) Rey Maualuga, ILB, Cincinnati Bengals: Coach Marvin Lewis told Around The League he wanted Maualuga back, but at what price? The USC product has never quite stepped up to leadership status.

59) Daryl Smith, LB, Jacksonville Jaguars: One of the most underrated linebackers of his era, Smith is coming off major injury.

60) Louis Vasquez, OG, San Diego Chargers: You could do a lot worse if your team is desperate for a starting guard.

61) Antoine Cason, CB, San Diego Chargers: A.J. Smith's former first-round pick never lived up to his draft slot, but he's not a bad starter.

62) John Abraham, DE, Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons need pass rush help and still chose not to keep Abraham around for a $4.25 million base salary. That's not a great sign.

63) Shane Lechler, P, Oakland Raiders: The best punter of his era picked a bad time to have a down season. Lechler, 36, should remain in the league.

64) Erin Henderson, LB, Minnesota Vikings: Two-down linebackers don't get paid much, but Henderson should be able to help a team stop the run.

65) Bryant McKinnie, OT, Baltimore Ravens: It sounds like he won't be back in Baltimore. McKinnie's playoff run was rather epic, but teams don't trust it will happen again.

66) Mike Jenkins, CB, Dallas Cowboys: I stubbornly remember the moments that Jenkins looked like a pretty solid pro.

67) Adrian Wilson, S, Arizona Cardinals: Versatile veteran leadership at a cheap price.

68) Sedrick Ellis, DT, New Orleans Saints: The former No. 7 overall pick has shown flashes, but has quietly been one of the bigger busts of the last five years.

69) Cullen Jenkins, DT, Philadelphia Eagles: He can still help teams in a rotation. A return to Green Bay makes some sense.

70) Philip Wheeler, LB, Oakland Raiders: Wheeler proved last year he can fit into a variety of systems.

71) Charles Woodson, S, Green Bay Packers: The potential Hall of Famer needs a coach who can play to his strengths and hide his lack of speed.

72) Felix Jones, RB, Dallas Cowboys: Jones is like a less reliable Reggie Bush, which doesn't sound like a compliment. (It isn't.)

73) Glenn Dorsey, DE, Kansas City Chiefs: Drafted No. 5 overall in 2008, Dorsey has stretches where he stops the run well enough.

74) Brad Jones, LB, Green Bay Packers: Jones proved last year he can play inside. He makes a perfect reserve linebacker who can start at multiple positions when necessary.

5) Brian Urlacher, LB, Chicago Bears: It's more than a little sad to rank him behind Brad Jones.

76) Danny Woodhead, RB, New England Patriots: He probably wouldn't make sense away from the Patriots as a reliable third-down back.

77) Chris Clemons, S, Miami Dolphins: A solid starter coming off his best season.

78) Julian Edelman, WR, New England Patriots: See Danny Woodhead.

79) Michael Turner, RB, Atlanta Falcons: Could still be effective in a limited short-yardage role.

80) Victor Butler, LB, Dallas Cowboys: He's flashed potential in limited opportunities.

81) Lorenzo Alexander, LB, Washington Redskins: A great option if you need special teams help.

82) Michael Boley, LB, New York Giants: Closer to the end than the beginning, but a versatile backup type.

83) Shonn Greene, RB, New York Jets: He ran harder toward the end of 2012, but Greene has never inspired.

84) Isaac Sopoaga, NT, San Francisco 49ers: Useful nose tackles are the football equivalent to a left-handed relief pitcher in baseball. They can always find jobs.

85) Donald Thomas, OG, New England Patriots: He did a nice job when called upon.
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