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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by crash, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. crash
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    crash Cheesehead

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    Wondering if anyone could share their views on FA safety's
    1. Dwight Smith from the Buc's
    2. Sammy Knight, Miami
    3. Marlon McCree from Texans
    I know Knight may be getting on but the team did flirt with him for a while back and McCree lost out to Deon Grant at Jax before moving to Houston, dunno mutch bout him or Smith, thoughts anyone?
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    Don't know much about Smith. Seems like Knigt will be 30 next year. I live in Houston and you don't hear McCree's name very much. I'm not sure if either of these guys has resigned with teir teams yeat but, I like Kennoy Kennedy Den and Gary Baxter Bal, right now he is a CB but projects well at S 6' 2" 215lbs.
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    Adrian Wilson, ARI, was probable the best of the bunch, but the Cards have already re-signed him. A number of other good FAs exsist: Knight, Kenoy Kennedy, Den, Chris Hope, Pitt, Gary Baxter and Will Demps @ Bal, and Donovin Darius to name a few. No doubt, GB needs help in the DB field. I like the FAs because they have the NFL experience to be successful.

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