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04 Aug 2010
This week's ESPN column finds a home for the best veteran free agents left on the market.
Posted by: Ned Macey on 04 Aug 2010
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I think "slim pickings" defines the content this column. (Don't feel bad, Mr. Macey, you didn't have much with which to work.) If your team still needs something, you'd better hope for a miracle or some UDFA to play like a first-round draft pick--or, in other words, a different miracle.
Maybe if Revis holds out long enough, the Jets will sign his mentor (and one-time Jet),Ty Law. And just to make Revis angry, they'll let Law wear his old #24.
Wouldn't either Harper or Law still be good enough to start for the Lions?
Then again, even this season, unemployment may be better than that particular job.
I'm glad of the news given by the ESPN. At least there are still best veteran free agents left on the market.
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Having this kind of information is very beneficial especially to our beloved veterans and for their assistance.
The article is great and very well created. The date and information are very well laid off as well. I will be following your future articles. Keep it up ESPN. Thanks!
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