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Which FA corner should we target?

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I have heard many mixed opinions on who to go after and not to go after. What are your thoughts? Specifically, I wouldn't mind Brent Grimes or Cary Williams, but have heard both panned by others on this site. What do you think?

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I like AC as a left tackle and would prefer a right tackle to be played at right tackle. If we move AC to right tackle I feel he might move on when his rookie contract is up for a LT spot, meaning we have to start again.

Elite linemen cost too much in my opinion I'd rather have Evan Mathis type linemen who are very good but don't demand the money, that way you have a chance of keeping the line together for a number of years and rarely lose your best lineman to free agency.

Something like Castonzo Slauson Shipley Vasquez Cherilus would be what I'd aim for.

 

I think you posted in the wrong thread.

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my notification hd the thread about AC and Left or Right Tackle

That's where I tried to post, was the opening post changed? Confused by this thread.

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I originally mixed up where I posted the threads so edited to ensure they were in the correct category. (I wanted to move the offensive line thread to the all about colts section). Sorry for the confusion. 

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I'm not harpy with Brent Grimes. We need a Big CB who Can cover man. DRC would be great, he played poorly as an Eagle playing zone, but he was great at Cardinals, who ran a 3-4 scheme and covered man. Cary Williams would also be ok, he knows Pagano's scheme and is 6'1.

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I'm not harpy with Brent Grimes. We need a Big CB who Can cover man. DRC would be great, he played poorly as an Eagle playing zone, but he was great at Cardinals, who ran a 3-4 scheme and covered man. Cary Williams would also be ok, he knows Pagano's scheme and is 6'1.

I am a big fan of Williams. If he's healthy and opposite Davis I think we are stacked. 

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Nnamdi asomugha, his release looks inevitable with the eagles cap room, also he did great in a man scheme in oakland and he could help the younger DBs like butler or even williams. Vet minimum perhaps?

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