|OT||Current Team||OT||Current Team|
|Barry Sims||49ers||Matt Light||Patriots|
|Aaron Brant||Bears||Khalif Barnes||Raiders|
|Kevin Shaffer||Bears||Mario Henderson||Raiders|
|Kirk Chambers||Bengals||Langston Walker||Raiders|
|Cornell Green||Bills||Mario Henderson||Raiders|
|Mansfield Wrotto||Bills||Jared Gaither||Ravens|
|Ryan Harris||Broncos||Marshal Yanda||Ravens|
|John St. Clair||Browns||Oniel Cousins||Ravens|
|Jeremy Trueblood||Buccaneers||Jammal Brown||Redskins|
|Jeromey Clary||Chargers||Jermon Bushrod||Saints|
|Ryan O’Callahan||Chiefs||Zach Strief||Saints|
|Charlie Johnson||Colts||Sean Locklear||Seahawks|
|Doug Free||Cowboys||Tyler Polumbus||Seahawks|
|Alex Barron||Cowboys||Ray Willis||Seahawks|
|Justin Blalock||Falcons||Willie Colon||Steelers|
|Damien Woody||Jets||Ephraim Salaam||Texans|
I think every team in the NFC East could be in play here:
Cowboys: I’ve already beaten to death here that the Cowboys were dumb not to franchise Doug Free. They’ll do everything in their power to re-sign Free, and it’s going to cost them. I think the Cowboys could also look to find a player that can play multiple positions. Marshal Yanda would qualify, but he’s going to get big $ wherever he goes, and the Cowboys will be hard-pressed to find room under the cap to sign him in addition to a couple safeties and a DE. They may have to go into yet another season with no virtually no depth along the OL.
Giants: I’ve also beaten to death here that the Giants have the oldest OL in the NFL. They need depth across the board. Like the Cowboys, a player like Yanda that can play a few positions could be an option. Otherwise, I think the Giants are far more vulnerable on the interior OL than they are on the outside.
Redskins: The Skins will have to decide if they want to try to re-sign Jammal Brown. If they don’t, I think it’s pretty fair to say that the trade they made to acquire him from the Saints was a bad one. Unlike the Giants and Cowboys, the Skins have some room to operate under the cap. I could see them making a strong run at a couple of younger guys in Doug Free or Justin Blalock of the Falcons.
Eagles: I could only see the Eagles making a run at an OT if they don’t believe Winston Justice is the answer at RT. Doug Free could be an option as an athletic RT protecting Michael Vick’s blindside. They’d be able to offset some of that cost by trading Justice and his $2.7 million salary for a mid-late round pick. Jared Gaither could also be an intriguing option as a player to challenge Justice. He could come cheaply if teams around the NFL are scared off by his back issues.