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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2005 11:35 am    Post subject: Restricted FA's to possibly consider Reply with quote

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DT Rocky Bernard, Seattle (compensation: fifth round): Only three starts in 42 regular-season appearances, but just 25 years old and a very active inside player. Has 9 career sacks and, while not a masher, can get through the gaps and occasionally attack the pocket. Visited with Houston officials last Friday and the Jets are said to be interested as well.

- For Kelly Herndon, a restricted free-agent cornerback from the Denver Broncos, it seems life is about to get a whole lot fairer. The Broncos tendered Herndon the low-level qualifying offer of $656,000. That means Denver has a right of first refusal on the cornerback. If another team signs Herndon to an offer sheet, the Broncos would have seven days to match the offer. If they matched, they would assume all of the principle conditions of the offer sheet. If they chose not to match, Herndon would move on to the team that signed him to the offer sheet. Because Herndon originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent, Denver would not receive any compensation in terms of draft choices.

OG/OT Kyle Kosier, San Francisco (compensation: seventh round): Tough, versatile blocker who has 29 starts in three seasons. Started nine games at left tackle for the 49ers in 2004 and gave a good accounting. His best position, however, is guard. His progress has probably been stymied a bit by the fact San Francisco has moved him around so much to fill holes on its blocking unit.

FS Brian Russell, Minnesota (compensation: none): Led league with nine interceptions in 2003 but had only one pick last season. Vikings coaches didn't think he was tough enough and that he tackled poorly in space. But as a two-year starter, and a defender who gets around the football, he certainly is worth a look.
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