There are some big names still on the market. Most of you know about Terrell Owens. But here’s a rundown of other longtime starters who remain unsigned, with a quick explanation for why.
Arizona OT Mike Gandy: Major liability in pass protection.
Baltimore WR Kelley Washington: Solid No. 4 receiver and special teams contributor. The guess here is he’s demanding too much money.
Carolina G Keydrick Vincent: Hard to explain this one. He was near Pro Bowl caliber as a run-blocker last season.
Chicago DE Adewale Ogunleye: Was slowing down before serious leg injury late last season.
Dallas LT Flozell Adams: At 35, too lumbering to survive on an island in pass protection. (Though it's worth noting that, with the injury to Willie Colon, Adams is reportedly visiting with the Steelers.)
Houston G Chester Pitts: Coming off serious knee injury.
Kansas City S Mike Brown: Struggled making tackles in open space last season.
St. Louis TE Randy McMichael: Attitude is iffy, but not nearly as iffy as his blocking.
San Francisco CB Dre’ Bly: Insiders don’t respect his toughness. Cocky demeanor no longer serves him well.
Seattle CB Ken Lucas: Confidence seems shot after miserable ’09 campaign.
Tennessee LB Keith Bulluck: Teams are just waiting out his ACL recovery. He’ll sign somewhere.
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