Found March 11, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
As the official start of NFL Free Agency nears, I take a look at the prospects and provide my top 5 for each position. Keeping things short and sweet with my blunt, occasionally offensive statements as always.   Follow me @PhiLthyMcNasty_ Defensive Line: 1.  Henry Melton Franchised by Chicago this off-season. They knew they could have lost a serious  defensive stud in Melton, so they were willing to give up the cash. The man is more deserving of a big-time contract, but I guess the Bears want to make sure last season wasn’t a fluke. The dude was eating up QB’s more than fellow Pro Bowlers Julius Peppers and Brian Urlacher. He’s 26. His upside is ridiculous. Pay this man. “Yum Yum Yum Yum” 2.  Anthony Spencer Franchised by Dallas. His still relatively young (29), quick, and can cause problems for both a team’s running game and quarterback concussion count. Spencer is versatile at both DE and OLB with his quickness and ability to contain. 3.  Michael Johnson Franchised by Cincy....
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