Most of these are from the URFA list. Just thinking with the switch to defensive schemes we are going to need some help. I know many of these guys may be out of our range so I'm not expecting to get alot from this group but even just one would help. Darren Sproles RB San Diego - We all know how bad our return game was and he would immediately help. If Ward leaves, Ben Tate will be our big back and when have we had a legitimate scat back? Mark Clayton WR St Louis - This dude had quite a quiet season but he was putting up numbers before his injury. I think he would be a legit #2. AJ is not getting any younger and quite frankly if he goes down again this season this improves our ability to bump everyone else up. Santana Moss WR Washington - 93 receptions, 1,115 yards and 6TDs. That's quite the resume and he would make an awesome tandem with AJ. He also did well in a system that is either the same or similiar to ours. Get a WR and we can take that off our draft list. Steve Breaston WR Arizona RFA - probably a long shot to get him but I put him in that Mark Clayton category except he easily becomes our #2. Olin Kruetz Center Chicago - I can't say I know if he fits our scheme or not but I just know that DTs will not bust up the middle of our offense if he were the Center. Marcus Spears DE Dallas - Obviously he's got familiarity with our defense because of his tenure with Wade Phillips. I don't know if we have any DEs on our current roster that fit like he does. Plus we all wanted him on draft day back in 05. Richard Seymour DE Oak - He's freakin Richard Seymour! Seriously though, didn't he play in a 3-4 at times with New England? Pat Williams DT Minn - Best DT currently an URFA Okay here's where I think we really need to focus though Namdi Asomugha CB Oak - Need I say more? Ike Taylor CB Pittsburgh - Familiarity with the 3-4 defense. Also he steadily puts up numbers in the tackles (60-70 range) ints(1-2 a season) and passes defensed (13-16 per season) throughout his career. If we want to be a good team we got to be a consistent team and that starts with consistent play. Champ Bailey - Dude's two INTS still would've put him at #3 on our INT leaders or something right? Plus I think this would be a defensive leader for a very young secondary. I also hear he is willing to go to FS to prolong his career. An All Pro CB that WANTS to play FS is always going to be a good move (think Rod Woodson). Chris Carr CB Baltimore - young talent that could be here for a while. Seems to have just had his best year in his career while in Baltimore. Isn't he a punt returner also? Carlos Rogers CB Washington - has familiarity with a 3-4 scheme. Avgs 12 pass defensed a year, and 1 INT a season. Brodney Pool FS NYJ - Ha put together two solid seasons in a row with Cleveland and NYJ, only 26 yrs old. Phil Dawson and Adam Viniateri - Either one of these are better than Rackers. Take away one of Indy's strengths. Sam Koch or Sepulveda Punters - Matt Turk do not want. Our defense stunk and alot of it had to do with his 32 yard punts.