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CBS' Pete Prisco lists his top 50 free agents

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Keenan Lewis & Alan Branch please. Although I don't know if either are planning on resigning at all.

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It looks like this year has a ton of OL and that's something that we could use. We don't have a bad offensive line, but with a few injuries it could end up that way. So one of those free agents would be a great addition. Besides that I see no one that would be worth the money.

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give me canty, brandon moore, cherilus, and sean smith.

thanks.

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Pat Sims + Louis Vasquez would be great. I don't see either being hugely expensive, though not cheap either. We'd shore up two big positions of need and free ourselves up to take the BPA in the draft.

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http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/21831646/lets-play-matchmaker-finding-the-ideal-free-agent-for-each-nfl-team

Carolina Panthers

Best match: Desmond Bryant, DT, Oakland

The middle of their defense is horrible. They could use a rising player inside and, despite his arrest, Bryant is that type of player.

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