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Leonard Davis to the Skins?

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I have been hearing reports that they have come to a contract agreement, nothing official yet.

Intresting they didnt have much room in their cap but yet they are making pretty big moves... :blink:

Yeah but the Bengals have less then 3 million to spend. Look at all the Redskins with significant contracts, don't understand why we have less then 3 million to spend. I left some players off the list but can pull them out if people start saying that T.J. has a big contract for us, we got T.J. at a discount.

Shawn Springs

Jason Campbell (1st round pick) London Fletcher

Clinton Portis Fred Smoot

Antwaan Randle-El Leonard Davis

Santana Moss

Jon Jansen

Chris Samuels

Andre Carter

Marcus Washington

Carlos Rogers

Adam Archuleta

Sean Taylor

Cornelius Griffin

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The Bengals have far more than $3m in cap space. That's the number Hobson gives after he Hobsonizes out the $3-4 million they'll need in June to sign rooks, and a couple mil for an injury reserve during the season, and the $14-15m they have out in tenders to Justin and the RFAs.

So the Bengals actually have about $20m in cap space. But they either won't spend it now, or have it reserved for a group of largely average players.

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Cowboys to add Davis to offensive line

By Michael Smith


The Dallas Cowboys are finalizing an agreement with free agent offensive lineman Leonard Davis, the second pick in the 2001 NFL draft who has played the last six seasons for the Arizona Cardinals, a source with knowledge of the negotiations told ESPN.com.

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Offensive tackle Leonard Davis is No. 8 on ESPN.com's list of the top NFL free agents on the market. Story

Davis, 6-feet-6, 366 pounds, is expected to play either right tackle or right guard for the Cowboys, depending on the resolution of contract talks with current Cowboys right tackle Marc Columbo, an unrestricted free agent the Cowboys hope to re-sign.

Davis' contract is expected to exceed the free agent deals of Bills guard Derrick Dockery (7 years, $49 million) and Browns guard Eric Steinbach (7 years, $49.5 million).

Davis visted the Washington Redskins and was considering a visit to the New York Giants, but decided on the Cowboys due to a desire to stay close to his hometown of Wortham, Texas, just south of Dallas.

Davis was an All-America tackle at the University of Texas, and played his first three seasons at guard for the Cardinals before switching to tackle the last three seasons.

Senior writer Michael Smith covers the NFL for ESPN.com.


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