Around the League: Free Agent DTs

The Vikings appear set at defensive tackle, but there are a few decent ones scheduled to become free agents. See what the beat writers that cover them have to say.

  • Arizona Cardinals NT Russell Davis, who becomes an unrestricted free agent, is a decent veteran worth bringing back.

  • Baltimore Ravens NT Maake Kemoeatu is a big-bodied cog in the middle and has surprising quickness. The Ravens will try to keep Kemoeatu from becoming an unrestricted free agent in March.

  • Seattle Seahawks DT Ricky Bernard collected two sacks as Seattle got a pass rush without blitzing. Bernard had 8.5 sacks during the regular season. He is a free agent after the season.

  • Denver Broncos DT Gerard Warren is one of Denver's top free agents. Warren had a good season and was a solution to the Broncos' problems at defensive tackle. But Warren will probably get interest on the open market because he is athletic and strong inside, and solid defensive tackles are always in demand.

  • St. Louis Rams DT Damione Lewis hasn't lived up to expectations after being the 12th overall pick in the 2001 draft. He is solid, but he will be a free agent in March.

  • Buffalo Bills DT Ron Edwards, who has suffered two season-ending shoulder injuries, would be a risky re-signing as an unrestricted free agent.

  • Baltimore Ravens DT Anthony Weaver would have had his best season except he was bothered by leg and back injuries. The Ravens will try to keep Weaver from becoming an unrestricted free agent in March.

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