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is he as good as we hope he'll be, or are there other players in the market? i guess he's projected top 10 for a reason..i just hope we make the right choice.

(sourced from rotoworld.com)

Behold: The Top-50 Unrestricted Free Agents for 2010. (i cut it down to top 10)

Previous team is listed in parenthesis.

1. Julius Peppers, DE (Panthers): He's not Reggie White, but Peppers is the best pass rusher to hit free agency since. He'll cost an insane amount of money for a player with inconsistent effort, but is undoubtedly one of the most talented players in the league. Seattle, Washington, and Chicago are possibilities.

2. Karlos Dansby, LB (Cardinals): It's a big drop to number two on this list. Dansby is a smart, versatile linebacker that excels in coverage. He a knack for big plays, but has yet to make a single Pro Bowl.

3. Dunta Robinson, CB (Texans): He's a good, not great young cornerback that is about to be paid like a Hall of Famer. The Falcons are interested.

4. Aaron Kampman, DE (Packers): Kampman looked like a fish out of water as a linebacker in Green Bay's 3-4 defense. He fits better as a rock solid starting defensive end. He's coming off a torn ACL.

5. Antonio Bryant, WR (Bucs): Sure, he's a head case. But he's a head case in his prime that can stretch the field! Towels not included.

6. Antrel Rolle, S (Cardinals): He's going to do well for someone that was once benched for Rod Hood. A failed cornerback, Rolle is an above-average free safety. In this market, he may become the richest player at his position.

7. Leigh Bodden, CB (Patriots): A solid starting cornerback that has size and playmaking ability. He should be a better value than Dunta Robinson.

8. Chad Clifton, T (Packers): Clifton has some knocks against him (34 years old, so-so run blocker), but he's easily the best pass protector on the market.

9. Dwan Edwards, DE (Ravens): Young linemen that don't mind doing the dirty work are hard to find. The Ravens pedigree helps.

10. Gary Brackett, LB (Colts): A classic undersized linebacker with incredible leadership skills, Brackett is worth more to the Colts than anyone else.

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