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CBS Sports : declared in Agent’s Take: Let’s connect the dots for 26 teams in NFL free agency

according to Offensive line coach Bill Callahan was offensive coordinator and offensive line with the Cowboys for three years right before joining the Redskins in 2015.
Offensive line coach Joe Philbin was Lang’s offensive coordinator in Green Bay for three seasons before he became Dolphins head coach in 2012.
Seattle SeahawksThe Seahawks allocated the least amount of resources in the NFL to offensive line in 2016.
Defensive coordinator Teryl Austin was defensive backs coach with the Cardinals in 2008 and 2009, Campbell’s first two NFL seasons.
If he can find a team to pay him like a left tackle, Ravens right tackle Ricky Wagner might actually be an improvement.

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2017 NFL free agency: Top 101 available players

51) Charles Johnson, Carolina Panthers defensive end: Johnson’s one-year, $3 million contract with Carolina last offseason was one of the best bargains in all of free agency.
98) Terrell McClain, Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle: An afterthought for five NFL seasons, McClain emerged as Dallas’ most versatile defensive lineman, flashing big-play ability in 2016.
67) Dwight Freeney, Atlanta Falcons defensive end: He continues to create pressure in big games, no matter which contender signs him.
6) Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears wide receiver: Despite injury concerns, a PED suspension and a somewhat incomplete skill set, Jeffery could become the highest-paid receiver in football.
20) DeSean Jackson, Washington Redskins wide receiver: Still in his prime, Jackson led the league with 17.9 yards per catch as a dangerous deep threat.

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