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  1. A guide to Insider's free-agent evaluation process and grading sy...

    ESPN.com staff

    A guide to Insider's NFL free-agent evaluation process and grading system.

    Story | Conversation | February 25, 2014
  2. AFC East links: Starks and the franchise tag

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    Buffalo Bills Gary Horton and Field Yates break down the Bills and examine what the team needs to accomplish in free agency. Jerry Sullivan of The Buffalo News offers his thoughts on the future of guard Andy Levitre. "I wouldn't pay Levitre el...

    Blog | March 04, 2013
  3. A Bears defense without Brian Urlacher

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    How would Chicago's defense fare if linebacker Brian Urlacher missees serious time this year? Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton examines: Much intrigue has surrounded Brian Urlacher and his left knee issues in the past few weeks. What kind of medical proced...

    Blog | August 31, 2012
  4. AFC East links: Hernandez's time to shine?

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    Buffalo Bills The Bills and Jets defenses should be among the most improved in the league , according to Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton. BuffaloBills.com's Chris Brown checks in with offensive lineman Eric Wood, who has been rehabbing from a torn AC...

    Blog | July 04, 2012
  5. Can Reggie Bush lead the NFL in rushing?

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    Dolphins running back Reggie Bush recently said that one of his goals for the coming season is to lead the league is rushing. Is that realistic? ESPN Insider's Gary Horton explores: You love to see players who exude confidence and Reggie Bush is one...

    Blog | June 22, 2012
  6. NFL32: What we learned about young QBs

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    Trent Dilfer and Jon Ritchie give their biggest takeaways from Week 7; The "Caveman" Gary Horton tells us what he learned from Tim Tebow's win against the Miami Dolphins; and Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray breaks Emmitt Smith's single-gam...

    Blog | October 24, 2011