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Former UW standout Taylor Rapp says he’s ‘the most versatile safety in this draft’ - Austin Gayle
“I think I’m very versatile, the most versatile safety in this draft,” Rapp said in a February interview with Pro Football Focus. “I think I can do it all. I think I can play in the deep third. I can run the alley. I can tackle. I have a high football IQ. I can rush the passer. I can blitz. I can cover. I think I’m the full package. I can do everything.”

The best low-budget options available in free agency - Michael Renner
This one is obvious. The former first-rounder has managed only 1,266 snaps in his entire five-year career, and he’s played all of 323 snaps since his breakout sophomore campaign that saw him earn an 88.4 overall grade. There’s no way anyone is willing to give Verrett anything significant with his injury history, but if healthy (a big if) he’s a starting corner.

K.J. Wright should lead Chargers' free-agent shopping list - Eric D. Williams
"K.J. has been a really, really important part of what we have been doing and we would love to have him back," Seahawks GM John Schneider said during the NFL scouting combine last week. "It's just a matter of him, and if his people are going to figure out and get a good lay of the land this week in terms of speaking with other teams, but obviously we are going to stay in close communication with him."

Report: Thomas Davis, Chargers Agree to 2-Year, $10.5 Million Contract - Kyle Newport
Davis had been a key piece in the middle of the Panthers defense for more than a decade. Even as he aged, he remained productive. The soon-to-be 36-year-old is coming off a season in which he piled up 79 tackles, two fumble recoveries and six pass breakups.

Ex-Panthers LB Thomas Davis to join Chargers - ESPN
Davis also was a team captain the past eight seasons and the 2014 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award winner for his foundation's community work with kids in North and South Carolina, as well as his home state of Georgia.

5 things to know about new Los Angeles Chargers LB Thomas Davis - Gavino Borquez
Linebacker Thomas Davis is set to join the Chargers once free agent signings become official on March 13. The 35-year old agreed to a two-year, $10.5 million contract to leave the Panthers and join the Bolts.

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