Corners are always a premium market in free agency, and things are moving as quickly as expected.
One of the top corners available is Carlos Rogers, who is coming off a Pro Bowl season with the 49ers. San Francisco’s signing of Perrish Cox means Rogers likely won’t be back, and both the Titans and Rams are considered possible destinations.
The Titans opted not to retain Cortland Finnegan, and Rogers represents the bigger kind of corner that defensive coordinator Jerry Gray likes on his defense. Finnegan is visiting with the Rams, but if they can’t get a deal done, Rogers could be in play there.
If Rogers did sign with St. Louis, it would reunite him with defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who used a first-round pick on him with the Redskins in 2005.
Brandon Carr, the other top corner on the market, is expected to sign a deal with the Cowboys.
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