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Aubrayo Franklin visited Falcons on Monday

Free-agent DT Aubrayo Franklin visited the Falcons on Monday, according to a league source.

Playbook: Monday tape study notebook

Another exciting week of games on Sunday – which means another interesting day of Monday tape study.

Market for defensive tackles slowly forming

Many of the top free agents at defensive tackle are still available, and the market for their services has been slow to form, according to agents and general managers to whom I’ve talked.

Redskins looking for DTs, life after Haynesworth

The Redskins’ pursuit of free-agent defensive tackles is another sign that Albert Haynesworth‘s days in D.C. likely are numbered.

La Canfora: Possible replacements for Haynesworth

The Washington Redskins, clearly in a rebuilding mode, have a few areas in need of improvement. But when NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora was asked during his Wednesday chat about what the Redskins need to do when free agency begins, he had focused on one position.

Franklin is no-show for 49ers

One of the best players not in camp right now (while the rest of his team is) is 49ers NT Aubrayo Franklin.

Niners aim to work out long-term deal for Franklin

Niners GM Scot McCloughan said it’s “50-50 right now” the team will be able to work out a long-term deal with NT Aubrayo Franklin, who was given the non-exclusive franchise tag earlier this week.

Steelers expected to tag NT Hampton, K Reed

The Steelers are planning to use their franchise tag on NT Casey Hampton and their transition tag on K Jeff Reed, barring a late breakthrough in contract negotiations, according to a league source.

Packers NT Pickett expects franchise tag

Packers NT Ryan Pickett expects to receive the franchise tag soon, according to a league source.

Niners use non-exclusive franchise tag on Franklin

The 49ers announced Tuesday that they have placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on NT Aubrayo Franklin, who was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent next month.

Among franchise tag options, defenders reign supreme

We are now less than a week from the deadline (Feb. 25) by which teams must apply the franchise tag to prevent potential unrestricted free agents from hitting the market. Who will get tagged?

Jay Cutler strikes (out)

Jay cutler thorws another red-zone pick.

Roundup: Orton managing just fine in Denver

Chicago Tribune columnist Rick Morrissey writes that what Bears fans didn’t like about Kyle Orton as a quarterback, fans in Denver have completely accepted. What Orton lacks in style, he more than makes up for in results. He’s 25-12 as a starter.

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