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With the exception of the New York Jets, every team in the NFL lost players to free agentry when their contracts expired last week. Leading the list of 142 players who can now receive offers from any other club in the league are those in the following fanciful lineup.
Offense: Wide Receivers—Ahmad Rashad, Minnesota; Larry Walton, Buffalo. Tight End—Jackie Smith, Dallas. Tackles—John Vella, Oakland; Roger Finnie, St. Louis. Guards—Reggie McKenzie, Buffalo; Noah Jackson, Chicago. Center—Tom Banks, St. Louis. Quarterback—Mike Phipps, Chicago. Running Backs—Larry Csonka, Giants; Wilbur Jackson, 49ers. Kicker—Garo Yepremian, Miami.
Defense: Front Four—"Too Tall" Jones, Dallas; Jeff Yeates, Atlanta; Dave Rowe, Baltimore; Roger Stillwell, Chicago. Linebackers—Stan White, Baltimore; Fulton Kuykendall, Atlanta; Rick Middleton, San Diego. Secondary—Levi Johnson, Detroit; Willie Buchanon, Green Bay; Paul Krause, Minnesota; Ken Houston, Washington. Punter—Herman Weaver, Seattle.
Not a bad team.
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