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DT B.J. Raji would allow Cleveland to move Shaun Rogers to DE full time. But Curry, who can play inside or outside LB, is a better sideline-to-sideline fit for Eric Mangini's 3--4.
Cincinnati can line up Raji (6'2", 337) alongside free-agent pickup Tank Johnson on the inside of its 4--3, giving coach Marvin Lewis the run stoppers he's always wanted.
Oakland will be tempted by the quality tackles still available here, but when in doubt, longball-loving Al Davis usually looks for speed at the wideout position.
Coach Jack Del Rio loves LB Rey Maualuga, and the USC product is a real possibility here. Monroe (6'5", 309), however, gives Jacksonville a Week 1 starter at LT.
Green Bay will think hard about choosing Michael Crabtree or Aaron Maybin, but with longtime starting tackle Chad Clifton turning 33 this year, Smith is a good fit here.