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    Richard Marshall?

    A second round tender on him. A young starting CB decent size and speed. Would he be worth a second? I would love this move.

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    Re: Richard Marshall?

    It'd be hard to find a second rounder that could contribute as much as Marshall could. Plus he's young and may still have some upside.

    He's a smaller corner, so I'm not sure how he'd fit in our system, but it's definitely worth inviting him in for a looksee.

    How likely would the Panthers match an offer for Marshall? Good corners are hard to come by.

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    Re: Richard Marshall?

    ProFootballTalk agrees...

    Richard Marshall could be intriguing target

    Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on March 3, 2010 7:57 PM ET

    As we sift through the rubble of Wednesday's restricted free agency eruption, we're putting together a mental list of players that could be targeted for offer sheets.

    Add Carolina cornerback Richard Marshall to the list. He was tendered at a second-round level, which isn't too high for a starter coming off an impressive season.

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    They're just looking to see where to begin negotiations with Marshall by letting some other team make him an offer. I doubt they actually let him walk for a second.


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    Re: Richard Marshall?

    I guess a better question is can the Steelers sign him to a long term deal? No point in giving up a second round pick to a player they can't resign.


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