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Good, bad and worse of NFL offseason

June 22, 2007

By Clark Judge

CBS SportsLine.com Senior Writer

Tell Clark your opinion!

Officially, it's summer. Unofficially, it's non-football season everywhere but Frankfurt and Canada. Which means it's the ideal time to dissect what happened before the NFL went on vacation.

I'm talking about offseason moves, and which acquisitions we like and which we don't. Now, before I get started, I'd like to get something straight: There will be no mention of linebacker Adalius Thomas or Nate Clements.

Takeo Spikes will boost Philadelphia's linebacking corps, which struggled last season. (AP)

They were the top two unrestricted free agents in this year's market, so naturally they should make their next teams better. And they will. New England's flexible defenses are a perfect fit for the versatile Thomas, and Clements is an ideal partner for Walt Harris in San Francisco.

So what's not to like other than the cost of doing business? Now that we have that resolved, let's begin. Some of these guys are under the radar; some aren't. But all should make a difference

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