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Morning Links-2/27

-Bart Scott is now in play and will visit the Jets, who are speculated as a favorite to land him.

-The Jets are apparently looking to sign Pittsburgh's starting left guard for the second straight year.

-David Clowney is going nowhere.

-Abe Elam got the lowest restricted free agent tender the Jets could give, meaning they get no Draft pick if he signs somewhere else. He is just not worth the money a higher tender would command.

-Kurt Warner and the Cardinals still have not reached a deal. This just gives Warner more leverage. It would be shocking if he left the desert.

-The Redskins gave Albert Haynesworth crazy money. It is so unlike Washington to throw a ton of cash at a big name. At 6'6" and 320 pounds, he would have made an ideal end in the Jets' 3-4, especially considering how he fights blocks. However, ends are not playmakers in this system, and there was no reason to pursue a guy who would command such a big deal for that role.

-The Dolphins signed former Giants and Raiders safety Gibril Wilson in addition to keeping their three free agents. The fact they did not have to use the franchise tag is impressive.