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Free Agent Rankings: Fullbacks

Here's a look at the top 5 players at each position as free agency gets underway ...

Top Five Fullbacks

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1

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Leonard Weaver

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All-purpose fullback, but not a great lead blocker. Teams who like to get the ball to the fullback will value his ability.

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2

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Tony Richardson

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Veteran fullback has plowed over a lot of linebackers in his career. He will turn 38 in 2009, but remains a very good lead blocker.

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3

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Terrelle Smith

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Solid blocker with some tread left on the tire.

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4

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Lorenzo Neal

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Former great blocker has worn down, but can still be effective with limited snaps.

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5

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Justin Griffith

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Griffith is somewhat of a tweener type of fullback. He's a solid blocker and receiver. Lacks ideal size.

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