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Free Agent Rankings: Guards

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

Top Five Offensive Guards

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1

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Chris Kemoeatu

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Hulking left guard is most comfortable as a run blocker. Can pull and get out in space. Didn't develop into a Pro Bowl player, but he is a solid starter.

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2

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Derrick Dockery

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Recently cut by the Bills. Best suited to an offense that is run heavy. Has excellent size and is very durable.

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3

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Brandon Moore

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Quality run-blocking guard has started 16 games each of the last four years. Former defensive lineman is an aggressive blocker.

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4

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Pete Kendall

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Kendall will turn 36 this summer, but he is still a good blocker. Can be an outstanding run blocker. Athletic defensive linemen will give him problems.

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5

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Mike Goff

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Another veteran lineman. Has started to show his age a little bit, but remains an effective starter.

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