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Jason Jones, DT, TEN - Jones is technically listed as a defensive tackle, but he plays everywhere on the defensive line. Although injuries have been a problem, he's on the verge of becoming one of the league's most disruptive defensive linemen. He posted five sacks as a rotational player in his 2008 rookie year, and he totaled four sacks and 5.5 tackles for loss in his first five games last year before shoulder troubles ended his season. He has earned a starting spot at defensive tackle this offseason, and he might be able to play as an edge rusher on passing downs given the injuries limiting projected starting defensive ends William Hayes (knee) and Derrick Morgan (calf).
Chris Clemons, DE, SEA - The Pete Carroll defense looks like it will be a disaster in non-fantasy terms, but it might result in fine IDP numbers for Clemons. The team is basically playing a lopsided 3-4, with pure defensive tackle Red Bryant being listed at defensive
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