Safety Kevin Kaesviharn, Cincinnati Bengals -- He might not go for a bargain price because he's one of the best coverage safeties available, but he's probably not going to break the bank. In other words, he won't go for Ed Reed, $6.35-million-a-year money. The safety market hasn't been set. Most of the available safeties are more strong safeties than free safeties.
FS Kevin Kaesviharn Little more than a spare part for much of his career, but has emerged the past two seasons as a very solid nickel defender and a guy some team is going to want to have around. Had six interceptions in 2006.
Possible landing spot: Dallas, Detroit.
I like Kaeshivarn to team with Watkins...perhaps Kevin could play 1st and 2nd downs and both play in the nickel...allows Watkins to keep developing and gives us a good coverage safety to play with Roy on 1st and 2nd downs.