I have always been a fan of Michael Huff ever since he came out of college. Michael Huff was probably one of the better, more athletic safeties to come out in the draft.
The year that he came out with Donte Whitner he looked like he was going to be a better prospect. After several horrible years with the Raiders he was released. This year the Baltimore Ravens signed him to hopefully replace Ed Reed, but that didn’t work. Today the Baltimore Ravens released the former draft pick.
My question is could he return back to the bay area, at a cheaper price? He could fit in very well with Charles Woodson in the secondary.
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