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Barry Cofield could be on a team soon; Still needs about a month to recover

Barry Cofield is healing good. He could have a home soon

Barry Cofield is healing good. He could have a home soon

Defensive lineman Barry Cofield the former Washington Redskin could be finding a team soon. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media Insiders, Cofield is 4-6 weeks out from being fully ready to play.  He likely has not been cleared yet from abdomen and groin surgeries, but the big bodied D-Lineman could be a great option for a team like the Lions who lost both Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh. 

Ian Rapoport    @RapSheet
Name to watch as the season looms: DT Barry Cofield. Recovering from groin, abdomen surgeries, ready in 4-6 wks. Starter available in Sept.

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