NFL franchise players announced

Franchise player designations were announced Thursday for the 2009 NFL free agency signing period that begins on Feb. 27. San Diego Chargers running back, Darrin Sproles, is among them.

A club can designate one franchise player in any given year.

2009 FRANCHISE PLAYERS

Arizona: Karlos Dansby, LB
Atlanta: Michael Koenen P
Baltimore: Terrell Suggs, LB
Carolina: Julius Peppers, DE
Cincinnati: Shayne Graham , K
Houston: Dunta Robinson, DB
New England: Matt Cassel, QB
New York Giants: Brandon Jacobs, RB
Pittsburgh: Max Starks, T
San Diego: Darren Sproles, RB
St. Louis: Oshiomogho Atogwe, DB
Seattle: Leroy Hill, LB
Tampa Bay: Antonio Bryant, WR
Tennessee: Bo Scaife, TE

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