Lenny P. at ESPN Insider (sub.required) has this to say:
The Cowboys, too, need to begin looking down the road at their long-term situation at quarterback. Owner Jerry Jones has never been shy about taking a financial risk (see: Chad Hutchinson and Drew Henson) on a young quarterback. The upshot of all the Harrington maneuvering: It might not be until right before the draft that he has a new home.
Don't buy it.
One personnel director's list of the Top 10 unrestricted players remaining in a very diluted free-agent pool: cornerback Charles Woodson (Oakland), linebacker LaVar Arrington (Washington), cornerback Ty Law (New York Jets), defensive end Demetric Evans (Washington), center Trey Teague (Buffalo), linebacker Keith Adams (Philadelphia), defensive tackle Grady Jackson (Green Bay), defensive end Lance Johnstone (Minnesota), cornerback Eric Warfield (Kansas City) and linebacker Nick Greisen (New York Giants).
Anybody on that list interest you?
Free agent safety Keion Carpenter did not have a good season in Atlanta in 2005. But some team seeking a No. 3 or No. 4 safety who is a real student of the game, a terrific tutor for younger players and a good locker-room guy might consider him. Carpenter is like a coach on the field and, indeed, coaching might well be his next profession.
Drew Henson has his new diary up and I have to give him credit, he's getting better - on the field and on the written page.