The latest one of these rejuvenated players could be Zach Thomas, once a ferocious linebacker for Miami who sat out two-thirds of last season because of concussions and migraines. In Bill Parcells' new Dolphin world order, Thomas, who will be 35 next season, was expendable. But in New England, where senior citizen linebackers are welcomed with open arms, Thomas may have found the perfect fit. Already, the Patriots reportedly offered him a contract. Thomas will take a look around the league to see what else is available. New Orleans and Dallas are expected to be on his travel schedule. But given the stage of his career, it wouldn't be surprising to see Thomas land where he believes his chances of winning a Super Bowl ring were best.