2010 NFL Mock Draft: Two-Round November Edition

Posted: 26th November 2009 by Michael Schottey in NFL
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In January, the redshirt sophomores and juniors of the college football world have big decisions to make. The 2010 NFL Draft could be the last year in which players and agents have leeway to negotiate rookie contracts freely. It is widely expected that a rookie salary scale will be in place by the 2011 NFL Draft. Roger Goodell has called the current rookie pay system, "ridiculous." Furthermore, the NFL salary cap might not be long for this world—creating a salary structure similar to (hopefully less insane than) major league baseball. If a rookie comes out next April, he will experience the best of both worlds—a huge rookie contract and a shot at true riches if the league stays uncapped. In 2011, that same rookie could end up suffering through relative poverty for a season or t ...

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