As of right now, if the NFL cannot get a new Collective Bargaining Agreement in place, then the NFL's 2010 regular season will not be a capped year. One would think that not having a salary cap would mean that the richest of the rich NFL owners would pick up every big name free agent player that is on the market, kind of like how the New York Yankees operate every year in Major League Baseball. This is a possibility, but unless a player has been in the league for six years, that player will not be an unrestricted free agent during an uncapped year. Under an uncapped year, any NFL player who has not been in the league for six years will be a restricted free agent, unlike a capped year, where players are eligible after only being in the NFL for four years. This means that all the players wh ...
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