It is that time of year again. You know, the time of year when technically the days are getting longer and brighter, while the bulb in Al Davis' head never seems to change? That, and it's alsoáthe time of year when fans of teams on the outside of the postseason start looking ahead to the Draftáand what may come from free-agency. If no CBA isásigned with the PlayersáUnion, free-agency willábe much different than it has been.á Any player that signed as a rookie less than six years ago but has an expiring contract, willánot be a UFA, but rather an RFA. Meaning that, anáNFL playeráis required to play six years with the team that selected him before becoming an Unrestricted Free Agent. Moreover, NFL clubs will have three franchise tags instead of one, while clubs that finish in the F ...
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