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NFL Free Agency is under way and teams are on a spending spree signing players to help them remain a playoff team or get to the playoffs in 2013. One team in particular, the Miami Dolphins, are on a major spending spree in order to upgrade. There is nothing wrong with signing free agents, especially this year, where there are talented players that teams can sign to help build their team... Read more
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