Posted May 11, 2012 on nwe.scout.com
Teams are finding that you don't need to overpay for a clutch kicker when there's talent available in the Draft. The Patriots may have set the precedent by parting ways with Adam Vinatieri, but other teams -- like the Eagles and Vikings -- have come to similar conclusions.
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