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Yesterday was the first day of NFL free agency. Many top players have already signed new deals; CB Courtland Finnegan is a Ram, OG Carl Nicks is a Buccaneer, and QB Jason Campbell is a Bear. Some of the biggest names off the board the first day, however, were wide receivers. Reggie Wayne, in a surp Continue
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