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How recent Super Bowl winners made free agency work

Even though NFL players generally make less than their counterparts in MLB and NBA, that doesn’t stop the rampant grousing about escalating contracts in professional football come the arrival of free agency. In fact, one of the things you can reliably count on each year is sermonizing from self-professed roster experts about how supposedly smart teams eschew the open market and...
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Seattle Seahawks: Analyzing the tight end situation

The Seattle Seahawks have a minor offensive setback at tight end, as Zach Miller has to undergo ankle surgery. His replacements include Luke Willson, Cooper Helfet, Garry Gilliam and Cassius Marsh. Several news outlets have analyzed the ramifications of Miller’s absence, namely his zone blocking ability. Dave Boling of The Tacoma News Tribune believes there is no one-for-one replacement...
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October 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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