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25 Jul 2011, 05:03pm by Rivers McCown

ESPN: Ten Best NFL Bargain Free Agents

It's always sure to start an argument when you use the term "bargain," so without further adieu, here are ten players who could be somewhat overlooked in free agency.

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25 Jul 2011, 04:50pm by Rivers McCown

ESPN: Ten Best Fits For 2011 NFL Free Agents

What are the best landing spots for some of the better free agents in the NFL? Nnamdi Asomugha, Eric Weddle, Charles Johnson, and others are handed new locations.

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24 Jul 2011, 08:34am by Rivers McCown

Sources: Deal To End Lockout Reached

Hey, chumps and chumpettes. Did you get the bomb out? Can I go back to watching the sport I love?

Yes. Per Adam Schefter and the ESPN crew, all of the remaining problems have been ironed out. The likely scenario sees a press conference on Monday, and sets up free agency to begin next Saturday.

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20 Jul 2011, 05:35pm by Rivers McCown

ESPN: Five Teams in Danger in Free Agency

The five teams that have the most to lose in free agency. Who has a lot to do after the lockout is over?

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20 Jul 2011, 10:50am by Rivers McCown

Report: 75 Ex-Players Sue NFL

Take one step forward if you're a sports league that thinks it is through with courtroom battles for the time being. Not so fast, NFL.

Per TMZ, a number of retired players have seen their shadows and are suing the NFL, claiming that the league covered up just how damaging concussions are for the past 90 years. If I'm reading my chart correctly, I think that means at least six more years of well-meaning concussion commercials.

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19 comments, Last at 23 Jul 2011, 4:20am by Whatev

19 Jul 2011, 01:52pm by Rivers McCown

Free Agents You Meet in Hell

Bill Barnwell's latest for Grantland is a look at free agent groups that have traditionally yielded very poor results for buying teams. Regular readers of this site will not be surprised to see older running backs on the list.

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44 comments, Last at 23 Jul 2011, 11:29am by dwshafiz

19 Jul 2011, 08:43am by Rivers McCown

Sources: Jackson, Mankins Push For Compensation

One of the last hurdles in the way of a new CBA appears to be settling with the plaintiffs of Brady vs. the NFL. While most of the players involved don't have much of a reason to ask for special treatment, a pair of players embittered by the franchise tag are speaking up. Logan Mankins and Vincent Jackson are demanding to either become unrestricted free agents or be compensated a cool $10 million for their troubles landing a long-term deal with the Patriots and Chargers, respectively.

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16 Jul 2011, 10:40am by Rivers McCown

The Giants’ 2011 OL Eerily Resembles the Cowboys’ OL of 2010

Blogging The Beast has a look at the average ages of each team's projected starting offensive line going into the 2011 season. Dallas, which had the oldest line last year, drops to sixth with the addition of Tyron Smith. The Giants, on the other hand, are projected to have the oldest starting five by an average of almost 20 months.

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15 Jul 2011, 11:17am by Rivers McCown

Georgia Tech Vacates 2009 ACC Title

According to the NCAA, Demaryius Thomas and Morgan Burnett, among others, should have been declared ineligible. Thus, Georgia Tech's football program will go on probation for four years and it has been stripped of the 2009 ACC Championship.

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16 comments, Last at 23 Jul 2011, 12:31am by Josh T.

15 Jul 2011, 11:01am by Rivers McCown

People Familiar With Talks: NFL Tentative Agreement In Principle Could Come Within 24 Hours

Possibly, maybe. We may want to hedge that title a little more.

Other links of interest as the lockout supposedly enters it's death knells:
-Our own Doug Farrar checks in on what the new salary cap is, and what that may mean for certain franchises that will now have to start spending.
-Sports Business Journal's Daniel Kaplan with a look at the lack of revenue sharing solutions in the deal and how that may grow animosity between big-market and small-market clubs.

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15 comments, Last at 23 Jul 2011, 3:37pm by Bobo