Strengths and Weaknesses of the 2013 NFL Free-Agent Class

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Strengths and Weaknesses of the 2013 NFL Free-Agent Class
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Similar to the 2013 NFL draft, the strength of this year's free-agent class is in the trenches. Any teams looking for help up front, on either side of the ball, will certainly find it.

Other positions offering rich pickings include wide receiver. Two talented, but temperamental youngsters are joined by a pair of stellar veterans at the top of this group.

The biggest weakness is undoubtedly quarterback. This is despite the presence, however brief, of the MVP of Super Bowl XLVII. There is also little help available at running back, and the cornerback class is short of its usual marquee names.

Here are the main strengths and weaknesses of the 2013 NFL free-agent class, beginning with the strongest position groups.

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