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The NFL Wide Receiver Market Turning into a Buyer

LEBANON - JANUARY 14: New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress warms his hands as he arrives at the Lebanon County Courthouse January 14, 2009 in Lebanon, Pa.  Burress is scheduled to appear in a civil trial in a dispute with an automobile dealer over what he owes in damages to a vehicle supplied to him by the dealership. (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)
Football ManiaxsSenior Writer IJune 24, 2009

By Dean Eversole.

Economics is based on a concept of supply and demand; the higher the supply, the lower the cost, the higher the demand the higher the cost. Currently in the NFL, the supply of game changing wide receivers is at an all-time high.

Burress’ odyssey is well documented, after all it is not often that a NFL player, or any individual for that matter, discharges an illegal firearm inflicting a self induced wound. But, Burress pulled off the stunt, leaving his career tumbling in the wind.

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