While skeptics out there continue to say there will be an NFL lockout in 2011, Roger Goodell would be foolish to jeopardize the multibillion dollar machine that has made football America's No. 1 sport.
That being said, with a new CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) in place, the show must go on.
What makes the NFL unique, in the best way, is there are no expiring and guaranteed multimillion dollar contracts that plague the NBA and MLB respectively. This high turnover creates parity and makes every team only a few players away from turning the corner.
Last offseason, without a new CBA in place, we saw one of the most interesting free agencies in recent memory. Any player could be deemed a RFA, making it harder for teams to sign top-tier free agents without giving up draft picks; with a brand new bargaining agreement, there is bound to be a lot more movement.
Per usual, there are several game-changers out on this year's market that are bound to make an impact for a new team next season.
These are the top 25 players most likely to have a new mailing address come Week 1 of the 2011 NFL season.