NFL Free Agency 2011: 15 Free Agents Most Likely to Get Overpaid

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NFL Free Agency 2011: 15 Free Agents Most Likely to Get Overpaid
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NFL Free Agency is floating in the ether, waiting for a new collective bargaining agreement.

Until there's a new agreement, no team even wants to negotiate new deals, with the exception of Peyton Manning.

After March 3, if there's no new CBA, then teams won't be allowed to negotiate new deals and the players will be locked out.

Sooner or later, though, there will be a new CBA and the deals will come fast and furious after that as teams try and get going as soon as possible.

In the rush to get new deals done, guys are going to get overpaid. It happens every year.

Here is this year's list of free agents who probably will see too much money for the production they won't give their team.

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