NFL Free Agency 2011: One Player Each NFL Franchise Shouldn't Bring Back

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NFL Free Agency 2011: One Player Each NFL Franchise Shouldn't Bring Back
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Well, this should be an interesting couple of months.

Between the labor negotiations that don't seem to be going anywhere, the free agency period that might be the quietest in a long time, and the season that no one knows when it will start (if it starts at all), the NFL off season will be an interesting one.

Perhaps more so, because teams will have to make decisions about free agents with the labor contract set to expire and no one knowing what the near future will hold. So, teams have been very cautious about what they will do with their free agents, and no one has really signed deals on either side until the labor situation straightens out.

It doesn't stop teams from making decisions on players who are not currently on the market to be had by any team. So with that in mind, I put on the GM cap, looked at every team's free agents, and decided on one free agent each team shouldn't bring back.

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