NFL Rumors: Latest Trade Chatter and Free-Agency Buzz

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NFL Rumors: Latest Trade Chatter and Free-Agency Buzz
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As quarterbacks continue to organize player workouts, the speculation surrounding free agency continues to grow.

There are more than a few big-name players expected to hit the market whenever the league year opens and with the draft in the books we can see which teams are angling for which players.

Arizona and Seattle need new starting quarterbacks.

The wide receiver market could be flooded with talent and major names like Randy Moss and Terrell Owens, both on the downside of their careers, could be left out in the cold when all is said and done.

Nnamdi Asomugha is the biggest free agent name available and he will command top dollar from any team interested.

Speculation has circled over him for a while now and there is the chance of him going to just about any team with money to spend.

As for the quarterbacks on the market, Matt Hasselbeck and Marc Bulger lead the charge but Donovan McNabb and Kevin Kolb, two former teammates in Philadelphia, need to find new homes as potential starters as well via the trade market.

I am not positive McNabb deserves to start with a competition and if he was to go to, say Minnesota, I wouldn't be shocked if Christian Ponder eventually took over the job.

Other big names to keep an eye on include guard Logan Mankins, tackle Matt Light, running backs Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown, Darren Sproles and Cedric Benson, as well as cornerback Ike Taylor, safety Quintin Mikell and linebacker Barrett Ruud.

Whenever the NFL gives us free agency, it is going to be a wild first week of action for sure.

Here are the latest rumors on all the big names in both the trade and free agency markets.

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