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NFL Trade and Free Agents 2011: Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Every Team

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NFL Trade and Free Agents 2011: Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Every Team
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After last week's talks between the NFL owners and the NFLPA*, many are optimistic that the two sides will come to an agreement within the next two to three weeks.

If that's the case, then as far as games go, we won't miss out on any, even the preseason, which I know all of you are excited about.

However, one thing that has been interrupted by the lockout so far has been free agency, as well as player trades.

Even if a deal were done today, there would be a rush on players since training camps would be opening up in less than a month.

With the shortened signing period (as well as trades) before the start of camp, teams will rush to decisions and possibly make bad ones.

Here are some best- and worst-case scenarios for each team.

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