NFL Free Agency: One Free Agent Every NFL Team Should Avoid Re-Signing

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NFL Free Agency: One Free Agent Every NFL Team Should Avoid Re-Signing
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Finally, free agency is almost set to start, but one of the dynamics of the expected frenzy is flying under the radar for most fans.

Expect a lot of players to re-sign with their original teams. Remember, unlike 2010, there is now a salary cap in place. It's expected to be around $120 million dollars, which is right around what it was in 2009 when the NFL still had a cap.

That means the elite talent will still get their deals, but the rest of the players will be taking a big gamble if they decide to hit the open market.

Will a new team offer significantly more money? Will they be able to fit in with their new team and be successful in such a short period of time before the season starts?

With those nuggets in mind, here is one player every team in the NFL should avoid re-signing.

These players don't fit with their existing team, their skills have eroded, injuries have become a permanent problem, they weren't that good to begin with or it's simply time to move on for any one of a number of factors.

Some of these players are already gone all but officially. Others will represent very difficult decisions for teams.

As always, I encourage your feedback. Who would you put on the list?

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