Now that the NFL Lockout has finally ended, the fans, owners and players can get back to business as usual.
Well, not really.
Business will be anything but the usual for the next few weeks in the NFL, as every team in the league scrambles to right the ship and get things ready for the 2011 season.
Clubs like the New York Giants, who are spending too much as of now, will be doing everything they can to get their payroll within the range of the salary cap (even if it means cutting veterans). Other teams like the Seattle Seahawks will be throwing mounds of cash at free agents to try and lure them and improve their squads.
The teams are behind on their training schedules, and since they haven't been able to trade or sign FA's, everyone from Peyton Manning to Cam Newton to Mr. Irrelevant will be scrambling to learn playbooks at a breakneck pace.
Without further prattle, here are five most important orders of business that teams have already begun to scramble on.