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11 Best NFL Free Agents in 2014

Posted on 15 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

The free agents class of 2014 isn’t filled with offensive talent, as most of the players ending their contracts in the NFL who’ll interest a lot of teams are pass rushers. Jimmy Graham does stand out, but there’s a bigger choosing of talent in defensive positions with guys like Greg Hardy, Brian Orakpo and Lamarr Houston becoming available. More

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NFL Rumors – Cincinnati Bengals Not Giving Michael Johnson a Long-Term Deal

Posted on 19 Jun, 2013, by in NFL

One of the best defensive players in the 2013 free agency market was Michael Johnson, but the Cincinnati Bengals quickly slapped the franchise tag on him to avoid any talent escaping from their excellent defense, the main reason for their success over the last couple of seasons. More

Randy Starks

2013 NFL Season – 8 Players With the Franchise Tag

Posted on 5 Mar, 2013, by in NFL

Only 8 teams chose to use the Franchise tag heading into the 2013 NFL season, avoiding some key players like Michael Johnson, Anthony Spencer, Jairus Byrd and Ryan Clady from hitting free agency, although it was surprising not to see the New England Patriots make use of that option. More

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5 NFL Players Teams Should Use the Franchise Tag On

Posted on 18 Feb, 2013, by in Featured

Deciding on using the franchise tag isn’t always a question of ability; it’s often about economics, or simply avoiding making a decision if possible. Joe Flacco, the biggest name in free agency this season, will probably be franchised by the Baltimore Ravens, who don’t want to pay him the kind of money his agent does. Michael Johnson, Jairus Byrd and Dwayne Bowe will join him in the tag list as well. More

Cary Williams

Best NFL Free Agents in 2013

Posted on 6 Feb, 2013, by in Featured

The 2013 NFL Free agency class is dominated by players from the Baltimore Ravens, as Joe Flacco, Paul Kruger and Cary Williams might hit the market. Most of the talent that can be bought for money comes in the form of offensive linemen, like Ryan Clady and Sebastian Vollmer, or guys who can rush the passer, like Anthony Spencer and Michael Johnson. More