Agents Still Talking To NFL Teams Regarding Free Agents

Dan Pompei of the National Football Post writes that free agency may be more difficult to forecast than ever this year. Under normal circumstances, general managers have a good idea in the weeks before free agency what a player will cost, and how much interest there is in him, but that isn’t the case this year because agents are prohibited from talking to teams.

Of course, they are still talking, but not to the extent they usually are. The result is teams have to have better, more specific contingency plans than usual. They have to be prepared for the unexpected and they need to be flexible.


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One Response to “Agents Still Talking To NFL Teams Regarding Free Agents”

  1. Wilbcore says:

    Michael Bush, Zach Miller, Marcel Reece & Nnamdi need to be signed… in that order. Nnamdi is lower on the list due to being so much money and less of a realistic goal. We still want you Nnamdi, but if you go for the money then we will likely have to let you go.

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