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Get Set for Week of NFL Insanity

David Butler II/US Presswire

What are you going to miss most about the four-month, owners-initiated NFL lockout?

Those always-exciting video clips of Roger Goodell, DeMaurice Smith and assorted lawyers walking out of buildings or down sidewalks?

NFL mouthpieces referring to the lockout as a "work stoppage"?

Detailed discussion of the $4 billion network TV insurance case?

I'm so happy this thing is almost over that I could almost pay full price for an NFL exhibition game.

Almost.

Anyway, we're about to begin a week that will be crazier than anything that James Harrison has to say. This will be the Super Bowl of NFL transactions. And following that, actual football will actually be played.

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