The Control Issue in the NFL

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Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones rekindled a debate this week about personnel control in the National Football League: Can or should the Head Coach of an NFL franchise have complete control over player personnel in addition to his coaching responsibilities?

To gain a clear answer to that question, we must look at coaches who’ve had that total power since the NFL implemented free agency in 1993.

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