Fiscal Restraint Costing Some Free Agents

National Football Post

Players are usually eager to enter the free agent market, but it hasn’t been what they were anticipating this year. It has largely been a buyer’s market where teams have exercised more fiscal restraint than in the past. Here’s a look at a couple of positions that have been adversely impacted by the marketplace.

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