June used to be a slightly overrated personnel opportunity before the current uncapped year, but at least it gave teams hope.
After the weakest free-agency offseason since the Plan B free agency of the late in 1980s, the impending start of June hits the pro football world strangely. Only 51 unrestricted free agents -- an all-time low -- have moved, and don't expect any more by Tuesday or Wednesday.
Winning teams used to look to June to acquire a few key players who were salary-cap ...
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