Free agency unofficially ends
Tampa Bay remains a big winner; Drew Brees believable in bounty scandal
At their meetings in March, the NFL team owners tabled seven bylaw proposals, four that would have significant impacts on the 2012 season. Although free agency goes on every day of the year, the league unofficially closed the books on 2012 unrestricted free agency Friday.
On June 1, unsigned unrestricted free agents no longer count in the formula for figuring out compensatory picks for the 2013 draft. Basically, teams that lose more free agents than they sign are eligible to ...
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