Free Agency Terminology

Posted by Mike Wobschall on February 17, 2010 – 2:15 pm

The NFL has entered into the Final League Year of the CBA and soon the free agency period will begin with several rules changes that will create a different environment in the open market.

What does all of this mean? What is the CBA and how are the rules in the Final League Year different from a normal league year? Those are questions with complex answers, and has enlisted the help of Vikings VP of Football Operations Rob Brzezinski to clarify some of the language you will hear regarding in the upcoming weeks and months regarding free agency and NFL business in general.

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3 Responses to “Free Agency Terminology”

  1. By Roy Rodgers on Feb 17, 2010 | Reply

    Some Vikings fans are haters. They can’t stand the fact that the Packers have a tough quarterback for many years to come. Common jealots with no knowledge of football. Do you’re research and you will know what is what. I can’t help it if the Vikings lost their best shot at a Superbowl. Maybe 10 years from now they might have another shot. But the Vikings chance for a Super Bowl Victory has once again come and gone. So step aside now and stop you’re hating.

  2. By Hornedhelm on Feb 17, 2010 | Reply

    Roy maybe you should go find Trigger…nobody is hating here. Go to your own web page and spout off nonsense there. SKOL VIKINGS!

  3. By TW VIKE on Feb 21, 2010 | Reply

    Roy Rogers-#12 is a very talented QB but nobody can take 50-plus sacks a year against them. He is tough(young), but that is alot of punishment.

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