The NFC free agents, updated again

Well, we can’t update the AFC free agents without updating the NFC free agents.

So we’ve updated the NFC free agents.

The free agents for the NFC East, NFC North, NFC South, and NFC West teams are just a click away.

If we missed any, or if you simply want to complain to me directly, send an email.

Free agency opens on March 11 at 4:00 p.m. ET.

10 responses to “The NFC free agents, updated again

  1. Look out NFL, the Washington Redskins have a full cap space and the best Quarterback in the sport under RGIII to come back and complete the resurrection to our rightful place as the King of the NFL World. #HTTR

  2. The NFC is the superior conference in the NFL by far.

    The AFC should be removed from the NFL for more competitive games.

    The Super Bowl just emphasized this even more.

    Thumbs up if you agree.

  3. I like seeing the “by team” detail of the Free Agents but much prefer “by position”

    It would also be nice to have a “team needs” detail.

  4. jeeeez..

    the clowns are back again..
    i guess we will be hearing this nonsense until the Redskins come in at the bottom of the division for the second consecutive year..

    keep up the good work though.

  5. The Vikings are simply the most talented team in the NFL. All the other teams can worry about free agents but in the end they still won’t be on the same level as the Vikings. Once the Vikings draft a real quarterback this spring, Roger Goodell should shut down the league because playing the season will mean nothing with the Vikings being so far ahead of all other teams. The league might even disband because of a lack of competitiveness, like women’s softball in the Olympics, with the Vikings making mincemeat of all other teams without a sweat like Team USA softball once did. Not even a Pro Bowl roster with the Seahawks’ supply of PEDs, playing with the advantage of Seattle’s pumped-in crowd noise, could even stay competitive through halftime with the upcoming Vikings dynasty teams.

  6. Pumped in crowd noise? Payton couldn’t hear at MetLife stadium. Did NJ pump in crowd noise too?

  7. Must be a really bad winter in Minnesota this year leading to more heavier drinking than normal. Vikes are 0-4 in Super Bowls and 0-5 in their last 5 NFC championship games. Sure hope they get a QB.

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