With free agency about to start, several NFL general managers will be fighting to save their jobs.
NFL free agency is almost upon us, as teams can begin to contact players on March 7. This year’s free agent class has a ton of big-name stars in it and we’re sure to see some giant contracts thrown around. While most of the football world will be concentrated on that circus, five general managers will be fighting to save their jobs.
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Ndamukong Suh, DeMarco Murray and Randall Cobb may get all the attention when the curtain drops on the NFL’s free agency free-for-all, but teams that need to completely rebuild their rosters likely won’t dive in to snare one or two big fish. The five guys listed on the following pages would be wise to avoid making just a few big splashes and instead concentrate on adding as much value as they can.
Here is a look at the NFL general managers who will be working to save their jobs during free agency this year.
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