Commentary: 2-Minute Warning
March 11, 2014
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NFL free agency shockers
If you are a National Football League fan, your team may be one of the lucky teams to pick up a player or two that will help your team be a winner next year.
Some of the big names that could be on the free agency market this year are DeMarcus Ware, Julius Peppers and Darelle Revis.
Yes, you heard that right.
At press time, Ware has asked the Cowboys for a decision on his future by 4 p.m.
With his current salary of $12.25 million, the Cowboys have said Ware will not remain on the roster and have proposed a reduction that would enable him to continue his career in Dallas.
Ware had a career-low six sacks and missed games due injury for the first time in his career last season and could be on his way out the door.
Peppers is another defensive end who could be out the door if Chicago can't find a trade partner.
Another high salary player who is probably not worth the $13.9 million salary and $20 salary cap number.
Peppers joined the Bears in 2010 and received the largest contract ever given to a defensive player. He played well his first few years with the Bears, but at 34 is probably not worth the money.
If a team is looking to buy an island, Tampa Bay may have just the fix because Revis Island may be on the trading block.
The Buccaneers cornerback, Darrelle Revis, could be the biggest pick up in free agency, although right now he isn't a free agent.
Revis' $16 million contract is a problem for the Bucs and if a renegotiation isn't agreed upon, the Pro Bowl defender could be released outright.
Both the Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders are said to be interested in Revis.
I am not sure the Browns would take him with reworking his salary, and the Raiders have more cap space. Either team would benefit from having Revis, but how much will it cost to buy the island?