2014 NFL free agents: Players each team should chase
Silly season could bring open checkbooks in free agency. Here are players who should be pursued as free agency opens, team by team.
We are a less than week away from the open of the NFL free agency period. And, unlike last year, when fiscal restraint was in play, this one could be a return of the silly season, when teams acted as if they printed money in their facility (Then again, they sort of do).
There is a lot of cap room out there be used up, which should bring a smile to the faces of agents and the players on the market.
On Monday of this week, I did a column detailing the player all 32 teams should bring back from their own free-agency pool of players. Taking care of your own sometimes is the smart way to go.
But for this column, I wanted to look at players each teams should sign from other teams.
I have a different player for all 32 teams because it's impossible for a player to sign with more than one, even though the top players will all have plenty of suitors. I took into account cap situations, so the teams that are tight will have to get bargains, which will be reflected here.
So put on your GM hats and play along -- anger and all:
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
New York Giants
New York Jets
St. Louis Rams
San Diego Chargers
San Francisco 49ers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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