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If you're an NFL free agent looking for a team with cash, the Browns, Jags and Raiders are loaded. The Cowboys? Well, let's say they've spent beyond their cap limit ... again.
How does champion Seattle ease cap woes? Will the Pats cut Vince Wilfork? What about DeMarcus Ware, Chris Johnson, Mark Sanchez and Matt Schaub? Cap cuts are coming.
Coach Killers is your weekly look around the league at those performances, decisions and 'Wait, what did he just do?!' moments that put the guy in charge squarely on the ol' hot seat.
New storylines emerge every week. Some are reasonable, most are not. 'The Week in Overreactions' focuses on the latter.
Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher? Retired. Ed Reed? A Texan. Michael Crabtree? Hurt. Who steps up? Pete Prisco gives his outlook for the players replacing big names.
A Broncos-Cowboys Super Bowl? Don't laugh. Pete Prisco says both grade out the highest in his four-pronged formula that combines rankings of each team's QB, LT and best CB and pass rusher.
In 2012 Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams was one of the most targeted defensive backs in the league, as opposing quarterbacks threw in his direction more than 100 times on the season. Williams attributed his struggles to nerve damage in his shoulder, an injury that first occurred in 2011. The injury has limited Williams' ability to jam effectively in press coverage.
The Packers aren't far away from winning another Super Bowl title. Landing safety Dashon Goldson or running back Steven Jackson in free agency might be all they need.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers calls defensive back Charles Woodson "a core guy" the team needs to bring back in 2013.
Will Colin Kaepernick come up big in his first playoff game? Can Matt Ryan finally win one? Will Tom Brady and Peyton Manning take care of business? Clark Judge says the pressure's on home QBs to deliver this weekend.

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