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Think you're an NFL expert? Well, it's time to put your knowledge to the test. Get your virtual pencils ready because Pat Kirwan is here to give his annual final exam.
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Dwight Freeney claims NFL owners worked together to lower the bar on free-agent deals. Pat Kirwan says the evidence shows what really worked against Freeney is his age and dwindling numbers.
The cap. Free agency. Staff turnover. Maintaining success in the NFL is difficult, yet some teams make it look easy. Jason La Canfora ranks the NFL's best front offices.
The market is harsh for faded greats like Brian Urlacher and James Harrison. Ray Lewis timed his exit perfectly, Jason La Canfora says.
The Giants, who averaged 26.8 points last season, should return their entire starting offensive line after keeping left guard Kevin Boothe with a one-year deal. Boothe drew interest from three other teams in free agency.

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