2010 NFL Free Agency: Sorting Out the AFC’s Winners and Losers

March 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the league's Final Eight Rule in effect and an uncapped year upon us, the 2010 free agency period will take the first hit.
Due to the number of tenders available to each team and the change in rule concerning fourth-year players eying the end of their rookie contracts, the market is slim and the moves are big.
Take a look at which teams in the AFC have already moved some big names and others who may still make a stab at an available veteran before time is up. 
AFC North 
The Ravens took a big first step toward a more prolific offense this weekend when they signed ex-Cardinal Anquan Boldin to a three-year, $25 million contract. The trade gave Arizona the Ravens' third- and fourth-round picks in the upcoming draft for Boldin and a fifth-rounder.
Aside from signing one of the biggest names in the market, Baltimore put into place the pieces to possibly bolster up their draft potential, tagging offensive tackle Jared Gaither and cornerback...

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