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Free agent market pulls its curtains, so let the bidding begin
Green Bay likely won’t pursue its free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings when the NFL free agency period opens Tuesday, which would make the veteran wideout one of the runaway talents on this year’s market.
Pittsburgh likely won’t pursue its free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace when the NFL free agency period opens Tuesday, which would make the veteran wideout a catch on this year’s market.
Note to NFL teams: Do not tamper

NEW YORK – The NFL has told its teams to adhere to rules against tampering as a new three-day window for negotiating with free agents opened Saturday.

Teams could contact representatives of free agents from other teams beginning at midnight, but the players can’t visit any facilities or even talk to the interested clubs. The league has warned the teams against entering into any agreements with those players before free agency official kicks off at 2 p.m. today.

Traditionally, contracts with free agents have been announced almost as soon as the NFL’s business year begins, clearly indicating agreements had been reached before the free agency period began.

The league has hoped to limit hints of tampering by creating this negotiating window.

On your mark, get set, go!

Green Bay likely won’t pursue its free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings when the NFL free agency period opens Tuesday, which would make the veteran wideout one of the runaway talents on this year’s market.
Pittsburgh likely won’t pursue its free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace when the NFL free agency period opens Tuesday, which would make the veteran wideout a catch on this year’s market.
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