Tag Archives: NFL History

The Best Five Free Agency Signings in NFL History

Nickolas Loza | March 19th, 2019

Modern Free Agency as we know it has only been around for 26 years, before Free Agency the NFL’s teams could protect their best players from free agency, basically restricting them from being actually “free”. Then in 1992, the NFLPA sued the NFL for that rule, the suit included four-time Pro Bowler Frank Minnifield, and many other marquee players. The NFLPA won the suit, thus doing away with the “restricted free agency” rule and thus changing the NFL forever. In this article, we will go over the top 5 Modern Free Agents. Thus, players like Johnny Unitas after he was cut from the Steelers and signed to the Baltimore Colts are not included. Continue reading

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The Risk of Drafting Offensive Linemen Early

Givanni Damico | March 2nd, 2019

Drafting Offensive Linemen High is a Risk

There have been many first-round busts in the history of the NFL Draft. A lot of them have been offensive linemen that just did not live up to expectations. Today, we’re going to take a look at five of the biggest offensive line busts in the last decade.

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How the Quarterback Position has Changed: 1978-1989

Nickolas Loza | November 8th, 2018

In the last article, I went over how the position changed from the years 1966 to 1977, in this one I will be going over how the position changed from 1978 to 1989. Boy did it ever. With a few players in just 12 seasons, NFL passing was changed forever.

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How the Quarterback Position has Changed: ’66-’77.

Nickolas Loza | October 19th, 2018

Previously in this multi-article chain, I went over the quarterbacks from the ’40’s to ’65. The QB position changed in that quarter century from a man who hands the ball off to a man who throws the football down the field. However, the QB position would change even more in this eleven-year span than it did in the previous 25-year span.

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