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Pay to win? 2013 season will put free agency strategies to test

5:50 PM, Mar. 23, 2013
Steven Jackson will turn 30 in July, but that didn't stop the Atlanta Falcons from luring the longtime St. Louis Rams running back with a $4 million-a-year contract.
Steven Jackson will turn 30 in July, but that didn't stop the Atlanta Falcons from luring the longtime St. Louis Rams running back with a $4 million-a-year contract.
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Two weeks into the NFL's new year, the Green Bay Packers have not signed another team's free agent or made a trade.

In the meantime, three other potential title contenders have been far more active.

The Indianapolis Colts have signed nine unrestricted free agents, six who probably will be starters, including former Packers outside linebacker Erik Walden at a surprisingly expensive average of $4 million a year. ...

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