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If the NFL goes without a cap in 2010, one man could be poised to break the bank
Here at ESPN Insider, we are big on the intersection of athletics and sci-fi. And nothing gets us cranked like futuristic dystopian sports.That's why we're complementing Seth Wickersham's Mag piece on real-world free-agency implications of the NFL's possible uncapped 2010 season with this fantastical proposition: What happens if there is no CBA, and the league really plays without a salary cap the season after next?
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