NFL free agency will begin on Tuesday, and many teams will attempt to improve by signing veteran players. The most active teams in free agency are usually those that previously whiffed during the NFL draft, others are simply filling holes, while some squads just want depth. If a team is not willing to enter a bidding war during free agency, that squad will shift its attention to the NFL draft.
Here is Shutdown Corner’s breakdown of the free-agent running backs:
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Shutdown Corner's free agency preview schedule
March 3: Shutdown Corners's top 25 free agents
March 4: Quarterbacks
March 5: Receivers/tight ends
March 6: Running backs
March 7: Offensive linemen
March 8: Defensive backs
March 9: Linebackers
March 10: Defensive line
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