Familiar faces in new places: Landing spots for name-brand free agents

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Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew (32) scores on a 30-yard run against the Oakland Raiders during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010, in Jacksonville, Fla. Jaguars beat the Raiders 38-30. (AP Photo/Stephen Morton)

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NFL free agency means big-money deals for players and teams trying to fill holes. The initial wave of free agency saw more than $1 billion in contracts handed out. In pursuit of the best chance at winning or the most money, several players flipped from one side of a rivalry to the other. Trades have also been a part of the landscape as teams addressed needs before May's draft.