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I can't believe it's Wednesday already. So much NFL stuff going on.

Looking for Mr. Dunn: LaMichael James | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
If there’s an alternate universe, I’m a running back in it. There isn’t a week that goes by that I walk along the field that held the first football game at the University of Georgia and daydream of ripping off a run like Garrison Hearst’s 96-yard touchdown versus the Jets. I just don’t act it out (although the urge is there). It’s probably why most of my analysis this month has been quarterbacks, receivers, and tight ends. I want to save the best stuff for last – the way your son or daughter might save a favorite dessert.

Eric Winston Hits the Market. Really? |
Sometimes you really don’t see it coming. You know pretty much anything can happen in the NFL and so it’s rare for you to be genuinely taken aback. But I won’t lie. I was utterly shocked when Eric Winston was released by the Houston Texans.

Tennessee Titans, S Jordan Babineaux agree to contract - ESPN
Safety Jordan Babineaux agreed to a contract to return to the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday, the team announced.

Matt Flynn on verge of finding a new home in free agency, proving he can be a starter - Peter King -
Sitting in the LSU football special teams meeting room with Matt Flynn, watching the game of his life on tape: Green Bay 45, Detroit 41 -- Week 17, at a flurrying Lambeau Field -- trying to decipher whether he'll make a good starting quarterback for some team for the next six or eight years.

Free agency thoughts | National Football Post
Plus, are Tannehill and Weeden 1st-round picks?

Chad Henne continues to draw interest | National Football Post
Free agent quarterback has two visits already lined up.

Can Moss be the vertical threat 49ers need? | National Football Post
Veteran WR is back, but let's see how this plays out. news: Niners take chance on Cox after year-long absence from NFL
Perrish Cox is receiving a fresh start with the San Francisco 49ers, signing a two-year contract Tuesday after being acquitted on sexual-assault charges in Colorado earlier this month.

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: Quarterback Solution Yet To Show Itself
John Schneider and Pete Carroll did not address the long-term quarterback situation in their first season.

Seahawks re-sign DE Bryant, LB Farwell - March 13, 2012 |
Free agency in the National Football League officially began at 1 p.m. Tuesday and the flood gates opened.

Adding Chad Henne wouldn't solve Seahawks' QB issue - Blog -
After failing to schedule a visit with Peyton Manning, the Seahawks apparently had better luck with Chad Henne.

Bryant, Farwell agree to remain with Seahawks
On the first day of NFL free agency, the Seahawks took care of their own by reaching contract agreements with defensive end Red Bryant and special teams standout Heath Farwell.

Grass could appear greener to John Carlson - NFC West Blog - ESPN
John Carlson came to work one day last summer to discover the Seattle Seahawks were forking over big bucks for another tight end.

Seahawks got market right on Red Bryant - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The Seattle Seahawks wanted to keep Red Bryant, but they weren't going to name the big defensive end their franchise player.

Eric Winston draws immediate interest | ProFootballTalk
On Monday, veteran right tackle Eric Winston revealed that the Texans plan to cut him. On Tuesday, they did.

The free agency open-thread & predictions " Seahawks Draft Blog
Feel free to use this thread to discuss free agency as it happens. The market opens at 4pm EST, with big names such as Mario Williams, Carl Nicks and Vincent Jackson set to cash in. Quarterbacks like Matt Flynn will be searching for new homes, while the Peyton Manning saga may finally draw to a conclusion. We could even see some trade activity. Blogs " Blog Archive Salary cap numbers for all 32 NFL teams "
Listed below: Salary cap numbers for all 32 NFL teams, as of 12:01 ET Tuesday, according to league source.