Uncapped Rules: “Big Loss for Performers in Young Man’s Game”

Pete Dougherty examines free agency in an uncapped 2010 in a February 7 Green Bay Press Gazette article entitled “As free agency begins, owners have edge over players.”

Dougherty writes that the more than 200 players who will be restricted free agents in 2010 — rather than unrestricted free agents — is a “big loss for performers in a young man’s game.”

Dougherty also cites the economy as a player in free agency, noting “in today’s weak financial climate, some clubs will be looking to cut costs drastically for the short term, and their biggest expense by far is players.”

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