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Crazy 2012 free agency

Peyton Manning released! Mario Williams leaves! A coach suspended for the year! What in the world?! Those are stories that would single-handedly headline a free agency right? All I can say what in the world were the JETS thinking not throwing, including the kitchen sink, at Peyton Manning.
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