YOu have to hand it to the NFL. March Madness run up, spring training starting, World Baseball Classic, and what is everyone talking aobut? First, the breathless NFL laobr negotiations which were magically resolved after several cliffhangers. Then free agency. Come on guys, let the other sports get a little oxygen. Anyway, a free agency period that looked like it might be disaster for big bucks players because of the absence of a labor deal has turned into one of the most interesting in years. Two Pro Bowl QB's switched teams, a Pro Bowl RB left his team, several other decent QB's are in motion and, as usual, the Redskins made a huge splash the first few days. How the heck can they get all those new contracts under the salary cap? I have to say it looks tome like the 'Skins have improved themselves the most. They picked up two quality receivers, including Randle El, they got Adam Archuleta to play along side Sean Taylor, and they got a decent DE. I give Miami credit for getting what could be the steal of free agency, Culpepper for a 2nd round pick. Oakland, how'd youlet that happen? Drew Brees to NO could be a good move, but I wouldn't have made th move myself. Guy has a bad shoulder. The Jets found out the hard way that those injuries are not agood thing for a QB. Arizona could have a scary offense now. And is it just me, or do you get the sense that a lot of guys get tired of the Peyton Manning "I'm the Boss" show? Indy looks like a franchise going into a Greenbay -like decline to me. "Skins are trying to deal Patrick Ramsey to the Jets. If I'm the Jets I sign former 'Skins and eight other teams QB Gus Ferrotte instead. Catch your breath guys, now we have the draft coming up. Reggie, Vince, Matt...who you gonna pick?