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The vast majority of top-tier NFL free agents have found new homes , and so few remain. But while we await to see where the rest of them sign, it's a good time to focus on the players that have already signed new contracts or found new homes and the teams that won or lost them in the process.This was one of the deepest free agent classes in NFL history, with three-to-five potential starting/franchise-changing quarterbacks signing with new teams. On top of that, numerous future Hall of Famers changed teams, while other young stars cashed in on great performances and signed big contracts. Some stayed with their old clubs, while others founds new homes. It's all part of the business of the NFL, and wherever we find winners, we are sure to find some teams whose decisions came back to bite them.We saw wide receivers and offensive linemen get paid more money than ever before. But we also witnessed some of the better young free agents accept low-term and little cash. In short, this was one unpredictable market. Guaranteed money was a big issue Will Grier Jersey , and some players who should have been easily scooped up quickly are still waiting for a phone call. This is business as usual in the NFL today.The 2018 NFL season is still nearly a half-year away from kickoff. But on paper, there are some teams and players we know won free agency, and ones that lost. Here are eight winners and seven losers from the off-season... so far. EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — With another dangerous quarterback opposing the Minnesota Vikings this week, the helmet on cornerback Xavier Rhodes in practice Wednesday was a welcomed sight.The performance by his replacement in the last game against New Orleans was equally encouraging.While Rhodes watched the Vikings lose to the Saints in sweats from the sideline with a foot injury, rookie Holton Hill took over at right cornerback and helped hold Drew Brees to 120 passing yards, his lowest total in a full game since arriving in New Orleans in 2006.Granted, Brees completed 18 of 23 attempts. The Saints put up 30 points. Their three-score lead in the fourth quarter dictated a run-heavy strategy down the stretch. Still, had the savvy 39-year-old Brees seen more of a vulnerability in Hill , it’s a given he would have attacked him more than he did.“Holton played great,” Rhodes said.Hill was credited with five solo tackles and one pass breakup.“Things have slowed down like quite a bit,” said Hill, who was undrafted out of Texas due to character concernsfollowing a suspension for violating team rules that cut short his final season with the Longhorns. He later told NFL Network he sought treatment for marijuana use.The Vikings pursued Hill aggressively after the draft despite their then-solid depth at cornerback, giving out one of the biggest signing bonuses in the league to a rookie free agent. That decision has proved prescient following the retirement of Terence Newman and then the recent injury to Rhodes.“I don’t take that for granted. I cherish every rep, every second I’m out there,” Hill said.Hill praised Rhodes for advising him on technique and noting wide receiver splits from the sideline throughout the game against the Saints, but the most important message he received from his mentor was to simply play with confidence.“Once you have that, there’s like no stopping you Jordan Scarlett Jersey ,” Hill said. “Basically the only person that can stop you is you.”Rhodes, who was listed as a limited participant in practice Wednesday, was bummed about missing a prime-time game against the Saints.“I’m here to play football, and not being out there to play football is pretty frustrating,” Rhodes said.With continued improvement this week, Rhodes ought to be able to return Sunday to face Detroit. Matthew Stafford and the Lions have beaten the Vikings in six of the 10 matchups since Rhodes arrived as a rookie in 2013.“You never can count him out,” Rhodes said. “He’s accurate with his throws. He trusts and believes in his receivers. He throws the ball up and lets them get it. He scrambles. If the receiver’s not open, he finds a way to gain yards instead of lose yards. He’s just a good all-around quarterback.”
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