The BEST Free Agent STEALS From Each NFL Season… RANKED! (2000-2021)

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NFLs best FA’s.

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Most expensive NFL free agent signings end up as giant wastes of money. But of course, there are always the occasional blockbuster signings that change a franchise for the better.

Here, we are taking the best free agent signing every year from 2000 to 2021, and ranking them based on their overall impacts and production.

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Host: Aaron Leger

Editor: Kyle McCormick

Writer: Alex Hoegler

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