A high-stakes game of chicken
For the restricted free agents who refuse to sign tenders, cut in pay a real possibility
With the clock ticking toward a June 15 deadline, nearly four dozen restricted free agents are playing a nervy game of chicken with their respective NFL teams.
And no matter who blinks first, the stakes are high, both from a financial and emotional standpoint.
As of Monday evening, 45 restricted free agents have yet to sign their one-year qualifying offers for the 2010 season. Those qualifying offers, which range from $1.01 million to $3.268 million depending on a player's tenure ...
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