Free Agency Book For Free!

Free Agency is one of the most exciting parts of the NFL offseason – it’s time to prepare!

With the free agency season underway, now is the perfect time to learn more about the rules that govern this fascinating event and look back to see how and why some of the best and worst free agents in NFL history turned out the way they did!

See why Drew Brees worked out so well as a free agent, what made Darrelle Revis such a unique case, and why Andre Rison was actually a terrible free agent signing!

Rated a #1 New Release on Amazon, A Fan’s Guide To NFL Free Agency Hits And Misses is the definitive guide to understanding how the NFL Free Agency process works and how it impacts your team!

Now, thanks to our unique partnership with Amazon, you can get the ebook absolutely free!

If you have Kindle Unlimited, you can already read this book (as well as A Fan’s Guide To Understanding The NFL Draft and A Fan’s Guide To Understanding the NFL Salary Cap, both of which were also #1 New Releases) for free. But if you don’t have Kindle Unlimited, you can read all of these books – for free – with a free trial of Kindle Unlimited!

Just click here on whatever device you’re using, get your free trial of Kindle Unlimited, then download the books!

It’s that simple!

Learn all about how and why free agency started and how the CBA defines it, plus get a list of in-depth case studies illustrating how teams have succeeded and failed to improve their teams, complete with all the lessons learned!

Then, download our other books for free to learn about draft strategy (everything from why left tackles are always drafted high to why teams don’t trade up more often) and the salary cap (to understand how the cap and player contracts work, including detailed examples of how things like contract restructures and extensions impact the cap)!

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(Or, if you prefer the paperback versions – with sharp-looking wraparound cover designs – you can get that by clicking here).

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