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With the scouting combine drawing to a close in Indianapolis, NFL teams are about to turn their attention to free agency, which officially kicks off on March 18. While evaluating draft prospects will still be a priority, incoming rookies will cede the spotlight to veteran free agents—at least for a few weeks.
This year's crop of pending free agents is quite an impressive one too. From Tom Brady and Philip Rivers to Jadeveon Clowney and Shaquil Barrett, there will be a veteran to fill virtually any need out there when the market officially opens.