Age only begins to explain free agency struggles of Adrian Peterson, Darrelle Revis

The NFL free-agent market can be kind to some players and cruel to others. So far, not so good for two future Hall of Famers in Adrian Peterson and Darrelle Revis.

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Besides their outstanding careers as seven-time Pro Bowlers, Peterson and Revis share several traits that don’t bode well for big paydays this year. Both will be 32 when the 2017 season begins. Both are accustomed to top-market salaries. Their on-field performances were lackluster or worse last season. They’ve battled injuries in recent years. Off-field incidents have tarnished their images.
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Now Peterson and Revis might be joined on the market by another high-profile, controversial former star. Marshawn Lynch is putting out trial balloons that he may be interested in coming out of retirement … but only if the soon to be 31-year-old can play for his hometown Oakland Raiders.

In that time off, I realized what I had given up, said Ramczyk, who also had mulled a career in law enforcement coming out of high school. I’d been competing in different sports my entire life. To be out of that, I felt kind of lost. I missed the game of football and wanted to get back at it.

After dominating the Pointers’ competition for two seasons, Ramczyk wanted a bigger challenge, even if it meant having to follow the NCAA’s transfer rules. He sat out the entire 2015 season before being cleared to play at Wisconsin, where he reunited with Badgers coach Paul Chryst, who had previously recruited Ramczyk (pronounced RAM-check) to Pitt.