by Bruce Ciskie
When NFL free agency starts, the free agents are typically not the only ones who are looking for a new contract. A handful of players who have years left on their current deals are bound to decide that they've "out-performed the contract." Some of these players will decide to politely request a new deal or a raise, with no intention of doing anything in retaliation should they not get what they want.
What many fans don't necessarily know is that a lot of the rumblings start at the Pro Bowl.
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