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These three players will likely be on the move once the lockout ends.
The All-Pro cornerback signed a three-year, $45.3 million deal with the Raiders in '09, but the contract voided in January, and he'll be the most desirable defensive player on the market. Will he be able to improve on those massive numbers?
The QB doesn't want to stay in Philadelphia as Michael Vick's backup. The Cardinals and Seahawks are among the probable suitors, and the Eagles' phone will be ringing once a CBA is reached.
Bengals owner Mike Brown says he has no plans to trade Palmer, who wants out, but a QB-needy team that doesn't land Kolb could make Brown an offer he can't refuse.