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MMQB: Seau's Death Could Be Turning Point

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First up this morning: A history lesson. We'll never see two months like we've just seen in any offseason. Ever. To recap:

March 2 -- The NFL says the Saints ran a sophisticated bounty program with defensive coordinator Gregg Williams the ringleader and between 22 and 27 defensive players willing participants.

March 7 -- Colts release Peyton Manning.

March 9 -- Within eight hours, the following three stories break: Manning, a free agent, covertly flies to Denver, where Tim Tebow led the Broncos to the playoffs two months earlier ... The Redskins trade three first-round picks and a second-rounder to St. Louis to acquire the second pick in the April draft, so as to take Baylor quarterback and Heisman Trophy ...

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