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Randall Cobb, Bryan Bulaga set for market after team passes on tags

The Green Bay Packers have all the salary cap money in the world to use toward free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb and offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga, but it doesn't mean they are going to spend it on someone else's terms. And so, on the last day a team could tag one of its free agents with a franchise or transition designation, general manager Ted Thompson decided to pass on using a protective hold on either player, thereby sending a message that he won't be overpaying for them. Cobb was really the only candidate for the tag, but to place a franchise designation on him the Packers would've had to commit a one-year deal worth $12.823 million. In exchange, the compensation for losing ...

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