Nice article from Don Banks at CNNSI: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/don_banks/03/23/nfl.meetings/index.html Banks suggests that an uncapped 2010 is viewed by many teams as a virtual certainty, with a lockout in 2011 as a real possibility, and mentions that many teams have been making moves this year assuming an uncapped 2010. Most interestingly, he quotes Robert Kraft: "It's not scary at all to us,'' Patriots owner Robert Kraft said of the possibility of playing without a salary cap next year. "There are a lot of pluses to it. It's definitely not a doomsday scenario, and it might have to happen to get things right. I hope it's the vehicle to get us a deal. I hope it's the ultimate hammer.''