Peter King writes (using concrete examples) that a player must have completed his sixth season before he can become eligible for free agency in an uncapped year. I have seen this repeated so many times that I assumed it was fact. The NFLPA version of the CBA seems to say something different: This would appear to make Ellis Hobbs, Nick Kaczur and Logan Mankins (amongst others) eligible for free agency in an uncapped 2010. King's construction would make them RFAs (and in a hypothetical uncapped season, teams might be very reluctant to part with draft picks). With the Patriots already having to re-sign a number of key players in 2010 (Watson, Wilfork and an aging Neal and Light amongst many others), this could have a real impact on how they approach extensions. Am I misconstruing the CBA? Or is King wrong?