Unlike other recent years, I firmly believe that there will be a strong (a relative term) second free agency. Jonathan Kraft earlier this preseason said as much. This past weekend supports that with all the player trades and releases (two more players today in John Henderson and Clint Ingram. There were rumors that many more players are/were on the trading block and could be released (Osi Umenyora, Bryan Thomas, Shaun Ellis, Marcus Spears, Bobby Carpenter, Justin Smiley, etc.). Now that teams have fulfilled needs in the draft, they will look to free themselves of older veterans who are making more money than their worth. That means that this round of free agency might actually be more fruitful than the first round. No it won't have marquee names like Julius Peppers or Karlos Dansby, but there might be some really good value deals out there.