A team of people and computers has a huge task each season: to create an NFL program that is as “fair” as possible from a logistical point of view. And doing it within a system that can literally produce trillions of possibilities.
But as the Los Angeles Times reported Monday, that lengthy process had to be done essentially twice this off-season, thanks to the retirement and retirement of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady earlier this spring.
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