Cap nailed it. The only kink in that path is if the CBA is not extended. If there is no CBA in place by the start of the next offseason (c. March 1, 2007), then only players with 6 or more years of accrued experience will be unrestricted free agents. Everyone else will be restricted. Yes, Schaub will still be a RFA, but it may dramatically change how the market is because the possibility of some 4th/5th year QBs that would have been UFAs after '06 (with a CBA in place), will be RFAs, and it may change the notion of competition among free agents.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.