Okay, thanks! :) I was like I'm trying very hard to keep up with you guys on this stuff. My ex-husband was (is) a football genius, but I never paid attention to this FA/UFA/trade/salary cap/draft crap before, so this is all new to me. :) Thanks to everyone for all the insight! :D
Carter's not exactly coming to Miami, he lives there, but he's coming to meat with the team. The location helps our case. Nobody has yet to offer Carter a contract, but New Orleans is expected to tomorrow.
the intangibles of a short commute from home and a starting position (1 or 2) with Chambers. He's having to settle for 3rd with STL. The deal is not all that valuable either, which is why he's still selling.
(I agree that the other deals should take priority - WR wasn't on the scope at the start of FA).