Originally posted by CHOPS44
Just because he had a good second half of the playoff game, doesn't make up for the pathetic year he's had. He's got a $9,000,000 cap hit next year. That's right $9,000,000!!! Thankyou Tuna, you fat piece of crap for screwing my team for one good season. Tampa Beware! He'll mortgage your future then leave you cold. With cap problems and then he'll get another job and take your coaches and players with him.
I heard a rumor that Curtis will wind up in Tampa. Also our O-line coach and many others!
I want to restructure Vinny's contract for a friendlier cap this year, then have him retire. But it won't work if the rules make us take the cap hit even though he did retire. Otherwise just dump him now and get the hit over with. It's time for the Chad Pennington era in NY. Think about it...we play a conservative offense, we have a great running game and good recievers and have great pass protection. Perfect for a young QB!
second that - trading Curtis Martin w/b about as stupid a trade as when Indy traded Faulk unless you get a hell of a lot for him. Martin can run, catch, block, usually does not fumble and is rarely hurt; in other words, he is the perfect HB. Please trade himOriginally posted by dolfan87
Yes, please send Curtis out of the AFC East. Thank you.
In answer to the question, the cap hit does not just magically disappear if the player retires - see Aikman!
Originally posted by Jeff1220
Didn't Aikman get cut first, then retire after realizing that nobody wanted to pick him up? Hence the cap hit to Dallas.