- Aug 30, 2004
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im not speculating. Read the CBA.There's nothing to lighten up about. I'm not upset. Why would I be.
Nothing has been explained, though. You and the other guy are just speculating.
Considering how none of the other leagues operate in the same manner, it still doesn't make any sense to me. They should be able to change it.
Place this in the same file of things that make no sense like how NBA doesn't process draft day trades as the NFL does and makes their draftees wear gear for a team they aren't playing for.
The last sentence is really the key.
The other leagues don't have a hard cap, and the owners don't have the type of revenue sharing as do NFL owners.
The NFL also doesn't have a situation where a team like the Yankees can spend five times more than the Royals year after year.
I think you are oversimplifying the whole issue TBH.
At any rate, it isn't worth arguing about to me.
Maybe I don't value special teams enough, but I struggle to understand how Carter was worth 2.7 mill. I made the mistake underestimating Blake Ferguson, and was glad he made me feel foolish for not being happy we spent a 6th on a LS.
But I fail to justify paying a STer/FB/TE/CethanCarter that much. Hopefully his contributions on the field do that for me.
im not speculating. Read the CBA.
Thought Miami was in good shape with the cap heading into the off-season with?
Now Miami has to make moves to sign their draft class?
I can see both sides of the debate.If you say so. I'll take your word for it.
I'm never going to read the CBA. No thanks.
I'm more likely to read T&C's from my bank website before I'd ever bore myself to death with sports CBA's.
As a sports fan of 45 years, I have a rudimentary understanding of all the sports leagues. No need for me to get that in depth.
I know the cap was lowered but man I can’t remember who Miami signed lolWe signed guys. Plus the cap was lowered this year. We are fine. Based on some of the guys who wont be here day 1, we will have healthy amount of room. Plus the cap will go back up for next year.