Warmack (Tenn), Cooper (Ari) and Milliner (NYJs)

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    Re: Warmack (Tenn), Cooper (Ari) and Milliner (NYJs)

    Rust your absoloutely right, the new CBA doesn't account for all the language in the contracts and there can still be difficult holdouts over contract verbiage. Butch it is an embarrassment to you that you stalk Rusty so much in this forum. Do you dream about him as well? You never add anything football wise here! As a Jets fan in a Pats forum you remind me of the nerdy kid in high school that was always following the cool kids around trying to be one of the gang! Or better yet, your the little tiny cartoon dog that is always hanging out with the tough bulldog spike "are we friends Spike, are we friends?!" LOL Your a complete and utter troll. Bet your parents are proud.


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    Re: Warmack (Tenn), Cooper (Ari) and Milliner (NYJs)

    As predicted, the agents for these first round picks have held their teams over the barrel forcing the Cardinals and the Jets to pay top dollar for their picks and getting them to guarantee 100% of the contracts.  The poor cap management of these teams is horrendous.  Milliner is a bust and has already missed valuable time.  He wasn't even the third best CB in the draft. The Jets panicked when Berry got hurt because they know first round bust Kylie Wilson can't play corner.

     
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    this is 100% false. the hold up, and only hold up to the Milliner contract was the offset language, not the $$$ in the contract. The Jets insisted on offset language, and the player folded, not the team.

    this has zero to do with cap space, salary cap hell or anything of ther sort. it is 100% offset language, which quite frankly should be standard in every players contract imo.

     
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    In response to rkarp's comment:

    this is 100% false. the hold up, and only hold up to the Milliner contract was the offset language, not the $$$ in the contract. The Jets insisted on offset language, and the player folded, not the team.

    this has zero to do with cap space, salary cap hell or anything of ther sort. it is 100% offset language, which quite frankly should be standard in every players contract imo.




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    Re: Warmack (Tenn), Cooper (Ari) and Milliner (NYJs)

    Ol Russ - Couldn't handle the heat that went with the negative pats pub related to Hernandez so he's out to note every negative every other team experiences.  Pathetic. 

    He wants point out how other teams have negatives but the media doesn't report them except that he gets his information through media reports.  Talk about irony.  For the record, I was on the road for a few hours today and listening to a wide array of sports talk.  When the NFL was discussed all of it was negatives surrounding teams "gasp" other than the patriots. 

     

     

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