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Largest Avg Salary in FA this year?


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  1. 1. What will be the largest avg salary deal?

    • Less than 7M
    • 7M to 8.99M
    • 9M to 9.99M
    • 10M to 11.99M
    • 12M to 14.99M
    • 15M +

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From everythign I know, deals signed just 2 years ago are going to look like chicken feed compared to what guys sign this year. Barely pro-bowl level players may be looking at 4 yrs/$40M total


What do you think will be the highest deal total (total amount of deal over years in deal - regardless of if the last few probably won't end up 'counting')


Right now, I'm going with a 12M to 14.99M - 65 to 70 over 5 or something like that

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The NFL is already gearing up for the 2010 season when they opt out of the CBA and there is no salary cap.


The owners at their last meetings voted to lower the debt ceiling each team can carry from $150 million to $120 million by 2010, under the auspices of improving their credit abilities as a league by $1 billion. That coincidentally cuts every team's "spending power" by $30 million in 2010, which puts an artificial cap in place so that individual owners can't go too far over board. That is ostensibly "collusion" and the owners better watch how they conduct themselves in the next couple of seasons with contract negotiations.


The cash cow that is the NFL and it's 32 franchises had better not screw the labor pooch just because Jerry Jones wants to keep all the dough from his new stadium.

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I have problem with guys proven getting what they're worth. However, there really needs to be a rookie salary cap installed, all that dough before a player has even seen the field? This has been mentioned many times, time for them to install it. That's decomating teams abilties to get better via free agency or anyhting else.

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