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What did they say?
They should have said that he's a washed up has been, but they won't. I mean, why else would a crappy team like Miami release him, when they have no contingency plans for a replacement? That should tell you all you need to know about the Old Man.
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They should have said that he's a washed up has been, but they won't. I mean, why else would a crappy team like Miami release him, when they have no contingency plans for a replacement? That should tell you all you need to know about the Old Man.

 

 

20 million over salary cap before new CBA thats why :doh:

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Madison wanted to stay, and was willing to restructure his contract. Rumor in South Beach was he was willing to accept some Mai Tai's and a few Hebrew National hog dogs to stay put. The Dolphins thought he was asking too much and released him.

 

 

PS: he was clocked in the 40 last month. . .he's still not finished running. . .we'll get back to you with his time.

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Madison wanted to stay, and was willing to restructure his contract. Rumor in South Beach was he was willing to accept some Mai Tai's and a few Hebrew National hog dogs to stay put. The Dolphins thought he was asking too much and released him.

PS: he was clocked in the 40 last month. . .he's still not finished running. . .we'll get back to you with his time.

 

 

you do realize that his deal with only a 2 million bonus is harldy a cap breaker nor one that will kill us whether he plays well or not?

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you do realize that his deal with only a 2 million bonus is harldy a cap breaker nor one that will kill us whether he plays well or not?
Sure. From a dollar standpoint the deal makes sense. But I'm not a Giants accountant. I'm a Giants fan. And if the Front Office thinks they have addressed the secondary issue, they are in for a rude awakening come September.
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Sure. From a dollar standpoint the deal makes sense. But I'm not a Giants accountant. I'm a Giants fan. And if the Front Office thinks they have addressed the secondary issue, they are in for a rude awakening come September.

 

 

free agency started 10 hours ago, I will refrain from assesing what the front office "thinks" they have addressed until at least mini camp ;)

 

I do not think its out of the question that someone else is brought in and Madison and Webster compete for that #2 CB spot. A lot hinges on what happens with Peterson, if he will play, possibly have to retire(this creating a cap savings and some cap relief). Its early and there is plenty of time to decide as to whether the secondary is better or worse.

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