Category Archives: Salary Cap

Jay Cutler and the Bears’ Contract Dilemma

The recent play of Josh McCown may have added a new wrinkle to the contract implications between the Chicago Bears and Jay Cutler. McCown has played well in his five starts for the Bears this season, completing 66.8 percent of … Continue reading

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The Alternative Route

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost, 1920 “The Road Not Taken” may be something NFL general managers may want to investigate … Continue reading

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Breaking Down Joe Flacco’s Contract

Joe Flacco is the highest paid QB in NFL history. He is making $100,000 more per year on his contract than Drew Brees is. In fact, he basically one-upped Brees’ contract on just about every level. It is quite obvious … Continue reading

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