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Derrick Dockery Still Talking To The Skins

Yes, as of this late hour, talks continue. The Redskins are continuing attempts to land G Derrick Dockery, a former Washington draft pick, and the discussions could go on through 3 am. The Skins have a strong desire to sign the free agent left guard.

Ok, gonna try to sleep on the couch for a bit now with the Blackberry next to the pillow. Should it ring, I'll post anything I get.

By Jason La Canfora  |  February 27, 2009; 2:39 AM ET
 
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We need you DOC

Posted by: blackmanwholovestheskins | February 27, 2009 2:47 AM | Report abuse


+++GOD Skins fans on here are never Happy...always looking at the glass half empty....they way most talk on here incuding JLC...it's just amazing they have won a game at all over the last 12 years!

Posted by: leevi98 |+++


What the hell are you smoking? The reason why there are so many half glass cynics here is because for the last twelve years this franchise hasn't been a threat to get to the Superbowl, much less win it. In the previous twelve years they won the Superbowl 3 times.

And stop making stuff up, ranting about his five INTs for the REDKINS...Ooops.. Make it TWO...Making up excuses for his quitting on Atlanta...and of course he quit on the Raidera too...

That's okay, you say, they were a bad team...For what he was paid he had no right to quit on his teammates,.

I hope he is great here, but this is a guy who played down to his surroundings, TWICE. Does that sound familiar? It should. The redskins played down to their opponents last year. Hall should feel right at home.

I want a self starter, a guy who has so much pride he leaves blood on the field even if he hates his coach and the rest of the team stinks...


They signed Hall. And now Snyder can celebrate in his usual way. Put a big ad on Redskins.com selling Hall Jerseys, just as he did when he signed the stiff, Taylor last year.

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 2:48 AM | Report abuse

Always wanted to be " FIRST" after the back of the bus thing. Great job on the info JLC and Cindy !!

Posted by: blackmanwholovestheskins | February 27, 2009 2:49 AM | Report abuse

Why did we need to know about you sleeping on your couch?

Just report

Posted by: arenasmvp | February 27, 2009 2:52 AM | Report abuse

Please those kind of comments are unnecessary...Listen to your own advice and say nothing if that is all you have to say...

Since the redskins are filling holes, I wonder if they are still looking into that tackle from Seahawks...If they can sign both him and Dock, then we may be able to get someone like BJ Rajj to make our d-line more explosive...

Posted by: merajc86 | February 27, 2009 2:56 AM | Report abuse

Hall is getting overpaid and this was not a good risk.

Look at Hall carefully, and you'll see a guy who shouldn't have been trusted with the big money.

Hall is perhaps a top 10 CB. Realistically, top 15. He has plenty of talent.

Hall had a mixed stint in ATL, though how much of the problems were Hall and how much ATL is open to debate.

So he went to Oakland and signed a huge $$ deal. Players who want to win don't go to Oakland.

His pockets nice and straight, Hall joins Naamdi (who is Darrell Green good). Naamdi covers the Santana Moss's (#1 guy) and shuts them down. Hall covers the Antwaan Randle El's and gets toasted.

Al Davis sees how poor Hall plays against teams #2 guys, eats some $$$ (which Al Davis hates to do -- ask Shanahan) and CUTS him.

So Hall is once again, playing for his next contract. Immediately, the quality of his play jumps. When his pockets were straight, Hall didn't play well. But while playing for his next contract, he was very good on the field and a choirboy off of it.

Now Hall's pockets are straight. Lots more guaranteed money than he got from the Raiders. Does Hall suffer from SPS? There's evidence to say he does.

To me, Hall is getting paid above his talent level ... on par with the top 2 or 3 CBs in the league -- and he's just not at that level. On top of it, he's not a low risk guy.

The move may work out if everything breaks right and Hall has grown up. But its a move that was too risky


Posted by: zcezcest1 | February 27, 2009 3:10 AM | Report abuse

NOBODY PANIC!!!!

THERE IS NO WAY DAN SNYDER LETS THERE BE A SALARY CAP IN 2010.

WE CAN SPEND WHATEVER WE WANT THIS YEAR, DAN'S GOING TO PAY EVERY SINGLE BONUS ON THE TEAM NEXT OFFSEASON SO AFTER THAT EVERY PLAYER HAS A REASONABLE LOW BASE SALARY AND THAT'S IT.

Posted by: peteywheatstraw | February 27, 2009 3:18 AM | Report abuse

petey -- Danny isn't the only vote on salary cap. Not only that, the cap should help the Skins, as the other owners in the division all have or are about to get new stadiums. jerruh's team has rabid fans, PSL $$ and sells the most merchandise. The jints have the biggest market and they share the cost of the stadium with the Jets. The iggles just got their new home 6 years ago.

The NFC East owners have the most $$$ to throw around of any division ... getting rid of the cap isn't good for the Skins

Posted by: zcezcest1 | February 27, 2009 4:07 AM | Report abuse

But we do the worst w/ the salary cap while other teams excel...this means we get rid of one of our weaknesses...this is a good ting because we can get out of salary cap hell in the future...

Posted by: merajc86 | February 27, 2009 4:10 AM | Report abuse

Dockery would make my day.

Posted by: TDawg1 | February 27, 2009 4:12 AM | Report abuse

There are 172 Luxury Suites at Lincoln Financial Field. They range in capacity from 12 to 40 people and cost $75,000 to $300,000 per year or $20,000 for a single game rental. Catering costs an additional $15K per year.

Both the dal and jints stadiums will have 200 luxury suites.

The 3 largest capacity stadiums will be dal, jints and skins.

At $200k per suite per year, multiplied by 200 suites, that's $40million in suite $$ alone. Throw in 80,000 people at $125 per ticket and that's another $10million ... per game. Just tix and suites, 10 games without even playoff $$, and the revenues are already around $140million. Before TV money, before playoff money, before parking, before other events, before concessions, before merchandising, etc.

Bottom line, getting rid of the salary cap just makes the NFC East even tougher.

Posted by: zcezcest1 | February 27, 2009 4:35 AM | Report abuse

Getting Derrick Dockery back would be a totally unexpected and beneficial surprise....thank you BILLS.
Being able to address positions on the OL & DL in the 1st days of FA definitely changes our playing field for the draft and so far I like what I'm seeing.

Did we overpay for HALL?? We shall see....he proved to me that he deserved to stay by playing well and actually intercepting balls that came near him right when he arrived late in the season.

I like ROGERS and he is always in position...but he drops EVERYTHING.

Springs I hope would restructure his contract because he wants to stay with the Skins, and he knows his constant injuries do not merit his high salary. We can't shift him to safety really IMO......so if we have to cut him so be it...though it'd be nice if he stayed.

I like that the Redskins are choosing youth , potential, and versatility.....

The Youth movement commences.....

Posted by: goosedude | February 27, 2009 4:36 AM | Report abuse

http://www.tennessean.com/article/20090227/SPORTS01/90227003/1002/SPORTS

Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth will become a $100 million man with the Washington Redskins on Friday barring any last-minute complications, according to his agent.
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Haynesworth received a 7-year, $100 million deal contract offer from the Redskins on Friday morning when free agency began. He is scheduled to travel to Washington, D.C. on Friday. If everything is approved with the contract, a press conference should be scheduled for later in the day.

The contract includes $41 million in guaranteed money, according to sources familiar with the situation. The base value of the contract could max out at around $115 million.

For Haynesworth, it would officially put an end to his 7-year career with the Titans.

The former University of Tennessee star earned All-Pro honors in his final two seasons with the team, and had a career-high 8.5 sacks in 2008. He was a 1st round draft pick by the Titans back in 2002.

The Titans were interested in re-signing Haynesworth, but in the end refused to get into a bidding war with other teams for his services. Agent Chad Speck negotiated the deal, and also talked to a number of other teams.

Haynesworth, the team’s franchise player last season, earned free agency by hitting incentives placed in his one-year contract last July.

Posted by: filmchis | February 27, 2009 5:32 AM | Report abuse

HAYNESWORTH TO THE ‘SKINS
Posted by Mike Florio on February 27, 2009, 5:34 a.m. EST
Well, Lance Zierlein was right.

Multiple members of the media are reporting that defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins.

The news comes from both Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean and Adam Schefter of NFL Network.

It’s a seven-year, $100-million deal with an incredible $41 million in guaranteed money.

The maximum value of the package is $115 million.

.............

WOW

Posted by: wiz-skins07 | February 27, 2009 5:39 AM | Report abuse

We probably overpaid a bit for D.Hall, but hell the guy actually CATCHES INTERCEPTIONS, something not many others on the defense can do, especially another cornerback who I don't need to name at this point.

Posted by: 72Redskins | February 27, 2009 5:41 AM | Report abuse

The price was right for D-Hall...I think he'll do good here.

1) He CATCHES interception.....

2) Doubt we'll have a problem with him getting burned...BC we have LaRon Landry back there ball-hawking everything......

Therefore...With a better pass rush QB's wont have time to throw deep down the field...

Posted by: wiz-skins07 | February 27, 2009 5:48 AM | Report abuse

http://nfl.fanhouse.com/2009/02/27/redskins-sign-albert-haynesworth-to-100-million-deal/

The Washington Redskins have made the biggest splash on the first day of NFL free agency, signing former Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to a seven-year, $100 million contract.

Adam Schefter of NFL Network reports that the deal includes $41 million guaranteed in the first three years, and the maximum value of the deal could be $115 million. According to Schefter, the deal is the richest contract ever given to a player and includes more guaranteed money than any contract in NFL history has ever included.

The quickness of the deal -- getting done just hours after the start of the free agency period -- could lead to questions of whether the Redskins tampered with Haynesworth. After all, $100 million contracts are complex documents. How did the Redskins and Haynesworth have time to hammer out all the details before 6 AM on the first day that they were allowed to talk to each other?

NFL tampering rules, however, are difficult to enforce because the charges are hard to prove. And the Redskins are obviously working hard this morning at spending Dan Snyder's money. They've already signed Haynesworth and DeAngelo Hall, and they're reportedly making overtures to Cowboys defensive end Chris Canty and Ravens guard/center Jason Brown. Snyder apparently immune to the effects of the recession.

Posted by: filmchis | February 27, 2009 5:52 AM | Report abuse

Well, the mistake is official...8-8, here we come:

HAYNESWORTH TO THE ‘SKINS
Posted by Mike Florio on February 27, 2009, 5:34 a.m.
Well, Lance Zierlein was right. (Peter King, too.)

Multiple members of the media are reporting that defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins.

The news comes from both Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean and Adam Schefter of NFL Network.

It’s a seven-year, $100-million deal with an incredible $41 million in guaranteed money.

The maximum value of the package is $115 million.

As we’ve previously said, the fact that the Titans and the Lions weren’t major players in the pursuit of Haynesworth tells us all we need to know; both teams have decided that Haynesworth isn’t worth the money.

Otherwise, the team with which Haynesworth spent seven seasons or his former defensive coordinator (who now is the head coach in Detroit) would have stepped up to the plate.

But maybe Haynesworth won’t go soft now that he no longer has to worry about money. Maybe, as he recently said, he’ll be motivated to prove the naysayers wrong.

And maybe he won’t loose his cool and step on a guy’s unhelmeted head.

And maybe he won’t leave practice and come back with a pipe. (Not a pipe for smoking crack, but a pipe for cracking skulls.)

And maybe he’ll learn how to obey all posted speed limits and not cause accidents that require 25-year-old kids to get hip replacements.

And maybe he’ll learn how to fly, without a plane.

And maybe the Redskins finally will learn that this isn’t the way to build a championship football team.

Posted by: brownwood26 | February 27, 2009 5:56 AM | Report abuse

That's a huge price tag. How in the hell did they do it under the cap, and sign Hall to that contract?

Posted by: TWISI | February 27, 2009 6:01 AM | Report abuse

+++The move may work out if everything breaks right and Hall has grown up. But its a move that was too risky


Posted by: zcezcest1 +++

Very nicely put, you cynical glass half empty negative nancy Cerrato hater. No seriously...

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:04 AM | Report abuse

NNNNOOOO.......What a crappy way to wake up! How are we gonna sign anyone on o-line now.

Posted by: will_ga | February 27, 2009 6:04 AM | Report abuse

Haynesworth turns a 4-3 Defense into a 5-3!

He's the 11th....and the 12th man on Defense!

Posted by: filmchis | February 27, 2009 6:06 AM | Report abuse

+++Why did we need to know about you sleeping on your couch?

Just report

Posted by: arenasmvp +++


That IS reporting. He's saying if something breaks, he'll have updates. So ADD news junkies can fire up a triple Cap and stay tuned.

By the way, I'm sleeping on the fender of a 59 Caddy.

ANyone else?

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:07 AM | Report abuse

Jason. How come you kept saying that the skins' would not be able to sign Big Al? Please provided us with an UNBIASED opinion. Thank you.

Posted by: jmich001 | February 27, 2009 6:08 AM | Report abuse

Typical Snyder...sign the big name on Day 1 and ignore what is needed to win. Now that they have their two big name guys (Hall, Haynesworth), they're basically out of the running for Jason Brown who is who they REALLY needed. I'm so done with this team...hope you're happy Psps23!

Posted by: brownwood26 | February 27, 2009 6:09 AM | Report abuse

Albert Haynesworth is now a Redskin, 7yr deal 100 Million.

Posted by: 72Redskins | February 27, 2009 6:10 AM | Report abuse

I guess Vinny forgot to call JLC on his Blackberry to tell he needs to wake up and do his job! rofl :)

Posted by: filmchis | February 27, 2009 6:10 AM | Report abuse

From PFT,

HAYNESWORTH TO THE ‘SKINS
Posted by Mike Florio on February 27, 2009, 5:34 a.m. EST
Well, Lance Zierlein was right. (Peter King, too.)

Multiple members of the media are reporting that defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins.

The news comes from both Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean and Adam Schefter of NFL Network.

It’s a seven-year, $100-million deal with an incredible $41 million in guaranteed money.

The maximum value of the package is $115 million.

As we’ve previously said, the fact that the Titans and the Lions weren’t major players in the pursuit of Haynesworth tells us all we need to know; both teams have decided that Haynesworth isn’t worth the money.

Otherwise, the team with which Haynesworth spent seven seasons or his former defensive coordinator (who now is the head coach in Detroit) would have stepped up to the plate.

But maybe Haynesworth won’t go soft now that he no longer has to worry about money. Maybe, as he recently said, he’ll be motivated to prove the naysayers wrong.

And maybe he won’t lose his cool and step on a guy’s unhelmeted head.

And maybe he won’t leave practice and come back with a pipe. (Not a pipe for smoking crack, but a pipe for cracking skulls.)

And maybe he’ll learn how to obey all posted speed limits and not cause accidents that require 25-year-old kids to get hip replacements.

And maybe he’ll learn how to fly, without a plane.

And maybe the Redskins finally will learn that this isn’t the way to build a championship football team.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:13 AM | Report abuse

++++Haynesworth received a 7-year, $100 million deal contract offer from the Redskins on Friday morning when free agency began. He is scheduled to travel to Washington, D.C. on Friday. If everything is approved with the contract, a press conference should be scheduled for later in the day.++++---TENNESSEEAN

Right now, squads of little old ladies armed with stitch-ripper doohickies and sewing machines are busy in subterrean Redskin Park sweat sh...er, manufacturing centers, tearing "Evans" off the back of #92 Redskins Jersies and inserting "Hayneworth."

And taking it all in, striding about, stopping only to cackle or issus fresh words of encouragement is the Mad cientists, Dan Snyder.

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:13 AM | Report abuse

I was so pleased when I read that the 'Skins had resigned Hall-wasn't happy about the money, but whatever. Then I was pleased when I read that the 'Skins were going after Canty and Dockery--two players who, together, would cost substantially less than Haynesworth and who would upgrade both sides of the line. Then I read the comments in this article, and my faith in the front office continues to erode. I was giving them the benefit of the doubt after the last couple years where it seemed like they were actually doing good things, but this makes it hard to be a Snyderrato apologist.

Posted by: Cavalier83 | February 27, 2009 6:14 AM | Report abuse

They will still get Dockery and draft T with the 13th.

I said we shouldn't sign AH but it's done now so get on board.

I think Halls contract is a little bloated but it depends on how it's structured, I'll bet he doesn't see all that money.

AH will see only about half of that 100mil maybe less.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:18 AM | Report abuse

That IS reporting. He's saying if something breaks, he'll have updates.

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:07 AM

Mr. Crock,

That isn`t what he said at all. Here`s what he said: `Ok, gonna try to sleep on the couch for a bit now with the Blackberry next to the pillow. Should it ring, I'll post anything I get.`

He said he`ll post ANYTHING HE GETS. Racy joke. Stock market tip. Message from girl friend. ANYTHING. What`s he posted? Nothing.

The whole world knows we`ve signed Haynesworth and the guy`s Blackberry didn`t even ring? That dude`s so out of the loop that his Blackberry hasn`t rung in four hours. My wife gets more stuff on her Blackberry and she sells insurance.

Posted by: talent_evaluator | February 27, 2009 6:18 AM | Report abuse

+++And maybe the Redskins finally will learn that this isn’t the way to build a championship football team.

Posted by: Flounder21+++

Flounder, we've had our differences...but you really earned my respect tonight with that Post... Veddy nicely put.

Now lets go beat up beantown and get a beer afterwords...

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:18 AM | Report abuse

They should cut Springs that will give them 6mil to sign an O-Linemen, they should also cut JT to save 8.5 but thats not going to happen.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:21 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Crock,--T_E


Oh T_E, you had me at "Crock."

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:22 AM | Report abuse

Right now, squads of little old ladies armed with stitch-ripper doohickies and sewing machines are busy in subterrean Redskin Park sweat sh...er, manufacturing centers, tearing "Evans" off the back of #92 Redskins Jersies and inserting "Hayneworth."

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:13 AM

They probably are happy to be employed in this economy and are awaiting the arrival of several truck loads of TAYLOR and SPRINGS jerseys so that we can clear the cap space. Taylor and Springs? Not so happy.

Actually I think they'll just sell the old jerseys for $5 each, like they did with Archuleta, and make new ones somewhere in South Asia.

Posted by: talent_evaluator | February 27, 2009 6:22 AM | Report abuse

Flounder, we've had our differences...but you really earned my respect tonight with that Post... Veddy nicely put.

Now lets go beat up beantown and get a beer afterwords...

Posted by: TheCork | February 27, 2009 6:18 AM |

Cork,

That is from PFT not me I do however agree with it, this will not bring the Skins a SB.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:23 AM | Report abuse

From PFT,

EVANS TO VISIT 49ERS, NORRIS ON TEAM’S RADAR
Posted by Aaron Wilson on February 27, 2009, 6:12 a.m. EST
Washington Redskins free agent defensive end Demetric Evans is scheduled to visit the San Francisco 49ers, according to a league source.

In 11 starts last season for the Redskins, Evans had 33 tackles and 3.5 sacks.

According to NFL.com, Evans has 147 tackles and 13 sacks in seven NFL seasons.

Meanwhile, the 49ers are working on a prospective deal for Detroit Lions free agent fullback Moran Norris, a 6-foot-1, 250-pound lead blocker who started eight games last season.

Norris started a dozen games between 2006 and 2007 during a previous stint with the 49ers.

He has also played for the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints.


niners also are working on signing moran norris

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:26 AM | Report abuse


Posted by: zcezcest1 +++

Very nicely put, you cynical glass half empty negative nancy Cerrato hater. No seriously...

Posted by: TheCork

kinda strange to be insulted and complemented in the same sentence. Let me give it a shot --

Hey Cork, that's a great shirt and from the back, you don't even look fat.

(note to self -- don't say that to GF)

Posted by: zcezcest1 | February 27, 2009 6:29 AM | Report abuse

so just watched NFL network, and they're reporting that the REdskins signed AH, but need to create the space to do it??

Posted by: BeantownGreg | February 27, 2009 6:37 AM | Report abuse

Haynesworth? Really? Better football player than Hall.

Posted by: bangkokben | February 27, 2009 6:39 AM | Report abuse

Hall and Haynsworth to massive contracts by 6am. Great first day of free-agency!

8-8 or bust!

Posted by: Original_etrod | February 27, 2009 6:40 AM | Report abuse

so just watched NFL network, and they're reporting that the REdskins signed AH, but need to create the space to do it??

Posted by: BeantownGreg | February 27, 2009 6:37 AM |

Greg,

I think you will hear shortly that they have released Springs, and either released JT or they have reworked his contract.

They were probably waiting for a yes from AH before they made these moves.

I hope they still get Dockery and then draft T at 13.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:40 AM | Report abuse

If Jasno wakes up, he'll see we just got AH.

Posted by: rich20ssu | February 27, 2009 6:42 AM | Report abuse

Hall and Haynsworth to massive contracts by 6am. Great first day of free-agency!

8-8 or bust!

Posted by: Original_etrod | February 27, 2009 6:40 AM |

I will give them 10-6

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:42 AM | Report abuse

PEOPLE!! Stop believing what stupid people like JLC say about the cap(they're NEVER EVER NEVER EVER NEVER right!) and let the 'Skins handle it!

Posted by: filmchis | February 27, 2009 6:52 AM | Report abuse

jlc must be swinging from leigh torrances ba*ls thats why hes not hes not posting

Posted by: drewkinnear | February 27, 2009 6:54 AM | Report abuse

Can someone please explain how we can afford Haynesworth? Are we going to have to gut/cut the rest of the team????

Posted by: Lisa_R | February 27, 2009 6:54 AM | Report abuse

cork, don't you have to give jlc his sponge bath, or is that after you give him his "happy ending"

Posted by: drewkinnear | February 27, 2009 6:57 AM | Report abuse

everyone sure is happy now aboutAH but the last 3 weeks everyone had been sayin what a bad move except a couple of and contrary to popular belief CHRISTMAS IS ALWAYS IN FEBRUARY NOT DECEMBER thanks to DANNY-CLAUSE MERRY CHRISTMAS REDSKIN FANS!!!!!!

Posted by: all_this_bs | February 27, 2009 6:57 AM | Report abuse

Can someone please explain how we can afford Haynesworth? Are we going to have to gut/cut the rest of the team????

Posted by: Lisa_R | February 27, 2009 6:54 AM |

No they could cut Springs to save 6mil and if they need to they can cut JT to save 8.5.

Springs is hurt all the time and JT can't play in this defense so neither would hurt the team.

Lisa why does Snyder manipulating the cap to get who he wants surprise you. He is the best at getting under the cap, it doesn't help the team but he is the best at it.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:59 AM | Report abuse

cork,

be a dear roll over and nudge JLC so he can post about haynesworth OK?

Posted by: drewkinnear | February 27, 2009 7:02 AM | Report abuse

Can someone please explain how we can afford Haynesworth? Are we going to have to gut/cut the rest of the team????

Posted by: Lisa_R | February 27, 2009 6:54 AM

Lisa,

First year cap hit should be about $8 million. So, we can cut/gut either Springs or Taylor.

Posted by: talent_evaluator | February 27, 2009 7:02 AM | Report abuse

everyone sure is happy now aboutAH but the last 3 weeks everyone had been sayin what a bad move except a couple of and contrary to popular belief CHRISTMAS IS ALWAYS IN FEBRUARY NOT DECEMBER thanks to DANNY-CLAUSE MERRY CHRISTMAS REDSKIN FANS!!!!!!

Posted by: all_this_bs | February 27, 2009 6:57 AM |

Well what would you have us do it is done now, so either you get on board or go root for a different team. In my case I would completely stop watching football before I would ever root for a different team, so I was mad for a few minutes and now I will support my team.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 7:02 AM | Report abuse

He is the best at getting under the cap, it doesn't help the team but he is the best at it.

Posted by: Flounder21 | February 27, 2009 6:59 AM

It is a gift, isn`t it? Now if he could just tell the difference between a silk purse and a sow`s rear he could build a winner.

Posted by: talent_evaluator | February 27, 2009 7:04 AM | Report abuse

WELL I THINK A LIL RESTRUCTURE FOR JT BUT DONT CUT HIM HE WILL BE A BEAST AGAIN THIS YEAR WITH HAYNESWORTH DRAWING ALL THESE DOUBLE TEAMS!LOOK FOR 30 SACKS FROM THE D-LINE
CARTER 8 SACKS
JT-10 SACKS
HAYNESWORTH 8 SACKS
GHOLSTON MONTGOMERY AND GRIF-8 SACKS
DANGELO HALL 8-12 PICKS FROM HURRIED QB'S
CARLOS ROGERS 18 DROPPED PICKS LOL
AND TELL ME 100 MILL ISN'T WORTH IT FOR HAYNESWORTH

IF YOU ASK ME ITS
PRICELESS!!!

Posted by: all_this_bs | February 27, 2009 7:07 AM | Report abuse

I agree, Flounder. I don't like the signing, but I'll cheer for him just like I will everyone else. My concern is more about what happens when next year isn't uncapped...I admit, though, that I don't know much about cap rules, so maybe they can just keep extending cap hits, and never have to pay the piper.

Posted by: Cavalier83 | February 27, 2009 7:14 AM | Report abuse

The piper prefers to get paid every year in installments. He doesn't like one lump sum nor does he need as much as folks think.

Posted by: bangkokben | February 27, 2009 7:25 AM | Report abuse

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