Westbrook36 Posted March 7, 2006 Share Posted March 7, 2006 I searched but didn't see it posted. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/writers/peter_king/03/07/mmqbte/1.html Click link for more By Wednesday evening, NFL owners probably will have made a call, up or down, on the players' latest proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement. My guess is there's not going to be a deal and that free agency will start Thursday morning with a $94.5 million cap that will cause a few teams to cut some pretty good players.My feeling is based on the fact that this set of owners just can't agree on anything. I mean, it just pains some of them to see the cash that small-marketers like Mike Brown are making in places like Cincinnati and to think they have to share more of their money. Dallas owner Jerry Jones said it best in a press conference on Monday. He's talked to several of his peers and they don't like the deal Paul Tagliabue and Gene Upshaw fine-tuned to give to the owners Tuesday afternoon. Curtains. The death knell. Anything can happen with this group of owners, of course. But I don't see a deal. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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