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Old 03-08-2013   #57
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Default Re: Texans - 2.4 Million Cap Carryover for 2013

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Originally Posted by amazing80 View Post
in the nfl, sure it is. Keep pushing Ajs deal and Smiths deal so you never have to pay them that big sum against the cap. Smith could be cut in a few years and AJ will retire in a few years. As for JJo, that one will be tricky.

And I like the idea of locking up Cushing, but I feel he may want to play a year before getting a deal, hed be worth a lot less if signed now
Pushing the cap hit into future years is just delaying the inevitable - that you WILL have to take that cap hit. Every penny you pay a player will count against the cap sooner or later. And if you make that the way you operate your business, you will be caught chasing your tail, like the Cowboys, where they've had millions in dead money because they cut players that had been previously "restructured." Now they're doing the same thing, and IMO, it's a terrible way to run your football team.
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