Is McNair suddenly optimistic about a new CBA?

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  1. dalemurphy

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    Two days after a judge ruled the owners will not be receiving its $4 billion in TV money if there is a lockout, the Texans are suddenly spending money. It seems strange that the McNair would fork over $5-$10 million in signing bonuses hours before the lockout. Perhaps things have changed. If the players agree to extend the deadline, I'm going to be very hopeful that we will have a new CBA in time for a free agent signing period prior to the draft. In other words, YIPPEE!
     
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    YIPPEE! MAYBEE. Nothing I've read or heard reported is the least bit optimistic. It ends up in Judge Doty's court. Again... :nolisten:<------(The two sides)
     
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    My understanding is no one is sure how the CBA will address these type players and teams are not taking chances but signing and placing tender offers like crazy.
     
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