Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by PapaL, Mar 12, 2006.
to gigantic offer sheet; per ESPN.com
That's a BIG contract. Wonder if the Seachickens can match it or even want to.
The Seahawks refused to comment Sunday, preferring to let their seven-day window to match the offer play out. Seattle entered the weekend about $17 million below the league's $102 million salary cap for 2006. With such a large offer on the table, however, the Vikings have made it as difficult as can be for the Seahawks, who have already put a lot of money into their offense.
I read somewhere else the reason the Vikings offered so much guaranteed money was so that the Seahawks wouldn't be able to match the offer.
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