Quin: So the legacy of Pete Rozelle is no more? On Any Sunday no longer applies?
I would, however, defend the players and their supposed appetites for gazillions. From what I can tell those big contracts they sign aren’t worth their weight in fool’s gold. How else to explain the many stars and starters teams are currently in the process of placing on waivers in order to create salary cap room? So, for instance, we have Denver’s leading running back getting dumped, along with the many millions he was scheduled to earn in coming seasons had he remained on the team. Are these players too dumb — or too exploited — to insist above all on guaranteed contracts?
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