Originally Posted by Sea Ray
Depends on how they figure it. Does that cap number include the hit they took for cutting Antonio Bryant?
They will not play football next year without a salary cap and a floor. That's what this whole disagreement is over. What percentage of revenues will the cap be based on. I think the owners want 50%; the players 60%.
In the end the owners will win this thing. They hold the cards. The players' careers are too short to be able to stomach a long work stoppage
I must admit, I really haven't been following the CBA agreement all that much and really don't know the issues. I know rookie slotting is a issue and a salary cap too. But is guaranteed contracts an issue? If the players are fighting for guaranteed contracts and owners are holding out, than I can only assume there will be no football next season.