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Old 07-20-2007, 11:15 AM   #11
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Default Re: Steelers' Tomlin watching negotiations;

Steelers football is not about breaking the bank one any one player. Glad to see coach Tomlin mixing things up with the different captains this year.
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He was made the highest-paid guard in the league with his last contract in '02. I don't blame the Rooneys for not breaking the bank to keep his salary in line with other teams that are now grossly overpaying for marginal OG talent.
Agreed - it is a business; because of the cap contracts are for future performance in the context of the cost of an entire roster. They are not life achievement awards.
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Agreed - it is a business; because of the cap contracts are for future performance in the context of the cost of an entire roster. They are not life achievement awards.
You are definitely right,
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Ughhhhh. Mr. Pie in the Sky Rosenhaus. Hopefully, TImmons will be signed by Monday at 4 PM.

As for Faneca - SHADDUP and GROW UP. Who gives a rat's patoot if you don't wanna be co-captain - I'm not going to lose any sleep over it and I doubt any of your teammates will either. Go have a doughnut.


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