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08-15-2010, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by BiLLY_ShOE1721 View Post
Yes, they ****ing are. They deliberately added those last years to keep the cap hit lower. There are other types of cap circumvention other than giant contracts for guys that are under 35. It's you against everyone, wake up and realize it.
There is no cap being circumvented.

Zero.

None.

It's not possible.

It doesn't matter if they deliberately added years. If you count this contract as cap circumvention, then every contract that changes the amount of salary a player actually receives has to be viewed as cap circumvention.

Cap Circumvention occurs when a team does not pay the entire charge of cap designated by the total dollar amount and length of a contract.

What you're citing is not circumvention. It's concentrating on the present and paying for it in the future. It's basically the same as trading away your draft picks for veterans. There's nothing illegal or circumventing about it.


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