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08-09-2011, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by TehDoak View Post
So let me get this straight. You guys sign a contract with a company. Now, in the last year of it, you are medically unable to perform the contract. In fact, you will probably never be able to work again due to injuries you received due to the nature of you work. Now, there is medical insurance that will pay you your full salary. However, your company is restricted by some law on how much they can spend on payroll, so they opt to buy your contract out, which by union law, they can do. Of course, you can do your company a favor and just retire, in which case you will receive no compensation.

What the hell would you do?
Just so we're clear, Drury receives $5M either way. The ONLY difference is whether the Rangers get hit with dead cap space or not.

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