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11-12-2012, 11:39 AM
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Accusing the players of doing something that they haven't done yet seems to be an odd approach to this. I question the likelihood that these contracts play out in their entirety but to accuse the players of signing with the intent of not honouring their contract seems unfair. It's not a cap circumvention strategy until a player actually retires to give a team the benefit. To me the real easy solution isn't to cap the length of contracts, or to limit the year-to-year variance in salary but to actually call these above 35 deals actual are. If a contract goes a few years past 35, call it a 35+ contract.

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