Thread: Speculation: Acq/ Rost. Bldg./ Cap Part XVI
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01-21-2013, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr Gone View Post
i think you have to consider that the conditions change.

1. a player on a one last shot one year contract that has a successful season then has the choice to move on for a better contract. if you take a chance on a player and he finds success, would you want to lose him to a rival because you wanted to keep the presssure up on him?

2. lets use bradley as an example. bradley was increasingly effective as a motivating factor the longer he was with the team and the more apart of its fabric he became. same is true of hendricks. if you change that player out evert year on a one year contract, you dont get that value and often will end up with a bust of a player.

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