... sadder still the example youve' served up squidz. In trying to rebut the op, prove your point, you havent produced anything more than vague reference's to the Suter Contract of a wholly non-specific generalized nature.
Technically, do not all the players sign contracts not for a monetary value, but for a percentage of the players' share of revenue?
Not exactly. Players sign for a dollar value, but the dollar value can be reduced, I believe, if there's low revenue. That's what escrow is about - players putting a precautionary amount away that they get back if revenue projections are made.
But that's exactly the kind of term that makes me wonder if a court would ever find these contracts enforceable for their dollar value if a CBA did not accompany them.