Stinkin Ref

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  1. Made picks for reaper and will pick browns for mr i
  2. reaper said above he was on vacation starting today and possibly without access...might be awhile
  3. will do
  4. you otc with replacement pick

  5. looks like this league is up and running but may not be able to access league 1 yet.... will wait for Shadowfax to make replacement pick before I pick....
  6. ok guess I was thinking if he is traded that the receiving team just assumes his contract and Dal is done....guess I wasn't aware that Dal would still be on the hook for anything.... I realize Tony may be "insisting" on some things but unless he has a no trade clause....does that really matter....? I guess he could just say.... I'm not playing.... and the team backs out....but then DAL just hangs on and releases or cuts him later....but you would think they explore options...
  7. maybe I don't know WTH I'm talking about....but zero?....the receiving team just assumes his contract...no...?
  8. a team could trade...pay him the $14 mil which is a reasonable amount....and then deal with the following years after that (cut/release/renegotiate/etc)....
  9. It is my understanding that if dealt in a trade Romo's salary would be around $14 million. That really isn't that bad for a team to absorb. Jerry Jones is a business man and his first priority is to do what is in the best interest of the Cowboys. Why in the world would he release Romo instead of getting something in return for him if he could? Doing "right by Romo" and just flat out releasing him is not in Dallas Cowboy best interest. If I am the Jets or Browns of the world, I offer Jerry a 5th round pick or something. If Jerry just releases Romo, there is no way he chooses to go with the Jets or Browns over the likes of say Denver or Houston. So if you are the Jets or Browns, the only shot you have at him is to trade for him. Plus why would Jerry just release Romo and allow him to go to a contender that Dallas may have to play in the playoffs or Super Bowl. If Romo is the one missing piece say Denver needs to get back to the Super Bowl, why in the world would you hand it to them on a silver platter? Jones should want to deal him to a team like the Browns or Jets that he doesn't really have to worry about. I don't think Romo has a no trade clause. So if you deal him to a crappy team and he decides to retire, so be it. Releasing Romo would be a huge mistake by Jones from a business perspective. If you are a team in need of a QB, you should be tossing Jerry an offer. If a crappy team offered me a six pack and a bag of chips I would take it...let alone a draft pick of any sort.
  10. it would cost Dal $14 mil this year and $19.5 mil the next year for him to sit on the bench for two years....
  11. It is my understanding that if dealt in a trade Romo's salary would be around $14 million. That really isn't that bad for a team to absorb. Jerry Jones is a business man and his first priority is to do what is in the best interest of the Cowboys. Why in the world would he release Romo instead of getting something in return for him if he could? Doing "right by Romo" and just flat out releasing him is not in Dallas Cowboy best interest. If I am the Jets or Browns of the world, I offer Jerry a 5th round pick or something. If Jerry just releases Romo, there is no way he chooses to go with the Jets or Browns over the likes of say Denver or Houston. So if you are the Jets or Browns, the only shot you have at him is to trade for him. Plus why would Jerry just release Romo and allow him to go to a contender that Dallas may have to play in the playoffs or Super Bowl. If Romo is the one missing piece say Denver needs to get back to the Super Bowl, why in the world would you hand it to them on a silver platter? Jones should want to deal him to a team like the Browns or Jets that he doesn't really have to worry about. I don't think Romo has a no trade clause. So if you deal him to a crappy team and he decides to retire, so be it. Releasing Romo would be a huge mistake by Jones from a business perspective. If you are a team in need of a QB, you should be tossing Jerry an offer.
  12. guys....mfl put out a message last week that should have showed up on your homepage saying the site would be down from this last monday through yesterday.......so they may still be updating things.....the timer is off....we are in no hurry....timer will stay off for awhile even when site comes back up so that people can catch up....we will be ok eta: most recent message said things should be back sometime today (Thursday)....
  13. He asked to suspend the clock for a while even when MFL comes back up...just asking people to keep checking in every once in awhile....