Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Cap Problems

The New England Patriots heading into March are starting to look like they will be without WR Troy Brown and/or CB Ty Law, all because of the salary cap issues. I am sure both these player would love to stay on this team, but the problem is; are Ty Law and Troy Brown willing to take a pay cut and reconstruct their contract.

The Patriots are about $3 million dollars over and cutting Brown would give them a $4 million dollars in cap relief. Law on the other hand is due for something along the lines of $12 million dollars in 2005.

4 comments:

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