Pat Kirwan has this to say about teams signing their own players to new contracts or extensions.
Players like Roy Williams, Jason Witten and Steve Smith are in very good positions to get offers that make sense to them, but the teams might become hesitant to work at those numbers. As one contract negotiator said, "In the end, it may be a lot easier to sign your second-tier players this spring than it will be to get the elite guys done."
Dr. Z. brings up an interesting theory about Drew Bledsoe, but like him I can't motivate myself to do the research. Perhaps some BTB reader will confirm or debunk this theory.
It sure seemed like it was true last year, but that had a lot to do with the o-line.
In honor of the Mavs getting it on in the NBA Finals, here's an article about the Mavs being the toast of the town, and not the `Boys. Perhaps some of you locals in Big D want to chime in on this.
A Philly sportswriter gets excited because T.O. used the word "humbled" correctly.