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Richardson approaching Fox about his contract status?

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#46 jarhead


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Posted 21 August 2010 - 09:35 AM

JR has more to lose if there is a lockout.He is one of the few owners that owns the stadium and will still have to pay for it if there would be a lock out.I am proud we have a team and I am glad we have an owner that built a stadium without tax payer money.He has made it very clear that he rejects the idea of overpaying players and the day the NFL becomes like the NBA and major league baseball where you buy a championship he will sell out.I dont call that cheap but rather smart.

#47 FuzzyPanther


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Posted 21 August 2010 - 05:06 PM

Sometimes winning percentages do not reflect how good a coach is...

or bad... Totally agree! But I still think Fox has proven himself against his peers, and though he may not be the "best", his name is not far down the list.

Is there a reliable site that gives coaches' and players' salaries? (Preferably in sortable fields)???

Would love to make a "value chart" with a ranking of "dollars to wins" value.

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Posted 21 August 2010 - 06:50 PM

I will take a proven fox over any one out there, especially Cowher. As an NC State alum I still take Fox.

(insert teddy kgb voice) pay this man his money