As he is a restricted free agent we will likely allow him to test the market and then have the option to match the offer. I would doubt no matter how well he plays we will give him a long term deal with no incentive based contract unless we are convinced everything is fine. He seems to be in Rivera's doghouse right now. We are already up against the cap next year.
Ok, my bad, I misunderstood, but either way if he performs well this year. I would still get rid of him. There is no way I would sign him to a big contract if I was Carolina. I've seen it in too many sports, where the athlete, who is not performing up to his potential, has one great season at the end of his contract, the local team and several others offer up big dollars, the player goes to the highest bidder and sucks for the rest of his career.
Is it time to give up on Jeff Otah?
Posted 19 June 2012 - 09:29 AM
Posted 19 June 2012 - 10:47 AM
I'm not sure why we make weekly posts about Otah, Carolina is in a perfect situation with the dude. If he doesn't perform, we are done with him at the end of the season.
Because most of the teenagers in this forum don't know how to express any opinion without talking about how terrible a player is.
..never mind they actually have no fuging clue as to where his status lies, what his injury is, when his rehab completes, or what the current prognosis is.
..they are just bandwagoning on something negative so they can sound like they have a critical opinion which in reality is nothing but a feigning attempt to demonstrate that they have any intelligent insight whatsoever, on anything.
a.k.a. "I'm not stupid. I complain about stuff."