true. he's never had any problem getting deals done with rosenhaus. that might not be a good thing for the club.
Hurney seems like a nice guy but it would be a monumental mistake to allow him to stay:
1) His contract negotiation skills are infamous at best. (Historically bad negotiator)
2) His "cap management genius" is matched by no less than 31 other cap managers in the NFL. (Has no unique skillset to offer)
And most importantly...
3) New team management would not be able to trust someone with such a close realtionship to the owner. (Fly on the Wall)
if hurney is going to stay with the team (which i have a feeling might be the case) then i'd rather it be limited to just that one aspect rather than making personnel decisions. as weak as he may be at handling the cap...i think that's his strong point.
it would be better to start fresh, tho. should have happened when fox left. i just knew that if one of those two were going to stay, i would rather have had it be hurney staying.