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Paying Greg Hardy

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Hardy isnt getting near the money CJ got. This is his first real season he has shown anything. CJ got his money bc before then being a backup, he always showed he had something. He was also a very nice prospect coming out.

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Can we please worry about these things when they actually need to be worried about? We have Hardy at least through 2014, so we've got time.

Exactly. I remember the make Chud the HC threads. Along with the Chud should make more than Rivera so he won't leave threads. The wonderful things about salary caps and such is that if you really want to make it work you can.

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