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Kalil Restructures: saves 2.2 mil

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Not meant to disparage Kalil but the way I read this he is getting the the same money, just getting more now and allowing us to spread it out by converting to signing Bonus, not necessarily some great noble gesture

Duh. This is how almost all restructures end up working. However, fans like to say it is some great gesture for their love of the teamm. Any Panther player would have taken this restructure. Unfortunately, it is not easy to do this with most contracts which is why not everyone can.

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are his numbers right? which one is it 2.2mil of 3.45mil? someone please clarify this

I just asked him on twitter and he said he talked to

Yasinskas

and said they are both right. Point is that the panthers are about 10 million over the cap after the restructure. Think they were both looking at the amount over and did the math themselves on how much it saved.

Here was his exact response:

" josephperson: i talked to pat. we're both right when it comes to bottom line: Panthers are about $10M over the projected $131M cap."

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as far as I know haha

That deserves some pie.

Here's hoping that Gettlemania > Hurney Magic.

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I just asked him on twitter and he said he talked to

Yasinskas

and said they are both right. Point is that the panthers are about 10 million over the cap after the restructure. Think they were both looking at the amount over and did the math themselves on how much it saved.

Here was his exact response:

" josephperson: i talked to pat. we're both right when it comes to bottom line: Panthers are about $10M over the projected $131M cap."

how can they both be right? its either 2.4mil or 3.4mil how can it be both??

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how can they both be right? its either 2.4mil or 3.4mil how can it be both??

They're using the Hurney Metric.

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That's why they are writers, not sciency/mathy people obviously.

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joe person probably got it wrong, and is now trying to save face by saying "were both right". idiot.

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