Since the trade went down in the last couple of hours before the deadline, don't you think he was waiting for the best offer?
Do you think BC decided to take a lesser deal?
I'm sure BC could have got a first rounder for him - but he would have had to take back salary. That was the whole point of this trade. No salary came back.
Lets see what happens between the end of April and Draft Night/July 1st with the flexibility that was created which otherwise would not have been possible.
I guess I was too heavy on BC.
Still, LB was an asset, as he's showing in Indy. It would be nice to see BC fleece some GM once in awhile; really play some hard ball and sell a golden trade. I think the jury's out on BC.
Basically, we'd better end up with a great draft pick (MKG or close) and a great FA, all in tune with excellent team chemistry and a winning combination, or I, for one, will be the first to publically lynch the guy. (figuratively speaking)
If he squanders the flexibility on "meh" or "so-so" acquisitions, then he's just a loser Burke, no plan, no acumen, no greatness....just a chump.
Ah, our "missing" cap holds.
I still can't believe Wright's cap hold is 7 million though :(