Re: Should we use RFA tenders on Reed, Harewood, and Cox?
Originally Posted by jonboy79
As JB had alluded to, I had proposed the following deal in the prior RFA thread:
Originally Posted by LukeDaniel
They could also do like they did with his predeceasor (Matt Katula) and give him say a 5-year deal with basically minimum salaries and a $600K bonus. That would mean he'd make close ($600K + $630K base = $1.23M) to the RFA tender amount, but would make his 2013 cap number $750K, so there'd still be a decent amount of Cap savings from the $1.3M RFA tender.
Also, understanding that his replacement, even if a rookie (and untested), would be making at least $405K.