Originally posted by KRS-1:Originally posted by 9erfan4life:Originally posted by KRS-1:Originally posted by jame-gumb:Originally posted by KRS-1:
Crabtree's cousin said he'd be willing to sit out the whole year....he only sat out 40 some odd says....Crabtree has not done what his cousin said.
He said Crabtree would sit out the whole year. Crabtree didn't deny it and, to this point, has given zero indication that he plans to sign.
It doesn't really matter, though, because you're arguing semantics here.
I'll say it again (read slowly): My point is that Crabtree's decision to hold out is stupid. If you disagree, tell me why. If not, run along now.
Crabtree never acknowledged what his cousin said either.
If the 49ers decision is to let Crabtree hold out for the whole season without ever making another contract offer beyond the initial offer then it is a stupid decision on the organizations behalf.
Why bother? This goes higher than just the 9ers the comish made it clear he didn’t want any rookie going too far out of the price slot so as high as 9 as low as 11 anywhere in between but Crabs is NOT getting the 5, 6, 7, slot money he wants end of story.
Sorry can’t help you bye bye
I stated before I don't care what we pay him but we need to up the offer if the current one doesn't cut it.
If the Commish and the league wanted it to be clear that no player gets more than slotted worth then why did they approve Brady Quinn's contract ? Why have they not put a rookie salary cap in place to date ? I'm sorry but the league is sending mixed signals and players and or agents will look to take advantage of this when they believe they can.
see my other post also
Why should every player drafted get the same 20-25% increase in contracts from last year but Crabs wants double that why cuase he's Crabtree
The NFL makes Crabtree
Crabtree doesn't make the NFL