|SmootSmack ||06-07-2004 04:44 PM |
Terrell Buckley Negotiates Deal with Pats
This is kind of an interesting story in that Buckley handled all the negotiations himself without the help of his agents, the Postons brothers
|Big C ||06-07-2004 04:52 PM |
why even waste your money on an agent then?
|cpayne5 ||06-07-2004 05:06 PM |
Negotiating contracts is not an agent's only job.
|Big C ||06-07-2004 05:07 PM |
seems like it would be the thing that they would be experts at
|cpayne5 ||06-07-2004 05:10 PM |
[QUOTE=Big C]seems like it would be the thing that they would be experts at[/QUOTE]
lol, you would think! But maybe Buckley has a brain between his ears and has taken note of past Poston 'jobs'. Maybe he gave 'em the day off.
|Bergman14 ||06-07-2004 07:49 PM |
You notice he only got a one yeard deal, for 760,000? doesnt seem like he did that great of a job
|cpayne5 ||06-08-2004 08:31 AM |
That's probably about right for an aging vet who never was great to begin with.
|sportscurmudgeon ||06-08-2004 07:23 PM |
Signing a one-year deal at the league minimum for vets does not take a wyhole lot of negotiating. Buckley would not have gotten much more no matter who the agent(s) might have been.
|Carnage ||06-09-2004 07:32 PM |
[QUOTE=Bergman14]You notice he only got a one yeard deal, for 760,000? doesnt seem like he did that great of a job[/QUOTE]
It the same deal he got his last two seasons. Why pay the postons for minimum? :banghead: :banghead:
|SKINSnCANES ||06-09-2004 07:41 PM |
Im surprised the Postons didnt try convicing the pats that Buckley is a soldier and that they heard someone say hes the best corner in the league so they are running with that assumtion when discussing the deal
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