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Old 11-13-2012, 03:06 PM   #31
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injury tax combined w double cooley contract negates the cap penalties in a strange loophole. all garcon has to do is fill out and mail his injury tax forms* and we get our whole $36M back

*cooley has to make a sworn statement, in regards
Is this a straight answer in regards to one of Goats posts? Daaaamn!
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:08 PM   #32
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I think Merryweather will play, hopefully hes in game shape. I cannot see Garcon going Sunday. Still walking with pain after a 6 week rest..not good news. I would not be suprised to see him IR Monday.
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Is this a straight answer in regards to one of Goats posts? Daaaamn!
it is, i just hope garcon gets his forms postmarked by thursday midnight.
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PG, if he busts, is not the typical FA bust of years past. AH, Jason Taylor, McNabb, etc big names that had no intention of making the Skins a better team. Nothing I have seen from PG sends the message he wasn't hoping to come in, and go full speed from day one. Does it add to the snakebit feeling yes, but I just don't put him in the Redskins bust mode of FA's yet, or probably ever.
Garcon was never a great player like those guys though. It was all about potential with him, and that seems to be waning.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:13 PM   #35
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Is that the final date as far as getting the whole 36 mil? If it goes past that can some of the money still be recuped towards the cap? Oh...and thanks for the AA stats Quake.
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Is that the final date as far as getting the whole 36 mil? If it goes past that can some of the money still be recuped towards the cap?
that's the final date, once that date passes, only albert haynesworth can help us out there. it's a similar type of form, but it's in regards to conduct. cooley will still have to give sworn testimony, and that form will have to be postmarked by 11/30/12 midnight.

but, there is nothing in it for haynesworth, and he has shown reluctance. snyder is working w tom cruise to put together a package that may entice haynesworth. keep your fingers crossed
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WTF do you think we can do?
Have no idea man that's why I asked. Garcon was an inconsistent WR to begin with, and now he looks to have a nagging injury for the remainder of his career. Really, really hard to imagine he can be our #1 guy, but he's getting paid like one and we need that money badly.

I mean, at this point I think you do whatever is best salary cap wise. Cut him? Force immediate renegotiation of contract?
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Surely will. Thanks for the info. Whats Cruise gonna do....buy him a hundred Happy Meals?
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Surely will. Thanks for the info. Whats Cruise gonna do....buy him a hundred Happy Meals?
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Just what that lazy fat bastard needs!
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Have no idea man that's why I asked. Garcon was an inconsistent WR to begin with, and now he looks to have a nagging injury for the remainder of his career. Really, really hard to imagine he can be our #1 guy, but he's getting paid like one and we need that money badly.

I mean, at this point I think you do whatever is best salary cap wise. Cut him? Force immediate renegotiation of contract?


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Why is Garcon so against having surgery? Going out there in pain isn't doing anyone any good. He needs to shut it down and try and come back next year.

I wouldn't expect much better play from Merriweather than we're getting from the other guys.
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Why is Garcon so against having surgery? Going out there in pain isn't doing anyone any good. He needs to shut it down and try and come back next year.

I wouldn't expect much better play from Merriweather than we're getting from the other guys.
I would guess because the foot/ligament surgery is no guarantee at this point and may even make things worse.

From all that I am seeing, this is not a "let's put in a couple stitches, wait a couple weeks and ta daaa" operation. It's a "we're going to try some screws, a cadaver ligament and hot glue, keep you off your feet for 3 months, in a boot for three more and then pray that (1) it all holds together and (2) we didn't hit the nerve cluster right above the big toe which could create incredible pain and loss of movement" kind of surgery.

Based on my experience and from what I have seen, this is essentially lis franc type injury (torn ligament attached to metatarsil) except that it is on the bottom of the foot as opposed to on the topside.
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