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Old 02.01.2014, 03:47 PM
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You do know that to resign someone would be the exact opposite of re-signing them?
Could the bears resign Cutler?
Surely they could only fire him or he resigns himself?
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You do know that to resign someone would be the exact opposite of re-signing them?
Yes, I do, I missed the hyphen.

Does it really matter?

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wowzer, 7 year deal to age 37, impressive. Could handicap them in a few years time unless some very creative structure!

Few teams likely disappointed didn't get a crack at woo-ing him.
Yup, we haven't seen the numbers yet, but even with his propensity for being a wimp, he's talented.
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Old 02.01.2014, 03:50 PM
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So, what do we think the guaranteed $$ will be? Big signing bonus maybe?
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You do know that to resign someone would be the exact opposite of re-signing them?
Aye but people kent what he meant. Cutler can't resign, he could retire or say he wants to leave but he can't officially resign.

Are you looking for the NFLUK chief pedant title or something
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Wouldn't have given him 7 years, but it's the right move to re-sign him IMO.
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Wouldn't have given him 7 years, but it's the right move to re-sign him IMO.
We all know in free agency it's really a 1 year contract with agreed numbers for 7 years should they want him, so it's no great shakes
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Wouldn't have given him 7 years, but it's the right move to re-sign him IMO.
I think in reality, the deal is probably a 3 year deal, the total numbers and years will be a mirage, as they always are.
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I would have let him go.

Money could be spent wisely elsewhere (defence defence defence), and I don't think he's actually very good.
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Wow just wow

Was convinced they'd tag or release him
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