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(CBS Sports)   Randy Gregory decides that he would rather play for a team that can win in the playoffs   (cbssports.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Dallas Cowboys, National Football League, Tom Landry, Collective bargaining, Pittsburgh Steelers, Randy Gregory, Negotiation, American Federation of Labor  
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310 clicks; posted to Sports » on 15 Mar 2022 at 8:55 PM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-03-15 9:00:19 PM  
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2022-03-15 9:05:20 PM  
A+ trolling there subs
 
2022-03-15 9:07:09 PM  
So he's a spy for the Chiefs?
 
2022-03-15 9:13:12 PM  
More like play in a state with legalized marijauna.
 
2022-03-15 9:21:30 PM  
The Cowboys and Broncos offered the same contract.  The Cowboys included their standard clause that guaranteed money can be voided based on fines or suspension.  The Broncos did not, and that's what made the difference.
 
2022-03-15 10:14:51 PM  
Guy never played a full season, never had more than 6 sacks a year.  Cowboys put a lot of faith in a guy who couldn't stay on the field and never really produced consistently when he was on it.
 
2022-03-15 10:24:37 PM  
Guy is amazing when he isn't making dumb penalties or hurt.  So 10 plays a year.
 
2022-03-15 11:13:55 PM  

Maybe you should drive: The Cowboys and Broncos offered the same contract.  The Cowboys included their standard clause that guaranteed money can be voided based on fines or suspension.  The Broncos did not, and that's what made the difference.


if that is is then i don't blame the guy for signing elsewhere.
 
2022-03-15 11:21:58 PM  
Pretty sure Dallas has won a playoff game more recently than the Donkos, as much as I hate to admit it.
 
2022-03-15 11:36:23 PM  
Additionally, CBS Sports has learned that it was owner Jerry Jones who was most passionate about getting the deal done and largely responsible for the initial agreement, before his front office moved to insert a still-unknown clause into the contract that torpedoed Jones' efforts.

I'm sure Jerry won't have a problem with this. Probably won't even mention it to the deal breakers, generally being a hands-off owner and all.
 
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