The Washington Post is reporting that if the NFL is forced to open its doors through the court system, the playing field would be the same as they were last season.
No salary cap and restricted free agency for four- and five-year veterans with non-guaranteed contracts and tender levels which vary according to the player’s perceived importance on the team.
The Raiders have already given first- and third-round tenders to tight end Zach Miller and running back Michael Bush, which would pay each man approximately $3.2 million for the 2011 season.
I’ll be away for a week on a company-mandated furlough.
Beat writer Steve Corkran will keep you updated on Raiders news . . .