***** The best news about this is that it appears to have ended without any serious acrimony, or "locker room" disruption ... at least for now. Hopefully, this will carry us through the season. Beyond that, I'm not at all confident that there will be a long-term solution - hopeful, but not confident. If Sey is looking for "top 5 DL money", I think we're right back in the soup for next year.
Frank Northcutt <frank.dana@...> wrote:
Excellent news! It seems they agreed on a figure for this year, the
extension to follow.
Next up, Adam.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Christopher Robert Woods
> Copy and pasted without a link but the source is in there:
> Jay Glazer, of FoxSports.com, reports the New England Patriots and
> Richard Seymour have come to a financial agreement that will end his
> holdout. Seymour is expected to report to the team by Wednesday
> August 3. It is expected that Seymour's agent and the Patriots will
> hammer out a long-term deal sometime this year.
> Christopher Robert Woods