Union welcomes holden pay offer

Union welcomes holden pay offer

Redskin said the offer was only accepted due to the team’s need for extra salary cap space this off-season, which was set at $4.3 million for this season.

“When we make an offer, we want to 바카라사이트be able to compete for those cap space, and we will,” Rolak said. “It’s not about winning, and we will not lose our players to a salary cap i더킹카지노n 2017. We’re trying to be proactive and compete to be in the league for the long term.”

That’s an uphill battle for a team who is projected to be in the bottom third of the league in winning percentage and rank 29th in goals (59) and 29th in goals against (102).

Even with the holdout, the Redskins have enough roster space for two more years of salary cap growth, Rolak said.

“What they did 바카라사이트and what they agreed to today, it’s definitely an opportunity for us to move forward and rebuild our group,” Rolak said. “We know we can’t do everything. We have to keep making the hard decisions to try to improve the team. We’ve got more room than we anticipated.”

Brett McKay: (202) 646-2362 or bmckay@starledger.com