Someone mentioned this in the "Get Rich Quick" scheme on Pats "fan" tried to pull on the Patriots regarding the Flutie Drop Kick Ball written by "Wrong" Borges. This, however, deserves to be look at in more detail. And that is the discussions of the new CBA Extension. http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2006/01/29/a_get_rich_kick_scheme_fails/?page=2 Now, I don't know if the $110 million would be starting in 2006, 2007, or 2008 (the end of the current CBA). What I do know is that if its in 2006, all our speculation regarding the demise of the Jets and the Colts goes right out the window. If that $110 was in 2007, it wouldn't be as bad, but we would see a jump in the salary cap to around $98 million for this year. The CBA negotiations are CRITICAL for the survival of the NFL that we all know and love. A return to the pre-cap days, though it leaves the Pats is a much more stable position than other teams, would see the league degenerate into the morass that MLB has become. Where only a few teams actually competing on a regular basis.