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Old 04-14-2010, 09:28 AM   #1
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Marshall reaches agreement with Dolphins on four-year, $47.5 million extension, including $24 million guaranteed.

per schefter.

not as high as i thought in gauranteed, but holy **** it worked out to 12 per year if he hits all escalators.
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Old 04-14-2010, 09:32 AM   #2
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Marshall reaches agreement with Dolphins on four-year, $47.5 million extension, including $24 million guaranteed.

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not as high as i thought in gauranteed, but holy **** it worked out to 12 per year if he hits all escalators.
10 per year. 5 year 50 mil, the extension is an add on to the 1 year 2.5 mil tender he signed
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it was an extension, marshall is also playing 1 year 2.5 mil, so it works to 5 years 50 million

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Marshall signed his one-year, $2.5 million tender with Denver yesterday, so it's five years in Miami for total of $50 million. Wow.
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5 years, 50 million, 24 guaranteed.

good for him. now good luck staying out of trouble in South Beach.
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Old 04-14-2010, 09:40 AM   #5
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We should have given him this contract. Oh well, time to move on. Best of luck in Miami Brandon!
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Does this mean we traded Rastaman too? (PLEASE!!!)
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We should have given him this contract. Oh well, time to move on. Best of luck in Miami Brandon!
Seriously? I want nothing to do with that contract.

Now, let's go cut Doom a check.
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Old 04-14-2010, 09:43 AM   #8
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Does this mean he's now too good for Josina?
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Not a bad deal for Marshall campared to this ..........

The base salary was $1.3 million, unchanged from a year ago, and he did not receive a bonus. He did get an incentive payment of $4.3 million and received other income of $422,680, which included personal use of the corporate jet that was valued at $138,713. That was more than double the value of any other top guy who also had personal use of the company aircraft. His package also included $308,390 that accounted for above-market returns on deferred compensation. Yep, that's the CEO of Wal-Mart.
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Does this mean he's now too good for Josina?
no, she got her jaws locked onto someone new...
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Not a bad deal for Marshall campared to this ..........

The base salary was $1.3 million, unchanged from a year ago, and he did not receive a bonus. He did get an incentive payment of $4.3 million and received other income of $422,680, which included personal use of the corporate jet that was valued at $138,713. That was more than double the value of any other top guy who also had personal use of the company aircraft. His package also included $308,390 that accounted for above-market returns on deferred compensation. Yep, that's the CEO of Wal-Mart.
the CEO of a major corporation making less then 10 million?
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Not a bad deal for Marshall campared to this ..........

The base salary was $1.3 million, unchanged from a year ago, and he did not receive a bonus. He did get an incentive payment of $4.3 million and received other income of $422,680, which included personal use of the corporate jet that was valued at $138,713. That was more than double the value of any other top guy who also had personal use of the company aircraft. His package also included $308,390 that accounted for above-market returns on deferred compensation. Yep, that's the CEO of Wal-Mart.
Still, there's no state taxes in FL. That's about another $5 mill right there over the life of the contract. Brandon Marshall is a happy man today.
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the CEO of a major corporation making less then 10 million?
Yep, it's kind of sad the value we put on a gangsta that can catch a football.
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How long can that CEO continue to function at that position?

Will he booted out of his industry by age 36?

Is he at risk for 21 weeks (minimum) of having a traumatic injury that disables him from continuing in his capacity as an employee?
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How long can that CEO continue to function at that position?

Will he booted out of his industry by age 36?

Is he at risk for 21 weeks (minimum) of having a traumatic injury that disables him from continuing in his capacity as an employee?
you guys really continuing on with this "traumatic injury" thing?

very, very few players have EVER been so disabled they cannot return to football. if one gets injured and never returns, a lot of the time they werent good enough to stay in the league anyway. but keep reaching
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Good luck with Chad Henne...hahahahaha
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Yep, it's kind of sad the value we put on a gangsta that can catch a football.

You say this like it is unique to the Sports industry. There are Film Directors up on statutory rape charges that get huge paydays for their next movie. Software engineers who are among the worst human being alive who cash in because they can code like no other. This has long been a society that values raw ability over moral fiber.
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How long can that CEO continue to function at that position?

Will he booted out of his industry by age 36?

Is he at risk for 21 weeks (minimum) of having a traumatic injury that disables him from continuing in his capacity as an employee?
Oh!.... sorry, are you telling me Marshall didn't prepare himself in college for life after football? Now I see why he get's the big bucks thanks for clearing that up.
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We should have given him this contract. Oh well, time to move on. Best of luck in Miami Brandon!
no, we shouldn't have
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Awesome.
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Oh!.... sorry, are you telling me Marshall didn't prepare himself in college for life after football? Now I see why he get's the big bucks thanks for clearing that up.
dude, he has to make 50 million dollars now or he will not be long for this country. no one can survive not making tens of millions. duh.
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Anyone else hoping he gets in trouble again? (nothing too major)..it'd make us look a whole lot better
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While missing his play I reluctantly have to agree with the trade. Why pay this money for a "10" when you can get 3 "8"s for the same price. Also, the risk miami is taking is huge if the leopard does not change his spots.

Thanks BMarsh, it was great watching you in orange.
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While missing his play I reluctantly have to agree with the trade. Why pay this money for a "10" when you can get 3 "8"s for the same price. Also, the risk miami is taking is huge if the leopard does not change his spots.

Thanks BMarsh, it was great watching you in orange.
agreed - hopefully he's grown up enough to resist the urge to get himself in trouble; but I doubt it. Florida is where he learned how to be an idiot
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