I'm not a real big believer in the way the salary cap is designed. I think there needs to be cap of some sort, but I don't like the idea that signing bonus' can be used against you once you cut a player. I'm not sure why they do that. I look at the Hunt situation. I realize that Sherman blundered badly in signing him to a big money long term contract. Sherman was an idiot for doing that, but the team is going to pay for that mistake in having to take a huge salary cap hit. I don't blame them for wanting to get out from under that contract. Hunt has been a bust in every way and isn't worth the money. But if they cut him, they take a huge hit which in essence impacts the teams chances of paying those who deserve to be paid. In the long run that signing and the price you pay for it, hinders the team in many ways for years to come. At the same time, the guy is a cancer, doesn't seem to want to play and it doesn't look like he can. I look at what happened to San Francisco when they backloaded all those contracts and simply didn't have any money to pay anyone. Is this good for football?