i'm not really sure that the arbitrator has that much authority. he can get him unsuspended and most likely will but released is completely different thing. his is an employee of the eagles and as such is subject to their decisions. there is already a precedent set in the keyshawn situation. the only difference was they sat him imediately and didn't suspend him. as i said i think that will be reversed and the eagles will have to pay him for the remainder of the season.