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Postby JrcWy » Wed Jun 16, 2004 3:01 pm

I did a little research and here is a list in order of who is made more money than Hines last season (I've highlighted the reasons Hines is probably angry):

Moss, Randy
Harrison, Marvin
Bruce, Isaac
Owens, Terrell
Galloway, Joey
Moulds, Eric
Muhammad, Muhsin
Smith, Jimmy
Horn, Joe
Johnson, Keyshawn
Toomer, Amani
Holt, Torry
Booker, Marty
Warrick, Peter
Smith, Rod
Brown, Tim
Dwight, Tim
McCaffrey, Ed
McCardell, Keenan
Mason, Derrick
Brown, Troy
Coles, Laveranues
Chrebet, Wayne
Pinkston, Todd
Johnson, Andre
Rogers, Charles
Terrell, David
Taylor, Travis
Ward, Hines

There is no doubt Hines is a top 5 guy but is still understandable that there are more than five due to veterans pay structure and past performance. The thing that has got to make Hines a little upset is that there are quite a few scrubs ahead of him such as Terrell, Pinkston, and Taylor.
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Postby maddog60 » Wed Jun 16, 2004 3:06 pm

Wow, Pinkston doesnt even deserve to get a jersey let alone more money than Ward. Especially when you consider that the fans in Philly would pool their money together and pay him double to never show up to a game just so Reid can't start him.

Give the man his due. Ward deserves some fruits for his labor.
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Postby KingGhidra » Wed Jun 16, 2004 3:11 pm

Good work Jrc.
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