No better example exists of a veteran big name who shouldn't be given a huge contract due to questions about dedication and effort. Julius Peppers disappears for games at a time, and is a far bigger risk to take time off than Albert Haynesworth.
Peppers will take a huge guaranteed contract from
Snyder Allenahan and then proceed to not live up to the value of the deal.
If this happens, get ready to throw yet another exepensive veteran on to the pile in
Dan Snyder's Allenahan's continuing effort to build a roster of over-paid veterans who aren't hungry for anything except taking time off.
Don't ever wonder why we're a perennial disappointment. Moves this like this are why.