Here's an interesting thought on Marshall. Suppose they tendered him only to a first, because they are hoping a team comes in and puts down an offer that would be less than what he is wanting at the moment in terms of a long term deal. So they match the offer and get him for less than what he was wanting in terms of a contract extension, or less than what they thought he was going to want.
I'm unaware of how the matched offer works. Do teams put down an amount as well as length of contract that needs to be matched, or are all the offers for the last year of his contract?
Beware the poison pill. i say we let him go for a 1st, then sign Ausitn Miles to an offer and put a poison pill clause in it guaranteeing his money if he iSNT the highest paid receiver on the team. Then if Dallas matches it, they have to gusrantee his money because of what they are already paying Williams. if not...we essentially swap Marshall and a third for Miles. I could live with that.