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Browns Toy with the Idea of Dumping Stallworth

Rumors continue to swirl about the Browns thinking about dumping Donte’ Stallworth after he was suspended by league commish Roger Goodell on Thursday. The Plain Dealer talks about what type of cap relief the Browns would get if they dump Stallworth:

While Stallworth is suspended “indefinitely,” the Browns will get immediate salary-cap relief of $745,000, which is Stallworth’s scheduled base salary for 2009. But if they cut him now, he would cost the Browns about $7.6 million on their cap. If the Browns waited until 2010, there would be no salary-cap ramifications because the cap is expected to be abolished – unless the NFL and its players union reach an extension of the current collective bargaining agreement.

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One Response to “Browns Toy with the Idea of Dumping Stallworth”

  1. ButchGavlen says:

    trade him for a waterboy or keep him till it benefits the team. it hurts nobody.

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