Reading the article, I can't see how Upshaw's complaints can be fixed. The salary cap put things on an even level, yes, but now he says that there are too many teams out there who don't "have". It sure does sound like a way to get more money to the players.
Oh, and both Washington and Chicago sure as hell aren't spending their money wisely. Geez...
There's no way the league plays without a cap in '07. We're three years away and they're already working on a three year extension to the existing deal. Something will get settled long before it ever becomes a mainstream issue.
1) I already admitted that was an exaggeration. 2) It's called hyperbole. 3) According to ESPN's stats, Welker was first in receptions and second in targets (ahead of Booker but behind Chambers) for the Dolphins that year. You calling him the No.