Yes, it was an uncapped year, and legally nothing was done wrong. The NFL front office could have refused the contracts but didn't. Personally, I think $36 million is way too excessive, but it is what it is. It just fuels my contempt for "good old boy" cronyism. To add insult to injury, the 2 contracts in question were for Albert Haynesworth and DeAngelo Hall. Isn't honoring their contracts and paying them punishment enough?