I was reading a post about whether we'll have enough cap space to sign a bunch of rookies to large contracts, and BrianL made a comment about the possibility of an uncapped season relieving that pressure.
But would it?
If the NFL succumbed to an uncapped (and thus "unfloored") model, it would be up to the owners (I think) as to how much money they'd be willing to shell out to their team's players.
How would the Paul Allen proceed?
Is he going to be a NY Yankees type owner, that'll pour in as much money as needed, or will he be a Florida Marlins owner and set a cap of 13 cents and an empty pack of chew for the whole team?
It's interesting to think where the Hawks will shake out amongst others in the league.