Last season, the Miami Dolphins insisted on an insurance policy when it came time to get their number-one draft pick signed. They had spent the number-eight overall selection on a quarterback that not everyone was sold on. They wanted to be sure they did not get burned in the deal, so they insisted on a specific clause within the contract, one that would guarantee them that if their pick were to be released, they would not have to pay him if he signed with another team.
Dolphins’ fans became very acquainted with the phrase “offset language” over the summer months. When the HBO cameras started filming the Miami training camp....http://bit.ly/12FDzjv