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Bush and Miller Could Be In for Some Big Money in New CBA

Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune reports that the Raiders could have to write some checks if the new CBA goes into effect according to Adam Schefter.

It’s only one of dozens of reports sure to surface as players and owners inch toward a collective bargaining agreement, but if ESPN’s Adam Schefter is correct (via PFT) Zach Miller and Michael Bush could be in for newfound riches.

Schefter is reporting unrestricted free agency could be restored to four years, as it was before the 2010 season.

That means Miller and Bush would be be on the open market and go to the highest bidder rather than be tied to the Raiders with the first- and third-round tenders which were given before the work stoppage.

It would likely mean a lot more to Miller than to Bush.

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