Hali’s Agent Confident He’ll Get His Client a Multi-Year Deal

Pro Football Weekly reports that LB Tamba Hali’s agent appears to be confident that his client will get a multi-year deal once the lockout wraps up.

Since a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the players and owners has yet to be agreed upon, it is unclear what the salary cap for the 2011 season will be. OLB Tamba Hali, who was offered the franchise tag before the lockout began, would like to sign an extension with Kansas City. Hali’s agent, Brian Mackler, told PFW he was optimistic a multi-year contract could be worked out with the Chiefs once a salary cap is in place. Hali, who led the AFC with 14½ sacks last season, turns 28 years old in November, meaning he likely has several productive seasons ahead of him. The Chiefs will explore options to wisely add salary if they indeed are under the floor, but adding more up-front money to Hali’s contract seems like a practical and sensible way to do so.


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