Let's take a look at the departure of Sam Madison and the arrival of his replacement Andre' Goodman:
Madison is 31 (and will be 32 next month). He signed a 4 year, $7.4 million dollar deal, that will probably net him $4.1 million over the first two years.
Goodman is 27. He signed for 3 years at $5 million, with $2.5 million in "likely to be earned" incentives. I didn't see the breakdown per year, but you have to figure that he's probably going to net close to $5 million over the first two years.
I know Madison had trouble in run support, but I have to ask whether we got the better end on that deal?