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He’s no longer due any guaranteed money – what would hit the books for cap purposes is $6 million of his base salary that is guaranteed against injury and the remaining prorated balance of the monies that was paid to him to lower his cap hit in 2013 which is just over $7 million  meaning there would be a cap hit in excess of $13 million. Nicks is not going to retire – furthermore his agent would never steer his client in that direction – at this point he was unable to see the field for nearly a year and a half due to his initial toe injury that got infected.

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