Browns | Miller Contract Dispute
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Cleveland Browns LB Jamir Miller has not attended the team's off-season conditioning program due to a contract dispute. David Dunn, Miller's agent requested a restructured contract of $29 million, a four-year deal that included a signing bonus in excess of $12 million. Brown's President and CEO Carmen Policy said there's nothing that can be done to the basic contract for the year 2002. The Beacon Journal reports the dispute may be a non-issue as Miller has never threatened to holdout. While he was not present for any voluntary practices, Miller does not have to be in attendance.
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