Parcells has the option to depart without any restrictions, and the team is required to pay him the financial balance of his original $12 million, four-year contract he signed in January 2008. Huizenga communicated the contractual changes to Ross, who did not protest, a league source said.
So Parcells can leave any time he wants? Pretty much how he did when he was with the Giants, and Jets, and Patriots and Cowboys? How is this news? Christ Mortensen is a jackass. The guy is notorious for the non-story story where his sources say one thing one day, something else the next. The guy couldn't count his balls and get the same answer twice. And why does Parcells' contract keep changing? Apparently, it's either written in some kind of ancient encrypted language or is held in a vault in Fort Knox, because nobody can get a clear idea of what it actually says. It could say anything, and we wouldn't know. Could it be just a piece of notebook paper that has "Bill can do whatever he wants" written on it with a drawing of a penis taking off like a rocket with Huizenga inside waving from one of the cockpit windows and a cartoon bubble connected to his mouth that reads "Netflix can suck it!" and on the bottom it has both his and Parcells' signatures? Yea why not.