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Thread: Browns offer Wallace $13.5 annually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    i believe the browns are more interested in the ravens free agents than mike wallace...will be shocked if they end up with wallace...now paul kruger i think is a brown
    this is what I've seen around the webs, they are doing a full court press for Kruger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daytona Fin View Post
    Hopefully wallace thinks miami is a better option than cleveland if it is even on money. The taxes are probably better in florida also.
    You can lop about 800,000 off for state income tax in Ohio, versus no state income tax in florida. So a Dolphin offer of 12.7 is as good as 13.5 from the Browns.
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    Aside from Wallace growing up in NO and playing for Ole Miss and predictibly preferring warm weather: the Ohio state income tax rate is nearly 6% and it looks like the Cleveland municipal income tax rate is 2%. Beyond that PHilbin is a SB-winning offense coach, and I don't believe that Chud, as an NFL offensive coordinator has ever produced a team that even went .500.

    So obviously raw numbers don't tell the whole story.




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    Don't believe this either way. Pretty much everybody in the front office of Cleveland now worked with Joe Banner (CEO of the Browns) in Philly, and Banner's never been one to throw money around like that. Hell, Philly fans blame their recent struggles on no longer having Banner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Aside from Wallace growing up in NO and playing for Ole Miss and predictibly preferring warm weather: the Ohio state income tax rate is nearly 6% and it looks like the Cleveland municipal income tax rate is 2%. Beyond that PHilbin is a SB-winning offense coach, and I don't believe that Chud, as an NFL offensive coordinator has ever produced a team that even went .500.

    So obviously raw numbers don't tell the whole story.
    He won't be living in Cleveland trust me he will be in gates Mills, Aurora, Solon, Twinsburg, or Beachwood which have higher taxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynryan15 View Post
    He won't be living in Cleveland trust me he will be in gates Mills, Aurora, Solon, Twinsburg, or Beachwood which have higher taxes.
    It's always been my understanding that you're subject to the prevailing municipal tax rate of the employer's location where you physically work. Could be wrong tho
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    even if its true, for 13.5 million they can have him. I really dont think hes worth that much...BUT, he is only 26. He's got YEARS ahead of him to improve.
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