A: When it's Donovan McNabb's new contract extension with the Washington Redskins.
McNabb's much-discussed, five-year deal reportedly is potentially worth $88.5 million, but only if the quarterback achieves a number of performance incentives, like leading the Redskins to victory in the Super Bowl every year.
What other incentives are in the fine print? Glad you asked. Page 2's dubious network of sources was able to obtain a copy of the deal, with the relevant portion posted below:
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