I believe we do, but it depends on how much of Melton's money is scheduled against this year's cap and if Dallas is willing to sign him to a contract with a dead-money hit in a couple of years. The Cowboys could give him $7 million or $8 million up front in bonus for a four-year deal, then give him a low base salary the first year and a slightly higher one next year before the base exceeds the remainder of the bonus ($4 million or so) the third year. His first-year cap hit would end up about $3 million or so. If Melton's $5 million is all guaranteed against the cap, then their total would end up close to what we've got. Allen's total compensation could look big at four years, $30-plus million, but would be palatable for two years. If he's wanting a bigger bonus, then Dallas is probably better off letting him walk.