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I agree with you, I think there is a really good chance that Maher rebounds and is fine in 2024. With that said though I think the issue is whoever signs him likely isn't giving him a tryout, but you're giving him guaranteed money. Projections i've seen have him getting around $3.5M this year. Maybe that doesnt happen in the end and his market isnt really there, but I'm sure the guy is going to try and finally get his payday. He's 33 years old and has gotten paid just $1,785,967 over his entire career. I'm sure he is looking to get a final check before his time is up, which at his age could realistically be any year now.They are CRAZY not to give Maher a shot. This is NO different than golf where a player picks up a flaw causing something to go wrong.....it's in your head until you figure it out....usually turns out to be something minor. Lets not over blow this until we give him a shot in camp.