On whether it is disturbing that qualifying offer process has led to players signing under-market deals:
As you guys, I'm sure are aware, when you talk about collective bargaining history, there are always topics that are worthy of discussion at any one particular time, free agency and free agency compensation is one that has been a topic of discussion for the last 48 years and I don't suspect it's going to change any time soon. Am I concerned about players being at home? Am I concerned about players not having opportunities when they should? Yes, yes. Inevitably, free agency is a market that offers guys an opportunity to see what potential is out there, what chances they may have to play on other teams, whether it'd be a one-year or a multi-year. Sometimes those offseasons work well, Sometimes they don't. In this instance, there seem to be other dynamics playing into it. That's why we're playing as much attention as we are.