Sometimes, it seems like the athletic department is a spoiled child. They want anything they can get their hands on, no matter what the cost. After escaping a $350K contract with Bradford, Stewart is now inked to a two-year pact with that salary. Unlike Locksley, he's not a recruiting powerhouse, in D.C. or anywhere. He's coming in to install a 3-4 defense and make our team remember how to play in the second halves of games. With all of the deficits the program has, it's appalling to see this kind of money get doled out again.