How would you react to being offered a job that would be challenging, but within your capabilities, for greater-than-typical compensation, but would require that your memory of the run be erased? Under what circumstances would this arrangement be acceptable, and how would you handle it?
Part of staying alive as a runner involves calculated risk. You can't calculate risk if you don't know what you've been doing for a week of your life. The next job that you walk into could very well be your grave and that would stay true for the rest of your career.
Besides, considering the stuff that Johnsons feel it's okay to smack runners with when the runners have working memories... a Johnson would probably have no compunctions in a situation where we wouldn't even know who to hold accountable. So if that's a condition of the run, they can keep their NY and find some other team to screw.