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Old 01-16-2006, 01:28 PM   #1
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Salary Cap Analysis

Salary Cap $ Scheduled in 2006: $109.6 million
Expected NFL Salary Cap Limit: $93 million

Expected Cuts - Cap Savings:
Brandon Noble - $1.7 million
Walt Harris - $2 million
Matt Bowen - $2 million
Corey Raymer - $1 million
Antonio Brown - $450,000
Jimmy Farris - $450,000
Derrick Frost - $450,000
Total Cap Savings from Cuts: $8 million

Salary Cap $ Scheduled in 2006 after Cuts: $101.6 million

Expected Trades/Post June 1 Cuts - Cap Savings
Patrick Ramsey - $2.2 million
Lavar Arrington - $7 million
Total Cap Savings from Trades/Post June 1 Cuts: $9.2 million

Salary Cap $ Scheduled in 2006 after Cuts, Trades, Post June 1 Cuts: $92.4 million

Roster Bonuses Restructured - Cap Savings

(assuming 2006 roster bonuses are restructured to become signing bonuses pro-rated for the remaining length of the current contract)

Sean Taylor: $1.8 million
Clinton Portis: $2.5 million
Casey Rabach: $1.5 million
Shawn Springs: $2.5 million
Cornelius Griffin: $2.0 million
Marcus Washington: $1.9 million
Chris Samuels: $3.7 million
Total Cap Savings from Roster Bonus Restructures: $15.9 million

Salary Cap $ Scheduled in 2006 after Cuts, Trades, Post June 1 Cuts, and Roster Bonus Restructures: $76.5 million

Projected Cap: $93 million

Expected Cap Room for Signing Free Agents, Draft Picks, and any Contract Extensions beyond Roster Bonus Restructures: $16.5 million

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Old 01-16-2006, 01:33 PM   #2
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Re: Salary Cap Analysis

Some of the cuts and moves are debatable, but this is just to show that the Skins can create a fair amount of cap room to fill some holes. We should be able to address several need areas.

And I'd expect that the players scheduled to receive roster bonuses will step up and restructure. Most of them are stand-up guys, and will probably look to help out the team in any way they can.
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:33 PM   #3
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Re: Salary Cap Analysis

Everything seems ok great analysis just that the June1 cuts you can't count them because you should be under the cap untill june 1 and after June 1 yo udon0t have a lot of free agents left.

Also you're not couting the Draft poll that counts on your cap you know its at least 4 mill.

and any trade the signing bonus left will afect completly this season/ offseason and all the june 1 cut will be divided half this season half next.
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:34 PM   #4
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Re: Salary Cap Analysis

1. I think Walt Harris stays, especially if the former Chicago coaches (Blache and Lindsey) continue here because Harris is Blache's boy.

2. I think Tupa is gone (good cap saving) and Frost stays.

3. One of the two (Ramsey/Lavar) stays.

4. Agreed that Bowen is gone, but Raymer may be kept simply because we don't have a back-up center. Friedman will be gone.
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:36 PM   #5
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Everything seems ok great analysis just that the June1 cuts you can't count them because you should be under the cap untill june 1 and after June 1 yo udon0t have a lot of free agents left.

Also you're not couting the Draft poll that counts on your cap you know its at least 4 mill.

and any trade the signing bonus left will afect completly this season/ offseason and all the june 1 cut will be divided half this season half next.
I'm assuming that we would cut or trade Arrington after June 1. I don't see the team doing it beforehand. There's always the chance we'd keep him. But I'd expect us to need his cap room to sign our draft picks. So yes, the draft picks are factored into the $16.5 million in room. The team will probably use $10 million of room in free agency, and then get rid of Arrington after June 1 to make room for the signing of draft picks.

If you trade or cut a player post June 1, the majority of dead money carries over to 2007, not in 2006.
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:37 PM   #6
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1. I think Walt Harris stays, especially if the former Chicago coaches (Blache and Lindsey) continue here because Harris is Blache's boy.

2. I think Tupa is gone (good cap saving) and Frost stays.

3. One of the two (Ramsey/Lavar) stays.

4. Agreed that Bowen is gone, but Raymer may be kept simply because we don't have a back-up center. Friedman will be gone.
Friedman already is gone.
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:46 PM   #7
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Nice analysis. Did you get the numbers from the NFL Players Association site?
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Old 01-16-2006, 02:08 PM   #8
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Re: Salary Cap Analysis

Jez, $109M scheduled? The Skins sure are pushing the envelope on the cap.

I can't see Arrington staying for $7M... out of the question. But if they cut him, what's the hit?

Walt Harris isn't that bad folks. You should see San Diego's secondary.

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Friedman already is gone.
Thanks for the correction. Even more reason that Raymer will still be here then. Who else would be backup center? Despite the fact that Raymer sucked at RG, I think he's serviceable as backup center.
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Great post Schneed.
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If there is no new CBA in place there is no "June 1" cap period; all signing bonuses will be accelerated immediately. Also, dont players generally resist restructuring? I can never figure out why, because its the same guaranteed money, but it seems like they do...
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Nice post Schneed10, I'm sticking this for a while.
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Re: Salary Cap Analysis

Supposedly Lavar wants to come back. If he would allow them to do something with that comical cap number that would go a long way.

Does anyone else remember that they had the choice between Lavar and Champ and took Lavar? There is a pretty good chance that Champ will lead his team to the Super Bowl this year. Unbelievable.
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Supposedly Lavar wants to come back. If he would allow them to do something with that comical cap number that would go a long way.

Does anyone else remember that they had the choice between Lavar and Champ and took Lavar? There is a pretty good chance that Champ will lead his team to the Super Bowl this year. Unbelievable.
Champ didn't exactly want to be here like lavar wants to be here.


The champ clinton trade was GREAT for both teams. i can't believe this is still debated.
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Does anyone else remember that they had the choice between Lavar and Champ and took Lavar? There is a pretty good chance that Champ will lead his team to the Super Bowl this year. Unbelievable.
The Broncos are going to the SB for a whole host of reasons. While Champ certainly has been a factor, Jake Plummer playing mistake free football along with the ex-Cleveland Brown defensive front 4 have been the two biggest reasons for their success.
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