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Old 04-29-2004, 01:51 AM   #16
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They couldn't cut Moore before because he was physically unable to play and you can't release a player who isn't healthy supposedly. So I guess he's been given a clearance to play now
oh ok, thanks. i wasn't aware of him being hurt. relating to injury news, i was glad to read that most of the new players signed who didn't participate in the last mini camp due to injuries will be giving it a go this weekend. ramsey will also be taking part in more than just throwing drills this weekend.
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I had not heard anything about Ramsey, Im glad he will get more reps this time. Is he 100% yet? And is this minicamp with pads or just drills again?
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Old 04-29-2004, 02:10 AM   #18
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I had not heard anything about Ramsey, Im glad he will get more reps this time. Is he 100% yet? And is this minicamp with pads or just drills again?
the report i'd read only said he'd be able to test his foot in scrimmages and not just passing drills. i'm not sure if this is a full contact camp or not though.
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:19 AM   #19
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Thought they'd cut Moore all along with the addition or Raymer and Lennie for backup. Or maybe Lennie will start and Cory is going to backup. As for Hugh, maybe not. Depends on what kind of money he'll, be asking. That's why Philly wouldn't go there.
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Old 04-29-2004, 08:07 AM   #20
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So what are we at with the cap, like 1.8 under? I thought we had 500k left before this cut, so that would make it 1.8 ( If I'm right ). Now, we will just assume we dont make any other cuts ( which I doubt ), do we have enough to sign Taylor and someone like Hugh Douglass with 1.8 million?
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I'm guessing even if it is a full contact camp they'll make Ramsy two hand touch, or something of the sort. It would be crazy to possibly re-aggrivate his injury in a mini-camp.
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Old 04-29-2004, 03:05 PM   #22
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I think we are at 2.5 under now if I remember correctly. Of course I dont know what the deal is with all the undrafted guys and how those contracts work.
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I think we are at 2.5 under now if I remember correctly. Of course I dont know what the deal is with all the undrafted guys and how those contracts work.
i think that's about right and i think the undrafted rookies don't actually have contracts that count against the cap just yet. I'm probably wrong about this, but i think they pretty much just r getting a bit of money to come try out at camp.

and we'll be freeing up a bit more money with the release of trotter, candidate, and possibly wynn if we do sign a passrushing de.
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yeah, i doubt any full contact on any of our QBs in mini camp
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and we'll be freeing up a bit more money with the release of trotter, candidate, and possibly wynn if we do sign a passrushing de.
Those three names will help us out with cap space more next year than this year. Well, it depends when they cut them. I think we would be smart to take as much of the hits as we can afford this year, we're going to need the money next year.
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i just looked it up, we saved 1.3 million by cutting moore since he was in his last year of the contract.
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Old 04-30-2004, 03:13 PM   #27
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is it just me or have the browns and bengals acquired quite a released redskins over the past few years? and not just players but coaches 2.
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From the Cincinnati Enquirer: http://bengals.enquirer.com/2004/04/...gals30box.html

Center Larry Moore will be the ninth member of the 2002 Redskins brought to Cincinnati by coach Marvin Lewis, the former defensive coordinator for Washington. The first eight also played for the Redskins in 2002 and are currently on the Bengals roster:

LaDairis Jackson, DT; Patrick Johnson, WR; Ricot Joseph, S; Shane Matthews, QB; Moore; Carl Powell, DE; Greg Scott, DE; Alex Sulfsted, OL; and Kenny Watson, RB.

Matthews is unsigned as an unrestricted free agent.

The Bengals also are expected to have a deal in place to sign 2002 Redskins starting defensive tackle Daryl Gardener once he is released June 1 by Denver.
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i think that's about right and i think the undrafted rookies don't actually have contracts that count against the cap just yet. I'm probably wrong about this, but i think they pretty much just r getting a bit of money to come try out at camp.
The contracts of the the highest (I think) 58 players count against the cap regardless of their rookie/veteran status. I think its the top 58 but I just don't remember. Can someone help me out on this?
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The contracts of the the highest (I think) 58 players count against the cap regardless of their rookie/veteran status. I think its the top 58 but I just don't remember. Can someone help me out on this?
that sounds like something i heard about when the new rule came out increasing the practice squad.
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