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Old 03-01-2006, 11:15 AM   #31
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Re: Core group to be competitive-Worst case

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I'm sure it was part of Lord Gibbs evil master plan to rid the Redskins of Ramsey by structuring the deal that way since he knew the CBA wouldn't be extended.. (insert maniacal laughter and a Monty Burns-esque 'Excellent' here)
lets face facts a 34 year old QB will not last long with out help if we have to cut all these guys? The 06 season many be time to let a young QB ready himself for 07! GOOOOOOOOCampbell!!!!!!
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Old 03-01-2006, 11:16 AM   #32
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we won't have a choice, we'll have to let just about everyone go.

springs, griffin, lavar will be forced to stay due to their contracts.
AND BRUNELL !!! How many times must we explain this to you? (insert smiley face)
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Old 03-01-2006, 11:20 AM   #33
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AND BRUNELL !!! How many times must we explain this to you? (insert smiley face)
I was happy to see Burnell help the Skins out!!! Way to be a team leader Mark!!!
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Old 03-02-2006, 09:53 AM   #34
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please spare mike sellers from the cut list
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Old 03-02-2006, 12:51 PM   #35
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Ugh. That's all I have to say. Ugh.
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Old 03-02-2006, 01:04 PM   #36
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Re: Core group to be competitive-Worst case

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If there is no CBA extension, as appears will be the case, we will enter the final uncapped season.

The following players will NOT be considered potential cuts by the Redskins, because cutting them will cost more than keeping them:

Shawn Springs
Clinton Portis
Mark Brunell
Randy Thomas
Cornelius Griffin
Sean Taylor
Santana Moss
Carlos Rogers
Jason Campbell
Lavar Arrington

Everyone else would get consideration for the axe, because cutting them would represent a savings. For the rest of the roster, here are the players with the potential to get cut, in an order based on my perception of most likely to be cut to the least likely to be cut.

Player - Cap Savings
Matt Bowen - $2 M
Brandon Noble - $1.7 M
Cory Raymer - $1 M
Walt Harris - $2 M
Patrick Ramsey - $1.7 M (assuming trade)
John Hall - $1.2 M
James Thrash - $875 K
Pierson Prioleau - $550 K
David Patten - $650 K
Taylor Jacobs - $100 K
Tom Tupa - $600 K
Mike Sellers - $500 K
Reynaldo Wynn - $400 K
Casey Rabach - $1.1 M
Ladell Betts - $550 K
Manny White - $100 K
Joe Salavea'a - $500 K
Phillip Daniels - $800 K
Lemar Marshall - $400 K
Derrick Dockery - $450 K
Jon Jansen - $800 K
Marcus Washington - $500 K
Chris Samuels - $300 K
Chris Cooley - $200 K

So I'm saying Bowen is the most likely to be cut, and Cooley is the least likely. If I were GM and I had to make cuts, I'd go straight down the list from the top until I got under the cap. Hopefully people restructure enough so that we don't have to go too far down the list.

All the other players on the roster don't have signing bonuses, they just have the league minimum base salaries based on their level of experience. Guys like Ryan Boschetti could be replaced by rookies to save about $100 K apiece.
If all the players on that bottom list were cut it would save us a total of only 18.975 million!
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Old 03-02-2006, 01:55 PM   #37
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If all the players on that bottom list were cut it would save us a total of only 18.975 million!
i posted about that too... 34 1st year guys, 13 guys from the 2005 roster and only 47 players on the team this year... IF no one restructures. everyone that helps out now keeps more people on board and they'll probably all get danny love later on for it.

we're lucky gibbs came back. I don't think norv or spurrier could give players the kinda religion about team they need to give money back.
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Old 03-02-2006, 02:03 PM   #38
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i posted about that too... 34 1st year guys, 13 guys from the 2005 roster and only 47 players on the team this year... IF no one restructures. everyone that helps out now keeps more people on board and they'll probably all get danny love later on for it.

we're lucky gibbs came back. I don't think norv or spurrier could give players the kinda religion about team they need to give money back.
Exactly, that's why I don't feel TOO bad about the lack of cba extension. I posted in another thread the same thought - Danny will give a couple of winks & hopefully he's a man of his word & takes care of some guys in 07. In addition, let's not forget that the grass is only greener in a few towns, like ARizona, Minn. & Cleveland, otherwise the free agent $ ain't lookin too fat in 06. It will be a buyer's market, in many cases players might be advised to pursure contracts that give them an option to hit the market in 07.
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Old 03-02-2006, 02:16 PM   #39
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Exactly, that's why I don't feel TOO bad about the lack of cba extension. I posted in another thread the same thought - Danny will give a couple of winks & hopefully he's a man of his word & takes care of some guys in 07. In addition, let's not forget that the grass is only greener in a few towns, like ARizona, Minn. & Cleveland, otherwise the free agent $ ain't lookin too fat in 06. It will be a buyer's market, in many cases players might be advised to pursure contracts that give them an option to hit the market in 07.
right, the money in the drafts and FA is going to be terrible... i bet some starters end up as backups or vet min or taking a year off/cfl/etc... everyone wants to have a shot for the 2007 market though.
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we are about to basically gut our team and berto is only worried about mike sellers?
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