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Old 03-08-2006, 11:16 PM   #61
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Re: Owners Approve Deal

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How will Daniel Snyder celebrate? How about signing John Abraham, Randle El, Andre Dyson, and I guess Steve Hutchinson for good measure.
Hutchinson got franchised my friend. Without a first rounder we can't even sign him. Of course that's under the old CBA so who knows for sure what the new franchise rules are. Tags did say the first two year of franchising stay the same.
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:17 PM   #62
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Oh, I didn't know he got franchished. Doh!
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:18 PM   #63
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I'd love to have him though.
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:27 PM   #64
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Re: CBA is done

One thing I saw was that in the next couple of years salary proration will only be allowed over 5 years as opposed the 7 under the previous CBA - this will make it harder for teams to give big bonuses as they won't be able to spread it out as much (a minus for teams like the Skins that manipulate the bonuses to get a big "cash over cap" advantage).

I wonder how this will play out over the next few years.
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:49 PM   #65
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While we are at it, let's sign Brees and Darren Howard. (I know you were joking).
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:52 PM   #66
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Hutchinson got franchised my friend. Without a first rounder we can't even sign him. Of course that's under the old CBA so who knows for sure what the new franchise rules are. Tags did say the first two year of franchising stay the same.
I thought he was "transitioned" Though I honestly don't really understand the difference.
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:54 PM   #67
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I thought he was "transitioned" Though I honestly don't really understand the difference.
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You're right.

Under the old CBA Transitioned means they can match whatever offer he gets. Who knows under the new system.
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:56 PM   #68
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I thought he was "transitioned" Though I honestly don't really understand the difference.
Here's a good explanation

• An "exclusive" franchise player -- not free to sign with another club -- is offered a minimum of the average of the top five salaries at the player's position as of April 16, or 120 percent of the player's previous year's salary, whichever is greater.

• If the player is offered a minimum of the average of the top five salaries of last season at his position, or 120 percent of the player’s previous year’s salary, he becomes a “non-exclusive” franchise player and can negotiate with other clubs. His old club can match a new club's offer, or receive two first-round draft choices if it decides not to match.

• A transition player has received a minimum offer of the average of the top 10 salaries of last season at the player's position or 120 percent of the player's previous year's salary, whichever is greater.

• A transition player designation gives the club a first-refusal right to match within seven days an offer sheet given to the player by another club after his contract expires. If the club matches, it retains the player. If it does not match, it receives no compensation. Transition players can be signed from March 3 through July 22."
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Old 03-08-2006, 11:56 PM   #69
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Re: CBA is done

I think we'll be fine as far as finding ways to manipulate the cap. Kinda sucks that the Redskins and Cowboys won't be the Yankees and Red Sox of the NFL respectively. Think about it, the Cowboys are considered America's team (I don't know about that anymore but lets say they still are for the sake of arguing). The Redskins would become the team everybody loves to hate (especially the networks). The Skins' would be buying all the players and the Cowboys would be right behind them in terms of the largest payroll. However the Cowboys fans along with everybody else would be complaining about how much the Redskins are spending on players. WE WOULD BE THE EVIL EMPIRE. Dan Synder would have become the true reincarnation of George Steinbrener.

However I'm still happy about the CBA. I guess mainly because Gibbs doesn't have a lot of time left and this is the best scenario towards winning now. With the CBA we can now go after Randle El, David Givens, a pass rushing threat, and a new starting Outside Linebacker, as well as use the draft to take the best available player. Plus no salary cap doesn't gurantee we can buy a Super Bowl.

Another thing I like about the CBA is that it prevents the Eagles from regaining control of the NFC East. I was actually pretty sure if the CBA wasn't reached the Eagles would have been improving (through FA's) while the other teams were taking a step backwards. With a CBA we can build on last year and hopefully dethrone the G-Men.

Anyway thats my rant.
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Old 03-09-2006, 06:39 AM   #70
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Re: CBA is done

brud,you still have a cap gun if the cap is set around 104 million,anyone know how much money we are going to have on free agents?
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Old 03-09-2006, 06:46 AM   #72
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Re: CBA is done

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I think we'll be fine as far as finding ways to manipulate the cap. Kinda sucks that the Redskins and Cowboys won't be the Yankees and Red Sox of the NFL respectively. Think about it, the Cowboys are considered America's team (I don't know about that anymore but lets say they still are for the sake of arguing). The Redskins would become the team everybody loves to hate (especially the networks). The Skins' would be buying all the players and the Cowboys would be right behind them in terms of the largest payroll. However the Cowboys fans along with everybody else would be complaining about how much the Redskins are spending on players. WE WOULD BE THE EVIL EMPIRE. Dan Synder would have become the true reincarnation of George Steinbrener.

However I'm still happy about the CBA. I guess mainly because Gibbs doesn't have a lot of time left and this is the best scenario towards winning now. With the CBA we can now go after Randle El, David Givens, a pass rushing threat, and a new starting Outside Linebacker, as well as use the draft to take the best available player. Plus no salary cap doesn't gurantee we can buy a Super Bowl.

Another thing I like about the CBA is that it prevents the Eagles from regaining control of the NFC East. I was actually pretty sure if the CBA wasn't reached the Eagles would have been improving (through FA's) while the other teams were taking a step backwards. With a CBA we can build on last year and hopefully dethrone the G-Men.

Anyway thats my rant.
How is this going to stop the Eagles? They are significantly under the cap, players tend to play for them for reduced contracts and they have already filled a big need by signing Barber?
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How will Daniel Snyder celebrate? How about signing John Abraham, Randle El, Andre Dyson, and I guess Steve Hutchinson for good measure.
he will celebrate by jumping up and down like a 10 year old girl
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Old 03-09-2006, 08:34 AM   #74
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meh more like players play for the patriots for a reduced contract. im not seeing the eagles being the force they once were. theyll be above average, but winning and super bowl chances are how you get players to stay for less

ex. redskins
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Old 03-09-2006, 10:48 AM   #75
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so moderators can make duplicate threads...
Anyone can make a duplicate thread - it just shouldn't be done. And since the threads were created 70 seconds apart, I don't think the search function would have helped.

There are many things a moderator can do, but choose not to - even when the membership is asking for it.
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