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Old 03-06-2013, 10:19 AM   #61
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Re: Hard Decisions: The solution to the $18MM offseason puzzle

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Chico, while I agree that the 7.5 is a very large number, the second half of the season the defense really came around, I think the corners helped with that.
Do you feel we are better off with out him? If they do cut him, who is up? Grffin?
I wasnt criticizing directly you and i agree he played better down the stretch.

I certainly feel we are better off without him next year. If we cut 7.5 mil, I guarentee we can bring someone in next year at his spot for 3.5 mil and that player will perform better.

The conerback position is deep in FA and the draft. Id say with address it with both. Poyer and Toler would be a good start.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:28 AM   #62
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I wasnt criticizing directly you and i agree he played better down the stretch.

I certainly feel we are better off without him next year. If we cut 7.5 mil, I guarentee we can bring someone in next year at his spot for 3.5 mil and that player will perform better.

The conerback position is deep in FA and the draft. Id say with address it with both. Poyer and Toler would be a good start.
Didn't take it as such..... At the end of the day I want BA to bolster the O line at all cost, and hope we find some hidden gems in draft. Just dont see alot of possibilities in FA this year for us with our current cap. Every year second/third year players who did not contribute much their first year have a coming out party. Let us hope we have a few defensive backs that do that this year.
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Re: Hard Decisions: The solution to the $18MM offseason puzzle

@Rich_TandlerCSN: The #Redskins will be able to clear about $20 million in cap space with 6 restructures, and 1 pay cut. Post coming soon.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:59 AM   #64
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@Rich_TandlerCSN: The #Redskins will be able to clear about $20 million in cap space with 6 restructures, and 1 pay cut. Post coming soon.
Wow, they perform salary issues like I play Rummy......
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@Rich_TandlerCSN: The #Redskins will be able to clear about $20 million in cap space with 6 restructures, and 1 pay cut. Post coming soon.
Damn good news. I was thinking that this is one way to somewhat circumvent the cap penalty, but was a perceived negative in ways the redskins did things in the past - pushing cap money to later years by converting salaries to guaranteed money up front. The biggest risk is the player(s) being cut early in the contract and increasing the redskins dead cap money.
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Old 03-06-2013, 12:35 PM   #66
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Re: Hard Decisions: The solution to the $18MM offseason puzzle

I wonder who was the first cut - Hall or Moss? ... or maybe someone else?
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Hall is probably the pay cut.
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Damn good news. I was thinking that this is one way to somewhat circumvent the cap penalty, but was a perceived negative in ways the redskins did things in the past - pushing cap money to later years by converting salaries to guaranteed money up front. The biggest risk is the player(s) being cut early in the contract and increasing the redskins dead cap money.
That is standard practice by every team that it willing to spend the full cap. The penalty wasnt for moving cap money back by giving guaranteed money. It was for pulling money forward into an uncapped year.
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That is standard practice by every team that it willing to spend the full cap. The penalty wasnt for moving cap money back by giving guaranteed money. It was for pulling money forward into an uncapped year.
Not saying that this is why they were penalized. This is what they're doing now with the restructure.
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Hall is probably the pay cut.
Yea ... I'd have to agree. I'm reading that J Wilson is a prime candidate for an extension to help out with the cap figure
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Old 03-06-2013, 01:40 PM   #71
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I am just surprised, that if they have restructed that many why we have not heard anything until now...... I am sure all those agents and players would be hard pressed to be that quiet about it. If it is true it's great news, but the devil is in the details.
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Woah Kemosabi!

Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but I'm pretty sure Rich Tandler is saying that the Redskins "could" save money in these ways that he is ''suggesting''. I don't read this as this is going to happen.
again maybe I'm wrong.
No you are 100 % correct ..... But I read into this as .......there's still hope and a way outta this mess........ Somewhat
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Woah Kemosabi!

Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but I'm pretty sure Rich Tandler is saying that the Redskins "could" save money in these ways that he is ''suggesting''. I don't read this as this is going to happen.

again maybe I'm wrong.
I read it wrong initially too.

Damn that Tandler, I was thinking actual news was coming out.
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I read it wrong initially too.

Damn that Tandler, I was thinking actual news was coming out.
Haha ...but if Tandler figured something like this out I'd hope to god Bruce Allen and company can ..... If not Dan Snyder better hire Rich ASAP
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Woah Kemosabi!

Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but I'm pretty sure Rich Tandler is saying that the Redskins "could" save money in these ways that he is ''suggesting''. I don't read this as this is going to happen.

again maybe I'm wrong.
I would say my fault but tandler used the word- will and not the word - could.

Got my hopes up for nothing.
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