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Old 03-14-2014, 09:42 AM   #46
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Re: Redskins agree to deal with Jason Hatcher

I think we wish all contracts were like this, but I expect very little guaranteed money. Its Bruce.

But when you want a top 3 DLine disrupter in FA, you pay.
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:43 AM   #47
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Hatcher also does not have a lot of wear and tear bc it took him a while to get to the top of the depth chart in Dallas...food for thought
Bump, he doesn't have the miles that a normal 31 year old has.
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:52 AM   #48
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People see the age and $27.5M and automatically flip out.

Always have to wait and see what the guaranteed money is.

And for a guy his age, he seems to be just getting started. A late bloomer type with not a lot of wear and tear on him. Anyone who watched our games with them last year should know he's a beast on the interior.

A great pass rush can hide a lot of issues in the secondary. It appears that's the plan going into this year.
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Old 03-14-2014, 10:17 AM   #49
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1 gap attacking style, with Hatcher, and they need an ILB that excels at stopping the run Sharpton. The pieces fit together, just have to see what happens on the field. Sharptons weakness is pass coverage, but he won't be asked to do much of that.
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1 gap attacking style, with Hatcher, and they need an ILB that excels at stopping the run Sharpton. The pieces fit together, just have to see what happens on the field. Sharptons weakness is pass coverage, but he won't be asked to do much of that.
Except Haslett's defenses typically have ILB's on the field for all three downs and dropping into coverage. If Rak is going to rush more, as Haslett has promised, ILB's will have to cover even more than in the past.

He and Riley both are going to need to work on coverage skills.
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still looking at spencer too.

Who needs a secondary?

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Jason Hatcher four-year Redskins deal, $27.5 million, $10.5 million guaranteed, $9 million bonus, $1.5 million 2014 salary full guarantee

so 4.5mill this year's cap, and heavily backloaded or laden with incentives
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Jason Hatcher four-year Redskins deal, $27.5 million, $10.5 million guaranteed, $9 million bonus, $1.5 million 2014 salary full guarantee

so 4.5mill this year's cap, and heavily backloaded or laden with incentives
So 17 mil in salaries the last 3 years. Will be 4.5 mil dead money if we cut in two years, but should get us out with a cap savings if we do cut him after those two years. Doesnt sound terrible to me. With the cap going up, we can let his play dictate how long he stays.
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Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider 16m
Jason Hatcher four-year Redskins deal, $27.5 million, $10.5 million guaranteed, $9 million bonus, $1.5 million 2014 salary full guarantee

so 4.5mill this year's cap, and heavily backloaded or laden with incentives
If the 9M bonus is prorated over 4 years, it is 2.25M/Y. So his cap hit this year is only 3.75M (1.5M GTD Salary + 2.25 Prorated Bonus).
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To be fair London Fletcher was 32 when we got him.
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If the 9M bonus is prorated over 4 years, it is 2.25M/Y. So his cap hit this year is only 3.75M (1.5M GTD Salary + 2.25 Prorated Bonus).
I did 3 yrs, oops. Thanks
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details of the contract sound fine to me... very reasonable deal... and that article posted elsewhere about his interview on 980 about getting back at dallas? yes please. hungry players is exactly what we flippin need.
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Old 03-15-2014, 12:12 AM   #59
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Re: Redskins agree to deal with Jason Hatcher

hatcher's 4 year deal is really a 3 year/20mill deal with a very expensive year 4 team option.
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Re: Redskins agree to deal with Jason Hatcher

It's a large-ish contract. Not a monster deal, but a good payout.

The Redskins see him as an impact talent. The other teams that he was taking visits with saw him as a valuable role player.

We'll see who is right. If he gets 6-8 sacks from a 3-4 DE position, that's a big impact.
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