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Old 03-06-2009, 10:00 PM   #406
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Old 03-06-2009, 11:33 PM   #407
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Ok I have made the following updates as per the latest articles posted above:

- Haynesworth $7.0M cap hit in 2009
- Dockery $3.2M cap hit in 2009
- Golston $1.545M 2nd round tender (up from $1.01M)
- Dirk Johnson $460K cap hit in 2009 (vet min)
- I still have Hall at $5.2M cap hit in 2009

With the above changes I have us at $12.27M of cap room.
Top post in this thread updated for these refinements.

Gee, Haynesworth at 7.0 this year. Who'd a thunk it? Oh wait, the Warpath did (Current Redskins Salary Cap Status - 2009)!

Canuck you're the man. If the NFL ever expands to Canada let me know because we can buy a team, eat ham with maple syrup, and work the cap.
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Old 03-07-2009, 01:50 AM   #408
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Re: Current Redskins Salary Cap Status - 2009

New update:

- Rogers' 2009 salary went up by $782.5K, probably due to a salary escalator.

Updated cap room: $11.487M
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Old 03-07-2009, 01:53 AM   #409
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Canuck you're the man. If the NFL ever expands to Canada let me know because we can buy a team, eat ham with maple syrup, and work the cap.
The NFL might come to Canada but they ain't coming to Montreal.

Just give me my baseball team back.
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Old 03-07-2009, 06:47 AM   #410
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cc and schneed, thanks for what you guys do. its nice to be able to click, and see exactly where the skins stand.
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Old 03-07-2009, 08:39 AM   #411
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here's some numbers pulled directly from the nflpa (the search is only base salaries and only runs through 2014)

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deangelo hall
2009 5mill
2010 3mill
2011 4.5mill
2012 6mill
2013 7.5mill
2014 9mill

derick dockery
2009 3.2mill
2010 2.91mill
2011 3.815mill
2012 4.775mill
2013 5.735mill
2014 6.695mill

albert haynesworth
2009 6mill
2010 3.6mill
2011 5.4mill
2012 6.7mill
2013 8.5mill
2014 10.3mill
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Old 03-07-2009, 08:41 AM   #412
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Is 11 million enough to sign any decent FA offensive linemen and cover our draftees?
there's not really any decent OL left to sign. 3mill can cover rookies, and the team wants some money in case a mid-season signing is needed (due to injuries), but we're fine... we just need to find someone worth signing (i'd like crowell or burnett at LB, but there's been no movement).

barnes deal with the raiders might fall through... not sure what he wants though, cause he's not exactly amazing.
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that guy, welcome back. seems like you disappeared for a while
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Old 03-07-2009, 12:04 PM   #414
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New update:

- Rogers' 2009 salary went up by $782.5K, probably due to a salary escalator.

Updated cap room: $11.487M
First post updated for this. Thanks.
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Old 03-07-2009, 01:33 PM   #416
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One thing I will say, which was Big Haired Aristocrat's concern from before, is that it would suck hard if the Redskins cleared all this cap space and it turns out they don't use it.

They'll definitely use some of it. Be it for Elton Brown, Khary Campbell, Pete Kendall, Phillip Daniels, etc. But I'd hate to see us with enough extra space leftover to have carried a Marcus Washington or Shawn Springs. Hopefully the Redskins have something up their sleeves, I'm just waiting to see a player come visit who would actually be worth a good chunk of change.
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Old 03-07-2009, 02:10 PM   #417
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One thing I will say, which was Big Haired Aristocrat's concern from before, is that it would suck hard if the Redskins cleared all this cap space and it turns out they don't use it.

They'll definitely use some of it. Be it for Elton Brown, Khary Campbell, Pete Kendall, Phillip Daniels, etc. But I'd hate to see us with enough extra space leftover to have carried a Marcus Washington or Shawn Springs. Hopefully the Redskins have something up their sleeves, I'm just waiting to see a player come visit who would actually be worth a good chunk of change.
I still agree w/ our cuts re Marcus, Springs, and Taylor (although I wish we'd have done all sooner so we might not have missed out on other FA opportunities); however, I would love to see Marcus re-sign for a reasonable amount and play WLB for us. Probably not happening though.
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Old 03-07-2009, 02:12 PM   #418
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we can use it for jason/rogers new deal or to frontload someone that's already got a big contract (though if you seem deadset on a capless nfl, that shouldn't matter much).
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One thing I will say, which was Big Haired Aristocrat's concern from before, is that it would suck hard if the Redskins cleared all this cap space and it turns out they don't use it.

They'll definitely use some of it. Be it for Elton Brown, Khary Campbell, Pete Kendall, Phillip Daniels, etc. But I'd hate to see us with enough extra space leftover to have carried a Marcus Washington or Shawn Springs. Hopefully the Redskins have something up their sleeves, I'm just waiting to see a player come visit who would actually be worth a good chunk of change.
TO? Just kidding. But seriously. We better not even be thinking about it. Just because Cerrato said "no" (which he also said about Jason Taylor and Haynesworth) doesn't mean it won't happen. We all know how well Rosenhaus and the Danny get along (due mostly to the fact that Danny will overpay a lot of his clients).
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Old 03-07-2009, 03:06 PM   #420
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New update:

- Jason Campbell's 2009 salary raised by $2.075M. I now have Campbell's cap hit at $3.888M.

Updated cap room: $9.412M
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