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Old 04-27-2009, 09:30 PM   #496
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I thought that the Randle-El/Carter restructurings essentially turned their deals into one year contracts. Meaning they would be gone after this year if they don't produce.

If the FO keeps Randle-El (a never been and never will be) and drops Moss, they might as well hire Al Davis to run the team.
That's correct essentially, but there is a cost to releasing them none the less. Basically, if there's a cap next year, we can afford to let one, maybe two guys walk.

The thing was, if we really weren't considering keeping them, the cheapest way to separate from the contract would have been to not restructure at all, i.e. what we did with Moss. Randle El and Carter and Samuels...I expect them to pick up the options on all of them. If I had to guess one guy who is least likely to be here in 2010, I say Carter, if only because Orakpo should have his role in the defense by then.
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:38 PM   #497
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That's correct essentially, but there is a cost to releasing them none the less. Basically, if there's a cap next year, we can afford to let one, maybe two guys walk.

The thing was, if we really weren't considering keeping them, the cheapest way to separate from the contract would have been to not restructure at all, i.e. what we did with Moss. Randle El and Carter and Samuels...I expect them to pick up the options on all of them. If I had to guess one guy who is least likely to be here in 2010, I say Carter, if only because Orakpo should have his role in the defense by then.
I think you are right about Carter being a big if in 2011. That being said, purely from a football standpoint I think that the team would be better served keeping him over R-El. But a $7.25 option bonus is pretty steep to keep Carter around.

2010 better be uncapped or we are SCREWED. The defense will be Haynesworth, hall, orakpo and the draft picks. Although Brennan and Chase Daniels may be the Qbs! ha ha ha
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:43 PM   #498
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I think you are right about Carter being a big if in 2011. That being said, purely from a football standpoint I think that the team would be better served keeping him over R-El. But a $7.25 option bonus is pretty steep to keep Carter around.

2010 better be uncapped or we are SCREWED. The defense will be Haynesworth, hall, orakpo and the draft picks. Although Brennan and Chase Daniels may be the Qbs! ha ha ha
The FO was just really smart to keep all our picks for next year...like you said we're gonna need em.
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:45 PM   #499
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The FO was just really smart to keep all our picks for next year...like you said we're gonna need em.
Damn it Goat don't jinx us. If no one tells them that they've picks for next year they'll not trade them.
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:48 PM   #500
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The league should be afraid of a uncapped year 2010. That would make the Redskins and Cowboys the Yawkees and BoSox of football.
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:31 AM   #501
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The rookie pool numbers have been released.

ProFootballTalk.com - 2009 Rookie Pool Numbers

The Redskins is $3,460,954
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:12 AM   #502
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The rookie pool numbers have been released.

ProFootballTalk.com - 2009 Rookie Pool Numbers

The Redskins is $3,460,954
Thanks for the link steveo.

After adding in the rookie pool, I have us at $5.37M of cap space.
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Old 04-30-2009, 04:49 PM   #503
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How much will our 1st round pick cost towards the salary cap?
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Old 05-15-2009, 11:18 AM   #504
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NFL - NFL salary cap jumps nearly $1 million to $128M - FOX Sports on MSN

The salary cap increased another $947,000.
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Old 05-15-2009, 11:26 AM   #505
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Do we have the cap space to cut Jansen if he looses out to someone?
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Old 05-15-2009, 11:29 AM   #506
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Just give it to Haynesworth, so the FO doesn't do something dumb like get another TE or trade Campbell.
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Old 05-15-2009, 11:38 AM   #507
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Do we have the cap space to cut Jansen if he looses out to someone?
Release fee for Jansen is a little over $6 million. I don't think we have that space or would want to cut him rather than just leave him on the bench. I think I saw an article saying we had around $5 million in space before the draft, after signing H. Smith and Orakpo and the draft guys I don't see it even with an extra million. Maybe a little more room to pick up a Khary Campbell type.
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Hmmm...should be enough extra to lure Marcus back into the fold. We'll see.
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Release fee for Jansen is a little over $6 million. I don't think we have that space or would want to cut him rather than just leave him on the bench. I think I saw an article saying we had around $5 million in space before the draft, after signing H. Smith and Orakpo and the draft guys I don't see it even with an extra million. Maybe a little more room to pick up a Khary Campbell type.
Yeah but I think they have that much space and it makes me wonder why they have that much. Normaly they use it all except for about 2 mil, for the season.
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Yeah but I think they have that much space and it makes me wonder why they have that much. Normaly they use it all except for about 2 mil, for the season.
I know a little about our cap situation, but a lot of my numbers are estimates, and I'm sure there are people that are more up to date than me. I think right now we have about 2 or 3 million in cap space. We had $5 million, then this one million added gives us $6 million, Hunter Smith is probably around $1 million, the rookies will probably be about $3 or $4 million. So that leaves maybe $2 or $3 million when you think about players dropping out of the top 51. Again all estimates on numbers I've seen in various places.
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