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Old 03-05-2012, 05:25 PM   #76
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Does your $20.964 million number include draft pick projections? Also what is this cap rollover of 13 million? I'm not too up to date on the new rules of the new cba, but I thought the only way to rollover money from year to year was when LTBE incentives were not met?

So assuming we get Carriker, Hightower, and Fletcher, we'll have roughly $11.5 million more to spend? Its sounds like we can sign 2 more starting players without re-structuring. I'm rooting for either Thomas or Carr to pair up with either Garcon or Colston (but if I know Shanny he'll go for the physical phenom in V-Jax if we get a WR).
whos Thomas?
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you know, Devin Thomas, big time player with the Giants


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gotcha, dont forget about finnegan as well he will be available. im starting to worry about safety now.
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Does your $20.964 million number include draft pick projections? Also what is this cap rollover of 13 million? I'm not too up to date on the new rules of the new cba, but I thought the only way to rollover money from year to year was when LTBE incentives were not met?

So assuming we get Carriker, Hightower, and Fletcher, we'll have roughly $11.5 million more to spend? Its sounds like we can sign 2 more starting players without re-structuring. I'm rooting for either Thomas or Carr to pair up with either Garcon or Colston (but if I know Shanny he'll go for the physical phenom in V-Jax if we get a WR).
Nope, that number does not. I'll feel better about estimating a rookie cap if/when we know if the Redskins will/will not be picking at no. 6.

Even with the no. 2 pick, it will not exceed 5 to 7 million. And remember, you get like $2 million of that back thanks to the Rule of 51.
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:02 PM   #81
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Does your $20.964 million number include draft pick projections? Also what is this cap rollover of 13 million? I'm not too up to date on the new rules of the new cba, but I thought the only way to rollover money from year to year was when LTBE incentives were not met?

So assuming we get Carriker, Hightower, and Fletcher, we'll have roughly $11.5 million more to spend? Its sounds like we can sign 2 more starting players without re-structuring. I'm rooting for either Thomas or Carr to pair up with either Garcon or Colston (but if I know Shanny he'll go for the physical phenom in V-Jax if we get a WR).
The cap rollover is new in this CBA. If a team has cap room left from the previous year, it can be rolled over to the next year - if a team sends in an official letter requesting it. I would assume the Redskins sent that letter.
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The cap rollover is new in this CBA. If a team has cap room left from the previous year, it can be rolled over to the next year - if a team sends in an official letter requesting it. I would assume the Redskins sent that letter.
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Please give us our dough from last year.

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It really seems silly to make the team request it.
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The cap rollover is new in this CBA. If a team has cap room left from the previous year, it can be rolled over to the next year - if a team sends in an official letter requesting it. I would assume the Redskins sent that letter.
I'd assume the rollover is not cumulative?
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I'd assume the rollover is not cumulative?
I've heard conflicting things on that.
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That's the CB I would target, I don't care if he's coming back from injury. He can play and hit.
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Re: Redskins 2012 Salary Cap Status

Just finished an update, should be up on the site in the next few days.

I'm using a salary cap of $120.375M and I've included all the recent signings and the $13.6M rollover credit.

I have us at $34.7M of cap room.
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Re: Redskins 2012 Salary Cap Status

Hey CC, if you had to create a contract for Manning, what would it be?
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Just finished an update, should be up on the site in the next few days.

I'm using a salary cap of $120.375M and I've included all the recent signings and the $13.6M rollover credit.

I have us at $34.7M of cap room.
Sounds about right.
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Hey CC, if you had to create a contract for Manning, what would it be?
It's hard to construct a deal without knowing exactly what Manning wants, or what financial sacrifices he's willing to make to help build a winner.

But from the Skins perspective my view would be simple: I'm willing to pay this guy top dollar as long as he's on the field playing.

The simplest way is to just give him huge salaries every year. While he's playing he will earn big money. If he gets hurt or is no longer playing at a top level, we can release him with no repercussions. This would also leave open the option of a restructure, either to bring his pay in line with his play, or to free up cap room for a title run at some point.

The "incentive-laden-deal" doesn't really makes sense here. Salary is plenty of incentive to begin with since it's not guaranteed. Plus Peyton has earned enough respect that he doesn't have to play for incentives. You can throw him a bone for a super bowl or mvp but otherwise there's no point. If he's on the field playing it's safe to assume his competitiveness and professionalism would follow.

It comes down to how much he wants guaranteed. I'd take money from future years salaries and give it to him up front as a roster bonus so the whole thing would hit our cap in 2012. I'd prefer to take the hit now when we have cap room and still suck. Allen has been constructing most of his deals this way (ie Monty). Pushing a lot of bonus money to future years is a bad idea IMO.

So to summarize I'd pay him all salary, plus a big roster bonus in 2012. He might have a huge cap hit in 2012 ($25M) but it will lower his salaries in future years. And we can release him at anytime with no deadcap issues.
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