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Old 03-15-2014, 09:09 PM   #121
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Couldn't we, theoretically, release Polumbus if we sign Penn, and add another 2.0 million to our available cap?

If thats the case, I think a deal with Penn will definitely get done.

Cuts I would like to see happen

Chester - 2.7 mil added to cap space
Bowen - 1.98 mil added
Polumbus - 2.5 mil added
Golston - 1.01mil added
Yes correct, if we sign Penn I think Polumbus is as good as gone.
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Old 03-16-2014, 10:05 AM   #122
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Shoot, chester AND bowen
I can see cutting them , but ............... shooting them seems unnecessary
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Old 03-21-2014, 12:18 PM   #123
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Decent article by Rich Tandler that sums up why the rookies will need less then $500k of cap space to sign.

How much cap space do the Redskins needs to sign their draft picks? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
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Old 03-21-2014, 10:11 PM   #124
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Decent article by Rich Tandler that sums up why the rookies will need less then $500k of cap space to sign.

How much cap space do the Redskins needs to sign their draft picks? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
very strange, the day before Tandler said " they need to make a cut or 2 to make a semi-major signing "
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Old 03-21-2014, 11:48 PM   #125
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very strange, the day before Tandler said " they need to make a cut or 2 to make a semi-major signing "
I think the earlier statement was calculating for the # of FA's we need to sign, given the many holes we have. Since the draft picks only have a hit of 500K this yr, their # is basically insignificant to the overall cap picture. Some of the FA signings will be 1 yr deals probably close to 1M. If we want to compete for a "semi-major" signing on top of those, we probably need to free up some space with cuts. I'm probably Jerry Jones when it comes to cap space (I think I understand what I'm doing, but I really don't and I want to make all the decisions) but I think that's what Tandler was trying to say with the two posts.
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Old 03-26-2014, 05:57 PM   #126
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Redskinsí contracts this offseason total $127.9 million | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

According to Tandler, the Redskins will go into the 2015 offseason with about 25 million in cap space. This is assuming that the Redskins will exercise the contract option on Kerrigan, among other things. Considering this is a contract year for Kerrigan, Hankerson, Helu, Polumbus, Compton, Forbath, and several other less-important players, 25 million is great. Certainly, Allen and Gruden will be able to resign any player they want to.
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:02 PM   #127
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Redskinsí contracts this offseason total $127.9 million | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

According to Tandler, the Redskins will go into the 2015 offseason with about 25 million in cap space. This is assuming that the Redskins will exercise the contract option on Kerrigan, among other things. Considering this is a contract year for Kerrigan, Hankerson, Helu, Polumbus, Compton, Forbath, and several other less-important players, 25 million is great. Certainly, Allen and Gruden will be able to resign any player they want to.
RGIII's contract will take a big chunk out of that
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:14 PM   #128
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RGIII's contract will take a big chunk out of that
You think they'll extend him next offseason?
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:53 PM   #129
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You think they'll extend him next offseason?
he signed a 4 year contract

Quarterback Robert Griffin III signs four-year, $21 million contract with Redskins - The Washington Post
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You think they'll extend him next offseason?
If RGIII has a dynamite year, then I would extend him next year for sure. It'd likely be the cheaper option.
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Old 03-27-2014, 07:35 AM   #131
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If RGIII has a dynamite year, then I would extend him next year for sure. It'd likely be the cheaper option.
Well, if I'm correct, they would have to exercise the 5th year option next offseason. Then, in 2015, they would have another year under the rookie contract. In 2016, RG3's 5th year option salary would be the average of the top 10 in QB contracts. I think that's what I would do with RG3. That way, if he plays poorly in 2015, you're not stuck with a huge undeserved contract; and if he plays well, then his 2016 salary will be about right. But if he starts all 16 games this year, and, like you said, has a great season, then you think about extending him longterm. I just don't want to be too hasty in signing him longterm and being screwed by a huge QB contract that he'll never play up to.

But obviously, Gruden and Allen will be far better at deciding what to do with RG3 than me. If Gruden thinks RG3 is the real deal and can be a reliable franchise QB, I would think a longterm deal will be done next year.
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Old 03-27-2014, 09:39 AM   #132
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Boo. Knowledge fail.

It has a team option for a 5th year. I would expect them to negotiate with him after year 4. If the negotiations don't go well they'd exercise the 5th year option to keep him around one more year and buy time for more negotiations.
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Boo. Knowledge fail.

It has a team option for a 5th year. I would expect them to negotiate with him after year 4. If the negotiations don't go well they'd exercise the 5th year option to keep him around one more year and buy time for more negotiations.
What is this mean then?

Under the NFLís rookie pay system, the Redskins would have to exercise their option for a fifth year of the deal following Griffinís third season. Because he was a top 10 draft pick, Griffinís fifth-season salary would equal the average salary of the 10 highest-paid NFL quarterbacks
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Old 03-27-2014, 10:45 AM   #134
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What is this mean then?

Under the NFLís rookie pay system, the Redskins would have to exercise their option for a fifth year of the deal following Griffinís third season. Because he was a top 10 draft pick, Griffinís fifth-season salary would equal the average salary of the 10 highest-paid NFL quarterbacks
It means after this year they have to decide whether to exercise the option, at which time they'd have him for two more seasons. They'll probably exercise the option and then take the time to negotiate a longer extension.
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Good call. I forgot about the year 5 option. I retract my previous comment.
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