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Old 01-31-2013, 09:05 AM  
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Visual aid for chiefs/others' salaries by position

Nice little way of showing how our team spent money on players compared to other teams.

Apparently, St. Louis doesn't believe in special teams.

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Old 01-31-2013, 11:30 AM   #16
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KC 21 million on its secondary, not even including Routt, while Seattle has less than 10 mil.

2.1 mil for Hillis. Good job Scott.
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Old 01-31-2013, 11:34 AM   #17
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18 million in DEs that cant buy a sack lol
To be fair, I think they might be including Tamba Hali as a DE. Hard to tell since they give a 4-3 diagram to explain the salary cap of a 3-4 team
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Old 01-31-2013, 11:36 AM   #18
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KC 21 million on its secondary, not even including Routt, while Seattle has less than 10 mil.

2.1 mil for Hillis. Good job Scott.
Aaaaaaaaaaaand that's why he's unemployed...
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Old 01-31-2013, 11:38 AM   #19
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To be fair, I think they might be including Tamba Hali as a DE. Hard to tell since they give a 4-3 diagram to explain the salary cap of a 3-4 team
Or you could move your mouse over the LB circle and see Hali is listed as an OLB.
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Old 01-31-2013, 11:38 AM   #20
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Steve Breston $4.5 million, and NOT part of the right 53. Scooter was such a brilliant guy.
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Old 04-14-2014, 12:20 PM   #21
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Quarterbacks

Salary-cap commitments: $11,898,333

Percent of Chiefs' total cap: 9.2

NFL average: $11,667,289

Chiefs rank on QB spending: 15th among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs are spending about 2 percent more than the league average on their quarterbacks. This will change when they extend the contract of starter Alex Smith, who currently counts $8 million against their cap. That's tied for the 15th-highest QB cap number with Oakland's Matt Schaub. Chase Daniel's salary-cap number of $3.4 million is fifth among players listed as backups on their team's depth chart, but Daniel is the only one of those five who has never been a starter.

Running backs

Salary-cap commitments: $7,775,255

Percent of Chiefs' total cap: 6

NFL average: $7,750,422

Chiefs rank on RB spending: 13th among 32 teams

Analysis: Again, the Chiefs are very close to the league average in spending at this position. Most of their cap allotment at this position goes, of course, to Jamaal Charles. His cap number is $5,233,333. Charles is still a bargain at that price. His cap number is just 10th among NFL running backs this year. Knile Davis has the Chiefs' next highest cap number for a running back at $646,504 but that puts him far down the league's list of runners.

Wide receivers

Salary-cap commitments: $16,366,594

Percent of Chiefs' total cap: 12.7

NFL average: $13,534,504

Chiefs rank on WR spending: ninth among 32 teams

Analysis: Here's where the Chiefs' spending gets out of line, both for the league average and what they're getting for the money. The Chiefs are spending 21.75 percent more than the league average on wide receivers but last season that group was last in the league in pass receptions and yardage. Dwayne Bowe leads the way with a $12 million cap charge. That's the sixth-highest cap number in the NFL for a player who caught 57 passes for 673 yards and five touchdowns during the regular season last year.

Tight ends

Salary-cap commitments: $6,122,076

Percent of Chiefs' total cap: 4.7

NFL average: $6,137,131

Chiefs rank on TE spending: 15th among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs are spending very close to the league average at this position. Most of their spending here goes to the starter, Anthony Fasano. His cap number is $4,281,250, giving him the 11th highest figure at his position. Travis Kelce has the next highest cap number for a tight end at $700,826 but he's well down the league list for this position.

Offensive linemen

Salary-cap commitments: $12,314,356

Percent of Chiefs' total cap: 9.5

NFL average: $21,449,958

Chiefs rank on OL spending: 31st among 32 teams

Analysis: Here the Chiefs drop well below the league average in positional spending. Only the Detroit Lions are spending less in salary cap on their offensive line. This is the byproduct of allowing three regulars from last season to leave as free agents. Meanwhile, the linemen who have the top three salary-cap figures are working under the contracts they signed as rookies. Left tackle Eric Fisher, the first overall pick in last year's draft, has far and away the highest salary-cap number for a lineman at $5,043,295. Even at that, Fisher has the 43rd highest cap number for an offensive lineman. Left guard Jeff Allen ($1,266,497) and center Rodney Hudson ($1,115,577) are next.
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Old 04-14-2014, 12:33 PM   #22
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Wow, Chase Daniel is criminally overpaid.
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Old 04-14-2014, 12:56 PM   #23
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Old 04-14-2014, 03:16 PM   #24
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KC cap breakdown: defense, specialists

Defensive ends

Salary-cap commitments: $6,649,267

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 5.1

NFL average: $12,840,629

Chiefs rank on DE spending: 25th among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs are spending only about half of the league average on these positions. For purposes of this discussion, Mike DeVito is labelled as an end because he’s basically a run defender who comes out of the game on passing downs. He makes up most of the Chiefs’ cap spending at this spot with a figure of $4.9 million.

Defensive tackles

Salary-cap commitments: $5,407,274

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 4.2

NFL average: $8,979,256

Chiefs rank on DT spending: 22nd among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs are again well below the league average here (about 40 percent below) and that’s counting not only Dontari Poe but Vance Walker as tackles. Poe is still playing under his rookie contract and has a cap number of $3,087,274. That’s only 27th highest among NFL defensive tackles.

Linebackers

Salary-cap commitments: $23,066,768

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 17.8

NFL average: $15,526,469

Chiefs rank on LB spending: 5th among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs spend more than 50 percent beyond the league average at linebacker, but they’re getting their money’s worth. Outside linebackers Tamba Hali and Justin Houston and Derrick Johnson on the inside are each working on a string of at least two consecutive Pro Bowl appearances. Hali alone accounts for about half ($11,464,706)of the Chiefs’ cap commitments at this position. Johnson ($4,550,000) and Houston ($1,598,812) are bargains.

Cornerbacks

Salary-cap commitments: $19,886,878

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 15.4

NFL average: $12,150,127

Chiefs rank on CB spending: 3rd among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs spend about 67 percent more for their cornerbacks than the NFL average. One starter, Brandon Flowers, has the third-highest salary-cap number for an NFL cornerback ($10,500,000) while the other, Sean Smith, is 16th ($5,750,000). No other Chiefs cornerback has a cap figure above $1 million.

Safeties

Salary-cap commitments: $13,319,700

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 10.3

NFL average: $8,333,907

Chiefs rank on safety spending: 6th among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs spend about 67 percent more than the league average at this position, mainly because of Eric Berry and his cap number of $11,619,700. Berry was drafted fifth overall in 2010, the last year before the NFL overhauled rookie contracts, so he’s benefitting from the huge deal he signed then. Berry has the highest salary-cap number for a safety and the only one over $10.1 million.

Kicker

Salary-cap commitments: $2,708,750

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 2.1

NFL average: $1,864,515

Chiefs rank on kicker spending: 8th among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefs have about 47 percent more committed to Ryan Succop than the average NFL team does to its kicker.

Punter

Salary-cap commitments: $3,800,000

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: 2.9

NFL average: $1,706,906

Chiefs rank on punter spending: 2nd among 32 teams

Analysis: Here’s another sign the Chiefs value their kicking specialists more than some other teams. Re-signing Dustin Colquitt to a new contract was a priority for general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid when they were hired last year. His cap number is more than twice that of the average NFL punter.

Long-snapper

Salary-cap commitments: $595,000

Percent of Chiefs’ total cap: .5

NFL average: $838,863

Chiefs rank on LS spending: 23rd among 32 teams

Analysis: The Chiefssigned Thomas Gafford to his second straight one-year contract worth the NFL minimum.
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Old 04-14-2014, 03:24 PM   #25
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Wow, Chase Daniel is criminally overpaid.
I really hope that Bray shows enough for them to get rid of Daniel.
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Old 04-14-2014, 03:34 PM   #26
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Ironic that the positions I feel need the most attention being WR, DB\S and LB are also overpaid by quite a bit compared to the league averages.
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