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Old 01-12-2018, 08:15 PM  
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LNBS-Looking at the 2018 Salary Cap

Holy shit what a mess. Here are the top 25 paid players, basically everyone with a cap hit of $1 million plus:



Couple of things stand out here:

-Tamba is gone.
-No way in hell is DJ playing for $10.25 million.
-Dee Ford has no dead money unless his back is ****ed.
-No way should Allen Bailey play for an $8 million cap hit.
-Ron Parker’s value deal is over. $7 million cap hit is way too high for him.
-Revis will be decided in March. Doubt he’s back.
-Dirty Dan is $4.8 million to our cap. Holy shit.

There should be some cuts/restructures coming. I think we might see a lot of new faces on defense next year.
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:54 PM   #16
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I actually donít mind this because a lot of the guys who donít add value will be obvious cuts, while the high value guys donít hurt that much. Gives us room to add new faces. ďGoodĒ turnover, if you will.
That's why I think we have a chance to get a lot better in a hurry. Its not like we are being forced to cut a bunch of guys that we really can't afford to lose.
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Old 01-12-2018, 11:11 PM   #17
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I keep reading this damn topic as "Looking at the 2018 Stanley Cup".
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Old 01-12-2018, 11:13 PM   #18
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i would comment on the OP but can't read the ****ing embed
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Old 01-13-2018, 12:45 AM   #19
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Trade Alex, force DJ and Hali to retire, and cut Bailey, Zombo and Sorenson.

Let Ron Parker play out his contract. Unfortunately the back loading piper needs to be paid sometimes and we can't realistically replace two "starting" safeties in one offseason. He can't tackle worth a damn but he knows the system well and if he's your weakest link in the secondary, you're not doing too poorly.

I'm undecided on Ford and Revis. Ideally you'd be able to move on from them but they play the most important positions on defense. After Peters and Houston we're thin and lacking impact players at both spots so we may be forced to keep them both.

Go into the draft looking for OLB, DL, LG, CB, and S. TE and OL depth are some things to keep in mind.
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Old 01-13-2018, 01:22 AM   #20
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Trade Alex, force DJ and Hali to retire, and cut Bailey, Zombo and Sorenson.

Let Ron Parker play out his contract. Unfortunately the back loading piper needs to be paid sometimes and we can't realistically replace two "starting" safeties in one offseason. He can't tackle worth a damn but he knows the system well and if he's your weakest link in the secondary, you're not doing too poorly.

I'm undecided on Ford and Revis. Ideally you'd be able to move on from them but they play the most important positions on defense. After Peters and Houston we're thin and lacking impact players at both spots so we may be forced to keep them both.

Go into the draft looking for OLB, DL, LG, CB, and S. TE and OL depth are some things to keep in mind.
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Old 01-13-2018, 08:38 AM   #21
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Revis was just collecting a check this year

Hard no for next year there
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Old 01-13-2018, 08:53 AM   #22
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First, thank you for creating this thread as I have yet to see any discussion along these lines. This entire board is on board with the trade Alex, cut Hali and DJ movement.

And by the way, a teams cap number is not a mess because they don't have cap space as the year begins. Thier cap is a mess when they have no real moves to make to free up space. Chiefs are in a great spot actually IMO. Holes to fill, a defense to fix, but ample cap space. My concern is will there be good free agents to spend the money on.
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Old 01-13-2018, 08:58 AM   #23
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The good thing is though, they don’t really need big ticket free agent on d they need supplemental guys that can bring value

That’s where you win free agency
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Old 01-13-2018, 09:05 AM   #24
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The good thing is though, they donít really need big ticket free agent on d they need supplemental guys that can bring value

Thatís where you win free agency
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Yeah that’s the thing, they don’t need stars, they need good players.

Problem is everyone gets overplayed in free agency
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:11 AM   #26
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Let Ron Parker play out his contract. Unfortunately the back loading piper needs to be paid sometimes and we can't realistically replace two "starting" safeties in one offseason. He can't tackle worth a damn but he knows the system well and if he's your weakest link in the secondary, you're not doing too poorly.
Thats where I'm at, too many other spots are in need of attention to worry about him right now
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:17 AM   #27
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I can't either.

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Revis was just collecting a check this year

Hard no for next year there
He gave up virtually nothing the last 4 games. You guys are terrible at evaluating players. They should have let Henry score on that last play. He knew he wasn't getting there in time. Absolutely pathetic defensive alignment by Sutton.
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Yes. Which all of those moves are fine as long as you've got solid replacements in mind, and as long as they are willing to use those savings in general.

I personally don't want to get rid of guys like Bailey, Ford, or Parker just to have some extra cap room. If they can use that money to grab Malcolm Butler and a mid-tier player elsewhere, then I'm all for it.
I agree. Our depth at OLB is not good right now so cutting Ford just because he is making too much and hasn't worked out may not be enough of a reason. If we have enough draft capital or see a guy in FA that can replace him I'm all for moving on.
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