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2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: DaytonaDolfan13 ()
Date: January 09, 2009 04:50PM


Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: montequi ()
Date: January 09, 2009 05:37PM

We should probably look at:

Terrell Suggs
Jonathan Vilma
Matt Birk
Jordan Gross
Nnamdi Asomugha
Albert Haynesworth

Unfortunately, there aren't any obvious #1 WRs who are UFAs this year.

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: Jonathan Twilley ()
Date: January 09, 2009 05:54PM

Two names seem standout to me. It seems our staff likes familiar players. If Vernon Carey isn't resigned then maybe it is because Henning likes Jordan Gross who played tackle for him at Carolina. They appear to be comparable players in terms of ability and age.

A player I liked a lot coming out of UVA was Chris Canty. Obiviously the former Cowboy guys know him. While DE doesn't seem to be a position of demand. Parcells, Ireland and Sparano all say you can never have enough of them.

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: Aqua&Orange ()
Date: January 10, 2009 03:27AM

Gross will be awesome. He was a first team All-Pro this year.

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: eesti ()
Date: January 10, 2009 04:06AM

What I noticed was a few overpaid players like...

Anderson, Ayodele & Torbor who all make more than Crowder.

Jason Allen, Starks, Holliday and Wilford obviously.

Lehan is not on the roster anymore, he is in N.O.

A lot of dead cap money in 08.... 21 mil.

I think J. Allen, Holliday, Wilford and Torbor could all be gone.

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Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: DaytonaDolfan13 ()
Date: January 10, 2009 06:15AM

My favorites are SUGGS and ASOMUGHA

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: eesti ()
Date: January 10, 2009 06:32AM

Suggs plays the same position as Porter so who would move to LOLB? The Ravens let Adelius Thomas slip thru their fingers. Do you think they will let Suggs go as well?

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Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: DaytonaDolfan13 ()
Date: January 10, 2009 07:48AM

All 3 of their LBs are UFA. Someone's slipping

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Date: January 10, 2009 07:56AM

asomugha is gettin franchised

my top free agent list for rite now is

1. suggs
2. gross

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: noetic ()
Date: January 10, 2009 09:33AM

Isn't Antonio Bryant an unrestricted free agent this year? Unless Tampa franchises him, he's at the top of my list.

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: montequi ()
Date: January 10, 2009 05:27PM

DaytonaDolfan13 Wrote:
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> My favorites are SUGGS and ASOMUGHA

Agreed, particularly about Asomugha. Safety may be the toughest position to play in the NFL. You can't expect a rookie to play well at that position. Players usually need 2 or 3 years before they really start excelling at safety, so, picking up a FA to replace Hill would be a good idea. We should draft an ILB and/or WR in the 1st round. There aren't any FA's worth it at those positions.

Re: 2009 CAP NUMBERS
Posted by: dolfanmark ()
Date: January 10, 2009 05:46PM

eesti Wrote:
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> What I noticed was a few overpaid players like...
>
> Anderson, Ayodele & Torbor who all make more than
> Crowder.
>
> A lot of dead cap money in 08.... 21 mil.
>

Keep in mind, Anderson, Ayodele, and Torbor have all been free agents. Crowder was still playing under his initial rookie contract.

And there could be substantial dead cap money in 2009, depending on who gets cut.

And we also have to factor in the 2009 raises for Ricky, Camarillo, and Cobbs that they negotiated during the season. And then there's the cost of re-signing our own free agents. We won't be able to make as big a splash as some people think. Plus, spending big money in free agency is not an effective way to build a team. It's not Parcells' style.

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