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    If JT retires

    What does he count against our cap in 2007? Obviously, his base salary comes off the books but does the rest of his amortized bonus get accelerated or does it also come off?
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    everything goes...
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    PS...if JT goes...Saban goes (imo)...so factor that in to the Bama courtship...asap!
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    Quote Originally Posted by johngarry View Post
    PS...if JT goes...Saban goes (imo)...so factor that in to the Bama courtship...asap!
    Ya, but I doubt JT will announce anything right away. It might take him awhile to decide and Saban won't have that long to wait.
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    IF JT goes Saban stays regardless

    ALot of core players that are on the team are players from one of the previous regimes. Saban has really not started to implement his core group of players that every coach that is going through a rebuilding process needs to do. So I think that if JT goes, while Saban will be saddened to let such a quality person, I really think that saban wants to really start bringing in players that fit his coaching strategy. By the way if JT comes off the books that is 11M in cap space we save next year, we would be in super ridicuolous good shape as far as the cap goes. We would not even have to use all our cap space, and be in a good situation for years to come. By the way there is no garauntee that JT would have a repeat performace next year.
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    http://www.askthecommish.com/salarycap/faq.asp

    According to 1.13, the rest of the amortized bonuses would get accelerated onto the 2007 cap. So the question now is, how much of Jason Taylor's bonuses have yet to amortize?
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    The other question is; can he re-do his contract, and save us all that cap money before he retires?
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    He won't retire, he loves playing the game....and despite losing, he had alot of fun playing football this year...and 33 is not that old, he keeps himself in great shape obviously.
    Every week in this league is an opportunity and responsibility to prove yourself, no matter who you are or what you have done. -Jason Taylor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finfan53 View Post
    He won't retire, he loves playing the game....and despite losing, he had alot of fun playing football this year...and 33 is not that old, he keeps himself in great shape obviously.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Finfan53 View Post
    He won't retire, he loves playing the game....and despite losing, he had alot of fun playing football this year...and 33 is not that old, he keeps himself in great shape obviously.
    again...the Back, the Foot, the Wife, the Kids...the LOSING!!!
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