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Thread: harvey fialkov says miami $12-14 million cap funds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philter25 View Post
    Last year we had a rookie cap pool of 6.5 million. I would expect it to be between 5-6 million this year.
    so that would leave us with about 7-9 mil in space

    Do we have to use most of our cap room (did we have a lot left last year)

    when do we see us starting to cut people

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    Do we save money cutting these guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by 23EmilioVasquez View Post
    so that would leave us with about 7-9 mil in space

    Do we have to use most of our cap room (did we have a lot left last year)

    when do we see us starting to cut people

    Short List
    wilford
    murphy
    wright
    dolson
    solio
    moses (dont get why this guy cant catch on anywhere)

    Do we save money cutting these guys
    I think right now we are about 20 million under the adjusted cap of 134.889 million (BEFORE Eric Green signing). Jake Long's contract went up due to incentives/escalators and Allen's went up a million. We should be around 13 million under.

    Take away 6 mil for rookies and about 2 mil to carry through the season for emergency signings and we have about 5 mil to spend if we wanted to.

    There IS a salary cap floor, but we are above it. We will start to trim down our roster after the draft. The big date is June 1st for cuts.

    Cutting Wilford wouldnt save us money and would cost us dead cap. Cutting late round rookies usually doesnt save much money at all. Murphy counts for under 500k against the cap. His replacement would probably cost around the same amount. Same with Wright and Dotson. All those guys are good to keep around because they are very inexpensive. If we released any of them and had to sign a FA replacement, the replacement would probably cost just as much, if not more, then they already do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philter25 View Post
    I think right now we are about 20 million under the adjusted cap of 134.889 million (BEFORE Eric Green signing). Jake Long's contract went up due to incentives/escalators and Allen's went up a million. We should be around 13 million under.

    Take away 6 mil for rookies and about 2 mil to carry through the season for emergency signings and we have about 5 mil to spend if we wanted to.

    There IS a salary cap floor, but we are above it. We will start to trim down our roster after the draft. The big date is June 1st for cuts.

    Cutting Wilford wouldnt save us money and would cost us dead cap. Cutting late round rookies usually doesnt save much money at all. Murphy counts for under 500k against the cap. His replacement would probably cost around the same amount. Same with Wright and Dotson. All those guys are good to keep around because they are very inexpensive. If we released any of them and had to sign a FA replacement, the replacement would probably cost just as much, if not more, then they already do.
    What are Crowder, Berger, and Greens actual contracts?I have yet to see anything offical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philter25 View Post
    I have us at 15 million under the cap after all our free agent signings, so Harveys 12-14 million IMO is probably ballpark.



    Incorrect. You are looking at his contract AVERAGE, not what he makes in any given year. See my cap page in the link in my signature.

    Jake Long doesnt count for 12 million against the cap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4THand10 View Post
    What are Crowder, Berger, and Greens actual contracts?I have yet to see anything offical.
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    I only know their base salaries. Nothing about their signing bonuses or guaranteed money or total values.

    Its been hush-hush in Miami this year.

    Crowder is 1.5 in '09, 2.1 in '10, and 2.5 in '11.

    Green is 1.2 in '09 and 1.625 in '10.

    Berger is 675k in '09, 700k in '10, and 800k in '11.

    Theres been some BS spread on here about Crowders deal being worth 20 million. If thats true, then Crowder 14 million in bonuses, which I find hard to believe.

    I would guess Berger got under a million as a signing bonus, and Green got under 3 million as a signing bonus. Rumors are Green can earn up to 6.2 million, but when I hear "up to", I think incentives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philter25 View Post
    I only know their base salaries. Nothing about their signing bonuses or guaranteed money or total values.

    Its been hush-hush in Miami this year.

    Crowder is 1.5 in '09, 2.1 in '10, and 2.5 in '11.

    Green is 1.2 in '09 and 1.625 in '10.

    Berger is 675k in '09, 700k in '10, and 800k in '11.

    Theres been some BS spread on here about Crowders deal being worth 20 million. If thats true, then Crowder 14 million in bonuses, which I find hard to believe.

    I would guess Berger got under a million as a signing bonus, and Green got under 3 million as a signing bonus. Rumors are Green can earn up to 6.2 million, but when I hear "up to", I think incentives.
    either someones really good at Bs'n or someone did there homework but either way i believe the **** about green and crowder lol
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