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Thread: Clabo contract details/post-June 1st cap space around $17 million

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    We're all on the 'Good Ship Tannehill'. If he's not good then we're in hell, period for the next 5 years at least. If he is, though, then we have a great shot to win some playoff games.
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    When you look at the 12 players listed as FA's next year, I'm thinking we could keep Carroll, Clemons, Denny, Devlin, Jerry, Misi, and Yeatman for around a $10M cap hit next year. That brings us up to 45 players, and $20M left. Add in Sturgis if ya like for NFL minimum and we are at 46.

    That leaves decisions on Cog, Grimes, Keller, Jones, Soliai, and Starks. Cog is very likely gone, with Grimes and Keller hopefully replaceable with our young guys. So, we need to re-sign Jones, and make decisions on Soliai and Starks with $20M in cap space without the $10-12M carry over, a very likely cap increase, and re-doing a few contracts.

    Next year's draft will cost another $6M but, have to believe 2-3 picks will fill a couple of high priced holes, and we should an OT with Clabo's one year deal.

    No matter how you spin it, we are in VG cap shape for next year, and it appears that we should be able to sign another high priced FA or two.
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    i'll go along with the reshuffling at cb transition effecting reshad jones play somewhat...but i think if miamis smart they roll in these rookies slowly...unless taylor shows so damn well in camp it's blatantly obvious...cause once the lights go on i'm not all about having rookie corners face our schedule...

    but we'll see what camp brings...if it's me i'm going in with grimes and carroll as my camp boundary starters...and then adjusting as need be...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    you got both your starting safeties headed to free agency after this season both your starting dt's your starting solb both your starting corners most likely in grimes and carroll your starting guards in 2012 both free agents your starting right tackle in clabo your starting te in keller headed to free agency...

    shoot...you got a lot of critical needs that must be filled...and you don't want to feel like you are ready to contend and be rolling in a bunch of rookies at these critical spots...

    and you got massive 2014 cap hits like wallace at $17 mil and ellerbe and wheeler and hartline all paying the piper forward that come due...

    great future shape you say???? ehhhh....
    The numbers I posted are accurate. Where do you see the problem in paying these positions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    i'll go along with the reshuffling at cb transition effecting reshad jones play somewhat...but i think if miamis smart they roll in these rookies slowly...unless taylor shows so damn well in camp it's blatantly obvious...cause once the lights go on i'm not all about having rookie corners face our schedule...

    but we'll see what camp brings...if it's me i'm going in with grimes and carroll as my camp boundary starters...and then adjusting as need be...
    Agreed, and Coyle had to see something in Marshall and Peterson, which we have yet to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamtiv View Post
    We're all on the 'Good Ship Tannehill'. If he's not good then we're in hell, period for the next 5 years at least. If he is, though, then we have a great shot to win some playoff games.
    Nothing is more important, as we all know only too well.
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    More likely Will Davis is the guy to impress in the early going and get some playing time, IMO.
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    I think Jones is a prime candidate for the Franchise Tag. It also could be expected, one of either Soliai and Starks will not be resigned. The toss up players, who could get resigned are both Grimes and Keller depending on how well they've played and their recoveries from injuries. I think CB, OT and DT will be the top priorities going into the 2014 Off Season and Draft.
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    I think Jones and Soliai get long-term deals, Grimes too if he's healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rent this space View Post
    I think Jones and Soliai get long-term deals, Grimes too if he's healthy.
    Yeah, and my point is that we can do that with the cap situation we have. The "cap sky is NOT falling."
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