I'm not a cap expert but can someone explain if we can roll over this cap space to next year for even more financial flexibility?
Assume we finish this season with $10M left over after the season. Assume next years salary cap is $125M. Theoretically our salary cap would then actually be $125M + $10M = $135M.
Never cared for Spitler or Trusnik even though both were great on special team and not bad filling in for Dansby and Burnett.
No up side. They give their all on every play but I think youth will be served.
he is also good at reading the read option. he stuffed it vs. SF. got burned a play later cus they rolled the dice and ran it again to ice the game
spitler is in greater danger here but if all these LB'S show, then yes, trusnik gone but we just resigned him. doubt he goes anywhere.
Base Salary $83,440,055
Prorated Bonus $17,881,040
Roster Bonus $971,682
Workout Bonus $710,000
Cap Number $103,002,777
Dead Money $3,575,000
For a total of $106, 577,777 committed.. If salary cap stays the same, that's 123-106 = 17mil plus left over from this year...
We could have 20-25 million going into next offseason..not bad with all the signings we did this year. How we structure contracts next year is the key..
Hopefully we're not shopping as much next year as we did this FA'cy..
2015 TOP 51 Tot cap: $68,042,596, so the way the contracts were structure this offseason, only gives us problems for 2 years and then we're back in large sums of
cap depending on what we do next year. Very good job this year.
Last edited by MDFINFAN; 05-07-2013 at 09:31 PM.
At the same time I think we roll over roughly $15M from 2013 when its all said and done (injuires, in season signs, waiver wire, etc).
I may be wrong but you can only roll over about 5 million there is a maximum I believe
I guess I'm wrong, last year the Seahawks rolled over about 21 million