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    Quote Originally Posted by GazPhin
    D'ya mean 100 mill?

    I saw something about the 2006 cap being $100 million but 2005 is still estimated at about $84 million
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    Guys:

    Relax!! We hear this crap every year. And Clumpy gets it started. We are always in supposed "Cap Jail". But players rework, and Clumps numbers are not always right, close, but not always right. When the dust settles we have money. It just works out.

    We will cut, rework, and in the end the Fins will have money to spend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fin-atic
    Guys:

    Relax!! We hear this crap every year. And Clumpy gets it started. We are always in supposed "Cap Jail". But players rework, and Clumps numbers are not always right, close, but not always right. When the dust settles we have money. It just works out.

    We will cut, rework, and in the end the Fins will have money to spend.

    What crap? I just provide numbers

    Plus, I do not claim to be 100% correct

    I've already said y'all will only have a tight cap, not "cap jail"
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    Whoah there, finatic - cut the clump some slack man...

    Quote Originally Posted by fin-atic
    Guys:

    Relax!! We hear this crap every year. And Clumpy gets it started. We are always in supposed "Cap Jail". But players rework, and Clumps numbers are not always right, close, but not always right. When the dust settles we have money. It just works out.

    We will cut, rework, and in the end the Fins will have money to spend.

    He may give us some good-natured ribbing as the fan of a division rival but his work on the cap is very helpful.

    As to the fact that it always works out even though we always look like we're in trouble - I believe that's by design. Huizenga agrees to full expenditure on the Cap, the GM/HC use it. Contracts are designed to be re-negotiated regularly to keep the ball rolling. We started off about $17 Million over last year and ended up with $15 Million for FA. We just run our cap that way.

    Is it the best way? The Chargers have been through a tough time in recent season but they're now winning. They're projected about $21 Million under so if they want to franchise and keep their revelation of a QB aswell as their high-priced rookie they can. They just seem to have a different cap philosophy. As do tight-wad Minnesota.
    Looking forward to seeing an offensive specialist as head coach
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    Quote Originally Posted by GazPhin
    D'ya mean 100 mill?
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    Lose....
    Morris 600k
    Fiedler 5,430,417
    Konrad 950k
    Thompson 1,200,000
    St.Cair 1,100,000
    Williams 900,000
    Bowens 780,000
    Seau 3,151,250
    Freeman 3,000,000

    Total Savings $17,111,667
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny1339
    Lose....
    Morris 600k
    Fiedler 5,430,417
    Konrad 950k
    Thompson 1,200,000
    St.Cair 1,100,000
    Williams 900,000
    Bowens 780,000
    Seau 3,151,250
    Freeman 3,000,000

    Total Savings $17,111,667
    But now you have to sign a new FB, another WR, another LB, and two new DT. I think is said were are 11 million over, so in your proposal, we're 6 million under with all these people to sign, that won't be upgrades. So now what do you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clumpy
    What crap? I just provide numbers

    Plus, I do not claim to be 100% correct

    I've already said y'all will only have a tight cap, not "cap jail"
    Clumpy,
    To be honest, you do not need to allow yourself to be sucked into this type of confrontation. Just allow your contributions to do the talking for you.

    I've been on this board since before the draft. I've found your contributions to add insight and legitimacy to many threads on this board. Many members indirectly/directly reference your work as the foundation for their viewpoints.

    Granted, non-NFL types are not going to be cap geniuoses. But, your work at least facilitates conjecture that otherwise may not be exchanged. I think everyone understands exactness is not the point. I think more importantly, we understand your work is as accurate as WE need it to be.

    Please do not be offended by the words of someone less appreciative. And, remember, it is easy for "arm chair GMs" to reject or refute the work of someone else.... yet they offer no work of their own in rebuttal.

    Your work may not necessarily bleed aqua and orange, but it does help add validity to a web site we enjoy. A web site that supports our team.

    And, remember, many of us really do believe in a place called "Clumpytown".

    Won't you take me?

    CLUMPY ROCKS!

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    We may be dumb, but at least we never paid year with %5m for Johnson and $5M for Flutie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NLude33
    But now you have to sign a new FB, another WR, another LB, and two new DT. I think is said were are 11 million over, so in your proposal, we're 6 million under with all these people to sign, that won't be upgrades. So now what do you do?
    Morris should stay, Knorad should go. Morris and whoever can handle the FB duties.

    WR we are fine. Gilmore can be the #4 WR and we can try out a scrub for the #5 WR spot.... thats if Booker, Boston and CC are the 1-3 WR's.

    LB, nah. We are fine with Seau leaving. Pope, Moore, and Greenwood can handle the rotation with Bua coming in if he doesnt get reps at Safety. We can always draft one in the later rounds also. Greenwood should be resigned.

    We can alsy guarantee some of CC, ZT, and JT's cash to free up 3-4 million so that should help us out.

    We are NOT in cap hell, but we are tight. Its not a problem, but it WILL hinder who we can and cant sign as a FA. Basically, its REALLY important that AJ shows improvement because he is REALLY CHEAP compared to other starting QBs in the NFL and that would allow us to trade the #2 pick in the draft to acquire another starter.
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