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    Salary Cap Page Updated

    As of 8/31. I'm about to fall asleep. So if you see stupid errors.....

    http://www.finheaven.com/seasonal/salaries.php
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    did you order that by how you think the roster will be set? Thompson is definately gone...
    "I didn't feel like we had to score," Tannehill said. "I had the mindset we were going to score."

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    6m under... not bad!
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    6 million in dead money? That sucks.

    I think Madison, Howard, Thompson are all over paid. James and Booker better step up and play some serious football this year or they are in the over paid group with those other guys. Hopefully we can unload some of these guys without taking a cap hit. We need to bring in younger guys at an inexpensive price (2-5 round draft picks) at CB and WR.

    If there is one thing you can learn from the pats and eagles, its you need to pay players based on production and always try to be conservative with spending. Also, do not pay older guys big money.

    I think in a couple of years we should be in great cap shape with a lot of younger talent and very good depth across the board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shellgh0st
    6 million in dead money? That sucks.

    I think Madison, Howard, Thompson are all over paid. James and Booker better step up and play some serious football this year or they are in the over paid group with those other guys. Hopefully we can unload some of these guys without taking a cap hit. We need to bring in younger guys at an inexpensive price (2-5 round draft picks) at CB and WR.

    If there is one thing you can learn from the pats and eagles, its you need to pay players based on production and always try to be conservative with spending. Also, do not pay older guys big money.

    I think in a couple of years we should be in great cap shape with a lot of younger talent and very good depth across the board.
    No Booker is overpaid.
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    No Booker is overpaid.
    I'll reserve judgement on that until the end of the season. If he is production this season (70+ catches, 7 TDs) and is a good team player, then I would say he is worth the cash.

    It all depends on how he plays this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXXSURTAINXXX
    No Booker is overpaid.
    Is there no validity to "Performance clause" in any of these contracts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shellgh0st
    6 million in dead money? That sucks.

    I think Madison, Howard, Thompson are all over paid. James and Booker better step up and play some serious football this year or they are in the over paid group with those other guys. Hopefully we can unload some of these guys without taking a cap hit. We need to bring in younger guys at an inexpensive price (2-5 round draft picks) at CB and WR.

    If there is one thing you can learn from the pats and eagles, its you need to pay players based on production and always try to be conservative with spending. Also, do not pay older guys big money.

    I think in a couple of years we should be in great cap shape with a lot of younger talent and very good depth across the board.
    Remember that Madison and Howard are really getting paid for how they've played in the past. Are they overpaid for their worth...yes...but it is the same thing for ZT and JT...both making over $5 m a year and next...are they worth that...right now, yes...but next year perhaps not...It's all relative to how the contracts are generally structured.
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