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Beason a June 1st cut?

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Right now:

He takes up

9.5 in 2012

10.75 in 2013

Does a June 1 cut mean

4 in 2012

8 in 2013??

That is my question

Yeah, I'm not sure

Do we have a resident cap guy?

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If anything, I rather cut Anderson. Would cutting Anderson help save any cap or are we going to take a hit?

And I read on PFT that we can carry a little over 3mill this upcoming season. Unlike Philly who has 23mill to carry over.

Anderson is healthy. That factors in. he isn't coming off back to back years of IR

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We should keep him. More good players on defense the better.

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We should keep him. More good players on defense the better.

he hasn't been a good player on D in yearS.

Doubtful he will be in 2013. Odds against it.

His job is also gone, making him more of a situational LB

The fact he was a great player, leader, and rep of our franchise does get thrown out the window to a degree when looking forward. Sucks he got hurt. We can't afford to hold out hope like we did with Davis for multiple guys.

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Q: Does the June 1 rule still exist?

A: If a team cuts a veteran player after June 1, the remaining signing bonus will be spread over two years rather than accelerate into the current year’s cap. For example, John Doe is cut in year 2 of his contract with $2M left on his signing bonus and a base salary of $1M before June 1. His team is hit with dead money ($1M base salary less $2M signing bonus equals $1M in dead cap space).

If John is cut AFTER June 1, only $1M of his remaining $2M signing bonus hits the current cap year with the remaining million being dumped into the next year’s cap. Thus, if you subtract the $1M signing bonus from the $1M scheduled base, John Doe ends up costing his team ZERO against the current year’s cap; however, in the next year’s cap, he’ll end up costing his team $1M against the cap.

http://insidefootball.com/blog/archives/3990

decipher it however you want

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he hasn't been a good player on D in yearS.

Doubtful he will be in 2013. Odds against it.

His job is also gone, making him more of a situational LB

The odds was against Davis

I woulda thought after Davis, that would make anybody be quiet when talking about comebacks. Guess not

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he hasn't been a good player on D in yearS.

Doubtful he will be in 2013. Odds against it.

His job is also gone, making him more of a situational LB

He's better than James Anderson, that's for sure.

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June 1st will be the Titanic.

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Wont be a lot of survivors with fat contracts.

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he hasn't been a good player on D in yearS.

Doubtful he will be in 2013. Odds against it.

His job is also gone, making him more of a situational LB

The fact he was a great player, leader, and rep of our franchise does get thrown out the window to a degree when looking forward. Sucks he got hurt. We can't afford to hold out hope like we did with Davis for multiple guys.

Look at TD.

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Hurney is an idiot, he knew Beason had a Achilles problem, BEFORE the contract negotiations. But this fuging idiot doesn't bother to put a injury clause in his contract.

Does Hurney do coke?

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