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Dameshek suggest trades

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Unless Gettleman could convince him to first restructure before the trade.

How would that work? Your telling him could we please get some of our money back before we kick you out the door to the Giants? Yeah no way any NFL player worth anything would agree to that.

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Sure there is, you ask the player to downsize his signing bonus.

 

Hell, a contract can be rewritten for a player to lose all his signing bonus and play for 1 dollar, if the player would agree to it.

NO you can't. The signing bonuses are upfront checks. They are paid the day the contract is signed. For cap purposes you can spread them out evenly for up to 5 years against the cap but you cant erase them.

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http://davedameshek.nfl.com/2013/09/27/heres-the-deal/

 

Panthers get WR Hakeem Nicks; Giants get RB Jonathan Stewart 

Nicks – who’ll be gone from the Giants after this season – is the ideal solution for the restlessness his fellow North Carolina natives have endured since watching superhuman Cam Newton throw to an aging Steve Smith and a bunch of powder blue-clad Clark Kents.  Stewart gives the Giants an imperfect cure to their weak backfield situation.

 

they are the ones that win you championships..........

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Here you go zod

 

 

http://nflphilosophy.com/understanding-contracts-cap-implications/

 

"Signing Bonus

Signing bonuses are exactly what they sound like. It is a bonus that is paid directly to the player at the time of signing his contract. For cap calculation purposes, the signing bonus is “prorated” over the life of the contract. This simply means that the amount of the signing bonus is spread out over the years of the contract evenly. So a $5 million signing bonus on a 5-year contract will count $1 million per year against the cap. Again, this is only for cap purposes – the player has already received this money. Signing bonuses are guaranteed and cannot be recouped except in extremely rare circumstances (think Atlanta vs. Mike Vick). The max proration for a bonus is 5 years. This is done so that teams can’t sign 10 year contracts to help alleviate the bonus hit."

 

 

 

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Lol, he's has to be a regular here now.

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D-Will and J-Stew will retire as Panthers.  I don't care we are paying them trillions of dollars.

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http://davedameshek.nfl.com/2013/09/27/heres-the-deal/

 

Panthers get WR Hakeem Nicks; Giants get RB Jonathan Stewart 

Nicks – who’ll be gone from the Giants after this season – is the ideal solution for the restlessness his fellow North Carolina natives have endured since watching superhuman Cam Newton throw to an aging Steve Smith and a bunch of powder blue-clad Clark Kents.  Stewart gives the Giants an imperfect cure to their weak backfield situation.

 

I wouldn't do this.  We're going to need Jstew more then we need Hicks this season.  It is an interesting proposal, and on the surface sort of exciting.   But we're one Dwill injury away from the season being a total wash if there's no depth behind him. I like Barner and I think he will develop but not this year, it's too late.   This is a trade I would make however if for some reason if we're out of the playoffs before the trade deadline just because we'll be in better position next year.

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