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ItsNotGonnaBeAlright

Most likely trade partner for Hardy?

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For real. We need Hardy to net us a high pick to get Watkins. Raiders or anyone else.

any first rounder would work for me.  im not even sure what the pass rush talent looks like past clowney in this draft

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Cleveland signed Kruger from Baltimore last offseason. Doubt they swing for the fences again on a DE in Free Agency

 

Yea, but both Kruger and Sheard are OLBs. Also, both of them didnt exactly get to the QBs this season. Hardy had 5 more sacks than both of them combined for. Hardy is big enough to play DE in that 34 D.

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any first rounder would work for me.  im not even sure what the pass rush talent looks like past clowney in this draft

 

Really weak: Ealy, Tuitt, Jeffcoat, and Lynch.

 

Ealy is the leader of the pack. Tuitt is probably a late 1st-2nd round talent. Jeffcoat is considered by some to be a tweener and Lynch's stock has dropped dramatically since the start of the season.

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We tag him we get hit with the salary against our cap right? So 12mil against 18 cap space is 6mill left? Then we trade him for picks but stil wind up with the cap hit? Yay or nay?

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This is fuggin confusing! Everyone knows but does anybody actually have it in black and white lawful written writing!

in the time you spent wondering and asking, you could have gts

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Wel I don't no I thought we were a franchise that gave away money for nothing to deadbeat underperforming pros therefore hindering our progression for years and years.

Not my fault I don't get what this tag and trade crap means, there shouldn't be thousands on here claiming to know what it means and are 'in the know' when thy know nothing. I mean how hard is it for one thread with facts instead of ten with thousands of versions

or common sense, who would give someone $12.8m then trade him to lose all that money against the cap?

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This is fuggin confusing! Everyone knows but does anybody actually have it in black and white lawful written writing!

 

It really isn't that confusing.  Here is how it works:

 

 

There are two types of franchise tag designations: the exclusive rights franchise tag, and non-exclusive rights franchise tag:

  • An "exclusive" franchise player must be offered a one-year contract for an amount no less than the average of the top five salaries at the player's position as of a date in April of the current year in which the tag will apply, or 120 percent of the player's previous year's salary, whichever is greater. Exclusive franchise players cannot negotiate with other teams. The player's team has all the negotiating rights to the exclusive player.
  • A "non-exclusive" franchise player must be offered a one-year contract for an amount no less than the average of the top five salaries at the player's position for the previous year, or 120 percent of the player's previous year's salary, whichever is greater. A non-exclusive franchise player may negotiate with other NFL teams, but if he signs an offer sheet from another team, the original team has a right to match the terms of that offer, or if it does not match the offer and thus loses the player, is entitled to receive two first-round draft picks as compensation.
  • Under the Capped years a team can designate one additional player only as a transitional tag. A transition player must be offered a minimum of the average of the top 10 salaries of the prior season at the player's position or 120 percent of the player's prior year's salary, whichever is greater. A transition player designation gives the club a first-refusal right to match within seven days an offer sheet given to the player by another club after his contract expires. If the club matches, it retains the player. If it does not match, it receives no compensation.

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