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#1 TylerVagyler

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 07:38 PM

I have been messing around with cap calculator on Over The Cap's website and I have come up with the following:

 

Cut/Release:

Charles Godfrey - June 1st cut saves us 5.1 mil

Josh Norman  - saves 570K

 

Resigning:

Graham Gano - 4 years, 10 mil (2 guaranteed)

Mike Mitchell - 4 years, 12 mil (3 guaranteed)

Captain Munnerlyn - 3 years, 7.5 mil (1.5 guaranteed)

Ted Ginn Jr - 2 years, 7 mil (1.5 guaranteed)

Derek Anderson - 1 year, 855K 

Dominek Hixon - 1 year, 1.1 mil (250K guaranteed)

Jordan Gross - 2 years, 4 mil (1.5 guaranteed)

Quintin Mikell - 1 year, 650K (70K guaranteed) basically the same as this year

Chris Scott - 1 year, 495K (ERFA Tender)

Jeff Byers - 1 year, 570K (ERFA Tender)

 

Restructure:

Charles Johnson - 16,420,000 cap hit down to 12,420,000 (net of 4 mil)

Ryan Kalil - 10,400,000 cap hit down to 7,478,759 (net of ~3 mi)

****these numbers are according to OverTheCap's site****

 

Trade:

Greg Hardy to the Oakland Raiders for a 2nd round pick

 

****at this point we are sitting at approximately 18 mil in cap space****

 

Free Agent Signings:

Hakeem Nicks, WR - 4 years, 26 mil (4 guaranteed)

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Charles Tillman, CB - 2 years, 10 mil (1.5 guaranteed)

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Justin Tuck, DE - 2 years, 12 mil (4 guaranteed)

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Draft:

Round 1: David Yankey, OT/OG, Stanford

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Round 2 (Oakland): Loucheiz Purifoy, CB, Florida

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Round 2: James Hurst, OT, UNC

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Round 3: Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU

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Round 4: Ed Reynolds, S, Stanford

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Round 5: Denicos Allen, OLB, Michigan State

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Round 6: Alex Neutz, WR, Buffalo

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Round 7: Deven Drane, CB, Cincinnati

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QB: Cam Newton, Derek Anderson

HB: DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, Kenjon Barner

FB: Mike Tolbert

WR: Steve Smith, Ted Ginn Jr, Domenik Hixon, Alex Neutz

WR: Hakeem Nicks, Jarvis Landry, Tavarres King

TE: Greg Olsen, Brandon Williams

LT: Jordan Gross, Nate Chandler

LG: Amini Silatolu, Chris Scott

C: Ryan Kalil, Jeff Byers

RG: David Yankey, Edmund Kugbila

RT: James Hurst, David Yankey

 

DE: Charles Johnson, Frank Alexander

DT: Kawan Short, Dwan Edwards

DT: Star Lotulelei, Linden Gaydosh

DE: Justin Tuck, Mario Addison

WLB: Chase Blackburn, AJ Klein

MLB: Luke Kuechly, AJ Klein
SLB: Thomas Davis, Denicos Allen

CB: Charles Tillman, Melvin White, Josh Thomas

FS: Mike Mitchell, Ed Reynolds, Colin Jones

SS: Quintin Mikell, Robert Lester

CB: Captain Munnerlyn, Loucheiz Purifoy, Deven Drane

 

K: Graham Gano

P: Brad Nortman

LS: JJ Jansen

 


#2 carolina-chuck

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 07:46 PM

Love it!

 

Love the Nicks and Tillman pickups.
Love the Hardy trade.
Love the "David Yankey" pick; "BOLD" pick! (been waiting to see if anyone would bring up his name)
Love the Purifoy and Hurst pickups.

Love the Landry and Reynolds picks, but I dont think they're going to be there.

 

You should really think about cutting Dwill too. It would help save some money.

 

I just dont think Michael Bennett is going to take that 2 mil guaranteed and that contract for Nicks is pretty huge.

 

Great mock.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 07:47 PM

Pretty nice

 

Only theoretical change i might suggest is to get a WR at the top of the second and go CB at the end of 3, especially since we are primarily zone and don't need to overdraft a press guy.  Now, if we were set at WR, I am good, but alas....



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 07:48 PM

I really have no clue what Bennett's value is but I think we could get him in the ballpark of what is above.

 

Nicks is going to get a decent sized contract. I think around 6 mil per year is likely. 



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 07:54 PM

Realistic..

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 08:12 PM

I really have no clue what Bennett's value is but I think we could get him in the ballpark of what is above.

 

Nicks is going to get a decent sized contract. I think around 6 mil per year is likely. 

 

I think that Bennett just earned a long term contract around 6-7mil/yr, and at least 8-12 mil guaranteed after what he did this season.

 

The Nicks deal is realistic. He's going to get at least 6 mil/yr. I just cant see Gman giving that 4 yr deal tho. Probably 1-2yr.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 08:18 PM

I like Yankey and the FA ideas you have but Bennett and Tillman at those salaries are pushing it.

 

Not a fan of any WR additions here.  Not saying they aren't improvements but that WR unit would be:

 

Smith

Nicks

Ginn

Landry

Hixon

Neutz

 

Not that different than this year.  

 

 

 



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 08:22 PM

I like Yankey and the FA ideas you have but Bennett and Tillman at those salaries are pushing it.

 

Not a fan of any WR additions here.  Not saying they aren't improvements but that WR unit would be:

 

Smith

Nicks

Ginn

Landry

Hixon

Neutz

 

Not that different than this year.  

 

Oh, it's a big difference.

 

Nicks is an upgrade over any receiver we had this past season, and I think that Landry can have a big impact in the slot.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 08:30 PM

Would Robert Ayers be a cheaper option at DE?



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 08:44 PM

Would Robert Ayers be a cheaper option at DE?

 

Yea, but the man is terrible. He's a bust for a reason.

 

I would highly prefer an older Justin Tuck. Still productive but older, and possibly be had at a cheaper price.

 

Other names: Willie Young, Everson Griffen, and Matt Shaughnessy.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 09:00 PM

Oh, it's a big difference.

 

Nicks is an upgrade over any receiver we had this past season, and I think that Landry can have a big impact in the slot.

 

you think landry will fall to 3rd?



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 09:09 PM

you think landry will fall to 3rd?

 

I think that Landry has 2nd round talent as a draft prospect. As a player, I think he's going to be better.

 

Do I think that he'll fall into the 3rd? Sure, bc this is a deep draft.

 

But, if he explode at the combine then not a chance.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 09:11 PM

If Landry isn't there, I'd be happy with Moncrief.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 11:06 PM

Would like to see a top-tier WR drop to us in rd 1 but DG likes the mollies.  If it is OL in rd. 1, it needs to be an OT that is an immediate upgrade over Bell.  Bell can move inside.  I just rewatched the 49ers game and our OGs got no push at the goal line.  Wharton made the tackle on Tolbert.

 

Gross will cost more than that.  He is an All-Pro LT.  He will give us a discount ... but I doubt that much.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 11:16 PM

I really have no clue what Bennett's value is but I think we could get him in the ballpark of what is above.

 

Nicks is going to get a decent sized contract. I think around 6 mil per year is likely. 

 

0% chance Bennett signs anywhere for that cheap.




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