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Whats up with all these new posters with new threads that are hard to read?

Also, if you cut Ian and Grier you only save 700k combined....  you would spend more replacing them than you would just keeping them for depth....

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18 minutes ago, TheCasillas said:

Whats up with all these new posters with new threads that are hard to read?

Also, if you cut Ian and Grier you only save 700k combined....  you would spend more replacing them than you would just keeping them for depth....

Math-wise, yeah, that is true. But they fill up two roster spots for no real value. Grier hasn't actually had to wear cleats on game day for some time and Thomas played like he still had his slippers on as well.

It may cost more money to replace them, but two guys who are willing and able to be on special teams could use their spots. Let 'em roll and find new homes, bring in some UDFA for their spots. 

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9 hours ago, TheCasillas said:

Whats up with all these new posters with new threads that are hard to read?

Also, if you cut Ian and Grier you only save 700k combined....  you would spend more replacing them than you would just keeping them for depth....

I don't know where your getting your facts because if the team releases Ian Thomas it would save the team $2,183,000 cap space! Ian has had a chance to prove himself and he's failed many times!

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Just now, razorwolf said:

I don't know where your getting your facts because if the team releases Ian Thomas it would save the team $2,183,000 cap space! Ian has had a chance to prove himself and he's failed many times!

And if they release Will Grier post-June 1st would save the team $850,000 cap savings!

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The Ian Thomas experiment appears to be over. There was a huge opportunity awaiting the tight end in 2020 after the Carolina Panthers decided not to bring back prolific veteran Greg Olsen. But the simple fact of the matter is he didn’t get the opportunities or show enough to be considered a viable long-term option. By catcave.com

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1 hour ago, Jared Patterson said:

Cut Burris

Even though cutting Burris would save $3.8M but also it would carry $1,050,000 Dead Money! IMO I would hold onto him until we find more depth in the Safety position. 

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9 hours ago, razorwolf said:

I don't know where your getting your facts because if the team releases Ian Thomas it would save the team $2,183,000 cap space! Ian has had a chance to prove himself and he's failed many times!

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