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I'm guessing they've got $7-8M on the table for Floyd or Ngakoue. Maybe another $5-6M for a training camp cut CB and then ~ $10M for draft picks. Still gives us about $3-5M on the conservative side to float through the year, or roll over to '24. 

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I'm guessing they've got $7-8M on the table for Floyd or Ngakoue. Maybe another $5-6M for a training camp cut CB and then ~ $10M for draft picks. Still gives us about $3-5M on the conservative side to float through the year, or roll over to '24. 

Roll over, need to sign some long term contracts 

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