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1 hour ago, Nick_gb said:

Don't look at the immediate impact of a 2021 trade - look at the contract it would create for a team looking for a QB and how enticing that may be for that team when it comes to trade compensation. That's the part I found most interesting and plausible. Certainly didn't care for the $5 million in savings for next year lol.

You're not losing anything by waiting another year in terms of trade value though.

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7 minutes ago, vegas492 said:

Regarding the cap....isn't there so room with Z's contract?  Like convert salary to signing bonus and spread it out some?  I thought that was kind of an easy contract to do that with.  ...if we are looking at freeing up every dollar that we can.

Like 4 million-ish

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12 hours ago, HeresAGuy said:

I think Seattle is going to break the bank for him.  Way more than we will be willing to pay.  They wanted him bad in that draft.  Nothing more than a hunch, but I think they pounce on him.

I mean, Seattle wanted King so bad that they traded down from 26 and then again at 31? 

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3 hours ago, JBURGE said:

I mean, Seattle wanted King so bad that they traded down from 26 and then again at 31? 

I don't even believe that "want" was actually anything more than people knowing that SEA likes big corners. It was your classic throw **** at a wall and hope it sticks type reporting.

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Good news.

Means Linsley and King are gone though in all likelihood. I can see Jones as 50/50 now. The other problem will come in 21 with Adams. We can't lose him but very wary of paying him what he truly deserves. With two monster contracts in the offense to ageing players, not sure you can give a third one especially given Adams is getting more and more niggly injuries. Might come down to whether we finally get a receiver in the draft.

The Rodgers trade article is pure clickbait nonsense.  Before the season started, the consensus was that there was a reasonable chance Rodgers would never return to elite form and hope Love would be ready earlier than thought. Even considering that people were forecasting 2022 as the change-over.   So now Rodgers is back to elite QB levels and Love is QB3, you are going to bring that forward a year because Rodgers has trade value. Ok then. 

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40 minutes ago, Kepler said:

Sir this is 2020

Lol he said this a couple weeks ago I'm almost positive I made this exact reply

Edit: might not have been the same poster, just assuming

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8 hours ago, vegas492 said:

Regarding the cap....isn't there so room with Z's contract?  Like convert salary to signing bonus and spread it out some?  I thought that was kind of an easy contract to do that with.  ...if we are looking at freeing up every dollar that we can.

In theory, they could do that with a number of players.

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King finally gets over the quad injury and now he has an Achilles issue-  STFU!

He is now know from this point forward as Mr. Glass... I wouldn't sign Mr. Glass to anything other than a vet minimum deal.

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Bakhtiari contract

On phone and can't get the column titles to view as black text.

 

YEAR   AGE BASE SALARY SIGNING ROSTER WORKOUT CAP HIT DEAD CAP YEARLY CASH  
2020 Contract details by year 28 $6,052,941 $9,200,000 $500,000 $500,000 $16,252,941 $64,700,000 $37,052,941($37,052,941)  
2021 Contract details by year 29 $1,075,000 $6,000,000 $11,572,000 $800,000 $19,447,000 $49,447,059 $13,447,000($50,499,941)  
2022 Contract details by year 30 $3,200,000 $6,000,000 $10,000,000 $800,000 $20,000,000 $31,000,000 $14,000,000($64,499,941)  

POTENTIAL OUT: 2023, 3 YR, $64,499,941; $12,000,000 DEAD CAP

2023 Contract details by year 31 $6,700,000 $6,000,000 $10,000,000 $800,000 $23,500,000 $12,000,000 $17,500,000($81,999,941)  
2024 Contract details by year 32 $10,700,000 $6,000,000 $10,000,000 $800,000 $27,500,000 $6,000,000 $21,500,000($103,499,941)

 

MOD EDIT: Fixed it for you.

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58 minutes ago, squire12 said:

Bakhtiari contract

Overall, a pretty healthy contract.  I believe this raised his cap hit from $10.3M this year to $16.3M.  After the 2022 season is really the first time the Packers could get out of the deal, which means they'd have pay him 2 years, $57M if they released him.  He's probably going to be a Packer though the 2023 season.

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2 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

Overall, a pretty healthy contract.  I believe this raised his cap hit from $10.3M this year to $16.3M.  After the 2022 season is really the first time the Packers could get out of the deal, which means they'd have pay him 2 years, $57M if they released him.  He's probably going to be a Packer though the 2023 season.

I think that is accurate.   Puts GB at around $17M over the  reported $175M cap in 2021.

GB going to need to reshuffle some money for 2021

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Just now, squire12 said:

I think that is accurate.   Puts GB at around $17M over the  reported $175M cap in 2021.

GB going to need to reshuffle some money for 2021

They're not going to have a $175M cap, I feel fairly confident on that one.  Probably going to happen similar to what happened in the NBA.

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2 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

They're not going to have a $175M cap, I feel fairly confident on that one.  Probably going to happen similar to what happened in the NBA.

I agree on the 175.  Been saying they will borrow from  future years.  Both sides best interest is a more flat cap for 1-2 years, then a jump back to more normal growth.

Can you elaborate on what the NBA did?

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1 minute ago, squire12 said:

I agree on the 175.  Been saying they will borrow from  future years.  Both sides best interest is a more flat cap for 1-2 years, then a jump back to more normal growth.

Can you elaborate on what the NBA did?

Long story short, they're borrowing money from future years to make up for the lost income this year.  Basically, you'll see the salary cap go up slower than it would otherwise until it pays off the deficit.  They've got the same salary cap as the previous season for the upcoming season.

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