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2 hours ago, Matts4313 said:

Cooper

Gallup

Zeke

Conner Williams

Jaylon

DLaw

 

Obvi wouldnt trade both WR's, but I would listen to offers.

Alright. Put all of the above on the block.

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3 hours ago, D82 said:

I'd forgotten all about him TBH.

re Jackson....it looks like his biggest issue has been penalties and scheme fit. Jackson played mostly zone at Iowa and Pettine stressed press coverage. His rookie season (best season) was with Whitt as his position coach fwiw.
I think we could do a lot worse and he’ll fit nicely in DQ’s scheme. That said, a 7th is as high as my offer would be.

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13 hours ago, WizardHawk said:
 

re Jackson....it looks like his biggest issue has been penalties and scheme fit. Jackson played mostly zone at Iowa and Pettine stressed press coverage. His rookie season (best season) was with Whitt as his position coach fwiw.
I think we could do a lot worse and he’ll fit nicely in DQ’s scheme. That said, a 7th is as high as my offer would be.

Is an offer for Jackson something we want to consider? 

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I am okay with almost everyone on the "block", but have concerns about the value we can get from Gallup. I don't think we can come close to replacing him for what we can get back from him. As far as Dak is concerned, the 10yr 400 works great though I think we might have to go closer to 10-420 with superbowl bonus money included.  That will give three years of "cheap" to get the salary cap reset upward. 

I really really want to shop "cooper" and "zeke" hard.. would trade them in a heart beat coop 3rd Zeke 4th if they take all the money.  I might hesitate on Conner until we get solid word back on our 3 injured OL. 

IS our number really 45, I thought it was closer to 25.

as far as Jackson goes... if he struggles with man to man he might have problems with us. Just how good is Diggs at zone, I have zero problem with dumping Brown and Lewis but can Awuze play zone.   Adding more then 2 CB's with all the other holes might be too much to ask. 

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5 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

We should look at John Ross or another speedster to fulfil that Tavon Austin role. Someone thats a cheap gadget return man.

Ross isn't really good though.

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4 minutes ago, D82 said:

Ross isn't really good though.

Which is why he should get him. He wont cost anything of value. 

Also, he is more injury prone and had bad QB play than full on absolutely terrible. Tavon sucked at several of his stops, but he was okayish with us. Im talking like swap our early 7th for a comp pick 7th, not giving away real assets. 

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Ello gents.    How may I be of service?     

Want help adding players to the block?

Or want help with, kind of,  a general way to tinker on the FA Bids,  Extensions/Restructures?

 

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7 minutes ago, samsel23 said:

Ello gents.    How may I be of service?     

Want help adding players to the block?

Or want help with, kind of,  a general way to tinker on the FA Bids,  Extensions/Restructures?

 

Yeah, we dont know what the hell we are doing. Anything you tell us will help. 

@D82 => we got a nibble from the Falcons on Conner Williams. Perhaps we can get one of Quinns old defensive guys that didnt actually suck. 

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1 minute ago, whodatOL said:

Currently have Allen Bailey (late rounder) and Ricardo Allen (mid-late rounder) on the block. With a good offer I might think about moving Tyeler Davison, Kendall Sheffield or Isaiah Oliver.

^^^^ I dont know anything about these dudes. I dont watch the Falcons. Any feedback?

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So in your main workbook.     For placing a guy on the block,   Scroll over to the "Team Trade Block Player".   This is your Roster Book,     not Transaction.

Just select the Yellow'd drop down box,   if you want to put comp you usually get more hits.

0876 - Eric Fisher - LT KC 0876 Eric Fisher LT 8 87.5% $1,080,000 $11,250,000   $3,181,668 $500,000 $250,000 $15,181,668 1yr / $15,181,668 $13,663,501 $3,955,811 5   $12,000,000 5th Round
1831 - Mitchell Schwartz - RT KC 1831 Mitchell Schwartz RT 9 79.7% $1,080,000 $5,905,000   $3,750,000 $250,000 $100,000 $10,005,000 1yr / $10,005,000 $9,004,500 $2,422,462 4   $6,255,000 4th Round
0160 - Armani Watts - S KC 0160 Armani Watts S 3 40.7% $920,000 $920,000   $158,058 $0 $10,000 $1,088,058 1yr / $1,088,058 $979,252 $220,489 3   $930,000 Depth Player

 

 

If you scroll over a couple sheets,    you can view the "League Trade Block".    There you can see any player a team is attempting to trade,   and yours should also be showing to you if done correctly.

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Extensions.   The main(only fields you need to worry about are the Blue Fields);

Enter Signing Bonus Amount  
Select Contract Length  

 

Base Salary Base Gtd. Signing Bonus Roster Bonus Workout Bonus
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

If you need help building the contracts,  check out this tab;   It will tell you how Low,  High  each years salary can be.   All based off your year 1/year 2 Salaries.

 

I'll show you an example of Tyreek Hill in a bit.

 

 

 

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The Blue are your Fields,   The Green are the requires.    (so we meet the yearly and SB demands in this section)

2423 - Tyreek Hill - WR
Enter Signing Bonus Amount $27,000,000
Select Contract Length 5
   
Player's Contract Terms  
Min APY Value $18,911,551
Min SB Value $26,759,845
Contract Length 5

 

Again.   The Blue are your fields (you can play with these however you like).     The Yellow to the Right will show you how Low/High each years Cap Number can be,  all will be based off the previous years Cap Hit).

Year Status Pos. Sort Player Identifier NFL Team 4 Digit ID Player Name Pos Exp Grade Vet. Min. Base Salary Base Gtd. Signing Bonus Roster Bonus Workout Bonus Cap Number Contract Terms   Subsequent Contract Structure Ruling
2021 Active D 2423 - Tyreek Hill - WR KC 2423 Tyreek Hill WR 5 98.6% $990,000 $3,500,000   $8,050,000   $250,000 $11,800,000 5 yr / $94,800,000   Within Limits Low High
2022 Active D 2423 - Tyreek Hill - WR KC 2423 Tyreek Hill WR 6 98.6% $1,040,000 $9,700,000   $8,050,000   $250,000 $18,000,000     YES -$4,720,000 $28,320,000
2023 Active D 2423 - Tyreek Hill - WR KC 2423 Tyreek Hill WR 7 98.6% $1,170,000 $12,350,000   $5,400,000   $250,000 $18,000,000     YES $12,600,000 $23,400,000
2024 Active D 2423 - Tyreek Hill - WR KC 2423 Tyreek Hill WR 8 98.6% $1,210,000 $17,350,000   $5,400,000   $250,000 $23,000,000     YES $12,600,000 $23,400,000
2025 Active D 2423 - Tyreek Hill - WR KC 2423 Tyreek Hill WR 9 98.6% $1,260,000 $18,350,000   $5,400,000   $250,000 $24,000,000     YES $16,100,000 $29,900,000

 

 

All your FA contracts and Extensions will follow this same general guidelines.  Hopefully that helps.    

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