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  • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

    Bad for Chicago. Good for the NFL elite- as I don't see a path where GB actually competes for a SB. Blowing the entire budget on one guy makes it impossible to assemble a total team.
    They’ve restructured a lot of contracts to get under the cap. The NFL makes it pretty easy to continually push money to the future. This coming season was supposed to be cap hell for Green Bay, but that’s been pushed back another 3-4 seasons. Eventually that all comes due, but that’s a problem for future Homer.
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    • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post

      They’ve restructured a lot of contracts to get under the cap. The NFL makes it pretty easy to continually push money to the future. This coming season was supposed to be cap hell for Green Bay, but that’s been pushed back another 3-4 seasons. Eventually that all comes due, but that’s a problem for future Homer.
      There are limits. It's not as if they can go out and get the skilled players which would have pushed them past the one playoff game. It's the same team as it's been for many years, and it's not likely going to change much. Maybe they can convince another receiver to show up- but they need offensive linemen.

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          • Originally posted by missthundercat View Post
            russell wilson to the broncos, pending physical.
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            • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

              Bad for Chicago. Good for the NFL elite- as I don't see a path where GB actually competes for a SB. Blowing the entire budget on one guy makes it impossible to assemble a total team.
              Especially since he cannot win a fucking playoff game. I was ready to move on, certainly after all the woo bull**** and drama this season
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              • GB uses the non-exclusive tag on Devante Adams worth $20.5 mil
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                • Commanders trade for a proven bust at QB.

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                  • Originally posted by French Rage View Post
                    Commanders trade for a proven bust at QB.
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                    • Originally posted by French Rage View Post
                      Commanders trade for a proven bust at QB.
                      They didn't give up much for it- one 3rd round pick in '22 and '23. They exchanged 2nd round picks- which I see as mostly even. The Colts let him go for a lot less than they traded for him.

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                      • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

                        They didn't give up much for it- one 3rd round pick in '22 and '23. They exchanged 2nd round picks- which I see as mostly even. The Colts let him go for a lot less than they traded for him.
                        They get to pay all $28 million this year, so it was cheap in picks.
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                        • Originally posted by bronconick View Post

                          They get to pay all $28 million this year, so it was cheap in picks.
                          Which team? That part of a trade always catches me out... sometimes the old team pays, sometimes the new one does.

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                          • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

                            Which team? That part of a trade always catches me out... sometimes the old team pays, sometimes the new one does.
                            Looks like they're both paying.
                            2022 salary: $24,000,000
                            2022 salary cap hit: $24,000,000 (assumed by Broncos)
                            2022 dead cap: $26,000,000 (assumed by Seahawks)
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                            • Originally posted by SonofSouthie View Post
                              Looks like they're both paying.
                              2022 salary: $24,000,000
                              2022 salary cap hit: $24,000,000 (assumed by Broncos)
                              2022 dead cap: $26,000,000 (assumed by Seahawks)
                              Wrong trade- I'm wondering about Wentz. He got traded for a 2nd round trade swap and 2 3rd round picks (the '23 pick could turn into a 2nd round pick if Carson plays enough). Picks are important, but they are also a gamble. So to get a player for some gambles on people isn't a huge burden on Washington- relative to trading a known person.

                              Edit- just read more about the deal- Wentz may have a "long term contract" from the Eagles- where the money is still in place, but DC can cut or trade him really easily if he does not work out without any penalty on their cap. Given the choices they still have to get a new QB- it's not as if they had a lot of choices. If they really suck this year, they can draft a new one.
                              Last edited by MichVandal; 03-10-2022, 07:27 AM.

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                              • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

                                Wrong trade- I'm wondering about Wentz. He got traded for a 2nd round trade swap and 2 3rd round picks (the '23 pick could turn into a 2nd round pick if Carson plays enough). Picks are important, but they are also a gamble. So to get a player for some gambles on people isn't a huge burden on Washington- relative to trading a known person.

                                Edit- just read more about the deal- Wentz may have a "long term contract" from the Eagles- where the money is still in place, but DC can cut or trade him really easily if he does not work out without any penalty on their cap. Given the choices they still have to get a new QB- it's not as if they had a lot of choices. If they really suck this year, they can draft a new one.
                                D'oh!
                                This site is really good regarding player contracts.

                                https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/washingt...n-wentz-18950/
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