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Posted 29 Sep 2014
Quote@RapSheet: Odd to see #Chiefs QB Alex Smith go after Darrelle Revis on his first pass. There used to be a lot more fear. Just strange to see
Posted 29 Sep 2014I would be more interested in seeing what his stregth and conditioning program looks like. When he is healthy he does fine.
Fire Justus Galac, Aaron McLaurin, and Jason Oszvart?
Posted 29 Sep 2014As painful as it is, you don't pull the plug on a guy drafted in #9 overall last year. Just have to hope he shakes the injury bug somehow and pans out.
Posted 27 Sep 2014For the cap space to be carried over:
QuoteUnder Article 13, Section 6(b)(v) of the CBA, each team may carry over any remaining cap room from one year to the next by submitting written notice, signed by the owner of the team, to the league office no later than 14 days before the start of the next league year. The written notice must indicate the maximum amount of cap room that the team wishes to shift from one cap year to the next.
Based on this, Idzik has already informed the league how much of the $22.5M is being carried over to next year.
As for the 89% rule:
QuoteIn other words: the Bucs will not be penalized in any way, shape or form if they do not spend this season. They may be penalized if they have not spent 89% of the salary cap in cash over that four-year period, but that's a significantly weaker requirement. They won't have to break that 89% threshold in every season, they'll just have to make up the average at the end. This may seem like a minor distinction, but it is extremely relevant. In practice, if the Bucs would have been forced to spend at least 89% of the cap in cash every season, they would likely have been between 90 and 95% of the cap in cash spending in every season. Instead, they can now sit back and spend much less in several years, while neatly making up the difference in later seasons.
Jets need to spend a cumulative 89% of the cap space from 2013 to 2016.
Posted 15 Sep 2014
NYJetsFan sucks as Survival Football. Week 2 and everyone has a strike already.
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