13.9 million

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  1. ice

    ice Practice Squad Player

    according to miguel's Page , before Evans, Morris, and Izzo. Do you think that is enough for two more major signings? Possably Stallworth and our own Asante, and then leave enough for Draft signing and injury reserve.
  2. Return of the Nizz

    Return of the Nizz Practice Squad Player

    Any long-term deal for Samuel would lower his cap number not increase it, so yes.
  3. solman

    solman Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    The Patriot's long term cap situation remains very strong.

    BB/SP are not realistically going to be constrained by cap space.

    They are going to be constrained by the availability of players who, over the long haul, can improve the team by more than it costs to acquire them.
  4. skaIownsIyou

    skaIownsIyou On the Game Day Roster

    he is correct if he signs a long term deal he'll get around 3-4 million pending the contract....instead of the 7 mill? for the franchise for cbs? idk...
  5. PATSNUTme

    PATSNUTme Paranoid Homer Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Miguel has added everyone and he shows us $11.88 mil under.

    He didn't add Stallworth who may or may not have signed or could be taking a pen out of his pocket and putting it back. He also didn't add a Randy Moss thread to his pages.
  6. solman

    solman Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    He is also still listing Welker at the 2nd round tender level. I would expect this to increase by $1M+.
  7. ctpatsfan77

    ctpatsfan77 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Since, thank God, his franchise tag salary is already accounted for. :)
  8. Fumblerooski

    Fumblerooski Practice Squad Player

    As an offset, he also has Dillon on there are taking all of his cap hit this year. It can be split between this cap year and next cap year if they want more room this cap year.
  9. Patriot Missile

    Patriot Missile Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    I'd like to see us lock down Warren long term.
  10. SamBamsFan

    SamBamsFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Does that factor in the $6.2m or so that we need to sign our draft picks?
  11. Miguel

    Miguel Patriots Salary Cap Guru PatsFans.com Supporter

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    No. My numbers are of today.

    BTW, there is no way that it wil take $6.2 million to sign the draft picksl
  12. patriotspride

    patriotspride Banned

    wilfork also.i want to see them keep more of there core players .
  13. DaBruinz

    DaBruinz Pats, B's, Sox PatsFans.com Supporter

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    The Pats aren't going to negotiate with Warren until the end of this year, when he has 1 year left on his contract.

    Wilfork won't have his contract extension until the end of 2009.

    That is their modus operendi.
  14. smg93

    smg93 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    How much do you think it would take to sign the draft picks? Is it a lot less than the 6.2 million?
  15. SeanBruschi54

    SeanBruschi54 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Not a ton less but wasnt last years rookie cap needed to be 5 million?
  16. BelichickFan

    BelichickFan B.O. = Fugazi PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Way less.

    Maroney went 21st, his cap hit was $1.2M last year. Worst case, multiply that by two for two first rounders, that's $2.5M. Rookie inflation is easily evened out by 21st vs. 24th and 28th.

    Dave Thomas, 3rd round is our next pick, had a cap hit of $435 - about $150K over the minimum. So every player 3rd round and on you're looking at $100K - $200 over the player he replaces on the roster.

    Say 7 of those for another million, that's $3.5M, there's still a few million left and I believe the scenario for the two #1s was worse than it'll really be.
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2007
  17. Miguel

    Miguel Patriots Salary Cap Guru PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Last year only the prorated portion of the signing bonus for those picked in the 3rd round or later hit the cap when they signed. Last year's draft pick class had a net cap cost of $1.5 million because of the rule of 51.
  18. PatsFanInVa

    PatsFanInVa PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    So really, we're looking at 12-12.5M or so, taking into account for rookie signings, but also taking into account for booting the people replaced by our picks. Sounds like even with the rainy day fund for in-season pickups, we can have a ways to go before being done.
  19. Fencer

    Fencer Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Except for Thomas, I don't see anybody there whose cap hits are terrifically understated or back-end loaded.

    This is a good thing.
  20. Fumblerooski

    Fumblerooski Practice Squad Player

    The top 51 players count toward the cap at this time of year

    Right now the 51st player is Childress at a $366K cap hit
    the 50th is Andrews at $378K
    the 49th is Smith at $384K

    These players are equivalent to what a 4th round pick hits the cap for. As more vets are added (Stallworth, Seau, Brown, etc) the bottom #51 salary goes up.

    There are 4 players already counted toward the cap that probably won't make the final 53 - Mruckowski - $856K, Baker $856K, Jonathan Smith $518K and Kranchick $441K. Those 4 total $2.6 mil in cap hits. If they were replaced by rookies at $285K, that saves @ $1.5 Mil on the cap. That is enough to pay a top rookie so it is a wash. The other first round pick would also for conversation purposes make $1.3 mil (cap hit $1.3 - $384 = $1 mil) and the third rounder come in at @ $150K additional cap hit.

    So, assuming 7 rookies make the 53 (this is too high IMHO, more like 5) the cap hit to sign the rookies is in the $1.5 mil range. Take it to $2 mil to be conservative, which is a far cry from the $6 mil numbers I am seing floating around here for the "rookie pool". The cap hits are different than the "pool" numbers.

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