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    Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    RapSheet Ian R. Rapoport
    As @jeffphowe noted, Patriots WR Chad @ochocinco has restructured his contract through 2013. $1M this year, $3M in '11 and '12

    RapSheet Ian R. Rapoport
    As for Albert Haynesworth, his restructuring pays him $3.6M in '10, $1.5M in 2011 and $6.7M in 2012
     
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    @RapSheet: As @jeffphowe noted, Patriots WR Chad @ochocinco has restructured his contract through 2013. $1M this year, $3M in '11 and '12

    @RapSheet: As for Albert Haynesworth, his restructuring pays him $3.6M in '10, $1.5M in 2011 and $6.7M in 2012
     
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    Re: Haynesworth and Ocho restructure

    Even more cap room. I like it.
     
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    Re: Haynesworth and Ocho restructure

    Yeah, we needed it. After that Ellis signing it was gettin a bit low, like my bank balance.
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    what is our cap space figure now??? Mankins, Albert and Ocho a new deal and 2 restructured contracts. Ocho is making 1 million this season.



    how much $$$ did we free up? Miguel? Anybody?
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    If Matt Roth and his agent would have shut their pieholes, they may have been a part of this bounty.
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    Great news to come home from work to :D
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    Twitter/MikeGiardi

    "Big restructures for Haynesworth & Ocho, but BB circumvented new CBA rules, wisely, by not re-working 'em til after 1st of league yr"
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    Very nice news, indeed!
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    Both contracts are more than reasonable. I love the Pats front office. They are superb at what they do.
     
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    Between the Big Al, Ocho, and Mankins restructure they would have seemed to have freed up alot of money?

    Is there another move to come or is this just a case of book keeping and this money has already been spent on Ellis, Carter, and the like?

    Certainly been a whirlwind few weeks for the front office. Kudos to Floyd Reiss, Caserio, BB and crew.

    I say if there is anything left re-up Welker with it.
     
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    i dont know if i can see haynesworth playing 2012 for 1.5 million if he has a huge year this year.
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    You mean to tell me that AH agreed to play for only 1.5 mill this year?
    Something's wrong with these numbers I think you meant to say 3.6 mil in 2011. But he still agreed to 1.5 mil in 2012? Must be missing some information somewhere.:confused:
     
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    Wow! Floyd Reese is so good that he can actually go back in time and restructure deals for the year before this year.
     
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    Haynesworth:
    2011: $3.6 million base salary
    2012: $1.5 million base salary
    2013: $6.7 million base salary

    Ochocinco:
    2011: $1 million base
    2012: $3 million base
    2013: $3 million base


    Before restructuring Haynesworth was probably going to be just a one-year rental; he was due $30.9 million over the next four seasons. The Pats saved $22.7 million in base money.

    Huge savings, huge positive impact on the cap.
     
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    Re: Chad, Fat Albert restructure contracts -- Chad's here until 2013

    wish I had that guy's agent
     
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    Sounds like they are loving the kool-aid around here. Good stuff.
     
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    per Reiss he's getting 6.7 million in 2012 so basically if he's not an pro-bowler this year he's getting cut. Great move by the Pats
     
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    First off, it's not Reiss, but Mike Rodak who reported it.

    Steve Silva of the Globe is also reporting this. And it contradicts what Ian Rappaport is saying.
     
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