WR FA frenzy per rotoworld

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  1. DonBlackmon55

    DonBlackmon55 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    The 2012 Wide Receiver Market - Offseason Low Down - Rotoworld.com


    Welker gets Franchise tag slapped @ 9.6mill
    Lloyd signs with Pats for 2 yrs/ 15mill
    Stinko to be released by April...says separation skills gone, and mentally unstable. :eek: WTF koolaid was BB drinking trading for this idiot.

    Mike wallace to Ravens, 5yr/47.5mill + 1st round pick

    and drumroll please..........

    R. Moss to Jets for 1 yr/2.5Mill. Should make Santonio Holmes Happy

  2. eom

    eom In the Starting Line-Up

    I'd be surprised if lloyd got 2/15 from the pats
  3. PatriotDynasty_12

    PatriotDynasty_12 On the Game Day Roster

    I'm thinking it would be a 3 year deal in the 15-18 mil range for Lloyd.
  4. Rob0729

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    The Pats typically do three year deals with older players. I can see them paying him $7 million a year or so, but they may push a large chunk of the money into 2014 where the cap should explode along with salaries.

    Now I think the Pats will try to get him for $5-6 milion a year, but I wouldn't be shocked if it was a three year, $21-24 million. I doubt it will be two years though.
  5. ctpatsfan77

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    Unreliable, not unstable. There's a slight difference. ;)
  6. DonBlackmon55

    DonBlackmon55 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    he's not worth 7.5mill/year for sure unless uncle Dan in DC is on crack and willing to hand out another fat bonus laiden contract to Lloyd.

    At 4-5mill, he's worth it to Pats. I can see 3/15, no way 2/15. Maybe 2/10 and team option for 3yr.
  7. Jackson 2

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    The New Jersey State Funny Farm should do wonders for Randy's emotional stability.
  8. supafly

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    Any team that gives up a 1st round pick AND pays 9 1/2 million per year (elite WR money) for Mike Wallace is a complete team of idiots; at least at this juncture in time anyway. Well, maybe not idiots, but they sure would be taking a gamble. In my opinion, the range of 9-10 million per yr should be set aside for the 'elite' and proven WR's of the game. Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson, maybe Andre Johnson..Once you start to give guys like Santonio Holmes and Mike Wallace 10 million per yr you are really screwed cap-wise if that gamble doesn't pay off.

    Believe me, I can see the argument for it...but Wallace still needs to prove himself a lot more to warrant that kind of money.

    I think one of the potential problems in teams trying to get Wallace is the grey area in trying to determine exactly what he's worth.


    1. Young with a potentially high ceiling
    2. Likely the fastest WR in the league
    3. Can stretch the field, run great crossing routes, and make players miss


    1. Has been labled a "one trick pony" by many sources
    2. Has not proven his ability to run all of the routes that would be necessary
    3. Tends to disappear at times, like in the last 8 games of 2011
    4. Questions regarding his utilization in any system without backyard football playing Roethlisberger on the run
    5. Has not proven himself to be a "#1" WR in Pittsburgh, let alone any other team

    That all said, I could imagine some team overpaying for him...sure. We've seen it before plenty of times.

    I can also imagine a lot of coaches and GM's not being able to agree on his compensation at the moment.

    I would think that 5 yrs/40 million would be closer to what he'd get right now.

    Either way, Pittsburgh will have its hands full trying to keep their young core of WR's together. Wallace this yr, Brown and Sanders next yr...no way they can even think about affording all 3. They may not even be able to afford 2 of them.
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2012
  9. andrewgarrr

    andrewgarrr Banned

    1 year @ $2.5 million for Randy Moss...

    LoL! typical Jets
  10. DonBlackmon55

    DonBlackmon55 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    102 mill for a QB

    164 mill tied up for 3 LBs - Harrison, Woodley, Timmons

    No surprise they are in Cap hell ans will have to gut the team and start all over.

    Besides the WR's, their RB Mendenhall is also a FA next year. Steelers are in deep crap upto their eyeballs
  11. eom

    eom In the Starting Line-Up

    mendenhall won't be in a great position next year --- might not be much use, either, after the surgery.
    they've got that young guy I think they drafted last year.
    we'll see what they do about it, maybe draft another, but they need to do something unless this is definitely their guy.
  12. supafly

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    Love it!! I hope now everyone sees how difficult it is to rebuild an aging defense on the fly, while staying not only competitive, but ahead of most other teams in the league. I hope they suffer mediocracy for the next several yrs, and Baltimore takes over the division every season.

    It was amazing how the entire city of Pittsburgh suddenly became Giants fans (even though they couldn't name 5 players on the NYG team) during the game a couple of wks ago.

    Even more amazing was the high percentage that I heard on local radio and (gasp..) facebook declaring how they'd suddenly be "proud to have the Ravens represent the AFC" this year :eek: I didn't see one unbiased opinion on anything relating to the playoffs or the SB, just a bunch of ice-aged morons declaring stupidity.

    Talk about complete shock..I figured they'd root for anyone vs. the Pats unless it came down to the Ravens, however I was very mistaken.

    When the Giants won the game, everyone around here acted like their team had actually accomplished something positive in some way..it was eerie. I've never seen a bigger group of uninformed crybabies in my life, until after the game when their P.O.S. players started talking smack about "Spygate" again.

    My hatred for their team is just as deep as Joker's hatred for the Jets. Hell, it may be more.
  13. supafly

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    You must be referring to the RB that was hurt in the preseason and put on IR before the season started. I think he was a late rd pick, or maybe even undrafted.

    Lord knows that Jonathon Dwyer hasn't exactly worked out for them, and many proclaimed him to be the 'new coming of J.Bettis.'

    They need OL and CB help in my opinion. The first thing I'd do is draft a big road grating OL in April if I were them. They're playing on borrowed time in terms of getting Roethlisberger killled back there.
  14. MP-Logick

    MP-Logick Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    I really think a lot of these numbers for free agents are low, particularly with all the available cap space teams have. Aren't we surprised every offseason with some of the ridiculous contracts handed out?
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2012
  15. DonBlackmon55

    DonBlackmon55 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Watching the Pittsburgh Pirates every summer can have long term impact on brain cell depletion. That, combined with proximity to West Vagina is a deadly combo for Poopsburgh citizenry.
  16. DonBlackmon55

    DonBlackmon55 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Pittsburgh Steelers - Salaries by Year

    The grim reaper shows up in 2013 for Squeelers when Woodley, Timmons, Colon, Taylor salaries jump by 26Mill+ in cap, and Harrison, polamalu, Rapistburger still on the books

    So, they'll have close to 60million tied up in 7 players......Now that's called CAP HELL of the ultimate degree :D
  17. supafly

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    Like every yr, this proposed "cap space" does not clearly equate to the real picture. At all.

    Pioli went on the record today that said that he figures almost 25 million to go towards escalated clauses from 2011 that weren't factored in, based on snaps and performance, and that the 'real' cap was a lot lower that they are working with. Add up another 5-6 million for them to sign rookies, and all of the sudden KC's proposed "50 million" under the cap suddenly becomes about 20 million in all actuality.

    Sure, you are right--there are some teams who have a lot more space than others; and there will always be a team or two who will overpay for an 'average' player. We see it every yr.

    What we also see is a lot of this 'fantasy' talk to mean much of nothing. There are always moves and there is always talk about these big-names every single yr. After all, there is nothing else to talk about right now.

    In relevance to your question, I see guys in this article like V.Jackson getting almost 12 million per yr...that's certainly not considered 'low.' They project Lloyd to get 7 1/2--8 million a yr? LOL!! That's certainly not low either. Marques Colston netting 9 million, moving him into the 'elite' WR category...certainly not low to me. The same goes to Mike Wallace, 9 1/2 million a yr? Are you kidding me? How about Randy Moss netting a 2 1/2 million dollar deal this yr, while most see him signing the vet minimum?

    I'm sure there are some examples of lower figures that caught your eye, but the majority of it seems pretty straight on as to what they'll likely get. If anything I think some of the numbers are actually inflated for sure.
  18. borg

    borg In the Starting Line-Up

    What about a Laurent Robinson?

    2 years/$8 mill according to RotoWorld...4.38 speed....feasted on the Giants, Miami, and Buffalo...When Miles Austin went down, Robinson stepped up and Dallas's offense started clicking....Robinson scored a TD 1 out of every 5 touches.

    I watched him quite a bit this year...kind of a floppy athlete....fast but not much body control....but always seemed wide open..... moderate cost/minimal years....seems like a cost conscious BB signing.
    Looking back on his less than productive career....St Louis and Atlanta....decent rookie season but then disappeared for two injury riddled seasons. Cut twice over the last two years, once due to hamstrings, he finally stuck on Dallas roster the end of September.

    Maybe BB could convince Robinson to come to NE on a "we'll give you some starts-prove yourself" type contract vs Dallas and the "wait for an injury" role. Cheap dollars with upside potential....the guy scored 11 TDs on 54 catches....that can't be dismissed

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    Last edited: Feb 22, 2012
  19. resdubwhite

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    It would actually be funny to see.
  20. patsinthesnow

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    Love it too! :D

    Steelers 2012 Defense:

    DE: Ziggy Hood (age 25)
    NT: Casey Hampton (age 35)
    DE: Brett Keisel (age 33)
    OLB: James Harrison (age 34)
    ILB: James Farrior (age 37)
    ILB: Lawrence Timmons (age 25)
    OLB: Lamarr Woodley (age 27)
    CB: Ike Taylor (age 32)
    CB: Keenan Lewis (age 26)
    FS: Troy Polamalu (age 31)
    SS: Ryan Clark (age 32)

    I'm so sick of Big Ben having his stud defense to carry him. I hope that Denver game is the beginning of the end for that defense, so many old players, and a couple of young ones aren't even good. (Hood, Lewis)

    Pats 2012 Defense:

    DE: Brandon Deaderick (age 25)
    NT: Vince Wilfork (age 30)
    DE: Kyle Love/rookie (age 25)
    OLB: Rob Ninkovich (age 28)
    ILB: Jerod Mayo (age 25)
    ILB: Brandon Spikes (age 25)
    OLB: FA/rookie/Anderson (age 29)
    CB: Dowling/Moore (age 24 and 22)
    CB: Mccourty/Arrington (age 25 and 26)
    SS: Patrick Chung (age 25)
    FS: FA/rookie/Ihedigbo (age 28)

    It's about time for their defense to suck and ours to become great.
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