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#30 : April 25, 2013, 02:44:14 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?
Rookie contract is one.

Two.. He's a top 5 (4-3) DT.

Those would be my guesses.
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#31 : April 25, 2013, 02:45:24 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?

When his time comes his contract will be worked on.

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#32 : April 25, 2013, 02:49:04 PM

Good thing your opinion  doesn't count! :)  Also, it's like $122M....not $150M.

Dom has proven to be a cap genius. The entire league is copying his methods. You keep on hatin' though.

It's more like $150m when you count cash vs cap.

He took over a team in fantastic cap shape and he tried to blow it all away his first month at the helm. He can thank Vinny Cerrato for still having a job right now.

Remind me again why he restructured Nicks' and Jackson's contracts? He created the possibility of lots of dead money on the back end in exchange for cap room in 2013, but we're $18M under the cap and there's nobody left to command any money. Makes sense.

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#33 : April 25, 2013, 02:51:17 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?
Rookie contract is one.

Two.. He's a top 5 (4-3) DT.

Those would be my guesses.

#2 is debatable. Even if he is it mean anything unless you're putting the QB on the ground, which he doesn't.

If we're talking about over-paying, McCoy is the most overpaid player on the team.

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#34 : April 25, 2013, 02:57:44 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?
Rookie contract is one.

Two.. He's a top 5 (4-3) DT.

Those would be my guesses.
#2 is debatable. Even if he is it mean anything unless you're putting the QB on the ground, which he doesn't.

If we're talking about over-paying, McCoy is the most overpaid player on the team.
Its possible that they needed Cody's 500k to finance the lavish jet rides for the new players in the secondary who are actually going to contribute to our pass defense.

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#35 : April 25, 2013, 03:03:01 PM

Dom has proven to be a cap genius.
Link?

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#36 : April 25, 2013, 03:05:57 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?
Rookie contract is one.

Two.. He's a top 5 (4-3) DT.

Those would be my guesses.
#2 is debatable. Even if he is it mean anything unless you're putting the QB on the ground, which he doesn't.

If we're talking about over-paying, McCoy is the most overpaid player on the team.
Its possible that they needed Cody's 500k to finance the lavish jet rides for the new players in the secondary who are actually going to contribute to our pass defense.

If you're going to take money from players who don't contribute to the pass defense then just take it out of McCoy's salary.

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#37 : April 25, 2013, 03:08:53 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?
Rookie contract is one.

Two.. He's a top 5 (4-3) DT.

Those would be my guesses.
#2 is debatable. Even if he is it mean anything unless you're putting the QB on the ground, which he doesn't.

If we're talking about over-paying, McCoy is the most overpaid player on the team.
Its possible that they needed Cody's 500k to finance the lavish jet rides for the new players in the secondary who are actually going to contribute to our pass defense.

If you're going to take money from players who don't contribute to the pass defense then just take it out of McCoy's salary.
Lol well played sir

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#38 : April 25, 2013, 03:09:36 PM

Why would he continue to overpay for a 3rd string safety?

Why are paying McCoy $11M?
Rookie contract is one.

Two.. He's a top 5 (4-3) DT.

Those would be my guesses.
#2 is debatable. Even if he is it mean anything unless you're putting the QB on the ground, which he doesn't.

If we're talking about over-paying, McCoy is the most overpaid player on the team.
Its possible that they needed Cody's 500k to finance the lavish jet rides for the new players in the secondary who are actually going to contribute to our pass defense.

Anyone who cries over Grimm's contract is an idiot and the reason this country is in the shape it's in. You pay what the guy is worth. You do not pay more than that because he's a nice guy or we like him and we certainly don't pay more because we have the extra.

You're crying that we should just let him have it. Bleeding heart liberal, doesn't work in life and doesn't work in the NFL.

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#39 : April 25, 2013, 03:11:38 PM

Dom has proven to be a cap genius.
Link?

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/04/23/bucs-still-have-17-million-in-cap-space/

We signed a pro bowl S and a pro bowl CB in this offseason and still have plenty of money. No more proof than that is needed.

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#40 : April 25, 2013, 03:13:34 PM

Putting all the guaranteed money up front in the first two years of a deal is just one of the trends that Dom started.

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#41 : April 25, 2013, 03:16:50 PM

Anyone who cries over Grimm's contract is an idiot and the reason this country is in the shape it's in. You pay what the guy is worth. You do not pay more than that because he's a nice guy or we like him and we certainly don't pay more because we have the extra.

You're crying that we should just let him have it. Bleeding heart liberal, doesn't work in life and doesn't work in the NFL.

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2010-2012: 9 sacks, $45M

2013 cap number: $10.9M




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#42 : April 25, 2013, 03:17:04 PM

Putting all the guaranteed money up front in the first two years of a deal is just one of the trends that Dom started.

How about giving VJ and Nicks Roster bonus' at the end of this year and lowering their salary next year to peanuts?

Yup, he's an idiot alright.

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#43 : April 25, 2013, 03:17:48 PM

Putting all the guaranteed money up front in the first two years of a deal is just one of the trends that Dom started.

I still haven't heard a reasoning from anyone as to why he re-did the Nicks and Jackson contracts.

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#44 : April 25, 2013, 03:20:21 PM

Putting all the guaranteed money up front in the first two years of a deal is just one of the trends that Dom started.

How about giving VJ and Nicks Roster bonus' at the end of this year and lowering their salary next year to peanuts?

Yup, he's an idiot alright.

Good lord.

Jackson's cap hit next year is $12.4M, Nicks' is $9.4M
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