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#30 : July 27, 2007, 02:14:11 PM

We'll need the extra salary cap money when we have to sign the #1 pick in next April's NFL draft.
not very confident going into this season are u?


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#31 : July 27, 2007, 02:15:38 PM

We'll need the extra salary cap money when we have to sign the #1 pick in next April's NFL draft.
not very confident going into this season are u?

I don't know....if he is that confident of where we will finish the bookies need to be afraid....very afraid.


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#32 : July 27, 2007, 02:15:57 PM

Cap $ does not roll over into the next year. Spend it or lose it.


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#33 : July 27, 2007, 02:17:15 PM

Cap $ does not roll over into the next year. Spend it or lose it.



Actually, it's spend it or pocket it


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#34 : July 27, 2007, 02:19:12 PM

Cap $ does not roll over into the next year. Spend it or lose it.



Actually, it's spend it or pocket it

Or pocket it and then spend it.   ;D   I heard Joel had just ordered a new Lazzara:


http://www.lazzarayachts.com/110sc/exteriors.asp




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#35 : July 27, 2007, 02:19:20 PM

Cap $ does not roll over into the next year. Spend it or lose it.

Or rework some contracts so that it does roll over into next year. That seems more sensible to me, especially since next year free agency will be a lot better than it was this year.


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#36 : July 27, 2007, 02:21:08 PM

Cap $ does not roll over into the next year. Spend it or lose it.

Or rework some contracts so that it does roll over into next year. That seems more sensible to me, especially since next year free agency will be a lot better than it was this year.



Let's hope the Bucs do this.  I'd love to see them re-work some contracts and go into 2008 with even more money. 

And just think... if they give BK a new deal, the new whine will be "Why are we re-signing old players?"


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#37 : July 27, 2007, 02:21:52 PM

Exactly. Pay back some of the loyal players who sacrificed and modified their contracts in the years past (Mr Brooks, for one).

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#38 : July 27, 2007, 02:22:55 PM

Exactly. Pay back some of the loyal players who sacrificed and modified their contracts in the years past (Mr Brooks, for one).

ROFLMAO.....you seriously think they will give DB anymore money.


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#39 : July 27, 2007, 02:23:58 PM

Exactly. Pay back some of the loyal players who sacrificed and modified their contracts in the years past (Mr Brooks, for one).

How many more years do you even think the 55 has left in him? I say 2-3 MAX.


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#40 : July 27, 2007, 02:26:20 PM

Exactly. Pay back some of the loyal players who sacrificed and modified their contracts in the years past (Mr Brooks, for one).

How many more years do you even think the 55 has left in him? I say 2-3 MAX.

If he doesn't show he can play at a high level this year, I think he should retire after 07.  If he has a repeat of last season, its time to go.  I love Brooks just as much as the next guy but if he can't play at the level we're used to seeing, its time to move on.


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#41 : July 27, 2007, 02:28:47 PM

If he doesn't show he can play at a high level this year, I think he should retire after 07. If he has a repeat of last season, its time to go. I love Brooks just as much as the next guy but if he can't play at the level we're used to seeing, its time to move on.

Even if he isn't what he was, him leaving is not a good thing until somebody steps up and plays as well as he is now. Cato June, perhaps?

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#42 : July 27, 2007, 02:29:12 PM

I think Tampa fans have such a high standard of Defense that last year made us all cringe. Think about weak defensive teams like Cleveland or Minnesota and how they can expect it. DB will always be a buc but Tampa is known for its D. With the "offensive genius" at the wheel who knows what he is trying to do with the team. Im all for rebuilding the D but next year if the O sucks this year im for another O draft. Hopefully none of this will happen and tampa will have another lombardi in the trophy case.


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#43 : July 27, 2007, 02:32:16 PM

IIRC,

Don't remember the Glazer's not spending.


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#44 : July 27, 2007, 02:33:24 PM

IIRC,

Don't remember the Glazer's not spending.


Exactly!!   We are tight up against the cap every year.  No one could accuse the Glazers of being cheap.

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