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$18,013,974 in Dead Money.......$7 million under the cap.

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Posted: 11/9/2012 12:37 PM

$18,013,974 in Dead Money.......$7 million under the cap. 


http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/theda...he-best-val ue/ Great breakdown of cap info. Now that the trade date is over we hopefully do not have to listen to fans wanting us to trade for $12 million WRs............ Trading Marshall and dumping Carey is going to save us a lot of money that we can spend on younger, better players in the future.

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Posted: 11/9/2012 11:00 PM

RE: $18,013,974 in Dead Money.......$7 million under the cap. 


I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.
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Posted: 11/10/2012 9:44 AM

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Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.
Have to agree.  Would rather be paying Marshall 5.5M right now than Fasano 4.37.

Then you have to look at the contracts of people we might be wanting to bring back soon.  How long do you think Wake will be playing for 2M?
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Posted: 11/10/2012 9:45 AM

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I agree with bug, but we do need to find a true #1 type receiver. No more headcases. They seemed to develop good receivers in GB.

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Posted: 11/10/2012 11:10 AM

RE: $18,013,974 in Dead Money.......$7 million under the cap. 



Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.


And he is cancerous to any kind of winning culture you establish for a team.  The guy makes plays but fails when it matters.  In their loss to the Packers he dropped a critical TD catch that could have changed the game.

He's a loser and too strong of a negative personality for a team that's still forming an identity like the Dolphins.  He may work with the Bears because of who they have and Cutler will cater to him.  I still doubt they will ever win the big one with Culter and him.
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Posted: 11/10/2012 11:58 AM

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mlb1399 wrote:
Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.


And he is cancerous to any kind of winning culture you establish for a team.  The guy makes plays but fails when it matters.  In their loss to the Packers he dropped a critical TD catch that could have changed the game.

He's a loser and too strong of a negative personality for a team that's still forming an identity like the Dolphins.  He may work with the Bears because of who they have and Cutler will cater to him.  I still doubt they will ever win the big one with Culter and him.
Woah what is chicago's record right now?? I think this cancerous BS people spew about marshall is overblown, If you actually listen to him speak you can tell he is not a cancer and a pretty intelligent person albeit long winded in his speaking.

I do semi agree that for a rookie QB it is nice to have the freedom to spread the ball around so you may have a valid point in tannenhill is better off without a franchise reciever. At the same time a guy like dalton is did okay with AJ Green

I think with any great reciever your going to have to get him the ball a good amount to keep him happy. Does that mean we should never ever have a great reciever? Because eventually any playmaking reciever we get is going to demand the ball secretly or in the media.
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Posted: 11/10/2012 12:19 PM

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Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.
Have to agree.  Would rather be paying Marshall 5.5M right now than Fasano 4.37.

Then you have to look at the contracts of people we might be wanting to bring back soon.  How long do you think Wake will be playing for 2M?

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Wake signed an extension he will probably retire a phin
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Posted: 11/10/2012 12:43 PM

RE: $18,013,974 in Dead Money.......$7 million under the cap. 



Gonzorot wrote:
mlb1399 wrote:
Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.


And he is cancerous to any kind of winning culture you establish for a team.  The guy makes plays but fails when it matters.  In their loss to the Packers he dropped a critical TD catch that could have changed the game.

He's a loser and too strong of a negative personality for a team that's still forming an identity like the Dolphins.  He may work with the Bears because of who they have and Cutler will cater to him.  I still doubt they will ever win the big one with Culter and him.
Woah what is chicago's record right now?? I think this cancerous BS people spew about marshall is overblown, If you actually listen to him speak you can tell he is not a cancer and a pretty intelligent person albeit long winded in his speaking.

I do semi agree that for a rookie QB it is nice to have the freedom to spread the ball around so you may have a valid point in tannenhill is better off without a franchise reciever. At the same time a guy like dalton is did okay with AJ Green

I think with any great reciever your going to have to get him the ball a good amount to keep him happy. Does that mean we should never ever have a great reciever? Because eventually any playmaking reciever we get is going to demand the ball secretly or in the media.

They're dominating because of their defense.  They take the ball away, they don't give up points and they score TD's.  

He dropped 7 TD passes last year.  That's all I need to know about him.  If he's not getting attention, he will throw a fit and throw everyone under the bus.  No thanks, good bye and good riddance.
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Posted: 12/19/2012 12:23 PM

RE: $18,013,974 in Dead Money.......$7 million under the cap. 



mlb1399 wrote:
Gonzorot wrote:
mlb1399 wrote:
Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I have to disagree about finding someone better than Marshall. The guy is the best receiver in football at the moment. Hopefully the money is well spent.


And he is cancerous to any kind of winning culture you establish for a team.  The guy makes plays but fails when it matters.  In their loss to the Packers he dropped a critical TD catch that could have changed the game.

He's a loser and too strong of a negative personality for a team that's still forming an identity like the Dolphins.  He may work with the Bears because of who they have and Cutler will cater to him.  I still doubt they will ever win the big one with Culter and him.
Woah what is chicago's record right now?? I think this cancerous BS people spew about marshall is overblown, If you actually listen to him speak you can tell he is not a cancer and a pretty intelligent person albeit long winded in his speaking.

I do semi agree that for a rookie QB it is nice to have the freedom to spread the ball around so you may have a valid point in tannenhill is better off without a franchise reciever. At the same time a guy like dalton is did okay with AJ Green

I think with any great reciever your going to have to get him the ball a good amount to keep him happy. Does that mean we should never ever have a great reciever? Because eventually any playmaking reciever we get is going to demand the ball secretly or in the media.

They're dominating because of their defense.  They take the ball away, they don't give up points and they score TD's.  

He dropped 7 TD passes last year.  That's all I need to know about him.  If he's not getting attention, he will throw a fit and throw everyone under the bus.  No thanks, good bye and good riddance.
Marshall has done so much in the last 6 weeks, huh? One player does not a team make...

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