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Interactive Salary Cap Page

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Posted: 1/30/2013 1:11 PM

Interactive Salary Cap Page 


very interesting way to present the data for each position, you can view both sides of the ball for any team

http://www.guardian.co.uk/spor...s,new-york-jets


also see there methodology

http://www.guardian.co.uk/spor...plained-2012-13

Last edited 1/30/2013 1:14 PM by MachinaVerde

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Posted: 1/30/2013 1:24 PM

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Thanks for sharing that link, nice.
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Posted: 1/30/2013 2:49 PM

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We are 19 million over the cap.

We are paying Scott/Pace/Tebow - 17 million combined. 

I hope Woody hangs on to Rex next year too as it would take at least 2 years to solve Cap issue and go back to contention, as long as we avoid more Gholstons.

If team is embarrassed next season, then Rex may become sacrificial lamb. 

He could help himself by cutting down on bravado though.
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Posted: 1/30/2013 5:47 PM

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SameOleJetsFan wrote: We are 19 million over the cap.

We are paying Scott/Pace/Tebow - 17 million combined. 

I hope Woody hangs on to Rex next year too as it would take at least 2 years to solve Cap issue and go back to contention, as long as we avoid more Gholstons.

If team is embarrassed next season, then Rex may become sacrificial lamb. 

He could help himself by cutting down on bravado though.
Well...

The source I trust has us at $146,764,382

So then you've got some easy savings coming off that... stuff that is really a "no brainer"

Jason Smith $12MM
Calvin Pace $8.56MM
Bart Scott $7.15MM
Eric Smith $3.0MM
Sione Pouha $3.83MM
Tim Tebow $1.53MM
Aaron Berry $0.65MM

$ 36.72MM Off the total above which puts you at about $110MM.   That's before you even consider any sort of restructuring that can be done with Harris, Cromartie and maybe even Sanchez.

There's an opportunity to restructure Sanchez and guarantee a couple million more of his salary from 2014... he might actually be up for it.  It would give him more security in terms of guaranteed dollar and allow the team to spread the hit on the cap out this year into three years 2013, 2014 & 2015.

(They're locked into keeping him for 2013 anyway.... and if you were to cut him after June 1st 2014, you'd be able to spread whatever renegotiated signing bonus he made over 3 years.)





http://www.nyjetscap.com/salary.html








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Posted: 1/30/2013 6:14 PM

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Saw that elsewhere.  Isn't that cool?
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Posted: 1/30/2013 6:30 PM

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broadwayjoe2 wrote:
SameOleJetsFan wrote: We are 19 million over the cap.

We are paying Scott/Pace/Tebow - 17 million combined. 

I hope Woody hangs on to Rex next year too as it would take at least 2 years to solve Cap issue and go back to contention, as long as we avoid more Gholstons.

If team is embarrassed next season, then Rex may become sacrificial lamb. 

He could help himself by cutting down on bravado though.
Well...

The source I trust has us at $146,764,382

So then you've got some easy savings coming off that... stuff that is really a "no brainer"

Jason Smith $12MM
Calvin Pace $8.56MM
Bart Scott $7.15MM
Eric Smith $3.0MM
Sione Pouha $3.83MM
Tim Tebow $1.53MM
Aaron Berry $0.65MM

$ 36.72MM Off the total above which puts you at about $110MM.   That's before you even consider any sort of restructuring that can be done with Harris, Cromartie and maybe even Sanchez.

There's an opportunity to restructure Sanchez and guarantee a couple million more of his salary from 2014... he might actually be up for it.  It would give him more security in terms of guaranteed dollar and allow the team to spread the hit on the cap out this year into three years 2013, 2014 & 2015.

(They're locked into keeping him for 2013 anyway.... and if you were to cut him after June 1st 2014, you'd be able to spread whatever renegotiated signing bonus he made over 3 years.)





http://www.nyjetscap.com/salary.html


Idk why you'd cut Aaron Berry, seems like the best option for nickel or dime corner next year...definitely better than Ellis Lankster

Otherwise, yes I agree...although I'd try to trade Cromartie instead of restructure and not restructure Sanchez, maybe restructure a guy like Mangold or D'Brick again who are pretty much locks to be here for several more years...Harris is definitely another guy to restructure...and who knows, a possible Revis extension could free up cap space depending on how they structure the deal
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