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Palmer is a candidate to be released if he doesn’t reduce salary

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Posted: 01/28/2013 6:58 PM

Palmer is a candidate to be released if he doesn’t reduce salary 


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According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSportsline.com, Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer could become a cap casualty if he chooses not to renegotiate his current contract. Carson signed a six year contract extension through the 2014 season while he was with the Bengals in 2005. In addition to the three years remaining on his existing deal, the value of the extension was worth $118.75 million over nine years. The Raiders inherited the deal when they traded for Palmer in 2011, but Palmer has been average at best and Coach Dennis Allen stated it will be an open quarterback competition with Terrelle Pryor in 2013. However, that’s if Palmer agrees to take a pay cut, or he could choose to be released to find another team to join.

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Posted: 01/29/2013 10:23 AM

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i have it 55-45 for palmer to be cut,hue jackoff (mr mani pedi,backstabber)really screwed the raiders for 3 yrs with this boneheaded trade and i hope he never gets another chance to be a head coach of any team in this league !!!

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Posted: 01/29/2013 1:32 PM

Right, I get it! 


Hue Jackson was a backstabber and Callihan wasn't.eek1
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Posted: 01/29/2013 1:33 PM

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hope Palmer refuses pay cut so Reggie cuts his azz;  Just maybe Palmer will join JaBust to vie for QB position with idiot Rex Ryan and the Jets   eek1
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Posted: 01/29/2013 1:36 PM

Re: Right, I get it! 


yes and no
slvrblckstang wrote: Hue Jackson was a backstabber and Callihan wasn't.eek1

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Posted: 01/29/2013 3:29 PM

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I actually liked Hue as the coach, not the GM but the coach, HATED the trade but lived with it, because I at the time HOPED Palmer would AT LEAST be as good as Campbell.

His numbers were better but he just CAN'T WIN BALL GAMES HE IS A LOSER.

Then Hue bolted to Cinnci the TEAM THAT ROBBED US....Hue is dead to me.

Callahan was a bitch toobiggrin

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Posted: 01/29/2013 5:44 PM

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If Palmer won't deal and is cut look for us to draft a QB or trade for one I am not confident with Pryor and Leinart handling the duties..



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Posted: 01/29/2013 6:46 PM

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IERaiderFan wrote: If Palmer won't deal and is cut look for us to draft a QB or trade for one I am not confident with Pryor and Leinart handling the duties..
Dump Leinart as well.
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Posted: 01/29/2013 7:44 PM

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Leinart is a joke, Raiders need to unload the Heisman Busts
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Posted: 01/29/2013 10:30 PM

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Leinart is a free agent was brought in much like Boller was with Hue as OC because he knew Knapp is playbook and is friends with Carson so could help him pick it up quicker is all .

Now with Olson here is likely we bring in someone from Jags or Tampa days that he coached to a QB spot for us .


That Carson who knows if he will restructure his deal or not ?
I got him as a $7.8 million to free cap space if cut for us .

While still taking on $9 million of dead money too so likely if we cut him will be designated as a June 1st cut to spread the dead money out over the next two seasons for us .
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Posted: 01/30/2013 2:52 AM

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I wonder if they can just make him mad and like the little baby he is he just quits again and they do not have to pay him anythingbiggrin

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Posted: 01/30/2013 8:48 PM

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Ibetonart wrote: I wonder if they can just make him mad and like the little baby he is he just quits again and they do not have to pay him anythingbiggrin
If Carson would retire again then we still would have to pay him his remaining guaranteed signing bonus money which is the $7.8 million . So we don't get out of this without taking a hit on Carson on what ever we choose to do with him this season .
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Posted: 01/31/2013 4:11 AM

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well nascar that sucks man.

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Posted: 01/31/2013 1:05 PM

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slvrblckstang wrote: Hue Jackson was a backstabber and Callihan wasn't.eek1


 Hey what's wrong with Callahan I liked that guy.




 

 

 

 

 

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Posted: 01/31/2013 1:07 PM

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Ibetonart wrote: I wonder if they can just make him mad and like the little baby he is he just quits again and they do not have to pay him anythingbiggrin


 LoL...That would be like a good idea there.




 

 

 

 

 

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Posted: 01/31/2013 3:03 PM

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slvrblckstang wrote: Hue Jackson was a backstabber and Callihan wasn't.eek1
  This ^           Back on the point of the original post, I am guessing that Carson will renegotiate his contract.    He must still love the game, as I'm sure you know, he says he's set for life economically.   It's pretty grueling on the body to play in the NFL, let alone at the qb position, so his passion must still be there.  The loss of Jacoby Ford was a big hit last season, in my opinion.  It would be fun to see Ford, McFadden, and D. Moore all play for a season, maybe next year...noidea banghead
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