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MattMeyerBud
04-08-2009, 05:44 PM
So the rumor is he wants Fitz money and at first that sounds ridiculous but then think about it a little bit. 10 mil a year average is what Fitz makes...

Plax after all of this in the new contract was offered 7 mil a year average

we just signed Canty to 7 mil a year average

so would something 8.5 to 9 mil a year really be totally unacceptable?

AND would that be close enough braylon?

slipknottin
04-08-2009, 05:46 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.

SIMMS5611
04-08-2009, 05:47 PM
They could sign ME for 1/5 of that....granted, I suck, but think of the money they'd save...

LT= Lawrence Taylor
04-08-2009, 05:48 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.

Yeah I agree

BJacobs27
04-08-2009, 05:51 PM
If he wants out of Cleveland, he'll take 7 mill a year with big ole guarantee.

J-GuN24
04-08-2009, 05:51 PM
If he wants out of Cleveland, he'll take 7 mill a year with big ole guarantee.</P>


Word up</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-08-2009, 05:53 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got.* Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.

i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out...

if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing

BJacobs27
04-08-2009, 05:53 PM
If he wants out of Cleveland, he'll take 7 mill a year with big ole guarantee.</P>


Word up</P>

He's just coming out of his rookie contract (next year its up)... How much guaranteed did he get as the, what 3rd overall pick?

BJacobs27
04-08-2009, 05:54 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got.* Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.

i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out...

if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing

Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends.

MattMeyerBud
04-08-2009, 05:56 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got.* Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.

i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out...

if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing

Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends.

yea but the goal would also to be get value for him in those later years of a 6-7 year deal with an extension that also wouldn't cause friction

Odan
04-08-2009, 05:58 PM
Think about it, he's the only true number one actually being shopped right now. Braylon and his agent know that. They'll shoot high, but I can see the price coming down to around 7 mil. It will if he wants out. I can't see anyone in there right mind giving him Fitz type cash.

bansaw
04-08-2009, 06:00 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.

i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out...

if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing

Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends.

yea but the goal would also to be get value for him in those later years of a 6-7 year deal with an extension that also wouldn't cause frictionlol 10 years...this isn't the lolYankees...

5 years $43 million with 17 guaranteed

Morehead State
04-08-2009, 06:00 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger. i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out... if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends. yea but the goal would also to be get value for him in those later years of a 6-7 year deal with an extension that also wouldn't cause friction</P>


I don't think Plaxico was going to make that much. Wasn't his contract front loaded to last season? I believe he got 11MM last year. I thought he was looking to make something like 4.5MM this year.</P>


Braylon is too unproven for 9MM/yr. Plus I don't think a run first team should be committing that much to one WR. Do you?</P>

bansaw
04-08-2009, 06:02 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger. i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out... if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends. yea but the goal would also to be get value for him in those later years of a 6-7 year deal with an extension that also wouldn't cause friction</p>


I don't think Plaxico was going to make that much. Wasn't his contract front loaded to last season? I believe he got 11MM last year. I thought he was looking to make something like 4.5MM this year.</p>


Braylon is too unproven for 9MM/yr. Plus I don't think a run first team should be committing that much to one WR. Do you?</p>Plax was 8.5 this year ...

Morehead State
04-08-2009, 06:08 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger. i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out... if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends. yea but the goal would also to be get value for him in those later years of a 6-7 year deal with an extension that also wouldn't cause friction</P>


I don't think Plaxico was going to make that much. Wasn't his contract front loaded to last season? I believe he got 11MM last year. I thought he was looking to make something like 4.5MM this year.</P>


Braylon is too unproven for 9MM/yr. Plus I don't think a run first team should be committing that much to one WR. Do you?</P>


Plax was 8.5 this year ...
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I just looked it up. It looks like its 5MM plus a 3.5MM roster bonus. If I'm not mistaken the Giants could have opted out of that roster bonus after the season.</P>


So it seems to me that the only commitment for this season would have been 5MM.</P>

GiantsWinAlltime
04-08-2009, 06:23 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger.I think you are right. Also if the Giantsdo give him the ten mil a year, there will be less guarantee money.

bansaw
04-08-2009, 06:26 PM
I really cant see braylon getting more than what plax got. Perhaps more guaranteed money, as he is younger. i could cuz we are talking about a 6 years worth of difference in whcih 6 years from now it won't be like hes over the hill and we can just cut his last years out... if we get braylon its for the long hall... hopfully a 10 year career type thing Although I think 10 years would be easier on our cap now, it'd probably be backloaded too. I see more of a 6 or 7 year deal so he's like 32 when it ends. yea but the goal would also to be get value for him in those later years of a 6-7 year deal with an extension that also wouldn't cause friction</p>


I don't think Plaxico was going to make that much. Wasn't his contract front loaded to last season? I believe he got 11MM last year. I thought he was looking to make something like 4.5MM this year.</p>


Braylon is too unproven for 9MM/yr. Plus I don't think a run first team should be committing that much to one WR. Do you?</p>


Plax was 8.5 this year ...
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I just looked it up. It looks like its 5MM plus a 3.5MM roster bonus. If I'm not mistaken the Giants could have opted out of that roster bonus after the season.</p>


So it seems to me that the only commitment for this season would have been 5MM.</p>don't understand...if he played the year he'd get the roster bonus. All moot now anyways, but showed we could afford 8.5 for a #1 WR

EAGLEHATER92
04-08-2009, 06:30 PM
8.5 million would seem cheap if he gave us solid numbers with no distractions

TuckYou
04-08-2009, 06:48 PM
Id ONLY do it for an INCENTIVE LACED CONTRACT! And it would have be through out the contract, not just one year. More playoff wins, more money he gets. More TDs, Yards, Games Played, ect. , the more he gets paid. Otherwise, fahgedaboudit

Die-Hard
04-08-2009, 07:05 PM
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