Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Next year Salary cap...

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Next year Salary cap...

    This year we are at about $118,357,838 that's $5,310,832 under the cap.

    With all the free agents we have next year (we have a lot) our cap is going to be around $81,472,660 that will give us around $38,527,340 in cap space.

    Can someone confirm this??

    If that's correct we have the money to sign TT, Super Mario, Ross and give Osi, Tuck, JPP and VC a new deal. Plus sign a big free agent.

    What you think??

  • #2
    Re: Next year Salary cap...

    Good news, However if next year we have our original players approximately 15 with ( 2) superbowl rings along with this years team; how if any will that effect budget?

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: Next year Salary cap...

      [quote user="dan1552"]Good news, However if next year we have our original players approximately 15 with (* 2) superbowl rings* along with this years team; how if any will that effect budget?
      [/quote]

      Got a point, some of our free agents will ask for big bucks then. I dunno how it's gonna happen or if we that much cap space. That's an estimate. I wish someone can actually get the real number for us.

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: Next year Salary cap...

        [quote user="SkippyNyG87"]This year we are at about $118,357,838 that's $5,310,832 under the cap.

        With all the free agents we have next year (we have a lot) our cap is going to be around $81,472,660 that will give us around $38,527,340 in cap space.

        Can someone confirm this??

        If that's correct we have the money to sign TT, Super Mario, Ross and give Osi, Tuck, JPP and VC a new deal. Plus sign a big free agent.

        What you think??[/quote] I'd let Ross walk as thats why u draft guys like Prince Amukumura to begin with and re-sign TT to a not to rich deal as we don't know how he'll return yet.. As far as Super mario I'd probably let him Walk as well as u see some of the ridiculous contracts Wr's get when there FA's and alot of times you can find that production but simply doing your research and drafting well or if your lucky getting a guy like Cruz as a UDF.. I woulden't go crazy on mario as he would be our 3rd WR and u can't afford to give 3rd WR's the kinda doe i think teams will probably offer mario.. A team like Jacksonville or Clevland or St louis will probably pony up big Doe for mario

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: Next year Salary cap...

          Shamelessly stealing this from another thread:

          Those guys are unrestricted free agents:
          Mario Manningham
          Kareem McKenzie
          Jonathan Goff
          Aaron Ross
          Terrell Thomas
          Rocky Bernard
          Deon Grant
          Dave Tollefson

          MM - The money he will want isn't worth being the #3. Ashame since on certain days he can be a good #2 or even a #1. Not the smartest dude but I wish him luck.

          Kmac - Thanks for the service throughout the years big man but it's Brewer's time to shine next year.

          Goff - Probably. He was looking pretty good in training camp before the injury. I'll be surprised if he's on other teams' radars at the moment.

          Ross - Either him or TT. This GB game and whatever else comes will play a huge factor into his future here or elsewhere.

          TT - See above. I think we sign one of them and let the other go.

          Bernard - They felt pretty damn good about Austin before he got hurt and who knows if they have a DT in their sights. I'd say most likely not since he's overpaid.

          Deon - He's regressed from last year even though I like him as a person. Probably another walker.

          Tolly - I think we resign him too. There might be interest from other teams but I think most FO's recognize he would be an average starter at best and not worth a big contract.

          This isn't even getting into possible cuts. Diehl, Beckum, Sintim, etc.

          or trade scenarios like with Osi.

          I think we're in store for lots of change on the roster this upcoming season.

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: Next year Salary cap...



            [quote user="TheEnigma"]Shamelessly stealing this from another thread: Those guys are unrestricted free agents: Mario Manningham Kareem McKenzie Jonathan Goff Aaron Ross Terrell Thomas Rocky Bernard Deon Grant Dave Tollefson MM - The money he will want isn't worth being the #3. Ashame since on certain days he can be a good #2 or even a #1. Not the smartest dude but I wish him luck. Kmac - Thanks for the service throughout the years big man but it's Brewer's time to shine next year. Goff - Probably. He was looking pretty good in training camp before the injury. I'll be surprised if he's on other teams' radars at the moment. Ross - Either him or TT. This GB game and whatever else comes will play a huge factor into his future here or elsewhere. TT - See above. I think we sign one of them and let the other go. Bernard - They felt pretty damn good about Austin before he got hurt and who knows if they have a DT in their sights. I'd say most likely not since he's overpaid. Deon - He's regressed from last year even though I like him as a person. Probably another walker. Tolly - I think we resign him too. There might be interest from other teams but I think most FO's recognize he would be an average starter at best and not worth a big contract. This isn't even getting into possible cuts. Diehl, Beckum, Sintim, etc. or trade scenarios like with Osi. I think we're in store for lots of change on the roster this upcoming season.[/quote]If we are not changing we are going backwards.




            I agree with all of your comments. I believe that Goff is a value play. If someone likes him, let him walk he's not that good. If we can get him in the right pricing slot then re-sign him. Same is true with MM only it's more likely that someone will give him #1 money which will not work for us. We won't know how to play the TT and AR thing until we know more about TT's progress in rehabbing that knee. Either one of them however shouldn't break the bank.

            No one remembers who came in second.

            Comment


            • #7
              Re: Next year Salary cap...

              [quote user="TheEnigma"]Shamelessly stealing this from another thread:

              Those guys are unrestricted free agents:
              Mario Manningham
              Kareem McKenzie
              Jonathan Goff
              Aaron Ross
              Terrell Thomas
              Rocky Bernard
              Deon Grant
              Dave Tollefson

              MM - The money he will want isn't worth being the #3. Ashame since on certain days he can be a good #2 or even a #1. Not the smartest dude but I wish him luck.

              Kmac - Thanks for the service throughout the years big man but it's Brewer's time to shine next year.

              Goff - Probably. He was looking pretty good in training camp before the injury. I'll be surprised if he's on other teams' radars at the moment.

              Ross - Either him or TT. This GB game and whatever else comes will play a huge factor into his future here or elsewhere.

              TT - See above. I think we sign one of them and let the other go.

              Bernard - They felt pretty damn good about Austin before he got hurt and who knows if they have a DT in their sights. I'd say most likely not since he's overpaid.

              Deon - He's regressed from last year even though I like him as a person. Probably another walker.

              Tolly - I think we resign him too. There might be interest from other teams but I think most FO's recognize he would be an average starter at best and not worth a big contract.

              This isn't even getting into possible cuts. Diehl, Beckum, Sintim, etc.

              or trade scenarios like with Osi.

              I think we're in store for lots of change on the roster this upcoming season.[/quote]

              No need for me to say much more... this pretty much says it all
              My goal had been to win a championship, work toward the Hall of Fame, have my jersey retired by the team and I`d go in as a lifelong New York Giant, but I`m now resigned to the fact that this won`t happen. -- Michael Strahan, just when you think you're down...

              Comment


              • #8
                Re: Next year Salary cap...

                I want to keep Ross. He has been solid for most of the year, and thinking about having to face Brees and Rodgers in the playoffs for the foreseeable future I kind of what that type of talent level in our 4th CB. I don't know much about Coe, Witherspoon or Bruce Johnson, I mean if one of them can out perform Ross than by all means let him walk, but I don't think any of them can.

                Comment


                • #9
                  Re: Next year Salary cap...

                  We should be around 4 mil in cap space at the moment. That original estimation is a bit dated as it came after Deon Grant and Chase Blackburn resigning.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Re: Next year Salary cap...

                    Thanks for the input guys. I think we are gonna be good next year. We will have the money to sign who we want and fix some contracts. Eli, Rolle and Canty def need to fix their contracts. All tho Eli is ELI'te he is making lots of money and should think bout making this team better. He ain't gonna starve giving up 2 or 3 mill.

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Re: Next year Salary cap...

                      C'mon man! It all depends what happens from here out. We win the SB, our free agents are gold! They will be picked up by other teams for far more than they are worth. In other words, wait and see.
                      Do not feed the trolls.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Re: Next year Salary cap...

                        January 4, 2012

                        * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 2011 * * * *2012 * * * * 2013
                        Quarterbacks:
                        Eli Manning * * * *8,500,000 10,750,000 13,000,000
                        David Carr * * * *810,000

                        Halfbacks:
                        Ahmad Bradshaw 1,500,000 3,000,000 3,750,000
                        Brandon Jacobs 2,900,000 4,400,000
                        D.J. Ware. * * * * * 685,000 * * * *650,000
                        Da’Rel Scott * * * * 375,000 * * * *465,000 * * * *550,000
                        Andre Brown * * * * 96,900

                        Fullbacks:
                        Henry Hynoski * * * * 375,000 * * * * 465,000 * * * *550,000

                        Wide Receivers:
                        Hakeem Nicks * * * * *575,000 * * * * *750,000 * * * * 925,000
                        Mario Manningham *1,400,000
                        Victor Cruz * * * * * 450,000 490,000
                        Ramses Barden * 525,000 565,000
                        Devin Thomas * * * * * 600,000
                        Jerrel Jernigan * * * * * 375,000 *465,000 * * * * *555,000
                        Dan DePalma * * * * * 96,900
                        Isaiah Stanback * 96,900
                        Domenik Hixon * 600,000
                        Michael Clayton * 810,000

                        Tight Ends/H-Backs:
                        Jake Ballard * * * * * *450,000
                        Travis Beckum * * * * * *525,000 * *565,000
                        Bear Pascoe * * * * * *525,000
                        Christian Hopkins * *96,900

                        Offensive Linemen:
                        Kareem McKenzie * *4,300,000
                        David Diehl * * * * * *4,000,000 * *3,825,000 * 4,100,000
                        James Brewer * * * * * * *375,000 * * 465,000 * * 555,000
                        Tony Ugoh. 685,000
                        Selvish Capers * * * 96,900
                        Chris Snee * * * * * * * 950,000 * * 5,700,000 * *6,450,000
                        Kevin Boothe * * * * * * * *1,000,000 * * 1,500,000
                        Mitch Petrus * * * * * * * *450,000 * * *490,000 * * *575,000
                        David Baas * * * * * * * * 1,000,000 3,000,000 4,250,000
                        Jim Cordle 375,000 465,000
                        William Beatty 525,000 565,000
                        Stacy Andrews 810,000

                        Defensive Linemen:
                        Justin Tuck 3,450,000 3,200,000 4,000,000
                        Osi Umenyiora 3,125,000 3,975,000
                        Jason Pierre-Paul 475,000 825,00 1,175,000
                        Dave Tollefson 685,000
                        Justin Trattou 375,000 465,000
                        Chris Canty 5,250,000 6,000,000 6,250,000
                        Linval Joseph 450,000 490,000 575,000
                        Rocky Bernard 810,000
                        Jimmy Kennedy 810,000
                        Dwayne Hendricks 96,900
                        Marvin Austin 375,000 546,627 668,254
                        Martin Parker 375,000 465,000 555,000

                        Linebackers:
                        Mathias Kiwanuka 1,750,000 4,000,000
                        Michael Boley 3,500,000 4,000,000 4,250,000
                        Greg Jones 375,000 465,000 555,000
                        Jacquian Williams 375,000 465,000. 555,000
                        Mark Herzlich 375,000 465,000 555,000
                        Spencer Paysinger 375,000 465,000. 555,000
                        Chase Blackburn 685,000
                        Adrian Tracy 96,900
                        Jonathan Goff 600,000
                        Clint Sintim 525,000 565,000

                        Defensive Backs.
                        Corey Webster 5,000,000 6,500,000 7,000,000
                        Aaron Ross 1,274,000
                        Prince Amukamara 375,000. 746,859 1,118,718
                        Will Blackmon 685,000
                        Brandon Bing 96,900
                        Terrell Thomas 600,000
                        Justin Tryon. 600,000
                        Bruce Johnson 525,000
                        Brian Witherspoon 525,000 565,000
                        Michael Coe 600,000
                        Kenny Phillips 722,500 880,000
                        Antrel Rolle 1,250,000 6,750,000 7,000,000
                        Deon Grant 910,000
                        Tyler Sash 375,000 465,000 555,000
                        Derrick Martin 685,000
                        Chad Jones 405,000 490,000. 575,000

                        Kickers and Snappers:
                        Steve Weatherford 700,000
                        Lawrence Tynes 1,200,000 1,300,000
                        Zak DeOssie 736,000 874,000

                        Sorry it's a little sloppy. Did this on my iPhone.

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Re: Next year Salary cap...



                          [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="SkippyNyG87"]This year we are at about $118,357,838 that's $5,310,832 under the cap. With all the free agents we have next year (we have a lot) our cap is going to be around $81,472,660 that will give us around $38,527,340 in cap space. Can someone confirm this?? If that's correct we have the money to sign TT, Super Mario, Ross and give Osi, Tuck, JPP and VC a new deal. Plus sign a big free agent. What you think??[/quote] I'd let Ross walk as thats why u draft guys like Prince Amukumura to begin with and re-sign TT to a not to rich deal as we don't know how he'll return yet.. As far as Super mario I'd probably let him Walk as well as u see some of the ridiculous contracts Wr's get when there FA's and alot of times you can find that production but simply doing your research and drafting well or if your lucky getting a guy like Cruz as a UDF.. I woulden't go crazy on mario as he would be our 3rd WR and u can't afford to give 3rd WR's the kinda doe i think teams will probably offer mario.. A team like Jacksonville or Clevland or St louis will probably pony up big Doe for mario[/quote]




                          if they pull through and win it this season. they should all suck it up and resign where the giants can afford them all so they can make a run at a repeat. has not been done in a long time.




                          Recent players has proved that the grass is not always greener when they went for more money instead of staying with us.

                          Football has been very, very good to us.
                          After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
                          But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

                          # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

                          1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
                          2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
                          3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
                          4-New York Giants!!!
                          5-NE
                          Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

                          ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Re: Next year Salary cap...



                            [quote user="TheEnigma"]Shamelessly stealing this from another thread: Those guys are unrestricted free agents: Mario Manningham Kareem McKenzie Jonathan Goff Aaron Ross Terrell Thomas Rocky Bernard Deon Grant Dave Tollefson MM - The money he will want isn't worth being the #3. Ashame since on certain days he can be a good #2 or even a #1. Not the smartest dude but I wish him luck. Kmac - Thanks for the service throughout the years big man but it's Brewer's time to shine next year. Goff - Probably. He was looking pretty good in training camp before the injury. I'll be surprised if he's on other teams' radars at the moment. Ross - Either him or TT. This GB game and whatever else comes will play a huge factor into his future here or elsewhere. TT - See above. I think we sign one of them and let the other go. Bernard - They felt pretty damn good about Austin before he got hurt and who knows if they have a DT in their sights. I'd say most likely not since he's overpaid. Deon - He's regressed from last year even though I like him as a person. Probably another walker. Tolly - I think we resign him too. There might be interest from other teams but I think most FO's recognize he would be an average starter at best and not worth a big contract. This isn't even getting into possible cuts. Diehl, Beckum, Sintim, etc. or trade scenarios like with Osi. I think we're in store for lots of change on the roster this upcoming season.[/quote]







                            Very good post. I agree with your thoughts. I think they might be able to keep Osi another year. I don't think I would let Diehl go in the same year Kmac is released. Sintim is gone. Unless Beckum does something amazing the next few weeks he is gone. I hope there is a way to keep Manningham. It is a passing league and I do not see a 3rd option. With injuries you need at least three top receivers. I think Jacobs might go although he has been really good the past few weeks.

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Re: Next year Salary cap...



                              [quote user="TheEnigma"]Shamelessly stealing this from another thread: Those guys are unrestricted free agents: Mario Manningham Kareem McKenzie Jonathan Goff Aaron Ross Terrell Thomas Rocky Bernard Deon Grant Dave Tollefson MM - The money he will want isn't worth being the #3. Ashame since on certain days he can be a good #2 or even a #1. Not the smartest dude but I wish him luck. Kmac - Thanks for the service throughout the years big man but it's Brewer's time to shine next year. Goff - Probably. He was looking pretty good in training camp before the injury. I'll be surprised if he's on other teams' radars at the moment. Ross - Either him or TT. This GB game and whatever else comes will play a huge factor into his future here or elsewhere. TT - See above. I think we sign one of them and let the other go. Bernard - They felt pretty damn good about Austin before he got hurt and who knows if they have a DT in their sights. I'd say most likely not since he's overpaid. Deon - He's regressed from last year even though I like him as a person. Probably another walker. Tolly - I think we resign him too. There might be interest from other teams but I think most FO's recognize he would be an average starter at best and not worth a big contract. This isn't even getting into possible cuts. Diehl, Beckum, Sintim, etc. or trade scenarios like with Osi. I think we're in store for lots of change on the roster this upcoming season.[/quote]




                              TT, McKenzie, and MM are the ones in question imo. Everyone else "should" be fairly cheap to resign. McKEnzie is a gonner. I think MM goes because another team is going to give him good money - I'm guessing 5 million a year. TT will be back. We're going to resign him to a deal similar to Kiwi.




                              Just a guess. I also have a hunch Ross,Goff,Tolly will be back.




                              What really scares me though is when we have to choose between Cruz and Nicks. I'm just guessing we'll need to if Cruz keeps this pace up.

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X