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  • whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

    i know the budget was real tight last year, wonder if the same this year?

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    Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

    [quote user="tucksackstom"]i know the budget was real tight last year, wonder if the same this year?
    [/quote]about the same. Again depends on who is traded, retires and what not, that can change it a bit.
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    • #3
      Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

      [quote user="DragonSoul"][quote user="tucksackstom"]i know the budget was real tight last year, wonder if the same this year?
      [/quote]about the same. Again depends on who is traded, retires and what not, that can change it a bit.[/quote]

      thanks i assuming jacobs got likely manningham and osi as well

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      • #4
        Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

        they won a Superbowl being here
        I'm confident there will be many restructured contracts, we'll have room to keep this team tight

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        • #5
          Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

          2011 was the year to win it!

          I'll explain why, CAP Hit for players on the team... then do the math

          Eli Manning : 15 190 475

          Antrel Rolle: 9 100 000

          Chris Canty: 7 666 667

          Chris Snee: 7 783 333

          Justin Tuck: 7 500 000

          Brandon Jacobs:6 862 500 (can be waived for no penalty though)

          Corey Webster: 6 750 000

          Michael Boley:5 650 000

          Mathias Kiwanuka: 5 550 000

          Davis Baas: 4 950 000

          Osi Umenyiora: 4 617 857

          David Diehl:3 825 000

          Jason Pierre-Paul: 3 150 961

          and on and on...

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          • #6
            Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

            Philly showed what free agency can do
            as did the raiders and Redskins before them

            keep your own, easier to teach

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            • #7
              Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

              i was curious at the cap space, giants will be a good team either way

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              • #8
                Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                Antrel... way too pricey... but can't trade or cut him...

                Canty same...

                Snee has a down year... but hoping for the best

                Jacobs won't play for 6.8M ... may re-sign cheaper or leaves

                Baas... a little bit too pricey too

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                • #9
                  Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                  [quote user="tucksackstom"]i was curious at the cap space, giants will be a good team either way
                  [/quote]wait till March

                  sorry

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                    [quote user="charles355"]2011 was the year to win it! I'll explain why, CAP Hit for players on the team... then do the math Eli Manning : 15 190 475 Antrel Rolle: 9 100 000 Chris Canty: 7 666 667 Chris Snee: 7 783 333 Justin Tuck: 7 500 000 Brandon Jacobs:6 862 500 (can be waived for no penalty though) Corey Webster: 6 750 000 Michael Boley:5 650 000 Mathias Kiwanuka: 5 550 000 Davis Baas: 4 950 000 Osi Umenyiora: 4 617 857 David Diehl:3 825 000 Jason Pierre-Paul: 3 150 961 and on and on...[/quote]




                    Brutal. Just brutal.




                    $9mm for Rolle, almost $8mm for Canty, $7mm for Jacobs?




                    Why does this feel like we're Tampa Bay??????

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                    • #11
                      Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                      In my mind... I want this to happen

                      re-sign Hynoski

                      Manningham for less than 3.0M a year or next man up (Devin Thomas or JJ or even Hixon)

                      Jacobs re-sign for less than 2.0M or we sign another RB or draft one round 4-5

                      Draft TE Round 1 or 2

                      LT Round 1 or 2 or Diehl
                      LG Petrus or Boothe
                      C Baas
                      RG Snee
                      RT Beatty or Diehl

                      OSi... trade for round 3 and 5
                      DT re-sign Bernard only if Austin is not ready

                      MLB re-sign Goff and Blackburn less than 2M each

                      OLB= SET

                      CB= re-sign TT only 2.5M max... Ross will cost too much

                      S= SET

                      K/P/LS
                      re-sign Weatherford then set

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                      • #12
                        Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                        [quote user="CDN_G-FAN"]

                        [quote user="charles355"]2011 was the year to win it! I'll explain why, CAP Hit for players on the team... then do the math Eli Manning : 15 190 475 Antrel Rolle: 9 100 000 Chris Canty: 7 666 667 Chris Snee: 7 783 333 Justin Tuck: 7 500 000 Brandon Jacobs:6 862 500 (can be waived for no penalty though) Corey Webster: 6 750 000 Michael Boley:5 650 000 Mathias Kiwanuka: 5 550 000 Davis Baas: 4 950 000 Osi Umenyiora: 4 617 857 David Diehl:3 825 000 Jason Pierre-Paul: 3 150 961 and on and on...[/quote]




                        Brutal. Just brutal.




                        $9mm for Rolle, almost $8mm for Canty, $7mm for Jacobs?




                        Why does this feel like we're Tampa Bay??????

                        [/quote]all 3 will gladly renegotiate I will bet money

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                        • #13
                          Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                          I hope... but at the same time I don't want to throw even more money later to keep them now

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                          • #14
                            Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                            [quote user="bansaw"]Philly showed what free agency can do
                            as did the raiders and Redskins before them

                            keep your own, easier to teach
                            [/quote]

                            I agree with this but when you have little cap room it's gonna be hard to keep your own and the future isn't bright with Tuck, Nicks and many more contract ending, and don't forget we have an angry OSI, keeping our own will be harder this year, plus Reese borrowed from the future cap, we won the SB at the right time...

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                            • #15
                              Re: whats n.yg cap space. this up coming his year?

                              [quote user="bansaw"][quote user="CDN_G-FAN"]


                              [quote user="charles355"]2011 was the year to win it! I'll explain why, CAP Hit for players on the team... then do the math Eli Manning : 15 190 475 Antrel Rolle: 9 100 000 Chris Canty: 7 666 667 Chris Snee: 7 783 333 Justin Tuck: 7 500 000 Brandon Jacobs:6 862 500 (can be waived for no penalty though) Corey Webster: 6 750 000 Michael Boley:5 650 000 Mathias Kiwanuka: 5 550 000 Davis Baas: 4 950 000 Osi Umenyiora: 4 617 857 David Diehl:3 825 000 Jason Pierre-Paul: 3 150 961 and on and on...[/quote]




                              Brutal. Just brutal.




                              $9mm for Rolle, almost $8mm for Canty, $7mm for Jacobs?




                              Why does this feel like we're Tampa Bay??????




                              [/quote]all 3 will gladly renegotiate I will bet money
                              [/quote]




                              jeez i hope so.




                              and i might take that bet.

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