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    Giants $700,000 over salary cap

    September 3, 2012Houston, Detroit and N.Y. Giants are all roughly $700,000 over NFL's salary cap, according to league source. Houston can take their cap exception from the Redskins and Cowboys and get under the cap, but the Giants and Lions will have to make a move or restructure contracts to get under cap. They have until Wednesday to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckit91 View Post
    Houston, Detroit and N.Y. Giants are all roughly $700,000 over NFL's salary cap, according to league source.
    Wow well that sucks with future upcoming of signing Nicks, Cruz, JPP, and others. This worries me.

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    700k isnt that much in the grand scheme of things. With 53 players thats about 11k each player...i think we can find a way to fix that.

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    Boley, perhaps?

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    Just ask Eli to take a $700,000 pay cut..lol
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    I'm more concerned about getting all these guys resigned. Nicks, Cruz, JPP, Phillips all coming up in next few yrs. maybe the new TV deal can help with that
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    the 700k is for this year and will get cleared. Miked that doesnt mean our future is over the cap. Remember vets get cut all the time.

    These are just options for future - not saying they will all happen.

    Just some food for thought - Linval has arrived and if austin or kuhn or anyone else starts playing well there is a chance canty gets removed from the cap - or at least has to renegotiate that big pay day.

    Will hill has flashed - if he shows well during the regular season he could be the heir apparent to Rolle (also a big contract) remember hill has played both saftey and nickel like rolle - not saying he is as good yet or ready just an idea for the future.

    Rivers could easily take over for boley soon too (more cap space)

    No need to worry right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miked1958 View Post
    I'm more concerned about getting all these guys resigned. Nicks, Cruz, JPP, Phillips all coming up in next few yrs. maybe the new TV deal can help with that
    The new TV deal isn't going to help anyone. The way it's structured the cap isn't going to raise much for the next 4 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave56dj View Post
    the 700k is for this year and will get cleared. Miked that doesnt mean our future is over the cap. Remember vets get cut all the time.

    These are just options for future - not saying they will all happen.

    Just some food for thought - Linval has arrived and if austin or kuhn or anyone else starts playing well there is a chance canty gets removed from the cap - or at least has to renegotiate that big pay day.

    Will hill has flashed - if he shows well during the regular season he could be the heir apparent to Rolle (also a big contract) remember hill has played both saftey and nickel like rolle - not saying he is as good yet or ready just an idea for the future.

    Rivers could easily take over for boley soon too (more cap space)

    No need to worry right now.
    If Rivers plays well enough to take over for Boley, then he's going to want a payday, too. And I don't see us cutting Boley during the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckit91 View Post
    September 3, 2012Houston, Detroit and N.Y. Giants are all roughly $700,000 over NFL's salary cap, according to league source. Houston can take their cap exception from the Redskins and Cowboys and get under the cap, but the Giants and Lions will have to make a move or restructure contracts to get under cap. They have until Wednesday to do it.

    http://www.whosay.com/AdamSchefter/c...w&code=OvK45Tv
    That's actually pretty good compared to last season.
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