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    Lightbulb As much as I like Carr, he's never going to see the field and $990,000 is too much

    Let's face it if Eli God forbid ever did go down all hope is lost anyway. Carr isn't anything special.

    I'd rather us develop Perrilloux and possibly flip him for a pick or who knows how he turns out.... let's start grooming someone instead of wasting a spot on a backup QB that will never play and is at the end of his career.


    I still love that tweet "Champ has to defend his belt. I'll be there with my GMEN when WE do. #ALLIN #WEgotaRing #loyalty #greatestfansinthegame #blessed"

    But I think it's time to move on.


    Carr has done a great job with the scout team as well but we could use that extra money elsewhere.

    He made $990,000 this past season..... that is too much. If he comes in for the vet min I'm all for it... even though I'd like to start devloping a QB to possibly trade for a pick some where down the line
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    How much do you think you'll save? $900K isn't that much in NFL land.

    There will be some competition in camp
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    never think never about Eli going down, it happens with age, and it happened to is brother. i'm surprised Carr makes less than a milion do you think the Giants would consider me for 250,000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Dog View Post
    never think never about Eli going down, it happens with age, and it happened to is brother. i'm surprised Carr makes less than a milion do you think the Giants would consider me for 250,000?
    Hell yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    How much do you think you'll save? $900K isn't that much in NFL land.

    There will be some competition in camp
    Actually I don't think Carr can even make much less since he's accrued so many seasons in the league. Isn't the least he can make around $800,000?

    I think it's clearly time to move on...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG4lifeNYK View Post
    Actually I don't think Carr can even make much less since he's accrued so many seasons in the league. Isn't the least he can make around $800,000?

    I think it's clearly time to move on...
    Maybe Painter will knock him out but won't be cheaper. That also might be the right move with Eli being older and the risk of injury increases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    Maybe Painter will knock him out but won't be cheaper. That also might be the right move with Eli being older and the risk of injury increases.
    As of the 2007 season, the minimum salary for a rookie is $285,000. The minimum salary increases according to the number of years the player has been in the league. The highest minimum salary is $820,000 for players who have been in the league 11 years or more.

    The minimum salary structure for 2007 is as follows:
    • Rookies and first-year players $285,000
    • Second-year players $360,000
    • Third-year $435,000
    • Fourth-year $510,000
    • Fifth- through seventh-year $595,000
    • Eighth- through tenth-year $720,000
    • Eleventh-year and longer $820,000
    • They can receive an additional $30000 bonus for attending the sylvia herpolscheiemer academy of performance art.

    For the 2007 season, minimum salaries in the NFL are:
    Rookies - $285,000
    One Year Veteran - $360,000
    Two Year Veteran - $435,000
    Three Year Veteran - $510,000
    Four to Six Year Veteran - $595,000
    Seven to Nine Year Veteran - $720,000
    Ten+ Year Veteran - $820,000

    For the 2012 season, minimum NFL base salaries are ...

    1) Rookie - $390,000
    2) 1 year - $465,000
    3) 2 year - $540,000
    4) 3 year - $615,000
    5) 4-6 year - $700,000
    6) 7-9 year - $825,000
    7) 10+ year - $925,000

    Since 2007, the base salary for each classification has gone up $105,000.


    So Painter would make $700,000? He's likely just a camp arm anyway so no worry there.

    We need to someone for cheap... even Perriloux would make $540,000 if I read that correctly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG4lifeNYK View Post
    As of the 2007 season, the minimum salary for a rookie is $285,000. The minimum salary increases according to the number of years the player has been in the league. The highest minimum salary is $820,000 for players who have been in the league 11 years or more.

    The minimum salary structure for 2007 is as follows:
    • Rookies and first-year players $285,000
    • Second-year players $360,000
    • Third-year $435,000
    • Fourth-year $510,000
    • Fifth- through seventh-year $595,000
    • Eighth- through tenth-year $720,000
    • Eleventh-year and longer $820,000
    • They can receive an additional $30000 bonus for attending the sylvia herpolscheiemer academy of performance art.

    For the 2007 season, minimum salaries in the NFL are:
    Rookies - $285,000
    One Year Veteran - $360,000
    Two Year Veteran - $435,000
    Three Year Veteran - $510,000
    Four to Six Year Veteran - $595,000
    Seven to Nine Year Veteran - $720,000
    Ten+ Year Veteran - $820,000

    For the 2012 season, minimum NFL base salaries are ...

    1) Rookie - $390,000
    2) 1 year - $465,000
    3) 2 year - $540,000
    4) 3 year - $615,000
    5) 4-6 year - $700,000
    6) 7-9 year - $825,000
    7) 10+ year - $925,000

    Since 2007, the base salary for each classification has gone up $105,000.


    So Painter would make $700,000? He's likely just a camp arm anyway so no worry there.

    We need to someone for cheap... even Perriloux would make $540,000 if I read that correctly?
    There is no "cheap" in the NFL
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    If Eli is injured can Carr win us a few games? I don't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud57 View Post
    If Eli is injured can Carr win us a few games? I don't think so.
    If we have a running game, yes. Carr is a bit more mobile than Eli, but he'll never "replace" Eli. I think he could get us trough a game or two.
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