Page 1 of 9 12345 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 82

Thread: Did we need any of these guys? Could we have afforded them?

  1. #1
    Member Since
    Sep 2007
    Location
    RIGHT NEXT TO ARROWHEAD!
    Posts
    18,752
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default Did we need any of these guys? Could we have afforded them?


    0 Not allowed!
    A LOOK AT THE BASE SALARIES OF THE TOP FREE AGENTS

    Posted by Mike Florio on March 8, 2008, 9:51 p.m.
    Every year at this time, the salary information of the newly-signed free agents begins to show up on the NFLPA’s web site. Though bonus money isn’t reported on the version of the site to which the media has instant access, the magnitude of the salaries can shed some light as to when a player might be cut or, at a minimum, asked to take less money.

    Here are the currently available numbers for the players who have inked multi-year deals, in the same order as the Super 99 free agent rankings at SportingNews.com:

    Asante Samuel, cornerback, Eagles: $645,000 (2008); $1.9 million (2009); $8.895 million (2010); $5.9 million (2011); $8.4 million (2012); $10.4 million (2013).


    Alan Faneca, guard, Jets: $1 million (2008); $7 million (2009); $7.5 million (2010); $7.75 million (2011); $6.75 million (2012).

    Dallas Clark, tight end, Colts: $605,000 (2008); $3.3 million (2009); $4 million (2010); $4.2 million (2011); $4.53 million (2012); $5.53 million (2013).

    Randy Moss, receiver, Patriots: $1.9 million (2008); $6.4 million (2009); $6.4 million (2010).

    Corey Williams, defensive tackle, Browns: $605,000 (2008); $1.7 million (2009); $4.2 million (2010); $4.9 million (2011); $4.9 million (2012).

    Derek Anderson, quarterback, Browns: $950,000 (2008); $1.45 million (2009); $7.45 million (2010).

    Antwan Odom, defensive end, Bengals: $900,000 (2008); $3.4 million (2009); $3.4 million (2010); $4.5 million (2011); $5.3 million (2012).

    Michael Turner, running back, Falcons: $1 million (2008); $1 million (2009); $2 million (2010); $5 million (2011); $5 million (2012); $5.5 million (2013).

    Bernard Berrian, receiver, Vikings: $605,000 (2008); $2.395 million (2009); $3.7 million (2010); $3.9 million (2011); $6.9 million (2012); $7.9 million (2013).

    Ryan Lilja, guard, Colts: $625,000 (2008); $2.35 million (2009); $3.055 million (2010); $3.76 million (2011); $4.21 million (2012).

    Justin Smith, defensive end, 49ers: $750,000 (2008); $3.5 million (2009); $2.625 million (2010); $5 million (2011); $5.875 million (2012); $7.5 million (2013).

    Calvin Pace, linebacker, Jets: $750,000 (2008); $750,000 (2009); $3.75 million (2010); $3.855 million (2011); $4.585 million (2012); $5.81 million (2013).

    Drayton Florence, cornerback, Jaguars: $1 million (2008); $1.5 million (2009); $4.9 million (2010); $5.9 million (2011); $5.9 million (2012); $5.9 million (2013).


    Donte’ Stallworth, receiver, Browns: $605,000 (2008); $745,000 (2009); $1.5 million (2010); $2.775 million (2011); $4.55 million (2012); $5.65 million (2013); $5.95 million (2014).

    Jamal Lewis, running back, Browns: $1.4 million (2008); $2.4 million (2009); $2.4 million (2010).

    Kawika Mitchell, linebacker, Bills: $1.5 million (2008); $1.5 million (2009); $2.7 million (2010); $2.75 million (2011); $2.75 million (2012).

    Alge Crumpler, tight end, Titans: $1.2 million (2008); $2 million (2009).

    Sean Locklear, tackle, Seahawks: $1.85 million (2008); $1 million (2009); $1 million (2010); $4.85 million (2011); $5.6 million (2012); $7.295 million (2013).

    Randall Gay, cornerback, Saints: $750,000 (2008); $1.5 million (2009); $2.5 million (2010); $3.5 million (2011).

    Travis LaBoy, defensive end, Cardinals: $750,000 (2008); $2 million (2009); $3.5 million (2010); $4 million (2011); $4.5 million (2012).

    Justin Fargas, running back, Raiders: $605,000 (2008); $2.5 million (2009); $1.5 million (2010).

    Gibril Wilson: $605,000 (2008); $2.5 million (2009); $3.5 million (2010); $5 million (2011); $6.5 million (2012); $8 million (2013).

    Jerry Porter, receiver, Jaguars: $900,000 (2008); $1.9 million (2009); $3.5 million (2010); $5 million (2011); $5 million (2012); $5 million (2013).

    Jamar Nesbit, guard, Saints: $1 million (2008); $1.9 million (2009); $1.9 million (2010).

    Jacob Bell, guard, Rams: $2 million (2008); $4 million (2009); $5 million (2010); $6 million (2011); $6 million (2012); $6 million (2013).

    Tommy Kelly, defensive tackle, Raiders: $625,000 (2008); $2.5 million (2009); $4.5 million (2010); $5.5 million (2011); $6 million (2012); $6.5 million (2013); $7 million (2014).

    Javon Walker, receiver, Raiders: $1 million (2008); $4 million (2009); $6 million (2010); $8 million (2011); $10 million (2012); $10 million (2013).

    Josh Brown, kicker, Rams: $1 million (2008); $1.8 million (2009); $2 million (2010); $2.7 million (2011); $2.7 million (2012).

    Jimmy Kennedy, defensive tackle, Jaguars: $605,000 (2008).

    Dustin Colquitt, punter, Chiefs: $700,000 (2008); $900,000 (2009); $1.2 million (2010); $1.5 million (2011); $1.8 million (2012).

    Isaac Bruce, receiver, 49ers: $1.975 million (2008); $1.475 million (2009).

    Madieu Williams, safety, Vikings: $605,000 (2008); $620,000 (2009); $2.975 million (2010); $5.4 million (2011); $5.4 million (2012); $5.4 million (2013).

    Tedy Bruschi, linebacker, Patriots: $1 million (2008); $1.9 million (2009).

    Travelle Wharton, tackle, Panthers: $600,000 (2008); $1.75 million (2009); $3.9 million (2010); $5.4 million (2011); $5.7 million (2012); $5.9 million (2013).

    Ernest Wilford, receiver, Dolphins: $1 million (2008); $1.5 million (2009); $2 million (2010); $2.5 million (2011).

    Demorrio Williams, linebacker, Chiefs: $1 million (2008); $1 million (2009); $1 million (2010); $1.5 million (2011); $1.5 million (2012).

    Jeff Faine, center, Buccaneers: $1 million (2008); $1 million (2009); $5 million (2010); $4.575 million (2011); $5.925 million (2012); $7 million (2013).

    Keydrick Vincent, guard, Panthers: $730,000 (2008); $820,000 (2009).

    Jacques Reeves, cornerback, Texans: $1 million (2008); 2.5 million (2009); $3 million (2010); $3.5 million (2011); $4 million (2012).

    Shaun Hill, quarterback, 49ers: $1 million (2008); $1.4 million (2009); $1.5 million (2010).

    Lawrence Tynes, kicker, Giants: $600,000 (2008); $625,000 (2009); $900,000 (2010); $1.1 million (2011); $1.2 million (2012); $1.3 million (2013).

    Tony Richardson, fullback, Jets: $830,000 (2008).

    Mike Wahle, guard, Seahawks: $2 million (2008); $3.1 million (2009); $3.1 million (2010); $3.9 million (2011); $3.9 million (2012).

    Sammy Knight, safety, Giants: $850,000 (2008); $1.25 million (2009); $1.25 million (2010).

    Andre’ Davis, receiver, Texans: $3.1 million (2008); $2.1 million (2009); $2.55 million (2010); $4.7 million (2011).

    Todd Collins, quarterback, Redskins: $900,000 (2008); $1.9 million (2009); $2.9 million (2010); $3 million (2011); $3 million (2012); $3 million (2013).

    Maurice Williams, guard, Jaguars: $1 million (2008); $2.5 million (2009); $3 million (2010); $3 million (2011).

    Damien Woody, tackle, Jets: $850,000 (2008); $5.6 million (2009); $3.75 million (2010); $3.35 million (2011); $3.1 million (2012).



    http://beta.profootballtalk.com/2008...p-free-agents/




    At least we got one of them!

    http://arrowheadjunkies.com/pictures/PhotoShop/sig_pics/NFL_Players/kansas_city_chiefs/tyson.jackson/062009/tyson.jackson.500.png

  2. #2
    Member Since
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Scottsdale, Arizona
    Posts
    1,852
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Yes and yes!!!!! Gotta pry the check book out someone's greedy little hands though!!

  3. #3
    Member Since
    Aug 2007
    Location
    South Carolina
    Posts
    2,152
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Some of those O-lineman might've looked good in the red and gold.


    "Everybody underestimates the kick in the groin." - Bas Rutten

  4. #4
    Member Since
    Sep 2007
    Location
    RIGHT NEXT TO ARROWHEAD!
    Posts
    18,752
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkHillbilly View Post
    Yes and yes!!!!! Gotta pry the check book out someone's greedy little hands though!!
    How much money do we have left to pay for Jarred?

    Quote Originally Posted by royalswin100games View Post
    Some of those O-lineman might've looked good in the red and gold.

    I was thinking the same thing...
    http://arrowheadjunkies.com/pictures/PhotoShop/sig_pics/NFL_Players/kansas_city_chiefs/tyson.jackson/062009/tyson.jackson.500.png

  5. #5
    Member Since
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Scottsdale, Arizona
    Posts
    1,852
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    How much money do we have left to pay for Jarred?




    I was thinking the same thing...
    I don't know the exact number for your question but look at this....... kind of hard to read but...
    2008 NFL Salary Cap FiguresFebruary 22, 2008 Sponsored byFor the sake of this installment, we have designated teams that are less than $5M under the cap in RED. These are teams that have little money to sign free agents and may need to make cuts or restructure salaries in order to sign all of their draft picks. Note without comment that the only team that is OVER the cap (as of this writing) is the Washington Redskins! Teams in BLACK, which are between $5M and $20M under the cap, are teams that look to be in pretty good shape in terms of adding more veterans and signing all of their rookies without having to take drastic measures. Teams in GREEN are teams that are well under the cap and should have plenty of room to sign free agents and rookies. Note that for the first time in years, almost every team in is very good cap shape.

    With the latest extension to the CBA, the 2008 salary cap is approximately $116 M, which represents a nice increase over last year's estimated $109 M figure. (Note that the cap was "just" $85.5 M in 2005, the final season prior to the CBA's extension and $102 M in 2006 after the CBA extension.) Note also, per my blog, that the NFLPA is citing a $123 M cap figure for this year. Although that is certainly possible, since I have not received confirmation of this number, I am still using the $116 M figure.

    Keep in mind that these numbers remain tentative -- and are changing on a daily basis. These "unofficial" figures are approximate as of February 1, 2008 and were compiled from various media sources. Note that these numbers were compiled prior to the rash of Franchise/Transition Tag designations that have taken place over the last couple weeks. These numbers do, however, include the cap adjustements for LTBE incentives that were never achieved last season and have been credited against the 2008 cap.
    Projected 2008 NFL Salary Cap Space for Each Team RankTeam$ Under the Cap1 Jacksonville Jaguars $46270000 There are currently 43 players under contract.2 Tennessee Titans $42730000 There are currently 39 players under contract.3 Buffalo Bills $39610000 There are currently 49 players under contract.4 Minnesota Vikings $35490500 There are currently 49 players under contract.5 New Orleans Saints $35246988 There are currently 39 players under contract.6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $33412039 There are currently 48 players under contract.7 San Francisco 49ers $32741678 There are currently 48 players under contract.8 Philadelphia Eagles $31335833 There are currently 49 players under contract.9 Cincinnati Bengals $31210000 There are currently 48 players under contract.10 Oakland Raiders $30595532 There are currently 40 players under contract.11 Kansas City Chiefs $28050000 There are currently 44 players under contract.12 Cleveland Browns $27584552 There are currently 42 players under contract.13 Miami Dolphins $25586323 There are currently 48 players under contract.14 Green Bay Packers $24515000 There are currently 48 players under contract.15 NY Giants $23500000 There are currently 49 players under contract.16 San Diego Chargers $22610000 There are currently 44 players under contract.17 NY Jets $21960000 There are currently 45 players under contract.18 Seattle Seahawks $20270000 There are currently 44 players under contract.19 Chicago Bears $20050000 There are currently 52 players under contract.20 Houston Texans $19560000 There are currently 43 players under contract.21 Detroit Lions $17840000 There are currently 42 players under contract.22 Dallas Cowboys $16800000 There are currently 40 players under contract.23 Pittsburgh Steelers $16630000 There are currently 43 players under contract.24 Arizona Cardinals $14490000 There are currently 34 players under contract.25 New England Patriots $10522500 There are currently 41 players under contract.26 Denver Broncos $8290000 There are currently 49 players under contract.27 Atlanta Falcons $8070000 There are currently 52 players under contract.28 Baltimore Ravens $7410000 There are currently 42 players under contract.29 St. Louis Rams $7024300 There are currently 45 players under contract.30 Carolina Panthers $5730000 There are currently 35 players under contract.31 Indianapolis Colts $2360000 There are currently 48 players under contract.32 Washington Redskins $-22078740 There are currently 45 players under contract.

  6. #6
    Member Since
    Sep 2007
    Location
    RIGHT NEXT TO ARROWHEAD!
    Posts
    18,752
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    What I got out of that is that the Chiefs have 28 million left.

    Is that right?

    If so that is 2.8 million per draft pick.

    We should have gotten Faneca.
    http://arrowheadjunkies.com/pictures/PhotoShop/sig_pics/NFL_Players/kansas_city_chiefs/tyson.jackson/062009/tyson.jackson.500.png

  7. #7
    Member Since
    Aug 2007
    Location
    South Carolina
    Posts
    2,152
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    What I got out of that is that the Chiefs have 28 million left.

    Is that right?

    If so that is 2.8 million per draft pick.

    We should have gotten Faneca.
    I concur but not for the money he was paid. The average salary of an OG is going to balloon because of that contract.


    "Everybody underestimates the kick in the groin." - Bas Rutten

  8. #8
    Member Since
    Sep 2007
    Location
    RIGHT NEXT TO ARROWHEAD!
    Posts
    18,752
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by royalswin100games View Post
    I concur but not for the money he was paid. The average salary of an OG is going to balloon because of that contract.
    O linemen need to be paid more. They are under appreciated.



    It is glaringly obvious what happens when a teams O line is weak.
    http://arrowheadjunkies.com/pictures/PhotoShop/sig_pics/NFL_Players/kansas_city_chiefs/tyson.jackson/062009/tyson.jackson.500.png

  9. #9
    Member Since
    Aug 2007
    Location
    South Carolina
    Posts
    2,152
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    O linemen need to be paid more. They are under appreciated.



    It is glaringly obvious what happens when a teams O line is weak.
    Unfortunately...


    "Everybody underestimates the kick in the groin." - Bas Rutten

  10. #10
    Member Since
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Scottsdale, Arizona
    Posts
    1,852
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    What I got out of that is that the Chiefs have 28 million left.

    Is that right?

    If so that is 2.8 million per draft pick.

    We should have gotten Faneca.
    The bottom line is that we are a team that has a bunch of money available and we didn't do much with it. We will once again have money left over when the season starts!

Page 1 of 9 12345 ... LastLast

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •