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  • #46
    Originally posted by pricejj View Post
    That's next year 2015. Everything is good for 2014 (except Roby, which is still an estimate). The blank spots in 2015 are FA's with expiring contracts.
    No in the 2014 column for DT, Frankilin, Sanders, and Colquitt there is no number. Am I just reading it wrong?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by bowtown View Post
      No in the 2014 column for DT, Frankilin, Sanders, and Colquitt there is no number. Am I just reading it wrong?
      I think the formatting is different between our computers. It looks good on my screen. Everything in the 2014 column is uniform all the way down. I pasted from notepad. Their long names push their salaries over a column. Tell me if it looks good for you now.

      (I deleted a tab-space from DT, Franklin, and Colquitt).
      Last edited by pricejj; 06-03-2014, 10:57 PM.

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      • #48
        Got a question, price, if they signed DT/JT to extensions, would that have any bearing on the 2014 cap space?

        I dont think it would but could be wrong.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by LikeABoss5820 View Post
          Got a question, price, if they signed DT/JT to extensions, would that have any bearing on the 2014 cap space?

          I dont think it would but could be wrong.
          Yes. They would in effect be ripping up the old deal. With new deals, both players cap hits for this year could go up or down, comparatively to their current deals. DT's rookie contract 2014 pro-rated signing bonus ($1.756M) would have to be accounted for somewhere in the new deal, but the team can choose to push money wherever they want in the new contracts. Look at Kaepernick's new deal:

          http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/san-franc...in-kaepernick/

          Kap's cap hit this year now includes part of his new signing bonus.

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          • #50
            Cap hits shown in millions of $
            This document will be updated throughout the offseason. The Broncos have approximately $7.44M remaining to spend in FA.

            Code:
            [b]Index	Pos	Player			2014	2015
            Offense[/b]                
            1	1WR	Demaryius Thomas	$4.70    
            2	2WR	Emmanuel Sanders	$4.00	$5.00    
            3	3WR	Wes Welker		$8.00    
            4	4WR	Cody Latimer		$0.67	$0.84    
            5	5WR	Andre Caldwell        	$1.15	$1.55
            6	6WR	Isaiah Burse		$0.43	$0.52   
            7	LT	Ryan Clady		$8.60	$10.60
            8	LG	Orlando Franklin		$1.39
            9	C	Manny Ramirez		$2.42	$2.47
            10	RG	Louis Vasquez        	$7.25	$6.25
            11	RT	Chris Clark		$2.13	$1.63    
            12	OL Res	Will Montgomery		$1.58
            13	OL Res	Michael Schofield	$0.55	$0.64
            14	OL Res	Matt Paradis		$0.43	$0.53
            15	OL Res	Vinston Painter		$0.42	$0.51
            16	1TE	Julius Thomas		$0.74    
            17	2TE	Jacob Tamme		$3.50    
            18	3TE	Virgil Green		$0.66    
            19	4TE	Gerell Robinson		$0.42	    
            20	1QB	Peyton Manning		$17.50	$21.50
            21	2QB	Brock Osweiler		$0.96	$1.12
            22	1RB	Montee Ball		$0.79	$0.94
            23	2RB	CJ Anderson		$0.50	$0.59    
            24	3RB	Ronnie Hillman		$0.81	$0.94
            25	4RB	Brennan Clay		$0.43	$0.52
            [b]		Offense Total		$70.01	$56.16
                            
            Defense[/b]                
            26	1LCB	Aqib Talib		$7.91	$7.00    
            27	2LCB	Bradley Roby		$1.26	$1.58
            28	3LCB	Tony Carter		$0.57    
            29	1LDE	Derek Wolfe		$1.42	$1.81
            30	2LDE	Malik Jackson		$0.62	$0.71
            31	1NT	Kevin Vickerson		$2.27    
            32	2NT	Terrance Knighton	$3.25    
            33	1UT	Sylvester Williams	$1.72	$2.07
            34	2UT	Marvin Austin		$0.50    
            35	1RDE	Demarcus Ware		$9.66	$11.66
            36	2RDE	Quanterus Smith		$0.47	$0.63
            37	3RDE	Shaquil Barrett		$0.43	$0.52    
            38	1RCB	Chris Harris		$2.19    
            39	2RCB	Kayvon Webster		$0.64	$0.73
            40	SOLB	Von Miller		$6.61	$9.75    
            41	MLB	Nate Irving		$0.82    
            42	WOLB	Danny Trevathan		$0.60	$0.69
            43	LB Res	Lamin Barrow		$0.47	$0.56   
            44	LB Res	Corey Nelson		$0.43	$0.52    
            45	LB Rea	Steven Johnson		$0.57    
            46	1SS	T.J. Ward		$3.75	$7.75
            47	2SS	Duke Ihenacho		$0.57    
            48	3SS	David Bruton		$1.65	$1.65
            49	1FS	Rahim Moore		$1.42    
            50	2FS	Omar Bolden		$0.69	$0.78    
            		[b]Defense Total		$50.11	$47.64[/b]
            
            [b]Special Teams[/b]        
            51	LS	Aaron Brewer		$0.57    
            52	K	Matt Prater		$3.81	$4.06
            53	P	Britton Colquitt	$3.25	$3.75
            		[b]Special Teams Total	$7.63	$7.81[/b]
                            
            [b]Dead Money[/b]        
            		Dead Money		$6.49    
            		        
            		[b]Dead Money Total		$6.49	$0.00[/b]
                            
            [b]Practice Squad[/b]        
            		8 Player Practice Squad	$0.86	$0.92            
            		[b]Practice Squad Total	$0.86	$0.92[/b]
                            
            	2013 Cap Carryover		$6.40	$7.44
            	2014 Adjustment			$0.0	$0.0
            	2014 NFL Salary Cap		$133.00	$145.00
            	2014 Adjustment			$3.15	$0.0
            	2014 Adjusted Salary Cap		$142.55	$152.44
            
            	Top 53 Total (with draft)	$127.76	$112.18
            	Dead Money			$6.49	$0.00
            	Practice Squad (projected)	$0.86	$0.92
            	Total Team Spending 2014		$135.11	$113.11
            
            	[b]Remaining Cap Space 2014		[color=dark0range]$7.44[/color][/b]	$39.34
            Last edited by pricejj; 07-29-2014, 11:45 PM.

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            • #51
              Nearly 8 million combined for Colquitt/Prater next year is horrible cap business.

              Like Elway but one of his few mistakes as GM.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by LikeABoss5820 View Post
                Nearly 8 million combined for Colquitt/Prater next year is horrible cap business.

                Like Elway but one of his few mistakes as GM.
                Both those deals will be restructured.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by bowtown View Post
                  Both those deals will be restructured.
                  This

                  Elway scoffs at being called a mistake. Who do you think bought Prater the sixer that got him busted? Instant leverage..... Pure genius

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                  • #54
                    So how do things look after today's moves?

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                    • #55
                      Think we're around 9.1 under.

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                      • #56
                        NOT ENUF!!! CUT ALL TEH KIK3rZ NOWWwW!!!!!111!!1

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                        • #57
                          Price, so you're projecting a 153 cap next year?

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                          • #58
                            There we go. The top 53 with a practice squad estimate. I'll keep updating as practice squad/injured reserve information becomes available. Looking good for now, but it all depends on how much the cap raises next year.

                            Originally posted by LikeABoss5820 View Post
                            Price, so you're projecting a 153 cap next year?
                            $145M plus rollover. It might only be $140M plus rollover. I put $145M, because there was a blurb on pft saying "expect it to rise to about $145M in 2015". Nobody knows right now. Right now our rollover is ~$8.22M.

                            There's some good news. The Broncos have five 2015 RFA's on the roster. Re-signing them (T Carter, B Marshall, P Cornick, A Brewer, S Johnson) will be super-easy and cheap. Factor in about 8 or 9 draft picks making the roster (including this years practice squad guys). And all they have to do is re-sign a handful of internal FA's for real money. They'll have flexibility. Especially, because they have guys like Roby, Austin, and Garland who can become starters if necessary.

                            It would give massive flexibility to re-work Colquitt and Prater contracts, but that decision comes next year. The Broncos have successfully re-loaded with a good mix of home-grown talent, and impact FA's, with a ton of super-cheap, good, and young depth.

                            Look at the Broncos roster in contrast to the Patriots roster. Bellicheat has been trying to do this for the last decade and has not succeeded. He's offloaded good vet talent for inexpensive, bad backups because he can't draft well, and doesn't make good FA decisions. The "Patriot Way" is sleazy, leaving a bad taste in everybodies mouth while stripping the roster of talent.

                            The Broncos organization truly is the class of the NFL.
                            Last edited by pricejj; 08-30-2014, 09:59 PM.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by pricejj View Post
                              There we go. The top 53 with a practice squad estimate. I'll keep updating as practice squad/injured reserve information becomes available. Looking good for now, but it all depends on how much the cap raises next year.



                              $145M plus rollover. It might only be $140M plus rollover. I put $145M, because there was a blurb on pft saying "expect it to rise to about $145M in 2015". Nobody knows right now. Right now our rollover is ~$8.22M.

                              There's some good news. The Broncos have five 2015 RFA's on the roster. Re-signing them (T Carter, B Marshall, P Cornick, A Brewer, S Johnson) will be super-easy and cheap. Factor in about 8 or 9 draft picks making the roster (including this years practice squad guys). And all they have to do is re-sign a handful of internal FA's for real money. They'll have flexibility. Especially, because they have guys like Roby, Austin, and Garland who can become starters if necessary.

                              It would give massive flexibility to re-work Colquitt and Prater contracts, but that decision comes next year. The Broncos have successfully re-loaded with a good mix of home-grown talent, and impact FA's, with a ton of super-cheap, good, and young depth.

                              Look at the Broncos roster in contrast to the Patriots roster. Bellicheat has been trying to do this for the last decade and has not succeeded. He's offloaded good vet talent for inexpensive, bad backups because he can't draft well, and doesn't make good FA decisions. The "Patriot Way" is sleazy, leaving a bad taste in everybodies mouth while stripping the roster of talent.

                              The Broncos organization truly is the class of the NFL.
                              I could see Peyton's contract becoming a delicate situation in 2015 if we keep winning and Elway keeps rolling over double digit cash figures.

                              Its one thing if the team is strapped and barely making it under, but if this happens next season and Elway is working with an extra 10-15 million, Peyton could ask for a raise and probably get it.

                              Id like to see them give some of that extra cash to a guy like Chris Harris this week.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by pricejj
                                If the salary cap goes up as expected, I project that the Broncos CAN re-sign all their important internal FA's. These are the 7 that I have targeted:

                                1. Demaryius Thomas
                                2. Julius Thomas
                                3. Chris Harris
                                4. Orlando Franklin
                                5. Terrance Knighton
                                6. Rahim Moore
                                7. Quinton Carter


                                It all depends on Elway's ability to make all these guys happy. How he does in re-signing his own draft picks are the only waters that Elway hasn't navigated yet. The money is there, with minimal backloading into out years when the salary cap goes even higher.
                                I might put Green over Carter but i still doubt we can re-sign all of them.

                                Cant keep all your homegrown stars but this is the first year Elway can re-sign his hand-picked draft picks.

                                So we'll see.

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