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Would You Where an Ocean's 11 Themed FFMD sig?
Yes
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No
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Only if I get to be Julia Roberts
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:02 pm    Post subject: FFMD 15: Ocean's 11 Style - Need your opinion on Extensions Reply with quote

Welcome one and all. I've been selected to be the GM of the Seahawks for FFMD this year. I am really hoping to get a lot of you involved this year and have fun with this. My goal is that everyone gets to provide an equal share of input.

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GM/Capologist...............................Assistant GM...............................Assistant to the Assistant GM.........Scout..........................................OC Passing Game
Tatupu_64.................................Dools=hawks............................imani...........................................SwiftTexan................................SoS



Head Coach................................OC (Run game)...........................Defensive Coordinator................OL Coach....................................Scout
canucks9314.............................NFL_Announcer.........................SupeRG00F...............................Bigjoe0075................................Meeker




Current CAP Space: $30.871 Million



Schedule
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January 25th 3 PM: Sign Ups Open for GMs and Writers
February 1st - 11 PM: Sign Ups Close
February 3rd - 11 PM: GM, Writer, Assistant Capologist, Assistant TC Announced
February 6th: Individual GM, Assistant GM, and Capologist Finalized
February 6th: Rosters Locked & Cap Finalized

February 7th - 8 AM: Tender/Tag Opens for EFRA/RFA/Franchise Players
February 8th - 11 PM: Tender/Closes for EFRA/RFA/Franchise Players
February 9th - 8 AM: Contract Restructuring/Pending Free Agency Re-signing begins
February 9th - 8 AM: Contract Offers Open for tendered players
February 10th - 11 PM: Contract Offers Close for Tendered players
February 11th - 8 AM: Teams able to match contracts for Tendered Players
February 12th - 11 PM: Unmatched players transferred, matched contracts final
February 14th - 10 AM: Contract Restructuring/Pending Free Agency Re-signing ends
February 14th 10:01 AM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 1
February 16th- 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 1
February 16th- 8:01 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 2
February 17th- 10:00 AM- Tier 1 Signings announced
February 18th- 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 2
February 18th- 8:01 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 3
February 19th - 10:00 AM- Tier 2 Signings announced
February 20th - 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 3
February 20th - 8:01 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 4
February 21st - 10:00 AM- Tier 3 Signings announced
February 22nd - 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 4
February 23rd - 10:00 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 5
February 23rd - 10:01 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 5
February 24th - 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 5
February 25th- 10:00 AM- Tier 5 Signings announced

February 25th - 10:00 AM- Shark Tank Opens

March 1st - 8:00 AM- Draft Begins

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Seahawks Depth Chart

Offense
QB: Russell Wilson / Tarvaris Jackson / BJ Daniels
RB: Marshawn Lynch / Robert Turbin / Christine Michael / Demitrius Bronson / Marcus Murphy
FB: Derrick Coleman

WR1: Jermaine Kearse / Paul Richardson / Ricardo Lockette / Kenny Bell
WR2: Chris Matthews / Kevin Norwood / Tony Lippett / Kasen Williams
Slot: Doug Baldwin (WR1 in 2WR sets)
TE: Zach Miller / Luke Willson / Cooper Helfet / Anthony McCoy / Jeff Heuerman / Keavon Milton

LT: Russell Okung / Ty Sambrailo
LG: Mike Iupati / Alvin Bailey
C: Max Unger / Patrick Lewis / Andy Gallick
RG: JR Sweezy / Alvin Bailey
RT: Justin Britt / Gary Gilliam / Garrett Scott

Defense
LE: Michael Bennett / Cassius Marsh / Anthony Chikillo / David King
NT: Brandon Mebane / Jordan Hill / Greg Scruggs / Jesse Williams / Jimmy Staten / Justin Renfrow
UT: Tony McDaniel / Kevin Williams / Marcus Hardison
LEO: Cliff Avril / Hau'oli Kikaha

SLB: Bruce Irvin / Mike Morgan / Alani Fua
MLB: Bobby Wagner / Brock Coyle / Allen Bradford
WLB: KJ Wright / Kevin Pierre-Louis / Mike Taylor

CB1: Richard Sherman / Zacahry Bowman
NCB: Jeremy Lane / Marcus Burley / Craig Mager
FS: Earl Thomas / Deshawn Shead / Steven Terrell / Craig Mager
SS: Kam Chancellor / Dion Bailey
CB2: Jalen Collins / Tharold Simon / Eric Pinkins

Special Teams
K: Steven Hauschka
P: Jon Ryan
LS: Clint Gresham


Trade Block
5th - Cooper Helfet, TE
5th - Tony McDaniel, DT
Early 2nd - Russell Okung, OT
3rd - Tharold Simon, CB
4th - Robert Turbin, RB
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Extensions/Restructures

dhunt2402 wrote:
The following extensions have been accepted:

Quote:
Team: Seattle Seahawks
Player: Brandon Mebane
Type of offer: Extension
Contract offer: 3 years, $9.6 million ($5.7 million of base salary guaranteed from previous contract), $800k Signing Bonus (200k from previous contract in year 1), $6.3 million in total guaranteed

- Year 1: $2.8 million base, $400k prorated bonus (All 2.8M of BS guaranteed from previous contract)
- Year 2: $3 million base, $200k prorated bonus (2.7M of BS guaranteed from previous contract)
- Year 3: $3 million base, $200k prorated bonus

Comparison: Jonathan Babineaux


Quote:
Team: Seattle Seahawks
Player: Tony McDaniel
Type of offer: Extension
Contract offer: 3 years, $6.3 million ($3.625 million of base salary guaranteed from previous contract), $1.225 million Signing Bonus (625K from previous contract in year 1), $4.225 million guaranteed in total

- Year 1: $1.075 million base, $825k prorated bonus (All 1.075M of BS guaranteed from previous contract)
- Year 2: $1.9 million base, $200k prorated bonus (All 1.9M of BS guaranteed from previous contract)
- Year 3: $2.1 million base, $200k prorated bonus (25k of BS guaranteed from previous contract)

Comparison: Dwan Edwards


dhunt2402 wrote:
Quote:
Team: Seattle Seahawks
Player: Bobby Wagner
Type of offer: Extension
Contract offer: 4 years, $36.8 million, $12 million Signing Bonus, $20.4 million in total guaranteed

Old Contract:
- Year 1: $977,422 base, $393,236


New Contract
- Year 1: $977,422 base, $2,793,236 prorated bonus
- Year 2: $4.37 million base, $2.4 million prorated bonus (4M of BS guaranteed)
- Year 3: $5.48 million base, $2.4 million prorated bonus (4M of BS guaranteed)
- Year 4: $6.75 million base, $2.4 million prorated bonus
- Year 5: $8.21 million base, $2.4 million prorated bonus

Comparison: NaVorro Bowman


This extension has been accepted.


dhunt2402 wrote:
Formal announcement: The Seahawks have inked Russell Wilson to the following extension. Anyone else who wishes to extend players who are underpaid can submit to me any time.

Quote:
Team: Seattle Seahawks
Player: Russell Wilson
Type of offer: Extension
Contract offer: 6 years, $132 million, $35 million Signing Bonus, $66 million in total guaranteed (50% guaranteed)
Year 2, year 3, and roster bonus are completely guaranteed.

Old Contract:
- Year 1: $798,651 base, $154,868 prorated bonus


New Contract
- Year 1: $798,651 base, $7,154,868 prorated bonus
- Year 2: $11,000,000 base, $7,000,000 prorated bonus (extension begins in this year)
- Year 3: $12,500,000 base, $7,000,000 prorated bonus
- Year 4: $6,500,000 base, $7,000,000 prorated bonus, $7,500,000 roster bonus
- Year 5: $16,000,000 base, $7,000,000 prorated bonus
- Year 6: $24,500,000 base
- Year 7: $26,000,000 base

Comparison: Aaron Rodgers


Free Agency
dhunt2402 wrote:
Mike Iupati has decided to sign for the Seattle Seahawks

Quote:
Team: Seattle Seahawks
Player: Mike Iupati
Type of offer: Free Agency
Contract offer: 5 years, $41 million ($4 million of base salary guaranteed in year 1), $15M Signing Bonus, $19 million guaranteed in total

- Year 1: $3.08M, $3M prorated bonus ($3M of BS guaranteed)
- Year 2: $3.99M, $3M prorated bonus ($1M of BS guaranteed)
- Year 3: $5.04M, $3M prorated bonus
- Year 4: $6.25M, $3M prorated bonus
- Year 5: $7.63M, $3M prorated bonus

Comparison: Jahri Evans


QB T-Jack for 870k
LS Clint Gresham 745k
CB Zachary Bowman 920k
DT Kevin Williams 1.2M

Draft Picks
1.31
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With the 31st pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select...

Jalen Collins, CB, LSU





He may be raw, but he has all the talent in the world and is an ideal fit for our defense with some eerily similar measurables to the best CB in the NFL.

6'1, 203 lbs, 32 1/8" arms
4.48 40, 36" Vert, 124" BJ, 6.77 3-cone, 4.27 SS

6'3", 195 lbs, 32" arms
4.56 40, 38" Vert, 125" BJ, 6.82 3-cone, 4.33 SS

He's built for our scheme and expect with our coaching will hit his stride quickly.

Quote:
Rare combination of height, weight and speed. Has the foot quickness and twitch to trigger on demand. Uses soft, bouncy feet to change direction and drive instantly on throws. Has arm length to play from trail position and still knock passes away. Desired awareness in zone with extended playmaking range. Will make plays outside of his area and has speed to come across field to chase down a loose running back or receiver. Able to redirect from press coverage and will only get better with more coaching. Leaper with the ability to challenge and win 50/50 throws. Buys in and does his part in run support


2.31
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With the 63rd pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select...

Hau'oli Kikaha, LEO, Washington



Seattle loves his motor, production, and athletic ability. He is a guy that consistently puts forth the highest effort and plays with a mean streak. Last year, we really missed rotation at DE. Our 2013-14 team with Clemons really made a difference, and we're looking for Kikaha to take on that role; his frame is built for the LEO position. We trust he'll grow even more here with our coaching staff and Michael Bennett, the master of hand fighting who deserves a lot of credit for Jordan Hill's development.

Quote:
Explosive first step and arc speed to get around the edge with flexible body control and balance to flatten. Stays low with natural dip, using his hands to slap away blockers' jabs without slowing his momentum. Tough to contain in space and rarely stops his feet, crossing the face of blockers and using his lower body quickness to work around bodies. Fluid change of direction skills to make sharp 90-degree turns with the loose hips to turn and play in coverage - will drop and cover in short zones with natural ball awareness and proximity feel. Strong wrists and arrives with aggressive angles and violent intentions, tuning up his target. Nice job on the edges to hold the corner and close off the outside, tracking well to work off contact and pursue. Plays assignment sound football with elite effort and competitiveness. Fiery, pesky motor that simply doesn't quit. Experienced in a two and three-point stance at left and right defensive end, playing mostly the 4i technique as an underclassman before moving to "BUCK" linebacker as a senior - also played on special teams coverages as a senior. Highly productive and one of NCAA's top pass rushers the last two seasons, leaving Washington with the school record for sacks (36.0).


Welcome back to Seattle, Kikaha.

CAP Hit: $646,802


3.31
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With the 95th pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select...

Ty Sambrailo, OT/OG, Colorado State



He needs to get stronger and work on his technique if he's going to be a LT at this level, but he has the athletic ability, size, and nastiness to do it. He'll be a great 7th OL this year (Bailey play's everything other than C) and gives us an option going forward as a potential LT if we let Okung walk. A year in an NFL weight room and a year of learning under Tom Cable should turn him into a great player.

CAP Hit: $565,300


4.5 (via NYJ)
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With the 104th pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select...

Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State State



4.31
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With the 130th pick (4.31), Seattle selects...

Anthony Chikillo, LDE, Miami


4.36 (Comp Pick)
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With the 136th pick (4.31), Seattle selects...

Marcus Hardison, DH, Arizona State


5.31 and 5.33 (Comp Pick)
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With the 5.31st pick, Seattle Selects...
Andy Gallick, C, Boston College

With the 5.33rd pick, Seattle Selects...
Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska


5.36
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Seattle selects Jeff Heuerman, TE, Ohio State


6.40 (Comp Pick)
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Seattle selects Craig Mager, FS/NCB/PR, Texas State


7.31
Tatupu_64 wrote:
With its Final selection, Seattle selects...

SLB Alani Fua, BYU


Compensatory Picks may not be traded

UDFA
WR Kasen Williams
RB Marcus Murphy
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D coordinator please.
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Wouldn't mind trying this out this time around. Never done one, don't want a lot of responsibility so I can see what its like and give my opinion on some things....so throw me wherever you like.
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Meeker wrote:
Wouldn't mind trying this out this time around. Never done one, don't want a lot of responsibility so I can see what its like and give my opinion on some things....so throw me wherever you like.
Scout sound good? It really doesn't make a massive difference, but I am planning on making sigs Wink
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
Meeker wrote:
Wouldn't mind trying this out this time around. Never done one, don't want a lot of responsibility so I can see what its like and give my opinion on some things....so throw me wherever you like.
Scout sound good? It really doesn't make a massive difference, but I am planning on making sigs Wink


Fine by me.
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I don't mind giving my .02 on stuff like draft picks and trades but I'd prefer not to be involved in any official capacity. I did this last year and found overall that it's taken too seriously. I'm happy to contribute to this forum as much as I can but I'll be keeping my hands out of the shark tank this time around.
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Hello Seahawks fans. I'm one of the writers for FFMD15 and thought I'd pop in and let you all know you are free to PM me if you have any rumors to share, big time players you are putting on the trade block and you want to maximize the amount of people who see it, etc. Best of luck Very Happy

For those interested in a thread that makes it convenient and fun to follow along with what's happening across all of FFMD here's the link: http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=561325
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Hi guys, action starts up tomorrow, wanted to give you an update on your restricted and exclusive rights free agents are. Along with the franchise/transition tags, that is the first window that opens tomorrow morning here

Restricted Free Agent (RFA) Tender Values wrote:
1st Round: $2,880,000
2nd Round: $2,020,000
Original Round: $1,330,000


ERFAs
SEA: Ricardo Lockette, WR ($585,000)
SEA: Deshawn Shead, S ($585,000)
SEA: David Gilreath, WR ($585,000)

RFAs
SEA: Jermaine Kearse (WR), Greg Scruggs (DE), Stephen Schilling (OG), Michael Morgan (LB), Bryan Walters (WR)
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Dools=hawks wrote:
Im DTF, We will probably wait until after the superbowl to get going.

Down to FFMD
AGM?

imani wrote:
I'll join if you let me fire Darrell Bevell.
Assistant to the AGM?

canucks9314 wrote:
I would like to be involved in some capacity this year; probably not as GM, though.
Head Coach?

Bigjoe0075 wrote:
I'll offer input on picks and trades ect. but I'm super busy this year.
Offensive Coordinator/OL Coach?
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Okay I'll go with AAG. But I can't promise consistent availability.
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Who do you guys think should be on our trade block?
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Assuming they are all under contract

Cooper Helfet, TE
Lemeul Jean-Pierre, OC
Jermaine Kearse, WR
Tony McDaniel, DT
Russell Okung, OT
O'Brien Schofield, DE/LB
Tharold Simon, CB
Malcolm Smith, LB
Robert Turbin, RB

Are players i would consider as pieces to a trade. Okung, Smith and Kearse are players I think we can move on without and should look to trade.
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imani wrote:
Assuming they are all under contract

Cooper Helfet, TE
Lemeul Jean-Pierre, OC
Jermaine Kearse, WR
Tony McDaniel, DT
Russell Okung, OT
O'Brien Schofield, DE/LB
Tharold Simon, CB
Malcolm Smith, LB
Robert Turbin, RB

Are players i would consider as pieces to a trade. Okung, Smith and Kearse are players I think we can move on without and should look to trade.
So that brings up some good questions. Schofield, LJP, and Smith are FA's. Kearse is a RFA

Restricted Free Agent (RFA) Tender Values wrote:
1st Round: $2,880,000
2nd Round: $2,020,000
Original Round: $1,330,000


ERFAs
SEA: Ricardo Lockette, WR ($585,000)
SEA: Deshawn Shead, S ($585,000)
SEA: David Gilreath, WR ($585,000)

RFAs
SEA: Jermaine Kearse (WR), Greg Scruggs (DE), Stephen Schilling (OG), Michael Morgan (LB), Bryan Walters (WR)

I believe we should put a 2nd round tender on Kearse. I'm not a huge fan of his, but for 2M we're not going to get better options at WR and it is only for a year. I also think Lockette and Shead are worth the 585K to keep them for a year.

So your list is now:

Cooper Helfet, TE
Tony McDaniel, DT
Russell Okung, OT
Tharold Simon, CB
Robert Turbin, RB

I wouldn't be upset if we traded any of these guys. What are we hoping to get out of them?

Do we think Bailey is a viable starter at LT?

Are we going to get anything for Simon when he can hopefully still develop more?
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