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jetskid007


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Heet wrote:
Shonn Greene should not be cut or thought about being cut!

ALSO, Eric Smith should be kept this year. I know he is terrible at coverage but with the uncertainty of Jim Leonard, we should hang on to him for cheap.

Eric Smith did provide 89 total tackles, 2.5 sacks, 4 Pass Deflections, and 1 INT.....While these stats aren't the greatest....They're good. Might try him at SS next yer if Leonard can't go and get a true Ball Hawk in FA or draft



He holds a $3 million cap figure (not in real life, but according to FFMD) so there's no way we can keep him unless we're aloud to give him a pay reduction.

What are the rules regarding restructuring contracts? I already have a few ideas in mind that can save us $10-15 million for this year.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Really, cutting players just because they suck? We are not babies. Believe me dealing FA is not that easy as you are about to attenuate the roster.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Really, cutting players just because they suck? We are not babies. Believe me dealing FA is not that easy as you are about to attenuate the roster.


I'd rather draft a replacement and pay him $500,000 than keep Eric at his current salary (mind you no dead money attached). I personally like Eric Smith because I think he's tough and is a really good 46 safety when healthy, but not for $3 million.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey fellow FFMDers, just wanted to throw this out there:

Eagles 2012 Trade Block

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Asante Samuel, CB
DeSean Jackson, WR (Tag and Trade)
Winston Justice, OT
Mike Patterson, DT
Darryl Tapp, DE
Jamaal Jackson, C/OG


Please feel free to inquire with realistic offers for any of these players. Also, we will listen to any realistic offer for any player on our roster other than LeSean McCoy, Nnamdi Asomugha, and Trent Cole.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

edit.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

quietjets wrote:
Eagles_808 wrote:
Hey fellow FFMDers, just wanted to throw this out there:

Eagles 2012 Trade Block

Quote:
Asante Samuel, CB
DeSean Jackson, WR (Tag and Trade)
Winston Justice, OT
Mike Patterson, DT
Darryl Tapp, DE
Jamaal Jackson, C/OG


Please feel free to inquire with realistic offers for any of these players. Also, we will listen to any realistic offer for any player on our roster other than LeSean McCoy, Nnamdi Asomugha, and Trent Cole.


add salary to each, please.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

quietjets wrote:
jetskid007 wrote:
quietjets wrote:
Really, cutting players just because they suck? We are not babies. Believe me dealing FA is not that easy as you are about to attenuate the roster.


I'd rather draft a replacement and pay him $500,000 than keep Eric at his current salary (mind you no dead money attached). I personally like Eric Smith because I think he's tough and is a really good 46 safety when healthy, but not for $3 million.


If we play 7 round mock, sure.

3m for Smith is not a problem but I think we can cut and then re-sign him back for cheap if it is not against the FFMD rule.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think I would like to know what kind of offense and defense do you guys want Jets to utilize.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Depth Chart

Salary Cap : 120.095

Cap room: -4.905







OFFENSE and SPECIAL TEAM: (23)


Code:
 

Position....   Starter   
   
QB.....   Mark Sanchez
RB.....   Shonn Greene
FB......   John Conner
TE......   Dustin Keller
WR.......   Santoino Holmes
WR.......   Pierre Garcon
LT.......   D'Brickashaw Ferguson
LG......   Caleb Schlauderaff
C.......   Nick Mangold
RG.......   Matt Slauson
RT.......   Vladimir Ducasse
PK.......   Travis Baltz
P.......   
LS......   Tanner Purdum





OFFENSIVE RESERVES:


Code:

      
Position....   Reserve   
      
WR.......   Jeremy Kerley
TE/FB....   Josh Baker
C......   Taylor Boggs
TE......   Jeff Cumberland
OT......   Austin Howard
QB.....   Greg McElroy
RB/WR.....   Joe McKnight
WR......   Logan Payne
RB......   Bilal Powell
WR.....   Eron Riley

                  






DEFENSE: (25)


Code:
 

Position.....   Starter      

LE.......   Muhammad Wilkerson
NT.........   Sione Pouha
RE.......   Mike DeVito
SOLB......   Calvin Pace
SILB.......   Nick Bellore
MILB.......   David Harris
PR.......   Aaron Maybin
DCB......   Antonio Cromartie
SS.......   Kyle Wilson
FS........    Michael Huff.
SHCB......   Darrelle Revis





DEFENSIVE RESERVES:


Code:


Position....   Reserve   

FS........   Tracy Wilson                  
ILB.........   Matthias Berning
DL........   Kenrick Ellis
CB........   Ellis Lankster
ILB........   Josh Mauga
DL........   Ropati Pitoitua
CB.......   Julian Posey
OLB........   Ricky Sapp
NT........   Martin Tevaseu
CB/ST......   Isaiah Trufant
DE.......   Marcus Dixon
LB.......   Garrett McIntyre
CB......      Marquice Cole
LB.......      Jamal Westerman



ACQUISITION: (0)




RELEASE/TRADE AWAY: (16)



Code:



Position....   Player  _______ SAVING

S........   Eric Smith   _______3.000
SILB.......   Bart Scott   _______2.95
FS.......   Gerald Alexander   _______0.700
OLB........   Eddie Jones   _______0.390
WR.....   Royce Adams   _______   0.390
G........   Trevor Canfield   _______   0.390
WR......   DaMarcus Ganaway   _______   0.390
RB......   John Griffin   _______   0.390
T......   Wayne Hunter   _______   2.450
WR/ST.....   Dexter Jackson   _______   0.540
T......   Dennis Landolt   _______   0.390
G......   Matt Kroul   _______   0.465
G/Trade....   Brandon Moore   _______   2.750
P.......   T.J. Conley   _______   0.465
WR......   Michael Campbell   _______   0.390
TE......   Dedrick Epps   _______   0.465






TRANSACTIONS:



RE-SIGNED wrote:

Sione Pouha
Nose Tackle
3 years, $14 million ($3 million signing bonus), $7.5 million guaranteed


2012 - $2M base [guaranteed], $1M signing bonus - $3 million cap hit
2013 - $4M base [$2.5 million guaranteed], $1M SB - $5 million cap hit
2014 - $4M base, $1M SB, $1M roster bonus - $6 million cap hit




TRADE wrote:


Lions trade:

3rd rdp.
----------------
Jets trade:

OG Brandon Moore - 2.750 Saving
5th rdp
7th rdp


Lions have agreed to this trade.





TRADE wrote:


Seahawks Trade
#211 (7th round)

Jets Trade
#178
LB Bart Scott - 2.95 Saving
Conditional 2013 5th*

*If Scott does not start the 2012 regular season with Seahawks, 2013 5th is rewarded



TRADE wrote:


Jets 3rd round pick - #23 (From Detroit)
Jets 7th round pick - #18 (from Oakland)


FOR


Michael Huff 4M cap hit




RESTRUCTURE wrote:
D'Brickashaw Ferguson
Left Tackle

Restructured Contract Offer: Convert $6,000,000 of Ferguson's 2012 base salary ($9,985,000) into a Signing Bonus.

(6 years left on his contract)
Yr 1 - $3.985M salary, $1M signing bonus [$4.985M cap hit]
Yr 2 - 2013 base + $1M signing bonus
Yr 3 - 2014 base + $1M signing bonus
Yr 4 - 2015 base + $1M signing bonus
Yr 5 - 2016 base + $1M signing bonus
Yr 6 - 2017 base + $1M signing bonus


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah I would love to see Wayne Hunter & Eric Smith cut. The only reason why smith has those tackles is because who ever he was covering caught the ball . So he had to make the tackle.
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Julian Posey and Ricky Sapp are both players I could see contributing to this team. Julian Posey has the makings of a great special teams player and could turn into a decent dime back. Sapp has a ton of potential as a pass rusher if he is able to stay healthy. He has the perfect measurables to play rush linebacker, but he also is the fluid athlete it takes to be good in coverage.

In terms of which players to release, Eric Smith and Wayne Hunter are no brainers to me. Cutting both of them will save almost 6 million in cap space with neither of them having any dead cap hit.

Other players to consider releasing are Brandon Moore, Mike DeVito, Bart Scott, and Santonio Holmes. For the sake of this FFMD-12 it does not make sense to cut either Holmes or Scott due to the fact that there dead cap hit probably won't decrease depending the new contract that they would sign. I asked the mod running FFMD and he said that probably won't happen but he will let me know. I do however think we should stick both Santonio Holmes and Bart Scott on the trade back, everyone agree?

I am also leaning towards not cutting DeVito or Moore because the hole it would create at there respective position is not worth the amount of money we would be saving on there contracts.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BlaZeN37 wrote:
Julian Posey and Ricky Sapp are both players I could see contributing to this team. Julian Posey has the makings of a great special teams player and could turn into a decent dime back. Sapp has a ton of potential as a pass rusher if he is able to stay healthy. He has the perfect measurables to play rush linebacker, but he also is the fluid athlete it takes to be good in coverage.

In terms of which players to release, Eric Smith and Wayne Hunter are no brainers to me. Cutting both of them will save almost 6 million in cap space with neither of them having any dead cap hit.

Other players to consider releasing are Brandon Moore, Mike DeVito, Bart Scott, and Santonio Holmes. For the sake of this FFMD-12 it does not make sense to cut either Holmes or Scott due to the fact that there dead cap hit probably won't decrease depending the new contract that they would sign. I asked the mod running FFMD and he said that probably won't happen but he will let me know. I do however think we should stick both Santonio Holmes and Bart Scott on the trade back, everyone agree?

I am also leaning towards not cutting DeVito or Moore because the hole it would create at there respective position is not worth the amount of money we would be saving on there contracts.



If we do move him, The only thing I can see us doing with Bart is package him with a late round pick like a 5th, and trade him for a pick in the 4th round if anyone would take him.

I agree about Moore & Devito. I would try to maybe restructure Moore's deal. I don't know the specifics on Devito's deal.
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Hello. I'm Tyty. You probably haven't heard of me.

But I'm the Assistant GM for the Bears.

Wanna talk trades? Get at me.

This is Tyty

This is BEARS24, our GM.

This is our war room
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BlaZeN37 wrote:
Julian Posey and Ricky Sapp are both players I could see contributing to this team. Julian Posey has the makings of a great special teams player and could turn into a decent dime back. Sapp has a ton of potential as a pass rusher if he is able to stay healthy. He has the perfect measurables to play rush linebacker, but he also is the fluid athlete it takes to be good in coverage.

In terms of which players to release, Eric Smith and Wayne Hunter are no brainers to me. Cutting both of them will save almost 6 million in cap space with neither of them having any dead cap hit.

Other players to consider releasing are Brandon Moore, Mike DeVito, Bart Scott, and Santonio Holmes. For the sake of this FFMD-12 it does not make sense to cut either Holmes or Scott due to the fact that there dead cap hit probably won't decrease depending the new contract that they would sign. I asked the mod running FFMD and he said that probably won't happen but he will let me know. I do however think we should stick both Santonio Holmes and Bart Scott on the trade back, everyone agree?

I am also leaning towards not cutting DeVito or Moore because the hole it would create at there respective position is not worth the amount of money we would be saving on there contracts.



Saving = cap hit - salary. Is that right?



How do you plan to bolster S with this given DC?
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