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Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

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Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by FloMadden on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:23 am

Hey all, this will be my first season with you guys and i am very much looking forward to it, got a question though:

I think I screwed up with the capspace, I signed half of my players back and now only have about 600k capspace left... I have to sign the draftpicks, which will be a problem, and my kicker akers is also not under contract...

what can I do to free up cap space? should have thought about that earlier i guess Wink
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Re: Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by AfroDizzyMac on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:49 am

Most people will release 1 or 2 players to free up some cap space. For instance if you have an ageing expensive player or extra cover in a certain position, then choose which you can do without. Tough choices that we all have to go through! Smile
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Re: Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by RyanBendis on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:52 am

Hi and welcome to the League.

In my opinion you must Cut some Players. I think you can Cut players with a One Year Deal without a cap-Penalty.

Look at your roster and Cut Non-Starter-Player for more caproom.

But im not the expert for cap and xfn.
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Re: Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by jensua on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:58 am

what do we usually spend on rookies? oh and flo you are not the only one in cap hell!
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Re: Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by brza37 on Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:07 pm

I think last year first rounders were about 2.5-1 million per year depending on where you picked. 2nd rounders were between 1.2mill and 800k per year. The rest of the picks are between 400k-800k. So if you want to signall 7 picks then you will probably need about $6 million in cap space.

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Re: Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by Dazinkster on Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:06 pm

Looking at your roster I'd cut one of Gore or Hunter. You really don't need 2 RB's that are on that kind of money
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Re: Rookie Question - Free up some Cap Space

Post by FloMadden on Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:24 pm

thank you for all the replies!

yes I thought of that, too.. probably not that good of an idea to put that much money into the RB position
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