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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 8:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lions Proposed Re-Structures.

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Kyle Vanden Bosch, Current Stage Of Current Deal.

(1 Year Left)

2013 $5 Million Base Salary (None Guaranteed) No Signing Bonus, $5 Million Cap Hit

Lions Propose New 2 Year Deal.

2013 $1 Million Base Salary (500K Guaranteed) $1 Million Prorated Signing Bonus, Cap Hit $2 Million

2014 $2 Million Base Salary, $1 Million Prorated Signing Bonus, $3 Million Cap Hit.

Dominic Raiola Current Stage Of Current Deal.

(1 Year Left)

2013 Base Salary Of $4,050,000, (None Guaranteed) No Signing Bonus, Cap Hit Of $4,050,000

Lions Propose New 2 Year Deal.

2013 Base Salary $500K (All Guaranteed) Prorated Signing Bonus $1 Million, Cap Hit $1.5 Million

2014 Base Salary $1 Million ($500k Guaranteed) Prorated Signing Bonus $1 Million, Cap Hit $2 Million

34 Year old Raiola gets another year to finish his career with Detroit, sacrifices a little money (500k), to get more Guaranteed .(

Matthew Stafford

Current Deal 2 Years Left

2013 Base Salary $14,118,750 Million ($2.118,750 Million Guaranteed) $3,640,000 Signing Bonus, Cap Hit $17,758,750

2014 Base Salary $13,118,750 Million ($2,118,750 Million Guaranteed) No Signing Bonus Cap Hit $13,118,750

Lions Propose New 6 Year $88 Million Contract, ($48 Million Guaranteed) For Their Star QB.

2013 Base Salary $5 Million ($4 Million Guaranteed) Signing Bonus $6 Million Cap Hit $11 Million

2014 Base Salary $7 ($3 Million Guaranteed) Million Signing Bonus $7 Million Cap Hit $14 Million

2015 Base Salary $8 Million Signing Bonus $7 Million Cap Hit $15 Million

2016 Base Salary $8 Million Signing Bonus $7 Million Cap Hit $15 Million

2017 Base Salary $9 Million Signing Bonus $7 Million Cap Hit $16 Million

2018 Base Salary $10 Million Signing Bonus $7 Million Cap Hit $17 Million

(Incentives Include Playing In All 16 Games In Any Season $1 Million Bonus.

Pro Bowl Nominee In Any Season $1 Million Bonus.

5000 Yards Passing $2 Million Bonus In Any Season.)

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 9:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If we are going to stay on schedule and start FA by the 15th should we start taking about doubling up on teams? That way we have the time to get to know the other teams’ rosters and needs as well as resign FAs and the likes.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Guys I will get my Resigns and Re-structures tomorrow when I fly into Florida
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Madmike90 wrote:
If we are going to stay on schedule and start FA by the 15th should we start taking about doubling up on teams? That way we have the time to get to know the other teams’ rosters and needs as well as resign FAs and the likes.


I'd extend it TBH, a lot of the people that are signed up still havent done their re-signings and restructures nevermind the vacant teams, and with only 2days left, its going to be tight doing your own AND learning a new team etc.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

EnglishLion20 wrote:
Madmike90 wrote:
If we are going to stay on schedule and start FA by the 15th should we start taking about doubling up on teams? That way we have the time to get to know the other teams’ rosters and needs as well as resign FAs and the likes.


I'd extend it TBH, a lot of the people that are signed up still havent done their re-signings and restructures nevermind the vacant teams, and with only 2days left, its going to be tight doing your own AND learning a new team etc.


I agree... and for me TBH, I don't have an interest in taking on another team. If this were a "make a handful of moves and then draft" kind of thing, that's perhaps a different story. But I don't have the time or inclination to sort through another team's cap numbers, FA dealings, etc.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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EnglishLion20 wrote:
Madmike90 wrote:
If we are going to stay on schedule and start FA by the 15th should we start taking about doubling up on teams? That way we have the time to get to know the other teams’ rosters and needs as well as resign FAs and the likes.


I'd extend it TBH, a lot of the people that are signed up still havent done their re-signings and restructures nevermind the vacant teams, and with only 2days left, its going to be tight doing your own AND learning a new team etc.


I agree... and for me TBH, I don't have an interest in taking on another team. If this were a "make a handful of moves and then draft" kind of thing, that's perhaps a different story. But I don't have the time or inclination to sort through another team's cap numbers, FA dealings, etc.


I don't mind taking another team on or if we extend the time scale with time getting tight...whatever jch decides is cool with me.
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PLAYER RE-SIGNINGS

Packers extend the following offer to Greg Jennings

We realize Mr. Jennings will be 30 once this contract begins, so we're looking to make a deal that neither sides will regret. We look to you to be the leader of this receiving corp and stay here for the remainder of your career. So with that being said, we are offering Greg a 6 year 42 million dollar contract with 24 million being guaranteed.

2013 = 7M (5M guaranteed)
2014 = 7M (5M guaranteed)
2015 = 10M (6M guaranteed)
2016 = 7M (6M guaranteed)
2017 = 5M (2M guaranteed)
2018 = 6M (none guaranteed)

Packers extend the following offer to TJ Lang.

We love the tandem of Mr. Lang and Josh on the inside. We feel TJ is an above average guard with potential for pro bowls. We look at the deal we recently gave Josh Sitton and propose a similar deal to TJ, with a slight reduction in the money. With that being said we propose a 5 year 28 million dollar contract with 14 million being guarenteed

2013 = 6m (4m guaranteed)
2014 = 7m (6m guaranteed)
2015 = 3m (3m guarenteed)
2016 = 6m (1m guaranteed)
2017 = 6m (none guaranteed)

Packers extend the following offer to Brett Goode

Goode has been a very consistent LS for us. With that being said we would like to propose a 3 year 3million dollar contract with 1.5 million being guaranteed.

2013 = 1m (500k guaranteed)
2014 = 1m (500k guaranteed)
2015 = 1m (500k guaranteed)

Packers extend the following offer to Donald Driver

Driver has made it well known that he wants to play until he's 40. He's been a true professional during his tenure in Green Bay, so we would like to reward him with a 1 year 1 million dollar contract being completely guaranteed.

2013 = 1m (1m guaranteed)

RFA DECISIONS

Packers place a 1st Round tender on Sam Shields

Packers place a 2nd Round tender on Tim Masthay

Packers place an original round tender on Tom Crabtree

PACKER RE-STRUCTURES

Aj Hawk has been a "glue" member of the Packers defense for almost a decade. While he's been consistent he's certainly not worthy of his current contract. Which is why we are asking for Mr. Hawk to take a slight deduction in pay. We feel the new contract better represents what AJ brings to the team as far as value.

AJ Hawk current deal

2013= 7.1m
2014= 5.7m
2015= 6.2m

New deal for AJ = 4 year deal 22m with 10m being guaranteed

2013 = 5m (4m guaranteed)
2014 = 6m (4m guaranteed)
2015 =6m (2m guaranteed)
2016 = 5m (none guaranteed)


For the past three years Clay has been the Packers pass rush by himself. We love what Clay brings to our defense and would like to get his deal done as soon as possible. So we would like to offer the following contract to Mr.Matthews...

Clay Matthews current deal

2013 = 2.6m

New deal for Clay = 6 year deal 58m with 40m being guaranteed

2013 = 9m (8m guaranteed)
2014 = 9m (8m guaranteed)
2015 = 14m (12 guaranteed)
2016 = 10m (6m guaranteed)
2017 = 9m (4m guaranteed)
2018 = 7m (2m guaranteed)


Aaron Rodgers current deal

2013 = 12.4m
2014 = 10.5m

Aaron Rodgers is the best player in the NFL and is the face of the franchise. We feel we can trust Aaron to put this team in a position for a championship each year. We would like to offer Aaron an 8 year 146m deal with 106m being guaranteed.

2013 = 20m (20m guaranteed)
2014 = 25m (20m guaranteed)
2015 = 18m (16m guaranteed)
2016 = 20m (10m guaranteed)
2017 = 16m (10m guaranteed)
2018 = 16m (10m guaranteed)
2019 = 16m (10m guaranteed)
2020 = 16m (10m guaranteed)
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 4:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bengals re-structure the contract of Jason Allen, CB

Current Deal:
2013 - Base Salary: 4.2 million

Re-structured deal:
2013 - Base Salary: 840k million + 1.12 million SB
2014 - Base Salary: 1.5 million + 1.12 million SB
2015 - Base Salary: 2 million + 1.12 million SB

Although Allen takes less money in this scenario, he is willing to do it because not doing it means he'll be getting cut and most likely will be signed for less than 4 million this year. This frees up a couple more million in cap space for the Bengals, which will allow them to start extending some key players' contracts.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Due to his love for the game and team, Justin Smith has decided to play for free (practically)... so he doesn't wish to take his base pay of 7.5 million home with him.

New cap figures to come...



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The Cincinnati Bengals cut the following:

Jamal Anderson (2.5 million base salary - 1.2 million guaranteed)

+1.3 million cap space
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 7:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oldman9er wrote:
Due to his love for the game and team, Justin Smith has decided to play for free (practically)... so he doesn't wish to take his base pay of 7.5 million home with him.

New cap figures to come...



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Wonder if Julius Peppers would do this with his $12.9 million Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 9:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fellas (any gals?)... let's extend the restructuring and signing period until after franchise signings can be done. (Brees got his $$$ as did Tyvon Branch.)

This will give some folks who didn't have time before plus we can recruit some GMs who are participating in other sims as those should be coming to a close soon.

The original plan was for this sim to be done before training camp opened. Since that is not going to happen, I think it is ok to slow things down to add some interested folks who didn't have time before and also spend some time with the contracts (because I know those can get complicated).

Thoughts?
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jch1911 wrote:
Fellas (any gals?)... let's extend the restructuring and signing period until after franchise signings can be done. (Brees got his $$$ as did Tyvon Branch.)

This will give some folks who didn't have time before plus we can recruit some GMs who are participating in other sims as those should be coming to a close soon.

The original plan was for this sim to be done before training camp opened. Since that is not going to happen, I think it is ok to slow things down to add some interested folks who didn't have time before and also spend some time with the contracts (because I know those can get complicated).

Thoughts?


I would say slow it down a little…in the past Mocks that have been slowed down too much tend to ground to a halt and the people who are involved lose interest.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 6:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Restructure Contracts

Josh Freeman
Current Contract 5 Years 26 Million 10.245 Guaranteed
New Contract 5 Years 50 Million 25 Guaranteed

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Current Contract
2013 Base Salary - 8,430,000 Signing Bonus 2,000,000 Cap Hit 10,430,000



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New Contract
2013 Base Salary - 2,000,000 Signing Bonus 1,500,000 Cap Hit 3,500,000
2014 Base Salary - 8,000,000 Signing Bonus 4,000,000 Cap Hit 12,000,000
2015 Base Salary - 10,000,000 Signing Bonus 6,500,000 Cap Hit 16,500,000
2016 Base Salary - 15,000,000 Signing Bonus 6,500,000 Cap Hit 21,500,000
2017 Base Salary - 15,000,000 Signing Bonus 6,500,000 Cap Hit 21,500,000


The reason for the restructure of Freeman is because of the bad year he showed last year. Yeah it was because of the coaches and everything but he needs to show what he can do with the new wepons that we got him in last FA (V-Jack,Carl Nicks) and in the Draft (Doug Martin). The contract gives more then he would be making this year next year. He will be getting 2 million more. He has dropped 45 pounds this offseason which is a good thing.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

xlfrosti wrote:
Restructure Contracts

Josh Freeman
Current Contract 5 Years 26 Million 10.245 Guaranteed
New Contract 5 Years 50 Million 25 Guaranteed

Quote:
Current Contract
2013 Base Salary - 8,430,000 Signing Bonus 2,000,000 Cap Hit 10,430,000



Quote:
New Contract
2013 Base Salary - 2,000,000 Signing Bonus 1,500,000 Cap Hit 3,500,000
2014 Base Salary - 8,000,000 Signing Bonus 4,000,000 Cap Hit 12,000,000
2015 Base Salary - 10,000,000 Signing Bonus 6,500,000 Cap Hit 16,500,000
2016 Base Salary - 15,000,000 Signing Bonus 6,500,000 Cap Hit 21,500,000
2017 Base Salary - 15,000,000 Signing Bonus 6,500,000 Cap Hit 21,500,000


The reason for the restructure of Freeman is because of the bad year he showed last year. Yeah it was because of the coaches and everything but he needs to show what he can do with the new wepons that we got him in last FA (V-Jack,Carl Nicks) and in the Draft (Doug Martin). The contract gives more then he would be making this year next year. He will be getting 2 million more. He has dropped 45 pounds this offseason which is a good thing.


I’m not sure this is a fair deal…that is a near as makes no difference $7 million dollar difference between his expected pay and your new offer…I understand that you’re paying in more in the 2nd year of the new deal that you are in his current contract but I just don’t see it as realistic for a player or agent to accept a $7 million dollar pay cut in one year…accepting $2 or $3 million less in the last year of a deal to get a new long term contract done yes…but I don’t think I have ever seen a contract where $7 million was wiped out of the last year to sign a new deal…

I don’t know what the other GMs think?
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