Another DT on on the FA market

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    Another DT on on the FA market

    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter 6m

    Raiders announced they released DT Tommy Kelly.

     
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    He's only 32 years old....I like his size and prior production. Would he take a contract that pays him as a rotational player? I don't think the Pats can pay much more given the cap situation and other needs. 

     
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    The Pats don't have room left, they're going to want to use the money they have left on the draft. 

     

    Worst of all, we're not going to get a real draft. BB is going to trade down to pick up a 4,5 and 6. 

     
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    Adam schefter just reported this???? This was on rotoworld LAST NIGHT...

    Id take a flyer on kelly. He could come cheap and be a good to great player next to vince. Kelly was was a pro-bowl alternate in 2010 so he is capable of being a quality player.

     
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    The Pats don't have room left, they're going to want to use the money they have left on the draft. 

     

    Worst of all, we're not going to get a real draft. BB is going to trade down to pick up a 4,5 and 6. 

     



    According to PFT they have 13.8 million in cap room left, which puts them 10th in the league in terms of available cap space.  Where are you getting they have no room??? 

     

     
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    The Pats don't have room left, they're going to want to use the money they have left on the draft. 

     

    Worst of all, we're not going to get a real draft. BB is going to trade down to pick up a 4,5 and 6. 




    I just posted in the other thread we have aprox $12.9 million.

     
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    The Pats don't have room left, they're going to want to use the money they have left on the draft. 

     

    Worst of all, we're not going to get a real draft. BB is going to trade down to pick up a 4,5 and 6. 

     




    I just posted in the other thread we have aprox $12.9 million.

     



    That was before Vollmer

    They have about $10m left today, pending any other cuts or eextensions. If they keep their draft choices, they will need about $3.3 to sign them to slot. Leaves about $6.5....they usually like to carry around $4-5m....

     

     
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    yes, sign him and draft a Wr in the first round

     
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    In response to rkarp's comment:

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    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

     

    The Pats don't have room left, they're going to want to use the money they have left on the draft. 

     

    Worst of all, we're not going to get a real draft. BB is going to trade down to pick up a 4,5 and 6. 

     




    I just posted in the other thread we have aprox $12.9 million.

     

     



    That was before Vollmer

     

    They have about $10m left today, pending any other cuts or eextensions. If they keep their draft choices, they will need about $3.3 to sign them to slot. Leaves about $6.5....they usually like to carry around $4-5m....

     



    His estimate included Vollmer,www.patscap.com

    Last updated on March 27, 2013 12:45 PM EDT

    According to my figures the Patriots' 2013 cap figure is for $110,655,225 with 65 (64 active, 0 on Injured Reserve, 1 on Reserve/Non-NFI) players. I now believe that reserve players like Brian Waters do not count against the cap. I have the Patriots' 2013 dead money at $6,644,196. $110,655,225 + $6,644,196 = $117,299,421. The cap limit for the 2013 season is $123 million. The Patriots' adjusted cap number is $129,656,344. Therefore, I have the Patriots under their adjusted cap limit by about $12.4 million. On the 19th of March Greg Bedard tweeted that the Patriots are under their adjusted cap by $15,271,750 so my numbers were off by $164,827 at that time.

     
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    Re: Another DT on on the FA market

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    In response to jjdbrasil's comment:

     

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    The Pats don't have room left, they're going to want to use the money they have left on the draft. 

     

    Worst of all, we're not going to get a real draft. BB is going to trade down to pick up a 4,5 and 6. 

     




    I just posted in the other thread we have aprox $12.9 million.

     

     



    That was before Vollmer

     

    They have about $10m left today, pending any other cuts or eextensions. If they keep their draft choices, they will need about $3.3 to sign them to slot. Leaves about $6.5....they usually like to carry around $4-5m....

     

     



    Really Mister cap guru.. Then why was there an article TODAY on PFT that states the Pats have 13.8 million in cap room? 12.9M probably isnt that far off on what we actually have as i never take what they say in those articles as complete fact. 

     

     
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    The started focusing on him in 2012 because of his productive 2010 and 2011 seasons. Teams would have to choose on who to work on down the middle.

    If cost effective, this would work well because I don't think this is a health issue, just horrendous cap management issues with Carson Palmer refusing to restructure.

     



    The Raiders loss can be the pats gain.. :) When will the raiders finally figure it out?? Lol

     
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    The Raiders loss can be the pats gain.. :) When will the raiders finally figure it out?? Lol



    No disrespect to the Raiders or their fans but I hope never.  

     
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    The started focusing on him in 2012 because of his productive 2010 and 2011 seasons. Teams would have to choose on who to work on down the middle.

    If cost effective, this would work well because I don't think this is a health issue, just horrendous cap management issues with Carson Palmer refusing to restructure.

     

     



     

    The Raiders loss can be the pats gain.. :) When will the raiders finally figure it out?? Lol

     



    I don't know, but they overpaid Seymour in 2010 and then Tommy Kelly was the better DT.

     

    Sort of funny.

     

     



    Thats the raiders for ya. Adding Tommy to play nex to vince would be straight rediculous. Trying to move those two guys in the middle would be almost exactly what i was hoping for when BB got Albert Hayneworthless. 

     

     
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    I also don't think this guy is done either.  Seymour went down last year, so that allowed teams to double him on every play. Hence, the 1 sack.

    Look at his career numbers, even before Seymour's arrival.  About 4-5 sacks per year. From a DT, that's very good especially on a crappy team.



    2/ 5.5 mil would probably bring Kelly to new england. 

     
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    Carson Palmer just plain stinks.  Horrible trade.  If the bengals become relaveant then they can point to the Palmer trade as when it started.  

     
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    Carson Palmer just plain stinks.  Horrible trade.  If the bengals become relaveant then they can point to the Palmer trade as when it started.  



    true

     
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    12-10 million in cap isn't much in terms of the Pats. They like to keep spending cash for JIC type situations. 

     

    Subtract 5 million for those JIC type moments, then, subtract another 5 million for the draft...whatever's left is what the Pats will spend in FA now. 

     

    If we have 12.9, that's good, they can try to pick up Emmanuel Sanders or John Abraham with the 2.9 million. Sanders seems more likely, since Freeney and Abraham are looking for cash. If they have the 15,271,750 that Brasil suggested, I can see them making a few more moves in Free Agency. But my number has them at 11.1 million....

     

    And that's very little cap space. 

     
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    Carson Palmer just plain stinks.  Horrible trade.  If the bengals become relaveant then they can point to the Palmer trade as when it started.  



    Yea and them fleecing the raiders for 2 1st rounders for carson would be seen as the catalyst for the bengals becoming relevant. 

     
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    Re: Another DT on on the FA market

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    12-10 million in cap isn't much in terms of the Pats. They like to keep spending cash for JIC type situations. 

     

    Subtract 5 million for those JIC type moments, then, subtract another 5 million for the draft...whatever's left is what the Pats will spend in FA now. 

     

    If we have 12.9, that's good, they can try to pick up Emmanuel Sanders or John Abraham with the 2.9 million. Sanders seems more likely, since Freeney and Abraham are looking for cash. If they have the 15,271,750 that Brasil suggested, I can see them making a few more moves in Free Agency. But my number has them at 11.1 million....

     

    And that's very little cap space. 



    If BB wants someone it doesnt matter. He'll make it work.

     
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