Salary Cap Space

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    You aholes just poisoned my excellent thread.  ATJ isn't the point of this thread to dream about who we can bring in? Have some fun, man.
    Posted by Getzo


    And I regret that my initial post somehow distracted from your point.
     
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    In Response to Re: Salary Cap Space : And I regret that my initial post somehow distracted from your point.
    Posted by ATJ


    Then turn the ship around about what FA you wanna bring in!

    IF YOU WERE GM< who would you 'want' to bring in?
     
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    In Response to Re: Salary Cap Space : Then turn the ship around about what FA you wanna bring in! IF YOU WERE GM< who would you 'want' to bring in?
    Posted by Getzo


    Mario Williams- but he'll be franchised. Also a WR. Any suggestions?
     
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    Re: Salary Cap Space

    OK,

    8.4 Million...

    What moves are teams actually allowed to make this late in the season?

    Pick up FA's, players on waivers, no doubt.

    I think the PAts could use an impact CB, LB i or o, WR



     
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    I now see the point of your thread; I did not at first.  Recognizing that I don't have the BB master plan to refer to my first 2 priorities would be:

    *re-sign Welker;
    *work something out with Andre Carter, 2 year deal maybe.

    After that, I'd like to see who, if anyone is available as a stud Safety to pair up with Chung. 

     
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    Pure speculation on my part, but I believe the $8M+ cap space is so that they can get Welker and some other vets extended, because having that much space also gives them some leeway to sign other team's FAs once the Pats non-tender or release some of their own guys, which happens every offseason.
     
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    I now see the point of your thread; I did not at first.  Recognizing that I don't have the BB master plan to refer to my first 2 priorities would be: *re-sign Welker; *work something out with Andre Carter, 2 year deal maybe. After that, I'd like to see who, if anyone is available as a stud Safety to pair up with Chung. 
    Posted by ATJ


    Excellent post, and thanks for chimming in. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Salary Cap Space : Mario Williams- but he'll be franchised. Also a WR. Any suggestions?
    Posted by shenanigan


    Draft a WR high(NO first round pick).... try to get Mario Williams.. sign Carter for sure. 

    Extend Welker.

    Do everything within reason to get Cortalnd Finnegan to shore up the secondary. 

    Draft a safety(Third round).

    Draft a Pass-rusher with our Number 1.

    Trade down our 2nd, of 2nd round picks, to a possible 1st next year?  Just to add a BB touch to my ideas. 
     
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    I am wondering if the space is even greater next year, with regards to how they structured Brady, WIlfork and Mankins's deals.
    Posted by RidingWithTheKing


    Not to mention all the one year guys coming off the books. 
     
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    2012 Patriots Draft Picks

    This is the list of the Patriots draft picks going into the 2012 NFL Draft:

    Updated: July 28th, 2011

    1st Round
    1st Round (New Orleans)
    2nd Round (Oakland)
    2nd Round
    3rd Round
    4th Round

    Picks traded away:

    7th Round – (KC – Jarrad Page)
    7th Round – (MIN – Randy Moss)
    6th Round – (PHI – Tracy White)
    5th Round – (CIN – Chad Ochocinco)

     
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    I wonder if this is the year that BB uses that 2nd 1st rounder.
     
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    Yeah but do the Pats make picks or tradem out again?  I'd like to see them use 3 out the first 4 picks... and trade out the 4th rounder with one of the top 4 to move up into the following years draft...

    Try and get 4 solid players from this draft.  Dline(Pass-Rusher), WR, Safety, CB.. no specific order, but that would be a solid one I think.   
     
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    In Response to Re: Salary Cap Space : I am down with all those ideas... my plan exactly... except that Williams will be franchised and/or extended for more than we can afford. Finnegan, Goldson, Roth and Eddie Royal in free agency. WR Michael Floyd and DE/DT Devon Still in the 1st rd. A pass rusher at OLB in rd 2  and a trade for a 1st rd in '13 is ok with me. Safety and Center in rd 3 and 4.
    Posted by rameakap


    Let's start a petition and send it to BB!
     
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    In Response to Re: Salary Cap Space : you got it Delonte I'd be happy with one solid secondary starter signed in free agency and just using all 6 picks we have in the four rounds they are currently located in. but what I really want is 3-4 starters in free agency, and move up and trade some future picks to get talent now and manage to draft 5 guys in the 25-85 range.
    Posted by rameakap


    I hear ya, but you know that won't happen... I'd be happy with 3 outa 4 from the draft.
     
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    In Response to Re: Salary Cap Space : hahaha hey there 'fellow' your 'opinion' was a sarcastic comment that you'd 'be sure to e-mail bill what we talk about here' if you want to post that garbage when we all enjoy talking here... its what a forum is for... then you might as well not show up get off your high horse and show you know a d@mn about the sport while not insulting those here who do... or don't show up at all tool
    Posted by rameakap


    I'll be sure to clear all future posts with you in advance.  In the meantime KMA.
     
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    Re: Salary Cap Space

    They will need to upgrrade their D front 7. I do not see these DEs as long term answers due to age. There is also little depth. The Pats will need good DEs that can rush the passer and stop the run. The next Seymour would be a bit to ask for but they should be trying to get someone (draft or FA) who can put the  on their back at times. Similarly we need OLBs. Nink is doing a good job. Hard to be sure how much of an upside but I like him. I suspect IF the rest of the D is good enough he will be better than his raw talent. If the rest of the D is not his weaknesses will show up. I would like to see the next Willie McGinest. Again, maybe too much to ask for but that is what they should be shooting for, looking for.

    Of course safety and CB are always a need. Especially now.

    Connolly has been pretty good at C but he has had some bad games too. It would be nice to have a stud there. So upgrade to C would be very welcome. The otehr O issue is of course a #1 WR.

    I would like to see those spots filled as best they can. Last year BB upgraded the quality and depth at OT and OG and RB (Vereen, Ridley, Solder, Cannon). The year before he cover TE (Gronk, Hernandez and Crumpler). THis coming year maybe one or two of the DE, LB, CB, S, C, #1 WR issues. My hope is to start with the front 7 on D and then cover one or two of the others in draft or FA depending on best talent available rather than picking which position they wish to fill (for example get a really good safety instead of a half decent WR).

    And I never get tired of them trading up a round into the next year 9turnign a 3rd into a 2nd, etc). Also like the idea of giving up a 1st for two picks unless a critical player is available. That was how we got Gronk... and he is all world. Blocking, catching, yards after catch, attitude... safety net for Brady... especially when Welker is focus of D.
     
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