what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    well it dosent look like peppers,or taylor will be landing here.and you have to wonder how many draft picks will be used out of the 12 picks the pats have.and what about wilfork,mankins ect.do they get tagged next year?does a player get traded,or cut from the team?
     
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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    http://patscap.com/
     
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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    4.4 mill can buy you a few good rookies and thats about it.
     
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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    The articles in SI by Don Banks and Peter King about the possible labor issues are interesting...it explains the failure to re-sign the big ticket players coming up for free-agency. If next year is uncapped, it doesn't appear that the "poison pills" have any teeth against the owners: longer requirements for free-agency, more restrictions, etc. In this light, it makes the trade of Cassel even more fortunate.
     
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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    they had bill on sirius and he was saying its real possible to have some draft picks traded for 2010.with 4.4 million in cap room.i can see the reality in this happening.
     
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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    Of course. Some trades are coming. And not trading up necessarily. Although that could happen as well, but trading "out". Even packaging picks to move up doesn't reduce (much) the burden of signing players because a you move up so do salary demands.

    On the flipside, this is a great year to sign rookies, because you can legally sign them to long six year deals, instead of 5 and 4 (after the first round IIRC).
     
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    what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    with the $4.4M in cap space, you don't have to fit all the rookies in there. because of the top 51 salary cap rule, base salaries for only the top 51 cap hits count against the cap. so going by Miguel's site, those who count against the cap under about $467,280 will only have their normal cost of bonuses count against the cap and those over it will count fully against the cap but drop someone who has a base salary of $460K under the cap (except when Wilhite drops under it, which would only give relief of $385K, according Miguel's site).
     
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    The pats are bringing in a lot of defensive players to look at.if they were to draft the positions that will be free agents next season.im wondering who will be gone next season.which makes me think if they are not gonna keep any certain players after this season,why not trade them,and get what you can now?
     
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    Re: what can 4.4 million in cap space buy?

    See some draft day trades, bunch of picks, and wouldn't be surprised if we release some players for salary cap reasons like a Ben Watson (first name to come to mind).
     
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