Manage the cap from fanspeak


#1

5 SUMMARY AFTER FREE AGENCY
DETROIT LIONS Change Team >>
Salary Cap: 177,200,000
Player Salaries: 152,615,087
Dead Money: 165,295

Carryover: 5,250,000
Reserved for Draft Picks: 5,000,000
Cap Space Remaining: 24,669,618

ROSTER
SIGNED PLAYERS
Name Position Cap Hit
Mark Ingram RB 4,287,500
Dee Ford EDGE 4,375,000
Trey Flowers EDGE 4,666,666
C.J. Mosley LB 4,812,500
Ramon Foster G 4,900,000
Lamarcus Joyner S 6,300,000
Demarcus Lawrence EDGE 10,200,000
REST OF ROSTER
Name Position Cap Hit
Damon Harrison DL 5,400,000
Matt Stafford QB 29,500,000
Darius Slay CB 15,400,000
Marvin Jones WR 8,100,000
Devon Kennard LB 5,725,000
Nevin Lawson CB 5,275,000
Tavon Wilson S 3,825,000
Taylor Decker OT 3,489,493
Matt Prater K 3,400,000
Sam Martin P 3,000,000
Jarrad Davis LB 2,991,660
A’Shawn Robinson DL 1,665,249
Kerryon Johnson RB 1,478,113
Teez Tabor CB 1,315,357
Graham Glasgow C 896,855
Kenny Golladay WR 855,706
Jalen Reeves-Maybin LB 798,273
Tracy Walker S 790,497
Da’Shawn Hand DL 740,491
Jamal Agnew CB 709,594
Jeremiah Ledbetter DL 681,043
Tyrell Crosby OT 641,921
Nick Bawden FB 591,051
ACTIONS
CUT
Name Position
Ricky Wagner OT
T.J. Lang G
Glover Quin S
Theo Riddick RB
Christian Jones LB
Kenny Wiggins G
Miles Killebrew S
Michael Roberts TE
Joe Dahl G
Anthony Zettel DL
Dwayne Washington RB
Tion Green RB
Andy Jones WR
Jace Billingsley WR
Toby Johnson DL
RESTRUCTURED
Name Position
TRANSITION TAGGED
Name Position
FRANCHISE TAGGED
Name Position
SIGNED
Name Position
Mark Ingram RB
Dee Ford EDGE
Trey Flowers EDGE
C.J. Mosley LB
Ramon Foster G
Lamarcus Joyner S
Demarcus Lawrence EDGE

Salary Cap figures are provided by OvertheCap.com.
NFL Free Agency Data Updates

8: R1P8
CB GREEDY WILLIAMS
LSU
43: R2P11
CB DEANDRE BAKER
GEORGIA
88: R3P24
WR LIL’JORDAN HUMPHRY
TEXAS
111: R4P9
TE T.J. HOCKENSON
IOWA
147: R5P8
RB JUSTICE HILL
OKLAHOMA STATE
186: R6P11
WR HUNTER RENFOW
CLEMSON
202: R6P27
OT MITCH HYATT
CLEMSON
226: R7P10
S LUKAS DENIS
BOSTON COLLEGE
236: R7P20
WR GREG DORTCH
WAKE FOREST
TEAM DRAFT from Fanspeak.

Just my first try.


#2

The numbers for Ford Flowers and Moseley look waaaaaaayyyyyy under where they are projected to come in. Each is looking at 12 to 14 aav. I get you can do some signing bonus magic, but it doesnt seem at all realistic. Would I like it? Yup.


#3

Honestly if we can sign just one real difference maker in FA and then hit on one in the draft I will be very happy.


#4

What can I say, it was a shot. Here’s another shot.
8: R1P8
DL QUINNEN WILLIAMS
ALABAMA
43: R2P11
CB DEANDRE BAKER
GEORGIA
88: R3P24
EDGE D’ANDRE WALKER
GEORGIA
111: R4P9
RB ELIJAH HOLYFIELD
GEORGIA
147: R5P8
WR HUNTER RENFROW
CLEMSON
186: R6P11
G CODY FORD
OKLAHOMA
202: R6P27
TE IRV SMITH JR.
ALABAMA
226: R7P10
S JORDAN FULLER
OHIO ST
236: R7P20
S DAVID DOWELL
MICHIGAN STATE


#5

I’m against drafting a CB in the first two rounds. They take zo long to develop that it’s no longer worth it but the time comes to re-up with the team.

Just personal opinion.


#6

Thanks for the input.


#7

Joo got it mang!


#8

That last one was an excellent draft. I expect all three of them first three to be going in the first round. Walker has been rising into the first.


#9

I take just the opposite approach. I’d take a DB in the first 3 EVERY draft (something New England does often). You can’t have too many good DB’s. They are very expensive in free agency. It’s really hard to hide a bad DB. Opposing OC’s scheme against weak DBs.