NFL 2021 Off-season and Free Agency Discussion

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Sven

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 6, 2006
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Current Salary Cap situation (including 2020 roll over) with a $180m cap (I know it's bound to go up)

1Jacksonville Jaguars
$74,618,517​
2New York Jets
$70,532,774​
3New England Patriots
$63,667,937​
4Indianapolis Colts
$48,877,543​
5Cincinnati Bengals
$40,596,188​
6Washington Football Team
$36,869,160​
7Denver Broncos
$34,669,390​
8Miami Dolphins
$30,628,922​
9Los Angeles Chargers
$28,966,398​
10Cleveland Browns
$24,743,158​
11Baltimore Ravens
$23,950,758​
12Tampa Bay Buccaneers
$22,784,114​
13Dallas Cowboys
$22,765,761​
14Carolina Panthers
$22,545,434​
15San Francisco 49ers
$15,448,360​
16Arizona Cardinals
$14,523,541​
17Seattle Seahawks
$9,449,004​
18Houston Texans
$5,272,133​
19New York Giants
$3,111,396​
20Buffalo Bills
-$1,130,657​
21Tennessee Titans
-$3,690,343​
22Detroit Lions
-$6,579,041​
23Chicago Bears
-$7,505,305​
24Minnesota Vikings
-$11,115,556​
25Las Vegas Raiders
-$14,722,636​
26Atlanta Falcons
-$16,686,845​
27Green Bay Packers
-$18,547,617​
28Pittsburgh Steelers
-$19,238,547​
29Kansas City Chiefs
-$23,068,877​
30Los Angeles Rams
-$30,230,627​
31Philadelphia Eagles
-$46,437,183​
32New Orleans Saints
-$70,576,484​
 

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A11dAtP0w3R

Enjoying my teams losses more than I should 😙
Oct 18, 2013
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Carolina Panthers. Zach Wilson.
McCafferty and 3 first round picks for Watson

Surely you would have to be tempted at that offer
Its a complete BS offer that David Newton made up on a ESPN show about bold predictions, now people are running with it as a legit thing.
 

Southerntakeover

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Feb 21, 2006
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The Eagles spent five draft picks to move into #2 to draft Wentz. Not to mention giving him a new $130m contract that theyre still gonna hurt from in getting rid of him ($33m dead money for 2021).

Precautionary tale against trading up for a QB. But I dont think that stops teams from continuing to do that. Not this years draft. But its bound to happen again and again, where a number of QBs in the first round bust.
We won a superbowl. Do it again in a heart beat.
 

Southerntakeover

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So in other words , injury is pretty much the only thing stopping this from becoming a first. Eagles have done pretty well all things considered imo.
That was kind of my feel.

Getting the worst quarterback in football off the books in a way that gives us two firsts next year isnt the worst we've done.
 

Demonic Ascent

Brownlow Medallist
Feb 21, 2006
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Its because NFL broadcasters cant let the announcers show any personality. Check out Ian Eagles interview on the Lebatard show from November.

I also love Joe Buck's pot brownie story from when he was getting hair plugs and ate some Brownies after and lost his mind.
Joe Buck reminds me of the guy from Vice Principals, the show Danny McBride did after Eastbound & Down
 

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GG.exe

Killer on the Road ™
Sep 6, 2005
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Steelers, Dolphins
Jimmy Garoppolo's $51.1 million over the final two years of his contract is not guaranteed.
The Athletic's Jeff Howe said if the Patriots acquired Garoppolo this offseason, they "could move on at any point. That would give them the freedom to still spend a high pick on a quarterback" in the upcoming NFL Draft. Howe added that "Garoppolo would be more valuable to the Patriots than anyone else, which is why I’d be surprised if the 49ers had many suitors." The Niners continue to insist the constantly-injured Garoppolo isn't available -- it's a transparent effort to gain leverage on the Patriots or another trade partner. Garoppolo, who started two games for the Pats in his three seasons with New England, would be familiar with the team's offense, giving him an edge on free agents signal callers. He would be a fantasy non-factor in the Patriots' skill-deficient offense.
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SOURCE: The Athletic
Feb 19, 2021, 10:01 AM ET
 

GG.exe

Killer on the Road ™
Sep 6, 2005
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Sam Darnold could be available for a team's second round pick.
The Jets are widely expected to use the No. 2 pick in the NFL Draft on Justin Fields or Zach Wilson, making Darnold expendable after Adam Gase nearly destroyed his career. League sources told SportsNet New York's Ralph Vacchiano that the Eagles trading Carson Wentz to the Colts for a third rounder and a conditional second rounder wouldn't change the Jets' asking price for Darnold. Vacchiano reports the Jets' asking price for their QB "has long been projected to be a second-round pick, plus maybe another mid-to-late rounder." Incredibly just 23 years old, Darnold could be an enticing target for a QB-needy team like Washington, who is reportedly interested in dealing for Darnold. It would be stunning if a team -- Washington or otherwise -- offered anything more than a second round pick for Darnold.
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SOURCE: SNY.tv
Feb 19, 2021, 9:13 AM ET
 

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