Originally Posted by DDNYjets
The Harris contract might be worse than Sanchez one. Although I think Sanchez was only given $800k more and we were screwed even before the "extension".
Tanny must go.
Harris strikes me as a guy who will restructure, and given the way tanny work(s)(ed) the cap- I imagine it has highs (like this year) and lows in that contract. I imagine Harris has a lot of his initial money out of the way (pure speculation based on tanny).
Brick is a LT, you need that on any team- rebuilding or not. Cromartie is playing like a top corner, and is a surprising leader- wouldn't move him (as stated in the article)
The bad contracts are the early guarantees, clearly Sanchez and Holmes deals. Moving on from Sanchez (and Sparano) may make Holmes ok for another year. However, like Coles did- Sanchez and Holmes have the opportunity to take less and walk away early. Or, like Gholston- take less and stay (looking more towards Sanchez on this one...Holmes won't do this).
Sanchez has made a lot of money, and seems like a nice/humble kid- I don't think he walks away from $ to leave, but if no trade offer comes and he wants out- I think he would agree to less to get out. Pure speculation.
Two moves I also think may happen (if Ryan stays and new GM is an internal hire). Landry gauges market and re-signs, I think he likes the pitch count and veteran benefits Rex gives him (and we will give him market value). The next is- after we cut Pace, the chance he re-signs for a small deal to stay given that Rex likes his coverage skills (and not many teams will come to him with an offer) and replacing 2 OLBs in one offseason seems impossible.