Originally Posted by sg3
If you research it you will find the more than a dozen posts detailing it for you
or take a look at the JI draft message board for further details
or just wait and see and you'll be very disappointed to find out that the Jets cap situation is a lot better than you think
I have never seen that claim that there will be $22 million after cuts next year from anyone.
So lol...just as I thought. Not a speck of football knowledge in you.
Now get back to your Tebow hating and name calling. It's all you know.
Edit: Here's recent post that explains it simply and that has not been disputed ASFAIK.....
Originally Posted by patman
My definition of cap hell is when a team has to cut a productive player in order to get under the cap. The jets do not need to cut any productive (IMO) players to get under. The two Smiths, Pace, Scott, and Pouha will save 32 mill
that will put them 12mill under the cap and when you figure in a 3 mill rollover from this years number you get 15 mill to play with, however about 6 of that will
be earmarked to the rookies so now you have 9mill before you need to rework contracts. They certainly do not have enough money to sign Landry, Keller but they can hold on to Howard, one of the guards, Bell before the rest has to be divided up into ten vet min spots of 500,000 each.