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i live less than an hour away from tampa...i know tons of bucs fans here and the majority would like revis. they have nothing to do with the deal...they just want a high caliber corner....i like what the jets are doing...if they can't get a 1 then no deal.
Originally Posted by Untouchable
I've been glancing at a few different Buc boards over the past few days and the vast majority want nothing to do with him.
And why would they?
Why give up multiple picks and dish out a huge contract to a CB coming off ACL surgery when the FA market is littered with quality corners?
@ConorTOrr: Nothing official yet, but hearing the #jets may not be done moving $ around with player contracts. No pay cuts, just more restructuring.
@nyjetscap: @ConorTOrr Logical choices would be Mangold (has to be done by tomorrow 4PM) and maybe Harris.
@nyjetscap: @ConorTOrr People will hate this idea but they should rework Sanchez if they have any intention of spending money
Mark Sanchez- Of course I saved the best for last. I think we all agree that the dead money charge associated with cutting Sanchez, over $17 million in 2013, is simply unreasonable. In a prior posting I outlined the realistic trade market which is probably going to still hit us with $14 million in dead money. So the bottom line is that barring a miracle the Jets are stuck so we need to make the most out of a bad situation and do what we can to reduce his $12,853,125 cap charge. Now what I am going to propose is based on the thought that the Jets can not trade him this season.
I am going to reduce Sanchezí base salary to $715,000, give him the remaining $7.535 million in the form of a signing bonus and also fully guarantee and prorate his $500,000 workout bonus. What does this do? It reduces his 2013 cap charge to $6,826,875 while increasing his 2014 cap by $2,008,750. If a miracle happens and Sanchez is the man the added money onto the future cap is no big deal. If he stinks well the dead cap in 2014 rises from $4.8 million to $10,826,250. While that number is difficult it is far better than the $17+ million in 2013 if we release him. It gives us an avenue to actually release Mark in September if he simply canít play and becomes a distraction to the team. I like the idea of helping my team now and dealing with the dead money in 2014, which still represents a savings of his current 2014 cap number of $13.1 million.
Now if the Jets believe there is a trade market for Sanchez I would prorate less of the deal and have him keep around $3 million in salary that transfers to the trade partner. Under that scenario Sanchezí 2013 cap is $8,540,625 and the dead money in 2014 is now $9,112,500. As I type that out that may be more reasonable and a safer play, but that is a decision that the Jets have to make as it pertains to his perceived trade value. I think he is so damaged that a trade may be very difficult, so Idopt for more immediate cap room, but either is acceptable.
2013 Savings: $6.026250 million in Cap and $0 in Cash
2014 Savings: ($2.00875) million in Cap and $0 in Cash