Monthly Archives: February 2009

Griffith, Harris Cut. Chroncile Dead

News hit yesterday that Justin Griffith and Kwame Harris were cut. Harris came as an expected move, to clear a huge amount of cap space and finally put an end to what might be the best LT that couldn’t get

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Wilson, Edwards, Curry Cut

Shocking news today was the release of Gibril Wilson, Kalimba Edwards and Ronald Curry. Curry wasn’t a surprise at all, as his release had been speculated for weeks. Edwards was a bit of a shock, but with the depth of

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Clearing Up the Javon Walker Situation

There is obviously different ways these salary cap things are being computed. So let me simplify it by scenario and year. In millions, think of this as purely salary cap figures. Walker stays on the team in 2009:$5 Roster Bonus

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Asomugha Signs Lockout Friendly Contract

Guess what Raider fans? We locked up Asomugha for three years. Really, it is voidable after two seasons. Unless we pay him the higher of $16.8 million in 2011 or the franchise number for QBs. Here is the genius behind

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Lechler Staying, CJ Gets Modest Deal, Walker Should be Cut

Chris Johnson’s salary is modest for what people were expecting. Just a $3.85 million per year average salary. There is always at least a slight advantage to signing guys before they hit the market that were already on your team.

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Chris Johnson signs four year deal

Looks like we locked up one of the guys we really wanted to keep. That is Chris Johnson, the guy who jumped past probowler Hall and 2nd round selection Routt to play good football down the stretch. He got a

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  • @_HAM_24 For sure. Gut feeling though, I trust the top end of the running backs more than the mid-range WRs
    about 11 mins ago
  • @_HAM_24 I considered Riddick. Don't trust Sims.
    about 14 mins ago
  • @_HAM_24 Draft kings.
    about 20 mins ago
  • @_HAM_24 Depends on the QB. Carr uses so many guys, especially in the red zone. Sure, Cooper is a good play, but cost considerations too.
    about 22 mins ago
  • @_HAM_24 Is that a hard and fast rule?
    about 23 mins ago