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Tag: salary cap

All Entries Tagged With: "salary cap"

Packers Reportedly Are Only $5 Million Under the Salary Cap Limit

Packers Reportedly Are Only $5 Million Under the Salary Cap Limit

The Packers Reportedly Are Only $5 Million Under the Salary Cap Limit.

Avoiding the Albatross

Avoiding the Albatross

How to Avoid the Albatross Contract.

Salary Cap Increase Reportedly will be Less Than Anticipated

Salary Cap Increase Reportedly will be Less Than Anticipated

Ian Rapoport has reported that the NFL salary cap will rise to $188.2 million for the 2019 season.  Many pundits had expected it to rise to $190...

Are Free Agents Overpriced, Under-Performing Additions?

Are Free Agents Overpriced, Under-Performing Additions?

Signing free agents makes sense for a team that needs talent

Finding the Right Unicorns in Free Agency

Finding the Right Unicorns in Free Agency

Finding the right unicorns in free agency.

Eric Reid Signing Could Negatively Impact the Packers

Eric Reid Signing Could Negatively Impact the Packers

Eric Reid's new contract may make signing a free agent safety more expensive for the Packers.            

NFL Contracts Dead Money – Is It Really All  Bad?

NFL Contracts Dead Money – Is It Really All Bad?

Dead money happens.  Sometimes it is unavoidable, such as when it is due to career-ending injuries, which are usually not foreseeable.  More often...

Surplus Value: Do The Packers Have Enough Talent?

Surplus Value: Do The Packers Have Enough Talent?

I have always contended that in a hard-cap league, surplus value is the best way to assess a team.  So here is my first real attempt to assign...

Salary Cap Consequences of the Packers Trades

Salary Cap Consequences of the Packers Trades

The Packers will save some cap space due to trading Clinton-Dix and Montgomery.  The team should save $3.15 million on Clinton-Dix and $379,323 for...

Packers Self-Scouting With An Eye Towards Off-Season Roster Building

Packers Self-Scouting With An Eye Towards Off-Season Roster Building

The Packers are going to have a lot of decisions to make next March and during the rest of the 2019 league year.  I will be watching certain...

Packers Bye Week Self-Scout: Potential Roster Moves

Packers Bye Week Self-Scout: Potential Roster Moves

The bye week seems like a good time to take stock of the Packers’ roster.

Packers Reach Injury Settlements With Rollins And Mays

Packers Reach Injury Settlements With Rollins And Mays

The Packers reached injury settlements with Quinten Rollins and Devonte Mays according to a report by Rob Demovsky.  Green Bay paid $55,609 in the...

Musings on The Packers Salary Cap Situation

Musings on The Packers Salary Cap Situation

As of September 7, Overthecap.com shows that the Packers have $6.803 million in salary cap space.  Sportrac.com lists the Packers with $2.979...

Green Bay's Salary Cap Situation After the Roster Cuts

Green Bay's Salary Cap Situation After the Roster Cuts

Fans now have their first glimpse of General Manager Gutekunst's roster construction philosophy.  We have published the roster breakdown by...

The Implications of Cole Madison's Absence - Financial and Otherwise

The Implications of Cole Madison's Absence - Financial and Otherwise

The Green Bay Packers drafted one offensive lineman in this year's draft when they used the first pick in the fifth round to select Cole Madison, a...

Affording Khalil Mack - A Packers Financials Deep Dive.

Affording Khalil Mack - A Packers Financials Deep Dive.

On #MackMonday, here's the most comprehensive analysis you'll find anywhere on how or if the #Packers can actually afford Khalil Mack.

Green Bay's Cap Space Now and in September (Rule of 51)

Green Bay's Cap Space Now and in September (Rule of 51)

The off-season is all about building the roster.  That is done through the draft, free agency, signing UDFAs and veterans who get cut later this ...

Reviewing Joel Corry's Predicted Extension for Rodgers

Reviewing Joel Corry's Predicted Extension for Rodgers

A commentary on a prediction of Aaron Rodgers' future contract extension.

Can Green Bay Sign 3 Expensive Free Agents on March 14?

Can Green Bay Sign 3 Expensive Free Agents on March 14?

CheeseheadTV Salary Cap nerd James Raynolds explains how teams navigate the Salary Cap at the onset of free agency.

Demetri Goodson is Still a Packer.  Why?

Demetri Goodson is Still a Packer. Why?

Michael Cohen has reported that Demetri Goodson is still a Green Bay Packer by virtue of an obscure provision of the CBA.  Goodson played 6 games...

Gutekunst Needs To Be Decisive

Gutekunst Needs To Be Decisive

Many have urged GM Gutekunst to be aggressive while others urge caution, but I think he needs to be decisive, and, if necessary, both ruthless and...

How to Extend Aaron Rodgers Contract And Still Win A Super Bowl(s)

How to Extend Aaron Rodgers Contract And Still Win A Super Bowl(s)

Can the Packers afford to extend Aaron Rodgers without hampering their chances at another Super Bowl?

The Packers' Salary Cap Rollover Numbers Are In

The Packers' Salary Cap Rollover Numbers Are In

-- It's not enough to start backing trucks full of cash into Lambeau Field's parking lot, but the Green Bay Packers got a little financial aid...

Green and Bold: What Is the Market for Micah Hyde?

Green and Bold: What Is the Market for Micah Hyde?

The NFL's legal tampering period began Tuesday, which means teams that have their sights set on the Green Bay Packers' unrestricted free agents may...

Railbird Central Podcast: Salary Cap Implications

Railbird Central Podcast: Salary Cap Implications

Joel Corry of CBS Sports joins the show to discuss the Packers and their place in free agency.

Salary Texture Keeps Packers Competitive

Salary Texture Keeps Packers Competitive

Have you ever wondered how Ted Thompson manages to pay so many talented players year after year while other teams continually bleed talent?

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