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  • Thanks for posting that Kitsap, if Iupati can play the whole year I think the team got better at LG, for less $.
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  • Well I find it interesting with some of the recent contracts that there are now clauses in them for games played and playing time for a projected starter. Maybe we have learned something and are putting it on the players to do their best to stay healthy.
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  • Maybe they are more carefully making adjustments to risk sharing and are tailoring it for each individual situation and contract.

    I wonder if the appearance of a change in philosophy toward more individual responsibility for conditioning and health might trace it's way back to the sudden firing of the complete strength and conditioning staff.

    OTC number for cap room has shrunk down to $16,798,857 as of today.
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  • This could spell a few cap cuts or even a trade of a big contract.
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  • This reported salary cap number indicates to me that some further cuts or a trade of big contract should be expected. The team will need some $7 million or thereabouts to sign rookies, PS moves, and for in season injury replacements this leaves them with about $4.1 million to add 25 or so players. The cap crisis continues. At present the team has the 9th least available cap.

    Is it possible that Britt could be traded? Is it possible that Mingo will be released? The team will very likely release Kam with a post June 1 designation.
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  • NFLPA figures have the Seahawks at $12.9 million left. OTC is a little bit less but the NFLPA figure is more reliable in my opinion. Jason isn't always privy to all the details.

    Cutting Kam puts us back over $17,000,000. Right now the draft picks won't count that much as they are only 4 of them so after all that the Seahawks will be around $15M left.

    They could easily spend another $10M and go into the season OK.
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  • At this point I suspect that the team will be quite silent in FA and otherwise until after the draft save for potential trades and trying to lock down Clark or others to a multi year contract.

    JS will want to protect the comp picks so that next season when the real cap crunch with Wilson, Wagner, Reed, and possibly Clark happens they have draft capital, or they can trade those comp picks for more picks this season.

    Although they only have 4 picks at present they may if things are normal add a couple or three more by draft trades.
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  • Hawkstorian wrote:NFLPA figures have the Seahawks at $12.9 million left. OTC is a little bit less but the NFLPA figure is more reliable in my opinion. Jason isn't always privy to all the details.

    Cutting Kam puts us back over $17,000,000. Right now the draft picks won't count that much as they are only 4 of them so after all that the Seahawks will be around $15M left.

    They could easily spend another $10M and go into the season OK.


    I'm guessing that this cap number assumes that Clark plays under his cap number, so we could have some potential cap savings if we can work out a long term deal with him at some point this year.
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  • Thanks Kitsap, updated now.
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  • Whaaaa??
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  • Thanks Kitsap, updated now.
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  • Interesting, sounds like someone screwed up.
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  • That makes a little more sense maybe.
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  • Maybe Shaun asked for the second round so he wouldn't have anyone there to tackle him, would be embarrassing to curl up like a baby on stage :)
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  • LOL :snack: :2thumbs:
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  • Here's an interesting roster observation: the team has 32 of 68 players either playing in the last year of their contract or under 1 Yr. deals. That is an unusually high number.

    They will have cap flexibility next season to at least sign their big players, should that happen.

    Their depth will be dubious for all but very young players. Sadly this draft they won't be adding lots.

    This offseason and next will continue to be challenging. If the critical guys can be retained the team will remain strong but dependant upon a great draft next season.

    the team will be very active in the Undrafted college FA market this year.
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  • Thanks Kitsap , updated now.
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  • Thanks for posting Kitsap.

    The deadline for signing the RFA tenders is April 19, suspect we should hear about Fant soon too.
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  • Thanks for posting those Kitsap. All updated.
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  • What tremendous news to wake up to, must admit was wondering even though I couldn’t truly get to believing a deal wouldn’t be reached. Thanks for posting my friend!

    Sure would be nice if this agent could be a tad less confrontational, in terns of negotiation windows.

    Now for a few other deals to secure the genuine core of the ream.
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  • The team has 5 players who don't apparently have numbers assigned to them officially, or the team has neglected to advise of on the team roster page.

    Those five are:

    QB- Paxton Lynch
    OG- Mike Iupati
    DE- Cassius Marsh
    DE/OLB- Nate Orchard
    DT- Jamie Meder

    If anyone has knowledge of their respective player numbers could you please assist?
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  • jammerhawk wrote:The team has 5 players who don't apparently have numbers assigned to them officially, or the team has neglected to advise of on the team roster page.

    Those five are:

    QB- Paxton Lynch
    OG- Mike Iupati
    DE- Cassius Marsh
    DE/OLB- Nate Orchard
    DT- Jamie Meder

    If anyone has knowledge of their respective player numbers could you please assist?


    Don't they usually sort the numbers sometime after the draft and signing the undrafted Free Agents?
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  • It's often at the start of any OTAs, but can be almost any time. The do get announced after the draft for the drafted players.

    i just wondered if anyone had noticed any numbers posted anywhere for these 5 players.
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  • The numbers from "over the cap" and "sportrac" are in agreement and they correspond with what I remember of the announcements at the time the signings were announced. I think they're usefully accurate.

    QB- Paton Lynch signed to one year contract consisting of $645,000 in non guaranteed salary with no signing or roster bonuses. Cap number is $645,000

    OG- Mike Iupati signed to one year contract consisting of $1,000,000 in guaranteed salary plus a $1,250,000 signing bonus plus game day roster bonuses totaling up to as much as $500,000 resulting in a cap number of $2,562,500

    DE- Cassius Marsh signed a one year contract consisting of $850,000 in non guaranteed salary plus a signing bonus of $600,00 plus per game roster bonuses totaling up to as much as $400,00 for a cap number of $1,850,000.

    DE/OLB- Nate Orchard signed a one year contract consisting of $805,000 in all guaranteed salary. No bonuses included. His cap cost is only $645,000 ..... the reason for which I no longer recall.

    DT- Jamie Meder signed a one year contract consisting of $720,000 in non guaranteed salary .... no bonus money. Cap number is same $720,000

    Edited to suggest adding May 3rd to key league dates for reference in the initiating post .................
    ................................. little doubt someone will be asking.
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  • The reason for the the Orchard discount is he signed a vet min contract which allows for the discount.

    Thanks for posting Jville.
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  • Frank Clark traded to KC for picks 29, a 2020 2nd, and exchange of 3rd rd picks 84 for 92.
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  • Neither the Seahawks nor Chiefs have made any official announcement regarding the trade. Interesting.
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  • They had to fess up before 5:00!
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  • The team drafted DT/DE- LJ Collier at 29 but traded down from 21 for 2- 4ths (114 &118) and pick 30 which was traded for a 2nd pick #37 a 4th-132 and a 5th- 142. Slight underwhelming so far in terms of potential expectations, but that was anticipated.

    You do have to be impressed with Trader John's ability to manufacture draft picks. The team now has 9 draft picks before the end of the 5th round from the original 4, which is pretty good work. More DLine depth is needed.

    I suspect the team might still trade down one more time to a bit later in the 2nd or in combo trade up into the 3rd for targeted guys.
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  • I suspect we will soon all like LJ Collier, read what Baldinger has to say about him @ http://seahawksdraftblog.com

    Here's his combine draft profile which is more lukewarm:

    https://www.nfl.com/prospects/l.j.-coll ... fb95d63f5e

    His QB pressure % was the 3rd highest of all the pass rushers, and he is a highly physical player who likes to play football and hit. He was a dominant pass rusher at the Senior Bowl. He's not a Leo and the team still may acquire that guy over the next 2 days. He's a solid addition to the team.
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  • Thanks Kitsap, a far cry from $105.5 million.

    The OTC.com numbers are out of date, I will update when they are caught up.
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  • After yet another trade down from pick #37 to pick #47 which resulted in the team acquiring another early pick #77 the team picked their 2nd player this draft S- Marquis Blair, Utah. This guy plays nasty.

    Here's a combine pre-draft profile: https://www.nfl.com/prospects/marquise- ... 0d375e768a
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