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 Post subject: Re: Dang we're young...
 Post Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:44 am 
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Current Second Contract long-term Starters

Marshawn Lynch
Sydney Rice
Percy Harvin
Zach Miller
Max Unger
Brandon Mebane
Red Bryant

Keepers at almost any cost rookies (next contract):

Russell Wilson
Russell Okung
Earl Thomas
Richard Sherman
KJ Wright
Bobby Wagner

Aging Veteran Starters who are year-to-year

Breno Giacomini
Paul McQuistan
Michael Robinson
Chris Clemons

First contract starters/significant contributors with something to prove

James Carpenter
John Moffit
JR Sweezy
Golden Tate
Doug Baldwin
Bruce Irvin
Brandon Browner
Kam Chancellor

Backup players who could become significant with playing time

Malcolm Smith
Mike Morgan
Jeremy Lane
Byron Maxwell
Jeron Johnson

I'm probably missing people . . . but put the first two lists together, and you've got 13 names . . . from the 3rd group I think all are replaceable as their contracts come off the books, freeing up significant money. From the 4th group we need at least one of the guards to become long term starters and join the top 18 or so. I think you can tell from the salaries of Harvin and Rice that Tate and Baldwin are on the outside, looking in long term. And Browner and Kam could be considered expendable and replacable with lower cost alternatives.

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 Post subject: Re: Dang we're young...
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McGruff wrote:
Current Second Contract long-term Starters

Marshawn Lynch
Sydney Rice
Percy Harvin
Zach Miller
Max Unger
Brandon Mebane
Red Bryant

Keepers at almost any cost rookies (next contract):

Russell Wilson
Russell Okung
Earl Thomas
Richard Sherman
KJ Wright
Bobby Wagner

Aging Veteran Starters who are year-to-year

Breno Giacomini
Paul McQuistan
Michael Robinson
Chris Clemons

First contract starters/significant contributors with something to prove

James Carpenter
John Moffit
JR Sweezy
Golden Tate
Doug Baldwin
Bruce Irvin
Brandon Browner
Kam Chancellor

Backup players who could become significant with playing time

Malcolm Smith
Mike Morgan
Jeremy Lane
Byron Maxwell
Jeron Johnson

I'm probably missing people . . . but put the first two lists together, and you've got 13 names . . . from the 3rd group I think all are replaceable as their contracts come off the books, freeing up significant money. From the 4th group we need at least one of the guards to become long term starters and join the top 18 or so. I think you can tell from the salaries of Harvin and Rice that Tate and Baldwin are on the outside, looking in long term. And Browner and Kam could be considered expendable and replacable with lower cost alternatives.


That's a really good overview. Pretty accurate I think. Since there are some high paydays coming up,
do you think the Harvin trade might be an "all in" move while these players are together?
Choices in free agency and the draft will probably be an indicator.


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 Post subject: Re: Dang we're young...
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McGruff wrote:
Current Second Contract long-term Starters

Marshawn Lynch
Sydney Rice
Percy Harvin
Zach Miller
Max Unger
Brandon Mebane
Red Bryant

Keepers at almost any cost rookies (next contract):

Russell Wilson
Russell Okung
Earl Thomas
Richard Sherman
KJ Wright
Bobby Wagner

Aging Veteran Starters who are year-to-year

Breno Giacomini
Paul McQuistan
Michael Robinson
Chris Clemons

First contract starters/significant contributors with something to prove

James Carpenter
John Moffit
JR Sweezy
Golden Tate
Doug Baldwin
Bruce Irvin
Brandon Browner
Kam Chancellor

Backup players who could become significant with playing time

Malcolm Smith
Mike Morgan
Jeremy Lane
Byron Maxwell
Jeron Johnson

I'm probably missing people . . . but put the first two lists together, and you've got 13 names . . . from the 3rd group I think all are replaceable as their contracts come off the books, freeing up significant money. From the 4th group we need at least one of the guards to become long term starters and join the top 18 or so. I think you can tell from the salaries of Harvin and Rice that Tate and Baldwin are on the outside, looking in long term. And Browner and Kam could be considered expendable and replacable with lower cost alternatives.


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 Post subject: Re: Dang we're young...
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Pete's college coaching experience melds perfectly with the Green Bay type strategy that John generally follows. Both guys are used to dealing with player turnover.

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