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Thread: Trouble in Paradise? Possible return of another lost son

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    What's his contact look like? Either way I'd take him opposide PP all day and wouldn't think twice

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Main Event~ View Post
    What's his contact look like? Either way I'd take him opposide PP all day and wouldn't think twice
    I don't know what the Giants already paid him but his cap hit this year was 9 million, yes you read that right. The Cards have 6,072,494 in space. Doesn't mean it can't work but it could be tight.

    https://overthecap.com/salary-cap/arizona-cardinals/

    http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/new-york-...romartie-3959/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Main Event~ View Post
    What's his contact look like? Either way I'd take him opposide PP all day and wouldn't think twice
    The prorated portion of his 2017 salary is approximately $4.5M.

    And his 2018 salary is approximately $6.5M according to overthecap.com.

    He's scheduled to be a UFA in 2019.
    The demise of the Seattle Seahawks is greatly exaggerated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monsterike View Post
    I don't know what the Giants already paid him but his cap hit this year was 9 million, yes you read that right. The Cards have 6,072,494 in space. Doesn't mean it can't work but it could be tight.

    https://overthecap.com/salary-cap/arizona-cardinals/

    http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/new-york-...romartie-3959/
    The Giants already paid him his signing bonus ($10M) and in a trade, they would retain the remaining prorated portions ($2.0M each year) against their cap this year and next.

    And the Giants have already paid him 5/17 of his 2017 salary of $6.98M, which is $2.05M. If you weren't aware, teams pay their players each week of the regular season. So there are 17 weeks so they receive 17 checks.

    The receiving team in a trade is responsible for the reminder of those payments to the player... so if he were to be traded to AZ before this weeks games, AZ would be responsible for 12/17 of his 2017 salary, or $4.93M.
    Last edited by onanygivensunda; 10-12-2017 at 08:56 AM.
    The demise of the Seattle Seahawks is greatly exaggerated.

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    Highly doubt BA or Mike Bidiwill will bring in a guy who walked off the side line during a game!He literally walked out on his team..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Beavers View Post
    Highly doubt BA or Mike Bidiwill will bring in a guy who walked off the side line during a game!He literally walked out on his team..
    They signed a player who beat his child with a whip...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sillysoft View Post
    They signed a player who beat his child with a whip...
    Touche

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sillysoft View Post
    They signed a player who beat his child with a whip...
    THis adds to the desperation of Keim and Co.

    They wouldn't keep Dwash. They let go of the RB who hit his girlfriend.

    they don't sign troubled players in the off season.

    Yet they are willing to trade for a washed up running back with that black mark.

    Are we witnessing some change here based on desperation and diversion from the real troubles of this team?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AriS. View Post
    THis adds to the desperation of Keim and Co.

    They wouldn't keep Dwash. They let go of the RB who hit his girlfriend.

    they don't sign troubled players in the off season.

    Yet they are willing to trade for a washed up running back with that black mark.

    Are we witnessing some change here based on desperation and diversion from the real troubles of this team?
    Whats crazy is that Keim was a former offensive lineman in college and he stinks real bad at evaluating offensive lineman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Beavers View Post
    Whats crazy is that Keim was a former offensive lineman in college and he stinks real bad at evaluating offensive lineman
    Maybe that's the problem . He sees himself in every lineman he drafts and clearly he was not NFL material.

    But seriously he needs to go back to the drawing board. Overall Keim has done a nice job, I have faith in the guy, but to have a line this bad will sink any team unless you have a super mobile QB and an out of this world RB. We only have one of those.
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