Potential Cap Casualties

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  1. Marshall

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    This is simply a rundown of players offering Potential Cap Saving in 2014 with last contract year in parenthesis:

    Danieal Manning $4.5M (2014)
    Owen Daniels $4.5M (2014)
    Matt Shaub $4M (2016)
    Jonathan Joseph $3.75M (2015)
    Andre Johnson $3.68M (2016)
    Kareem Jackson $3.09M (2014)
    Chris Meyers $3M (2015)
    Shane Lechler $1.42M (2015)
    Derek Newton $1.39M (2014)
    Brooks Reed $1.02M (2014)
    Arian Foster $1M (2016)
    Brice McCain $850K (2015)
    Brandon Harris $825K (2014)
    Tim Jamison $730K (2014)

    The rest offer little cap saving since their replacements will cost a similar amount.

    Some, like Shaub offer more cap savings in subsequent years.
     
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    Where did you get your numbers? Derek Newton is a $645k savings to cut. AJ is about $200k.
     
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    Those have to be June 1st savings.
     
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    NE is in need of a Center I could see HOU trading away Myers to NE instead of straight cutting him.
     
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    We are going to get a new QB no way we get rid of our veteran pro bowl centre.
     
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    Why would the Texans do that?
     
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    This offseason should be very interesting. I cant wait to see how Obie judges talent. Obviously the last regime wasn't very good at it. Too many mid-round failures.
     
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    Common sense and logic, a rarity around here.
     
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    #1 Ben Jones is a cheaper alternative.
    #2 The Title of the thread is Cap Casualties I just thought Myers could bring value with his exit, so if I say Myers is a cap casualty would that be better for you?
     
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    No, I think it would be a ridiculous idea to get rid of him either by cut or trade.

    If by cheaper alternative you mean someone breathing then yes Ben Jones can fill that role.
     
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    Idk, I'd hate to hurt my ankle on some million dollar butt :)
     
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    To be clear, the thread is titled POTENTIAL Cap Casualties because they offer Cap savings. It is not suggested cuts or or even cuts I agree with. They are all players who might offer cap relief.
     

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