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2 hours ago, Huston said:

 

I was just looking through the contract structures and they are curious.  Saffold and Humphries deals have much bigger cap hit in 2020 than 2019.

 

We will have a number of extensions to issue next year, so surprised that they aren't saving more cap space for that.

 

Also, Suh ended up signing a one-year $14m deal last year.  Not out of the question that we could get him for a similar deal this year (or slightly less).  I certainly don't see another 3-4 year contract for someone, but wouldn't be surprised if we dish out a 1 year deal to someone that is a potential difference maker on the D-Line.

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Just now, Carpy said:

I was just looking through the contract structures and they are curious.  Saffold and Humphries deals have much bigger cap hit in 2020 than 2019.

 

We will have a number of extensions to issue next year, so surprised that they aren't saving more cap space for that.

 

Potential 20.9 mill freed up in 2020 :)

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26 minutes ago, Carpy said:

I was just looking through the contract structures and they are curious.  Saffold and Humphries deals have much bigger cap hit in 2020 than 2019.

 

We will have a number of extensions to issue next year, so surprised that they aren't saving more cap space for that.

 

Also, Suh ended up signing a one-year $14m deal last year.  Not out of the question that we could get him for a similar deal this year (or slightly less).  I certainly don't see another 3-4 year contract for someone, but wouldn't be surprised if we dish out a 1 year deal to someone that is a potential difference maker on the D-Line.

I think they are fine next year either way, there are about 5 players with 4 to 5 million dollar cap numbers that will more then likely get released or not resigned. And Marcus has got to count ton against the cap this year anyway so a new contract for him or anyone else can be structured to be pretty close to the same IMO.

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Titans will have a lot of cap space going into 2020.  But they potentially have to deal with the contracts of MM, Henry, Byard, Conklin, Ryan and a long list of scrubs.

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1 hour ago, titanskick8851 said:

http://walterfootball.com/freeagents2019all.php 

 

The best of what's left. Some really really good players are still available.

 

Looking at that list, Austin Sefarian-Jenkins stands out to me. He's had a lackluster career but he's a talented player that hasn't played with a consistent team or QB in his career. He can likely be had for dirt cheap and is only 26 so we can actually hold on to him if he shows something this year.

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8 minutes ago, Mythos27 said:

Looking at that list, Austin Sefarian-Jenkins stands out to me. He's had a lackluster career but he's a talented player that hasn't played with a consistent team or QB in his career. He can likely be had for dirt cheap and is only 26 so we can actually hold on to him if he shows something this year.

Saw that the Jets are interested in re signing him. 

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