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5 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

Yes. Most teams have 25-35% turnover year in and year out. 

 

Roster turnover % is not the same thing as the # of unrestricted free agents.  It's likely that some combination of Wake, Walker, Lewis and Succop leave as well and they are under contract.

 

We'll see what happens.  JRob could postpone this a year and go all in for 2020.  After looking at the entire roster and the cap, it really boils down to how much cap space does he feel he needs to roll over into 2021? It was 20M this year, who knows what will do next year?

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Just now, ctm said:

 

Roster turnover % is not the same thing as the # of unrestricted free agents.  It's likely that some combination of Wake, Walker, Lewis and Succop leave as well and they are under contract.

 

We'll see what happens.  JRob could postpone this a year and go all in for 2020.  After looking at the entire roster and the cap, it really boils down to how much cap space does he feel he needs to roll over into 2021? It was 20M this year, who knows what will do next year?

 

All the guys you mentioned should not return along with Conklin and Ryan. They will have plenty of cap space as long as they are smart about it. The cap is so high its rarely an issue unless you have a scenario where you have to pay a  Prescott, Elliot, and Cooper all at once.

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17 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

All the guys you mentioned should not return along with Conklin and Ryan. They will have plenty of cap space as long as they are smart about it. The cap is so high its rarely an issue unless you have a scenario where you have to pay a  Prescott, Elliot, and Cooper all at once.

 

They have 57M.  They can get to 75M if they cut Walker, Succop, Lewis and Wake.

 

Kirk Cousins got 83M guaranteed and his first year hit was 24M.  Let's assume RT's cap hit is 22M, Henry 8M and JRob wants to rollover 20M. That's 50M right there. You still don't have a full roster, paid the draft class (5M), the practice squad (2M) and held money for IR (3M). 

 

Regarding a full roster above.  The numbers:  18 free agents and 4 cuts is 22 leaving.  Add back signing RT, Henry and 5 draftees and you still  have to find a way to pay 15 more guys.

 

It's tighter than it looks.

 

 

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