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I found this interesting. The following links are about as accurate as I can find online regarding the cap money spent by each team. The Saints' cap money does not include some of the recent signings, so it's probably about 3 million higher than the "bottom line" figure. I don't follow what the 9ers are doing that much, but their current figure is actually above the cap.

I am posting this because apparently the 9ers are in worse shape than the Saints, and a certain CB with the initials NA is currently having a debate with himself as to which team to join.

49ers:

San Francisco 49ers - 2013 Cap Hits

Saints:

New Orleans Saints - 2013 Cap Hits

According to these figures, the 9ers are actually above the cap by about 700K.
 

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I found this interesting. The following links are about as accurate as I can find online regarding the cap money spent by each team. The Saints' cap money does not include some of the recent signings, so it's probably about 3 million higher than the "bottom line" figure. I don't follow what the 9ers are doing that much, but their current figure is actually above the cap.

I am posting this because apparently the 9ers are in worse shape than the Saints, and a certain CB with the initials NA is currently having a debate with himself as to which team to join.

49ers:

San Francisco 49ers - 2013 Cap Hits

Saints:

New Orleans Saints - 2013 Cap Hits

According to these figures, the 9ers are actually above the cap by about 700K.
I tell you what they better win a superbowl soon because they will be in cap hell in a couple of years if not next year. All of those high draft picks contracts are going to be up soon.
 

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Top 51 Contracts 81,794,136 21,158,460 18,349,975 121,302,571

That's the line you look out, only the top 51 contracts count. The saints are maybe a million or so below that, we figure. So yes, this suggests similar offers from both teams.
 

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I found this interesting. The following links are about as accurate as I can find online regarding the cap money spent by each team. The Saints' cap money does not include some of the recent signings, so it's probably about 3 million higher than the "bottom line" figure. I don't follow what the 9ers are doing that much, but their current figure is actually above the cap.

I am posting this because apparently the 9ers are in worse shape than the Saints, and a certain CB with the initials NA is currently having a debate with himself as to which team to join.

49ers:

San Francisco 49ers - 2013 Cap Hits

Saints:

New Orleans Saints - 2013 Cap Hits

According to these figures, the 9ers are actually above the cap by about 700K.
They probably have an unspoken agreement with Goodell like the DeBartolo years where they didn't have to follow the cap. They will forever be cheaters in my eyes as they weren't playing on a level playing field FO-wise in the late 80s/early 90s...
 
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Top 51 Contracts 81,794,136 21,158,460 18,349,975 121,302,571

That's the line you look out, only the top 51 contracts count. The saints are maybe a million or so below that, we figure. So yes, this suggests similar offers from both teams.
Sorry, but the dead money and rollover count as well. The dead money against them and the rollover in their favor.
 

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Making an offer based on projected value doesn't have much to do with how much money you have to spend, right? We are not talking about NA from 3 or 4 years ago who was in a position to demand more, the reason he is torn is because SF and NO have offered him contracts based on his value which is summarily lower than anything he is willing to accept. His agent is probably trying to play both ends.

Like the situation with Sharper the Saints should stand firm and wait for NA to blink, if the Whiners were smart they would do the same. I really don't see the Saints or SF offering significantly more than projected value.
 

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I tell you what they better win a superbowl soon because they will be in cap hell in a couple of years if not next year. All of those high draft picks contracts are going to be up soon.
Wait until they re-sign Kaepernick
 

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Saints are about 4.7 million over after considering Ben Watson's contract.

Roby should not move that number very much, if at all.
 

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Watson cap hit is already in this.

I found this interesting. The following links are about as accurate as I can find online regarding the cap money spent by each team. The Saints' cap money does not include some of the recent signings, so it's probably about 3 million higher than the "bottom line" figure. I don't follow what the 9ers are doing that much, but their current figure is actually above the cap.

I am posting this because apparently the 9ers are in worse shape than the Saints, and a certain CB with the initials NA is currently having a debate with himself as to which team to join.

49ers:

San Francisco 49ers - 2013 Cap Hits

Saints:

New Orleans Saints - 2013 Cap Hits

According to these figures, the 9ers are actually above the cap by about 700K.
 

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They probably have an unspoken agreement with Goodell like the DeBartolo years where they didn't have to follow the cap. They will forever be cheaters in my eyes as they weren't playing on a level playing field FO-wise in the late 80s/early 90s...
Thank you sir. I was hoping others knew this about the cheating 49ers as well.
 

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Top 51 Contracts 81,794,136 21,158,460 18,349,975 121,302,571

That's the line you look out, only the top 51 contracts count. The saints are maybe a million or so below that, we figure. So yes, this suggests similar offers from both teams.
Top 51 contracts + dead money - 2012 cap rollover = Total 2013 cap hit
 

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Saints are about 4.7 million over after considering Ben Watson's contract.

Roby should not move that number very much, if at all.
over? saints are under...

New Orleans Saints - 2013 Cap Hits

the saints are in the ballpark of $119,702,319, i'm sure this site isnt 100% right, but it's close.

anyone know how much rookies count against cap roughly?
 

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Center Jonathan Goodwin at 5M cap hit in 2013. :9:

Punter Andy Lee at 4M cap hit in 2013. :smilielol:
 
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Watson cap hit is already in this.
It is now. It wasn't posted when I started this thread. The total cap was in the 117 million range at that time. Neither were Humber's or Roby's figures there this morning. These guys post numbers as soon as they have them, which is why I like this site. Will Herring's number is not there yet, though, but I think it won't amount to much.
 

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