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    Official FA 2020 Thread

    Ok, this is going to be interesting to watch as FA officially begins this Wednesday. However, since the "legal tampering" begins today, we should be hearing more and more news.

    Here are the cap standings for each team per Over The Cap:

    Team Cap Space Effective Cap Space # Active Cap Spending Dead Money
    Dolphins $82,619,374 $82,619,374 72 $122,346,632 $12,042,227
    Bills $77,088,913 $77,088,913 55 $142,793,657 $1,048,967
    Buccaneers $74,426,667 $74,426,667 51 $128,534,542 $130,241
    Giants $72,761,317 $72,761,317 54 $115,058,868 $10,923,448
    Cowboys $68,915,323 $68,915,323 53 $146,197,686 $1,989,029
    Colts $68,318,289 $68,318,289 67 $164,488,535 $6,748,683
    Browns $62,301,890 $62,301,890 55 $156,292,195 $11,137,312
    Raiders $50,444,296 $50,444,296 60 $164,109,140 $3,244,738
    Bengals $48,846,226 $48,846,226 53 $156,701,261 $2,908,981
    Lions $47,990,394 $47,990,394 65 $151,927,442 $15,776,896
    Texans $47,701,317 $47,701,317 60 $165,278,071 $3,040,071
    Chargers $47,258,252 $44,818,252 47 $146,427,736 $9,229,991
    Jets $44,631,890 $44,631,890 59 $160,013,719 $1,123,991
    Redskins $42,179,937 $42,179,937 62 $156,033,590 $11,073,711
    Broncos $41,187,914 $41,187,914 64 $170,708,109 $1,373,486
    Seahawks $39,809,422 $38,589,422 49 $159,981,957 $822,167
    Eagles $36,451,000 $36,451,000 57 $174,956,571 $9,313,342
    Patriots $35,025,122 $35,025,122 57 $162,969,330 $8,048,491
    Cardinals $34,166,910 $34,166,910 52 $161,613,158 $4,401,912
    Titans $28,987,027 $28,987,027 55 $183,872,292 $7,860,516
    Jaguars $24,563,736 $24,563,736 57 $166,974,172 $14,963,647
    Panthers $19,214,569 $19,214,569 56 $163,009,513 $25,932,502
    Packers $18,626,594 $18,626,594 54 $181,012,734 $4,219,026
    Vikings $15,405,936 $13,575,936 48 $174,364,012 $8,759,228
    Rams $14,569,307 $14,569,307 54 $191,082,471 $421,797
    49ers $9,867,099 $9,867,099 67 $192,424,440 $298,692
    Bears $8,620,311 $8,620,311 55 $198,241,526 $5,435,275
    Chiefs $8,606,694 $8,606,694 57 $203,348,118 $8,203,377
    Saints $4,858,892 $4,858,892 57 $192,738,709 $1,298,164
    Ravens $2,810,054 $2,810,054 52 $185,190,192 $9,968,152
    Falcons ($321,945) ($321,945) 54 $195,916,515 $6,332,516
    Steelers ($3,075,625) ($3,075,625) 63 $201,111,252 $2,568,962

    We're in the top 10 with available cash and a little over $1 mill in dead money but. There is a lot of money in the top 7, north of $60 so I expect a lot of hungry teams ready to throw around a lot of money, more so if the cap increases as projected.

    Let the legal tampering begin!

    Good thread to follow for updates: https://www.milehighreport.com/2020/...20-news-rumors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Ok, this is going to be interesting to watch as FA officially begins this Wednesday. However, since the "legal tampering" begins today, we should be hearing more and more news.

    Here are the cap standings for each team per Over The Cap:

    Team Cap Space Effective Cap Space # Active Cap Spending Dead Money
    Dolphins $82,619,374 $82,619,374 72 $122,346,632 $12,042,227
    Bills $77,088,913 $77,088,913 55 $142,793,657 $1,048,967
    Buccaneers $74,426,667 $74,426,667 51 $128,534,542 $130,241
    Giants $72,761,317 $72,761,317 54 $115,058,868 $10,923,448
    Cowboys $68,915,323 $68,915,323 53 $146,197,686 $1,989,029
    Colts $68,318,289 $68,318,289 67 $164,488,535 $6,748,683
    Browns $62,301,890 $62,301,890 55 $156,292,195 $11,137,312
    Raiders $50,444,296 $50,444,296 60 $164,109,140 $3,244,738
    Bengals $48,846,226 $48,846,226 53 $156,701,261 $2,908,981
    Lions $47,990,394 $47,990,394 65 $151,927,442 $15,776,896
    Texans $47,701,317 $47,701,317 60 $165,278,071 $3,040,071
    Chargers $47,258,252 $44,818,252 47 $146,427,736 $9,229,991
    Jets $44,631,890 $44,631,890 59 $160,013,719 $1,123,991
    Redskins $42,179,937 $42,179,937 62 $156,033,590 $11,073,711
    Broncos $41,187,914 $41,187,914 64 $170,708,109 $1,373,486
    Seahawks $39,809,422 $38,589,422 49 $159,981,957 $822,167
    Eagles $36,451,000 $36,451,000 57 $174,956,571 $9,313,342
    Patriots $35,025,122 $35,025,122 57 $162,969,330 $8,048,491
    Cardinals $34,166,910 $34,166,910 52 $161,613,158 $4,401,912
    Titans $28,987,027 $28,987,027 55 $183,872,292 $7,860,516
    Jaguars $24,563,736 $24,563,736 57 $166,974,172 $14,963,647
    Panthers $19,214,569 $19,214,569 56 $163,009,513 $25,932,502
    Packers $18,626,594 $18,626,594 54 $181,012,734 $4,219,026
    Vikings $15,405,936 $13,575,936 48 $174,364,012 $8,759,228
    Rams $14,569,307 $14,569,307 54 $191,082,471 $421,797
    49ers $9,867,099 $9,867,099 67 $192,424,440 $298,692
    Bears $8,620,311 $8,620,311 55 $198,241,526 $5,435,275
    Chiefs $8,606,694 $8,606,694 57 $203,348,118 $8,203,377
    Saints $4,858,892 $4,858,892 57 $192,738,709 $1,298,164
    Ravens $2,810,054 $2,810,054 52 $185,190,192 $9,968,152
    Falcons ($321,945) ($321,945) 54 $195,916,515 $6,332,516
    Steelers ($3,075,625) ($3,075,625) 63 $201,111,252 $2,568,962

    We're in the top 10 with available cash and a little over $1 mill in dead money but. There is a lot of money in the top 7, north of $60 so I expect a lot of hungry teams ready to throw around a lot of money, more so if the cap increases as projected.

    Let the legal tampering begin!
    Denver apparently is all in on DJ Reader

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph2432 View Post
    Denver apparently is all in on DJ Reader
    hopefully we can land him we need major there

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    erik flowers to dolphins

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    Texans trading for david Johnson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph2432 View Post
    Denver apparently is all in on DJ Reader
    With Shelby Harris likely gone that will be a big need and he's a big man.

    He'd be a solid pick up.

    Fun fact, in HS he threw a 90 MPH fast ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph2432 View Post
    Denver apparently is all in on DJ Reader
    That's our big fish IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph2432 View Post
    Denver apparently is all in on DJ Reader
    I would love this. He would come in and could be the Eddie Goldman in the middle of Fangioís defense.

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    With ATL releasing Devonta Freeman, at the right price would you guys like him here in Denver? Maybe at $3-4M on a short term deal? I could see him complimenting Lindsay very nicely.

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    He is always hurt

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    Hopkins to Ari wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph2432 View Post
    Hopkins to Ari wow
    why would Texans trade their best player wow

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    Arizona getting serious, sheesh!!!

    Houston fans are in shambles... and now they have to take on David Johnsonís contract. Bill OíBrien is singlehandedly taking down the Texans franchise. And they havenít even paid Watson yet. This could get real bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph2432 View Post
    Hopkins to Ari wow
    Quote Originally Posted by HDbroncos02 View Post
    Arizona getting serious, sheesh!!!

    Houston fans are in shambles... and now they have to take on David Johnsonís contract. Bill OíBrien is singlehandedly taking down the Texans franchise. And they havenít even paid Watson yet. This could get real bad.
    According to Adam Schefter, the Cardinals are sending running back David Johnson and a second round pick to the Houston Texans for DeAndre Hopkins and a late round pick.

    This is a pathetic deal.....Johnson is declining, and Arizona threw in a 2nd. Cards are looking serious.

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