Re: Know Anything About Brian Orakpo or Michael Johnson?
posted at 2/11/2014 7:46 PM EST
In response to DeadAhead2's comment:
In response to mthurl's comment:
In response to DeadAhead2's comment:
Both would fit, Bustchise. Michael Johnson is a 4-3 DE, so he would fit, but I don't think he will want to come here to play behind Nink or Jones. Cincy has cap space and can keep him as well.
As for Orapko, if Dallas is forced to cut Ware in cap hell, he would be an interesting fit if BB wants to run more 3-4 here in the future.
With Kerrigan the more likely resign for the Skins, Orapko could be a cap hell casualty for the poorly managed Skins.
Do you drink during the day too? I mean you at least used to pretend you knew about NFL salary caps...now? You're just an emarrassment.
The Bengals are not going to throw another 7 million plus per year at a defensive lineman, this was widely reported over the last few days.
And as far as the "salary cap hell" Redskins go...oh rusty you really are clueless, aren't you? The Redskins are 28 million UNDER the salary cap right now, and that's without cutting anyone/restructuring anyone...they can get another 12 million under if they choose to go that route. Kind of adds to your ridiculous notions regarding "Salary Cap Hell", doesn't it? I mean here is the biggest offender of "big name free agent" signings and they are going to be nearly 40 million under the cap?? Oh boy! Salary cap hell sure is scary! Right rusty!?
Boy oh boy, us signing Goldson a couple of years ago would of just crippled us, right rust? And paying Red Bryant would of just put Kraft and his little chickens out into the streets...acray. Very scary. I'm afraid to look under my bed! Salary cap hell has got me sleeping with my night light on.
Still can't figure out that if you have no base built and are OLD with people like Fletcher retiring, Hall gone, problems all over the field, their entire D Line old, old WRs, etc, even with cap space, means nothing huh?
Swapping out so many starters you had takes years to bring together, as we've seen many times.
Yes, that's a cap hell because you're losing too much all at once. You can't go out and shop for continuity and chemistry. If you are, you are in the midst of a cap hell.
Washington will buy up a few players that will be overpaid like your JEts, Miami just did, Philly, NOS last year, Baltimore, Tampa, etc, and whamo, .500 team, cap hell.
Remember when I told you the Steelers were in a cap hell 2 years ago just masking it as are the Giants right now due to older players? LOL!
I wonder if Justin Tuck would like to come here. Or Jared Allen. Cap hell is a VERY real thing, Cupcake.
Enjoy seeing more of it, but you won't find it here.
I love it! Now "salary cap hell"is having too much salary cap room?! lol! Priceless!
This is all you've got after years and years of "salary cap hell" warnings? That having too much salary cap space...having too much money to spend is a bad thing? What a total fraud you are. The Redskins are 28 million under the cap, that is the same figure we were at last year (give or take a million)...how's that bad for Washington, when it was just super for us last year?
Then you mention old players retiring or leaving? Why is that bad? Why is that exclusive of that team, when it happens everyday to every team? In fact that's what you want...old players leaving...not old players coming in.
Now no one is saying Washington is good, but this is the team that you said "spent wildly"..."was in salary cap hell", when in fact they aren't. When in fact we wouldn't of been either if we went out and had signed better players that cost a little more, in fact we'd be in better shape now...instead you ran around praising every free agent bust that walked through our doors, while claiming everyone else was in "salary cap hell"!!
You're pretty dumb.