This week I take a look at the Browns upcoming decision with Brian Hoyer and why they should make no real effort to sign him now.
Current Estimated 2016 Cap Space: $35.4 million Expected 2016 Cap Space: $60.0 million Estimated Rookie Cap: $10.569 million
[adsenseyu1] Estimated 2015 Cap Space: $48.8 million ($140M cap limit)Roster Overview Players Under Contract: 55 Pro Bowlers: 3 Unrestricted Free Agents: 10(4 with 50%+ playtime) Draft Selection: 12 Salary Cap Breakdown Free Agents to Re-sign The team faces an interesting decision with cornerback Buster Skrine. They drafted a replacement for him but Skrine is the […]
The Cleveland Browns front office shocked the football world yesterday when they fired head coach Rob Chudzinski after just one season. While the Browns were just 4-12 in 2013, Chud probably deserved at least a second season. Anyways, now that he’s gone, I actually must say that I view Cleveland as an enticing landing-spot for […]
[adsenseyu1] Its week 5 so I am going to use the efficiency rankings I keep to project the winners from this point forward with some tweaks here and there for home field. Last week I finished a terrible 7-8 ATS and just 9-6 without the spread moving the record on the season to 42-21 SU […]
With the deadline for placing the franchise or transition tag on players now in the past, we can take a closer look as to how teams could approach free agency with respect to gaining potential for compensatory picks a year from now. A few of the factors that come into judging potential for each team […]
Yesterday when Le’Veon Bell’s agent made reference to “paying the position rather than the player” it reminded me on an article I wrote way back when about the devaluing of the position, comparing the way teams were approaching their contracts to the way they approached kickers. While things haven’t gotten that bad, its still shocking […]