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    Re: Sean Taylor -RIP- How does it impact Washingtons Salary Cap???

    Jesus. Can we bury the man first?


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    Re: Sean Taylor -RIP- How does it impact Washingtons Salary Cap???

    "vikesfargo" wrote:
    Jesus. Can we bury the man first?
    Exactly, what the hell difference does it make? Can we put a price on a guy? I doubt anyone on the team is worried about how it is going to affect their cap.

    If i remember right The Vikings had to pay out a certain amount towards Big K contract and it did count gainst the cap but not as much as it would of otherwise. I think is compaired to the situation of if Player X is released it will only count as X amount towards the slary cap/. But we are really compairing apples to oranges.

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    Re: Sean Taylor -RIP- How does it impact Washingtons Salary Cap???

    "Vikes" wrote:
    My heart does go out to the Taylor family.

    However I'm cursious hows does his death impact the Washington Salary Cap wise?
    Is it considered a retirement? Does insurance cover it. Just wondering how the league handles these situations.

    comon man..
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    Re: Sean Taylor -RIP- How does it impact Washingtons Salary Cap???

    "Garland" wrote:
    "vikesfargo" wrote:
    Jesus. Can we bury the man first?
    Exactly, what the hell difference does it make? Can we put a price on a guy? I doubt anyone on the team is worried about how it is going to affect their cap.
    On the contrary - I believe that one of the first reactions of Dan Snyder and the Redskins organization is to be concerned with the impact to their salary cap.
    It may sound cold, but the NFL is a business.
    And the next game is going to be played on Sunday.

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    Re: Sean Taylor -RIP- How does it impact Washingtons Salary Cap???

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    Dead men have no cap.
    Williamsons cap is huge. :'(
    I'd have to disagree with that based on last years number. In 2006, T-Will's cap value was only $2,202,000, which was the 12th highest.

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