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What Players Will Not Be on the Roster Next Season?

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Originally posted by English:
Pettit will probably be gone as he didn't even suit up. Maybe Goodwin. But before you start cutting Sanders, Beathard and Spoon, we don't have that many picks to replace them. Sanders is worth hanging on to and I don't give upon Spoon. With Beathard, it depends on what we get offered.

always knew he was rather pettit
the possible cut candidates is crazy!

NFC cut candidates: David Johnson, Everson Griffen to market?

4) Tevin Coleman, RB, San Francisco 49ers: Coleman started the Super Bowl and should be safe, but the 49ers need to create some cap room and don't have many other great options to do so. Kyle Shanahan has proven to be an expert at creating rushing yards from odd places, so it's possible they could try to go cheap with Raheem Mostert, Matt Breida and a rookie to be named later.

6-8) RB Dion Lewis, TE Delanie Walker and OLB Cameron Wake, Tennessee Titans: Walker is a franchise legend who proved to be one of the best free-agent pickups of the last decade, but he's been unable to stay healthy. Lewis doesn't have the burst he used to back in New England, while Wake struggled to get playing time last season even before being placed on injured reserve in late November.

3) Russell Okung, T, Los Angeles Chargers: A smarter man than I told me to take Okung off this list because left tackles are so hard to find. But a move seems possible, if only because Okung has the Chargers' highest cap figure ($17 million) and played under 300 snaps last season.
[ Edited by TheBhagwan on Feb 13, 2020 at 12:59 PM ]
Originally posted by TheBhagwan:
Originally posted by Sickaa:
Ward. He'll test the market
Breida. Think Kyle prefers McKinnon
Goodwin. Probably retire anyway
Coleman. Odd man out.
Day. Too much depth on D-Line

Goodwin speed is gonna end up in KC

Hopefully he takes his hands with him too.
Originally posted by TheBhagwan:
the possible cut candidates is crazy!

NFC cut candidates: David Johnson, Everson Griffen to market?

4) Tevin Coleman, RB, San Francisco 49ers: Coleman started the Super Bowl and should be safe, but the 49ers need to create some cap room and don't have many other great options to do so. Kyle Shanahan has proven to be an expert at creating rushing yards from odd places, so it's possible they could try to go cheap with Raheem Mostert, Matt Breida and a rookie to be named later.

6-8) RB Dion Lewis, TE Delanie Walker and OLB Cameron Wake, Tennessee Titans: Walker is a franchise legend who proved to be one of the best free-agent pickups of the last decade, but he's been unable to stay healthy. Lewis doesn't have the burst he used to back in New England, while Wake struggled to get playing time last season even before being placed on injured reserve in late November.

3) Russell Okung, T, Los Angeles Chargers: A smarter man than I told me to take Okung off this list because left tackles are so hard to find. But a move seems possible, if only because Okung has the Chargers' highest cap figure ($17 million) and played under 300 snaps last season.

Delanie back would be amazing!
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Mostert has been brilliant this season as he has been running hard as soon as he gets the ball and can read the defense on when is the perfect time to cut in when running to the edge.

Coleman has lacked this ability and really on had one good 100 yard game after coming back off injury, Given the lack of cap space and his performance Coleman is in danger of being let go. I would imagine there will be a fierce competition in the preseason over McKinnon, Coleman, Wilson and a young draftee or FA for the spot.
Sanders, he had a good play here and there early in games then would completely disappear
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Originally posted by Goatie:
I got a feeling they are going to cut Sanders because he is too expensive. They relied less on him after he came back from injury and more on Deebo. They have Hurd who should be fit and Taylor. It will be interesting if they make the final cut and Sanders it let go.

He was never fully healthy. A cartilage separation like that takes months, not weeks to heal. IIRC, Kyle said he would not heal fully until the off-season. It would be just a matter of how much pain he could handle.
Originally posted by Goatie:
Mostert has been brilliant this season as he has been running hard as soon as he gets the ball and can read the defense on when is the perfect time to cut in when running to the edge.

Coleman has lacked this ability and really on had one good 100 yard game after coming back off injury, Given the lack of cap space and his performance Coleman is in danger of being let go. I would imagine there will be a fierce competition in the preseason over McKinnon, Coleman, Wilson and a young draftee or FA for the spot.

I recall Coleman signing a pretty cheap deal. I don't' think there will be much savings in cutting him. Now Mckinnon is the guy that really saves some money but i believe he has a dead cap hit. His agent is a beast.
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Originally posted by Waterbear:
Originally posted by TheBhagwan:
the possible cut candidates is crazy!

NFC cut candidates: David Johnson, Everson Griffen to market?

4) Tevin Coleman, RB, San Francisco 49ers: Coleman started the Super Bowl and should be safe, but the 49ers need to create some cap room and don't have many other great options to do so. Kyle Shanahan has proven to be an expert at creating rushing yards from odd places, so it's possible they could try to go cheap with Raheem Mostert, Matt Breida and a rookie to be named later.

6-8) RB Dion Lewis, TE Delanie Walker and OLB Cameron Wake, Tennessee Titans: Walker is a franchise legend who proved to be one of the best free-agent pickups of the last decade, but he's been unable to stay healthy. Lewis doesn't have the burst he used to back in New England, while Wake struggled to get playing time last season even before being placed on injured reserve in late November.

3) Russell Okung, T, Los Angeles Chargers: A smarter man than I told me to take Okung off this list because left tackles are so hard to find. But a move seems possible, if only because Okung has the Chargers' highest cap figure ($17 million) and played under 300 snaps last season.

Delanie back would be amazing!

The 2016 version would be cool. He began to decline in 2017. Since then he has only started 5 games in two seasons. Dude will be 36 before the season starts. We all loved the guy but it is time to call it a career.
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Is Gould under contract?

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Originally posted by lamontb:
Originally posted by Goatie:
Mostert has been brilliant this season as he has been running hard as soon as he gets the ball and can read the defense on when is the perfect time to cut in when running to the edge.

Coleman has lacked this ability and really on had one good 100 yard game after coming back off injury, Given the lack of cap space and his performance Coleman is in danger of being let go. I would imagine there will be a fierce competition in the preseason over McKinnon, Coleman, Wilson and a young draftee or FA for the spot.

I recall Coleman signing a pretty cheap deal. I don't' think there will be much savings in cutting him. Now Mckinnon is the guy that really saves some money but i believe he has a dead cap hit. His agent is a beast.

Jet has a $4,550,000 cap savings but a $4,000,000 dead money hit. Coleman saves $4,900,000 if cut with no cap hit.

I would rather have Coleman. He is a better complement to Mostert than Jet. More power.
[ Edited by dj43 on Feb 13, 2020 at 3:33 PM ]
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Originally posted by Kyzen:
Is Gould under contract?

Three more years but the final two years are option years. He is not an option to cut this season. $6,600,000 dead money hit if cut.
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Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by Goatie:
I got a feeling they are going to cut Sanders because he is too expensive. They relied less on him after he came back from injury and more on Deebo. They have Hurd who should be fit and Taylor. It will be interesting if they make the final cut and Sanders it let go.

He was never fully healthy. A cartilage separation like that takes months, not weeks to heal. IIRC, Kyle said he would not heal fully until the off-season. It would be just a matter of how much pain he could handle.


Oh ok I didn't know he had not fully recovered. He was certainly a boost when he first arrived. RIBS hurt for a long time once injured. I have broken mine before. They hurt like a b***h
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The only WR cut that seems certain is Goodwin. $3,365,000 cap savings if he goes. $1,250,000 dead money hit.

Beyond that, a lot depends on the health of Hurd and Taylor. If there is any question at all on those two, Pettis stays. We only save $378,000 if he is cut but carry $1,367,000 in dead money. He gets another off-season and TC to show he really wants it.

People talk about drafting a speed WR but with so much invested already and only a single pick in the first four rounds, I don't see us going that way unless somebody really falls. I don't like players that go crashing down the boards. (Foster)
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Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by Kyzen:
Is Gould under contract?

Three more years but the final two years are option years. He is not an option to cut this season. $6,600,000 dead money hit if cut.

Lol, well he won't be going anywhere this coming season.
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