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Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Originally posted by Youngone:
Kyle said Weston Richburg retiring, what cap space does that create?

When all is said and done, they'll get $1.075M, but for top 51 rule wise, they only get back $225K when he retires. He already took the pay cut at the beginning of the offseason, where they gained $6.875M. Still even with the $1.075M in the end, they will be between $8M-$10M under(depending on the roster) when the season begins, that includes the practice squad, but not a Warner extension.

Time to restructure Armstead.
We should try to do a sign and trade agreement. Bump up Julio's guaranteed 2022 money for less guaranteed 2021 money.
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by thl408:

Big news. They usually have to wait to get this figure right before free agency (new league year). We'll see if it gets there!

Good news.

About a 25 mil increase followed by another 25 mil off the books after Jimmy G is gone (minus the small cap hit). If we were to make a move on Julio, we could do so and still have plenty of money to prioritize free agents again (I assume we could lose a player like Tartt next year or K Williams, Mostert. I do think we can fit most players under our cap with that extra 50 million
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by thl408:

Big news. They usually have to wait to get this figure right before free agency (new league year). We'll see if it gets there!

Good news.

Not really. If that's indeed the final number, it's not even enough to cover Jimmy's salary if they want to keep him in 2022. That's a $26 million increase but they have a ton of contracts to do again next year since they did mostly one tear deals this year.
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by thl408:

Big news. They usually have to wait to get this figure right before free agency (new league year). We'll see if it gets there!

Good news.

Not really. If that's indeed the final number, it's not even enough to cover Jimmy's salary if they want to keep him in 2022. That's a $26 million increase but they have a ton of contracts to do again next year since they did mostly one tear deals this year.
You don't trade 3 first round picks for a QB and sit him multiple years in an era where, unless you're Tom Brady, it's extremely unlikely to win a SB after your QB's rookie deal.
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Originally posted by Waterbear:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by thl408:

Big news. They usually have to wait to get this figure right before free agency (new league year). We'll see if it gets there!

Good news.

Not really. If that's indeed the final number, it's not even enough to cover Jimmy's salary if they want to keep him in 2022. That's a $26 million increase but they have a ton of contracts to do again next year since they did mostly one tear deals this year.
You don't trade 3 first round picks for a QB and sit him multiple years in an era where, unless you're Tom Brady, it's extremely unlikely to win a SB after your QB's rookie deal.

What might help (defer to AB81 on this) Richburg retires and Dee Ford is cut, and that frees up some cap space. They probably will lose out on some of the players on one year deals though, those guys-- if they kill it in 2021-- are going to get their payday on other teams. Example Arden Key, if he gets 8+ sacks this year, he'll be in seadderall land next year with an 11 million dollar (or something like that) contract.
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Originally posted by Waterbear:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by thl408:

Big news. They usually have to wait to get this figure right before free agency (new league year). We'll see if it gets there!

Good news.

Not really. If that's indeed the final number, it's not even enough to cover Jimmy's salary if they want to keep him in 2022. That's a $26 million increase but they have a ton of contracts to do again next year since they did mostly one tear deals this year.
You don't trade 3 first round picks for a QB and sit him multiple years in an era where, unless you're Tom Brady, it's extremely unlikely to win a SB after your QB's rookie deal.

My hope is that Jimmy gets us #6 Lombardi and then ShanaLynch has the *option* of trading him for two number 1 picks. That frees up cap space and increases our draft capital big time, on top of setting up this team to win multiple super bowls in the next decade, if they decide to trade him. We shall see.
If Richburg retires today it's almost a 7m cap hit in 2021, 0 in 2022
If he retires post June 1, the 7m is split between 2021 and 2022.

Jimmy G traded in 2022 frees around 25m.

Not sure about Ford situation.

The only key FA in 2022 is Warner. Sure there's all the 1 year deal club who are scheduled FA like Verrett, Tartt, Williams but there will be space to pick up some FA to fill whichever hole is left. Mostert and Wilson are gone in 2022 too. Tarvarius Moore could be up for an slight extension. Laken Tomlinson could eventually be replaced if Jaylon Moore steps up.
Originally posted by thl408:

Remember that the ceiling is the highest, it's projected to be $203m, but some within the NFL, think it's more likely $195m-$200m, depends on revenue for 2021, like 100% capacity at all games.
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by dirty09:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Update, I decided to actually buy a service to copyright protect my content, through Wordpress, for $45 for 1 time, no one can do anything, the only way you're getting my info is by actually taking a camera or phone and taking a picture, I've disabled the ability to take a screen shot and to print it out. If anyone wants to see or have a copy for themselves, let me know, I'm happy to email a copy, just tired of Spotrac copying without giving credit. Also the site is 100% secure, https secured, https://www.49erscap.com/

You have a real talent with these #'s and info. Has any larger sports companies tried to hire you for your content? Seems like you could make some good money doing this. Congrats.

I was thinking the EXACT same thing just now. He should monetize this talent.

Thanks Dirty, no, no one has, I've reached out, was told because I identify as a 49ers fan that would be a negative against me, also that there isn't a need for salary cap news. I appreciate that pdizo, I know we don't always see eye for eye, but I do respect you, so thank you.
Latest article, I take a look at the 49ers 2022 cap situation.

https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/05/27/taking-a-look-at-the-49ers-2022-salary-cap-situation-after-the-nfl-nflpa-agreed-to-a-208-2-million-salary-cap-ceiling-for-2022/

I added a new section, since the main page is the 2021 cap page, I added a Articles page/section, https://49erscap.com/index.php/articles/, so that has all of the articles/posts I've written. 9 on a page.

Also, let me know if there is anything you guys want me to write about? Or anything about the site.

Also want to say thank you, May we had over 18GB of Bandwidth, best ever, more than every other month combined. over 80K views.
My latest article on where the 49ers stand with their 2021 cap space, going from now, to when they sign their 3 unsigned picks all the way to opening day. https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/15/taking-a-look-at-what-the-49ers-2021-cap-room-looks-like-post-injuries-to-justin-skule-tarvarius-moore/

Also if you guys can be pointers on what to do with the site, maybe layout, design, content, etc...

Also if your interested in writing for the site, let me know, but it doesn't pay.
So, I recently did a 9-part series on the 49ers salary cap by position group, feel free to give them a look.

QB: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/17/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-quarterbacks-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

RB/FB: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/18/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-running-backs-fullbacks-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

WR: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/19/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-wide-receivers-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

TE: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/20/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-tight-ends-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

OL: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/21/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-offensive-lineman-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

DL: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/22/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-defensive-lineman-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

LB: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/23/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-linebackers-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

DB: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/24/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-defensive-backs-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

ST: https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/25/looking-at-how-much-the-49ers-special-teamers-will-make-for-2021-with-analysis/

Also I have 2 articles set for Sunday & Monday, I go over the 49ers NFL Drafts since 2017 when John & Kyle took over(Sunday), and Looking at the 49ers FAs & Trades since 2017 when John & Kyle took over(Monday)

If you guys like the site, please tweet, or just let another 49ers friend know about the site, it'll really help out the site, especially the growth of the site.

Also today's article ranking each player(in no order) on the roster into tiers.

https://49erscap.com/index.php/2021/06/26/ranking-each-49ers-players-currently-on-the-2021-roster-by-tiers/
[ Edited by AB81Rules on Jun 26, 2021 at 5:43 PM ]
Good articles ab
Originally posted by frozen49er:
Good articles ab

Thanks frozen, appreciate it.
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