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Free Agency 2015 ....

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Updated Names linked to Falcons

M Bryant (signed)

Spoon

A Smith

D Lowery

J Thomas TE Broncos

JPP DE Giants

G Hardy DE Panthers

M Smith LB Seahawks

B Maxwell CB Seahawks

J Forsett RB Ravens

J Hughes DE Bills

D McCourty FS Patriots

Julius Thomas is gonna ask 9-10mil/yr imo, this is the first time a top 3 TE will be on the open market in the past few years. Some team might throw 10mil+

JPP is going to be tagged

Hardy is up for grabs from a lot of teams, weary, but I think he gets a nice pay day

Malcolm Smith will be re-signed by Seattle

Byron Maxwell will go to Atlanta or another CB thirsty team

Justin Forsett is going to re-sign with Baltimore

Jerry Hughes is going to be tagged if he's not signed

Devin McCourty is a tricky one. NE tend to keep players they know will last for a while and their play can stay high. It truly depends on NE

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Had a feeling harry would kick rocks. Hopefully he gets a shot to start somewhere

he will

i dont think Ryan Jones and White are very happy about it...

but hey

its a biz man

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Falcons nearly at 30mil in cap space...

Saints nearly at -24mil

Should be a fun offseason of not having to make a crap ton of moves to sign one/two non productive players for us.

http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/cap/

man

i misread the numbers

i thought Saints were only 24 k over, not 24 mil over ....holy sh1t

yet they will all stand and claim Loomis is God lmao

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top 25 FAs

dont know who is making this list, but G Hardy outa the top 10 is an epic FAIL....

1. Ndamukong Suh, Detroit Lions defensive tackle
2. Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher
3. Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver
4. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos wide receiver
5. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants defensive end
6. Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos tight end
7. Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers guard
8. Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers wide receiver
9. Devin McCourty, New England Patriots safety
10. DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys running back
11. Jerry Hughes, Buffalo Bills pass rusher
12. Jason Worilds, Pittsburgh Steelers pass rusher
13. Jared Odrick, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle
14. Pernell McPhee, Baltimore Ravens pass rusher
15. Terrance Knighton, Denver Broncos defensive tackle
16. Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver
17. Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles pass rusher
18. Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver
19. Greg Hardy, Carolina Panthers pass rusher*
20. Byron Maxwell, Seattle Seahawks cornerback
21. C.J. Spiller, Buffalo Bills running back
22. Nick Fairley, Detroit Lions defensive tackle
23. Brandon Flowers, San Diego Chargers cornerback
24. Brian Orakpo, Washington Redskins pass rusher
25. Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns tight end

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man

i misread the numbers

i thought Saints were only 24 k over, not 24 mil over ....holy sh1t

yet they will all stand and claim Loomis is God lmao

It's more like $28M Shredd

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It's more like $28M Shredd

thats insane

how do you get that far over with only 2 super stars ?????

World Champion Pats , with all their Super Stars are only 4 mil over

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top 25 FAs

dont know who is making this list, but G Hardy outa the top 10 is an epic FAIL....

1. Ndamukong Suh, Detroit Lions defensive tackle

2. Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher

3. Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver

4. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos wide receiver

5. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants defensive end

6. Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos tight end

7. Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers guard

8. Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers wide receiver

9. Devin McCourty, New England Patriots safety

10. DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys running back

11. Jerry Hughes, Buffalo Bills pass rusher

12. Jason Worilds, Pittsburgh Steelers pass rusher

13. Jared Odrick, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle

14. Pernell McPhee, Baltimore Ravens pass rusher

15. Terrance Knighton, Denver Broncos defensive tackle

16. Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver

17. Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles pass rusher

18. Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver

19. Greg Hardy, Carolina Panthers pass rusher*

20. Byron Maxwell, Seattle Seahawks cornerback

21. C.J. Spiller, Buffalo Bills running back

22. Nick Fairley, Detroit Lions defensive tackle

23. Brandon Flowers, San Diego Chargers cornerback

24. Brian Orakpo, Washington Redskins pass rusher

25. Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns tight end

So Shred...How many of them will the Falcons sign 12? 15? 20?

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man

i misread the numbers

i thought Saints were only 24 k over, not 24 mil over ....holy sh1t

yet they will all stand and claim Loomis is God lmao

With the release of McClown the Bucs are close to $32 Million under.

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Only 3?? Which ones?

Thomas, Maxwell, and who else?

Thomas

Hughes

and McCourty

would be my guess

would like to say G Hardy

but yea

we cant even talk to him until he clears the except list

as other become available

the list could change

but the 3 guys i mentioned, could help us alot imo

2 in the top 10??

yes

and all 3 in the top 11

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With the release of McClown the Bucs are close to $32 Million under.

yea bucs have lotsa cash, and a pretty good roster aside from QB already

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thats insane

how do you get that far over with only 2 super stars ?????

World Champion Pats , with all their Super Stars are only 4 mil over

magic

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yea bucs have lotsa cash, and a pretty good roster aside from QB already

Lovie says they're planning on spending most all of it too. I just hope he does better than last season. NO MORE Bengal Free Agents!

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Tracking NFL veteran cuts

Like roster cut down day, the space between the end of the regular season and the next year's free agency sees plenty of big names changing addresses.

And while some of these veterans will end up back with their team at a reduced salary, others will provide a majority of the intrigue heading into the open market period, which is closing in rapidly.

Here are the big names that have already been let go:

Brian Hartline: The Dolphins wideout is just two years removed from a 76-catch, 1,016-yard season in 2013, but Miami could not carry a salary of almost $6 million for this year.

Steven Jackson: Kyle Shanahan's system was never going to be kind to the bruising running back, especially at 31. But expect the former first-round pick, who has amassed more than 11,000 career rushing yards, to be on a roster very soon.

Chris Canty: Canty will not immediately fade away into retirement, and it sounds like he'll search for a roster spot elsewhere in 2015. In the interim, saving almost $3 million against the cap was just too tempting for the Ravens to pass up.

Ted Ginn: Ginn's 2013 season in Carolina proved he could be a steady third or fourth option at wide receiver, though Arizona never had that kind of plan for him. The special teams dynamo and former first-round pick will hit the market once again. Could Cleveland be in his future?

Harry Douglas: The wideout saves the Falcons almost $4 million against the cap, which doubles their savings following the Jackson release. Don't be surprised if he comes back cheaper, though. In 2013, he had 85 catches and 1,067 yards.

A.J. Hawk: It will be bizarre to see the Packers lifer in another uniform next year, but that's what it looks like at the moment. Hawk has been dependable, but had trouble living up to lofty draft expectations (none of which were his fault).

Reggie Bush: His renaissance in Miami led him to become the crown jewel of Detroit's free agency class just two years ago. But what will the market look like now for the 29-year-old speed back who has not played a full season since 2012?

Tyvon Branch: The former fourth-round pick played in just five games over the last two seasons. Jack Del Rio needs more dependability from his quarterback on defense.

Kendall Langford: The massive space eater was drawing some interest at the trade deadline but ultimately fell victim to a glut at the position, headlined by budding star Aaron Donald. Still, don't expect Langford to stay on ice for long.

Anthony Fasano: Even at 30, the versatile tight end has done enough to earn himself another 1-year deal somewhere.

Todd Herremans: Herremans played in 124 games since 2005, but his longevity was not enough to save him from a money dump. Depth at guard is valuable, and he'll land safely somewhere else, perhaps even in Kansas City playing for old pal Andy Reid.

Jacoby Jones: The return specialist left money on the table to stay in Baltimore last year, but will be looking for work again in 2015. Look for his market to still be robust considering the need for reliable special teamers.

Peyton Hillis: A former star in Cleveland, Hillis had a nice final act with the Giants (unless he catches on yet again). Despite being unable to live up to the Madden cover hype, the bruising back carved himself out a nice niche.

Mathias Kiwanuka: The list of Giants remaining from their 2011 championship team (and 2007, for that matter) is getting dramatically shorter. Kiwanuka took a paycut to save his spot last year, but wasn't as lucky in 2015.

Greg Little: The Cincinnati Bengals decided to part ways with the wideout after he caught just six passes for 69 yards last season.

Barry Cofield: The Washington Redskins decided to terminate Cofield's contract after the nose tackle posted one sack and five tackles in 2014.

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How many super stars do the pats really have?

3?

And one is in a team friendly deal that he's trying to get out of.

T Brady

Gronk

V Wilfork

D Revis

D McCourty

J Collins

all super stars IMO

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