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I'm asking because I'd like to see them all in one place instead of in 6-7 different topics if that's ok with you hjerry

There's a thread in NFL Draft & FA will the signings. You can also see all known cap changes on spotrac and overthecap.

It's nothing against you personally, but it's just stupid that anew one of these is made at least once a day.

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No, and people need to stop asking this. Contract details are always posted once available.

Who the fook put you in charge......

You know hjerry I'm sure you're a great guy and I appreciate your enthusiasm and dedication toward the Falcons but you can come across as a jerk sometimes. And please realize some folks don't stay on the boards 24/7 like you and may not what's has or hasn't been posted. Have a nice day

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Welcome to the message board. You know how many Hardy and Clowney threads have been made in the past?

Hardy and Clowney are discussion based threads, though there are still too many. You are asking for a specific piece of info, which could readily be obtained without the creation of yet another thread, if you were only willing to look. Heck, you could have found this out yourself, in the time since you made this thread.

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Who the fook put you in charge......

You know hjerry I'm sure you're a great guy and I appreciate your enthusiasm and dedication toward the Falcons but you can come across as a jerk sometimes. And please realize some folks don't stay on the boards 24/7 like you and may not what's has or hasn't been posted. Have a nice day

Don't really care what you think of me. There is no need for a thread everyday asking this same question, when there are already threads being made to present everyone with the info being asked for. If you think that makes me a "jerk" than so be it. I really couldn't care less.

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Don't really care what you think of me. There is no need for a thread everyday asking this same question, when there are already threads being made to present everyone with the info being asked for. If you think that makes me a "jerk" than so be it. I really couldn't care less.

Like he said, some people have other things to do with their life than stalk a message board 24/7. Their thoughts and opinions and questions are also welcome here. That's the first time I have seen someone ask this question which is why I clicked on the topic, I was curious to the answer. No need to act like a big Internet guy and tell people what and how to post. I appreciate the thread, and I'm looking forward to an answer at some point instead of mindless complaining.

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Like he said, some people have other things to do with their life than stalk a message board 24/7. Their thoughts and opinions and questions are also welcome here. That's the first time I have seen someone ask this question which is why I clicked on the topic, I was curious to the answer. No need to act like a big Internet guy and tell people what and how to post. I appreciate the thread, and I'm looking forward to an answer at some point instead of mindless complaining.

An answer has already been given, or do you need someone to type it all out rather going there? As I already said, there is a thread by Kayoh in NFL Draft and FA with all the info, and spotrac and over the cap have all available info as well. Why do you need it all typed out in this thread, when you can just to either of those spots? There's really no offense intended here, as I said in an earlier post, but there really is one of these made every day.

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Breaking down Falcons deals for Durant, Hankerson, Person

By Vaughn McClure | ESPN.com

As of Friday morning, NFLPA records showed the Atlanta Falcons with $23,855,200 in cap space. The contracts for newly signed players Brooks Reed, Justin Durant, Leonard Hankerson and Mike Person are in the system while the contracts for Adrian Clayborn, O'Brien Schofield and Antone Smith are not in the system.

Durant's contract includes provisions obviously based on his injury history. He can earn much more money by remaining healthy.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, here is how the contracts for Durant, Person and Hankerson break down (Reed's details not available just yet):

JUSTIN DURANT, LB (three-year contract)

Base salaries: $1,400,000 (2015); $1,750,000 (2016); $2,000,000 (2017)

Signing bonus: $1,250,000

Cap numbers: $3,666,666 (2015); $3,416,666 (2016); $3,716,668 (2017)

Roster bonuses: $1,850,000 (2015, roster bonus of $805,000 if he plays 65 percent and is on roster last game of season in 2015, additional roster bonus of $65,625 per game active, max value $1.05M); $1,250,000 (2016, roster bonus of $78,125 per game active, max value $1.25M, escalator of up to $1.35M available based on playtime and playoffs); $1,300,000 (2017, roster bonus of $81,250 per game active, max value $1.3M, escalator of up to $1.65M available based on playtime and playoffs).

MIKE PERSON, G (three-year contract)

Base salaries: $745,000 (2015); $1,000,000 (2016); $1,105,000 (2017)

Signing bonus: $500,000

Cap numbers: $911,666 (2015); $1,116,666 (2016); $1,271,668 (2017)

Roster bonus: none

LEONARD HANKERSON, WR (one-year contract)

Base salary: $745,000

Signing bonus: $255,000

Cap number: $1,000,000

Roster bonus: none

http://espn.go.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/12328/breaking-down-falcons-deals-for-durant-hankerson?src=mobile&rand=ref~{%22ref%22%3A%22http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FGKcArvnsbO%22}

Brooks Reed, LB (according to capologist)

Cap hits

2015: 3,140,000

2016: 3,440,000

2017: 5,040,000

2018: 5,440,000

2019: 5,440.000

$1 million escalators for pro bowl 2015-2018

2015 fully guaranteed, 2016 pretty much fully guaranteed.

Adrian Clayborn DE (cap hit is not in system yet, but can't be more than $4.5m contract max)

vaughn mcclure @vxmcclure23 · 1d 1 day ago

Adrian Clayborn will sign a 1-year contract with a max value of $4.5 million, source tells me. Signing bonus unclear.

O'Brien Schofield DE/OLB and Antone Smith RB (no contract info yet on either player)

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Don't really care what you think of me. There is no need for a thread everyday asking this same question, when there are already threads being made to present everyone with the info being asked for. If you think that makes me a "jerk" than so be it. I really couldn't care less.

Like I said who put you in charge. Yep you are a jerk and always have been. So now you know and guess what....you do care what i think or you wouldn't have replied. I bet you're the third grade class bully....and please don't reply I'm done with you. Just wanted you to know you're a arrogant smart @$$ and falcon frenzy didn't deserve your comments. Done with ya

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Breaking down Falcons deals for Durant, Hankerson, Person

By Vaughn McClure | ESPN.com

As of Friday morning, NFLPA records showed the Atlanta Falcons with $23,855,200 in cap space. The contracts for newly signed players Brooks Reed, Justin Durant, Leonard Hankerson and Mike Person are in the system while the contracts for Adrian Clayborn, O'Brien Schofield and Antone Smith are not in the system.

Durant's contract includes provisions obviously based on his injury history. He can earn much more money by remaining healthy.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, here is how the contracts for Durant, Person and Hankerson break down (Reed's details not available just yet):JUSTIN DURANT, LB (three-year contract)Base salaries: $1,400,000 (2015); $1,750,000 (2016); $2,000,000 (2017)Signing bonus: $1,250,000Cap numbers: $3,666,666 (2015); $3,416,666 (2016); $3,716,668 (2017)Roster bonuses: $1,850,000 (2015, roster bonus of $805,000 if he plays 65 percent and is on roster last game of season in 2015, additional roster bonus of $65,625 per game active, max value $1.05M); $1,250,000 (2016, roster bonus of $78,125 per game active, max value $1.25M, escalator of up to $1.35M available based on playtime and playoffs); $1,300,000 (2017, roster bonus of $81,250 per game active, max value $1.3M, escalator of up to $1.65M available based on playtime and playoffs).

MIKE PERSON, G (three-year contract)Base salaries: $745,000 (2015); $1,000,000 (2016); $1,105,000 (2017)Signing bonus: $500,000Cap numbers: $911,666 (2015); $1,116,666 (2016); $1,271,668 (2017)Roster bonus: none

LEONARD HANKERSON, WR (one-year contract)Base salary: $745,000Signing bonus: $255,000Cap number: $1,000,000Roster bonus: none

http://espn.go.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/12328/breaking-down-falcons-deals-for-durant-hankerson?src=mobile&rand=ref~{"ref"%3A"http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FGKcArvnsbO"}

Brooks Reed, LB (according to capologist)

Cap hits

2015: 3,140,000

2016: 3,440,000

2017: 5,040,000

2018: 5,440,000

2019: 5,440.000

$1 million escalators for pro bowl 2015-2018

2015 fully guaranteed, 2016 pretty much fully guaranteed.

Adrian Clayborn DE (cap hit is not in system yet, but can't be more than $4.5m contract max)

vaughn mcclure @vxmcclure23 · 1d 1 day ago

Adrian Clayborn will sign a 1-year contract with a max value of $4.5 million, source tells me. Signing bonus unclear.

O'Brien Schofield DE/OLB and Antone Smith RB (no contract info yet on either player)

Thanks for the post

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