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New Year, New Off-Season Plan

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Happy New Year everyone! With 2020 upon us, new hopes and dreams fill the air. With 2019 behind us, anything is possible. Of course there is still a massive dearth of talent on this team, and the next in game adjustment Gase makes will be his first. Gase’s ineptitude aside, we can still take large steps to building this team into a contender. Joe Douglas will get his first crack as a GM. I am excited to see what he can do. With some shrewd moves in free agency and a solid draft, we can be well on our way to making this team look like it belongs in this league. Before JD gets his chance to shine, here is my pre-combine off-season plan.

Starting Cap: $59.5M

Starting Draft Capital: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th

Unrestricted Free Agents To Bring Back (2020 Cap Number)

Robby Anderson: $13M

Brian Poole: $10M

Neville Hewitt: $1.9M

Jordan Jenkins: $8M

Alex Lewis: $5M

Lachlan Edwards: $1.1M

Trevor Siemian: $2M

Restricted Free Agents To Bring Back (2020 Cap Number)

James Burgess: $1.9M

Arthur Maulet: $1.7M

Remaining Cap: $14.9M

Players To Cut (Cap Savings)

Trumaine Johnson - $3M

Avery Williamson - $6.5M - :(

Brian Winters - $7.2M

Darryl Roberts - $6M

Josh Bellamy - $2.2M

Cap Surplus: $39.8M

Free Agents To Bring In

C/G, Ted Karras - $7M

CB, James Bradberry - $11M

T/G, Brandon Scherff - $11M

K, Kai Forbath - $1.5M

Remaining Cap: $9.3M


Round 1: OT, Jedrick Wills, Alabama

Round 2: WR, Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona St

Round 3: CB, Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi St

Round 3: IOL, Matt Hennessy, Temple

Round 4: RB, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU

Round 5: EDGE, Alex Highsmith, Charlotte

Round 6: OT, Colton McKivitz, West Virginia

Round 7: CB, Kindle Vildor, Georgia Southern

Notable UDFA: QB, Sam Ehlinger, Texas

Potential 53 Man Roster