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  1. https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nfl/news/nfl-draft-green-room-players-left-will-levis-undrafted/hmjnudeusio0mdppxzacvoar I mean you could be right, but an invite is no guarantee. edit: super slow. But links?!?
  2. A big portion of what makes it so big is the bonus money already paid. The new team can't take money paid in the past and the values get accelerated to the original team. There isn't a way for the new team to take on cashed checks. Although looking here, there are lots on option bonuses that a new team could potentially take on. So the dead caps listed here are in the event of a cut. Maybe a trade wouldn't be as painful depending on the contract language. Second edit: The first option bonus triggers 3/22, so I think the 50.6 mill 2024 and 45 mill 2025 would become hit for the new team.
  3. Trying to find a historic equivalent, this is the closest I found from 2022. If no 3rd coming back, I could see 36, 78 getting to 22-24ish. Although that includes Philly and Dallas (and Minnesota's new pick) so may lower the chances for that. Maybe if Chargers get it they will pick with 11 and want to trade back from the 23... lots of options there.
  4. Add to it McKinney just got 4/$67 with $23 million guaranteed. Different players, but I'm sure that's part of the equation. If they keep doing the void years (which I'm not sure I'm a big fan of) they could get those numbers to be pretty reasonable. But it's a turn from the path they have taken so far.
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