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** Official 2014 Philadelphia Eagles Thread **

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Ed Marynowitz?

Chip Kellys search for a a new personnel executive is underway.

Ed Marynowitz has emerged as a serious candidate, according to Pro Football Talk. Marynowitz is currently the Eagles assistant director of player personnel.

Prior to joining the Eagles in 2012, he worked as the director of player personnel for the University of Alabama, playing a key role in the program's recruiting efforts. He was a scouting assistant for the Dolphins before that, working alongside Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland.

The Media, Pa. native played quarterback for LaSalle University.

Marynowitz is considered one of the up-and-comers in the organization.

"Chip will not be doing this himself, obviously," said Jeffrey Lurie, upon handing full personnel authority over to Kelly. "He has been charged with recruiting and hiring a new personnel executive that will report directly to him and together we will move forward with this new, highly-integrated approach."

http://www.phillymag.com/birds247/2015/01/03/report-maryonwitz-emerges-serious-candidate/

Dude comes from football factory.

#GoExplorers

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OK Howie, manage the cap: http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/12/11/7376451/nfl-salary-cap-nflpa-2015

Numbers may be off here, as the NFLPA is arguing the cap should rise (tied to revenues, and revenue is UP)

Here is how the 2015 cap breaks down for each team, projected at $140 million:

Team Cap Space

Oakland Raiders $53,351,162

Jacksonville Jaguars $43,542,172

New York Jets $41,415,680

Cleveland Browns $38,181,890

Seattle Seahawks $34,391,030

Tennessee Titans $33,296,652

Indianapolis Colts $31,724,674

Denver Broncos $31,113,668

Tampa Bay Buccaneers $31,093,495

Chicago Bears $30,970,313

Cincinnati Bengals $29,940,910

Atlanta Falcons $26,836,029

San Diego Chargers $26,223,487

Green Bay Packers $17,784,036

Buffalo Bills $17,365,927

New York Giants $17,343,332

Detroit Lions $16,962,243

Washington $15,759,322

Houston Texans $11,072,218

Carolina Panthers $10,815,777

Minnesota Vikings $9,852,564

St. Louis Rams $5,395,253

Philadelphia Eagles $4,508,844

Pittsburgh Steelers $4,425,765

Baltimore Ravens $3,295,483

Dallas Cowboys $2,297,645

Kansas City Chiefs $1,745,325

New England Patriots $1,589,619

Miami Dolphins -$2,611,177

San Francisco 49ers -$9,087,358

Arizona Cardinals -$9,843,495

New Orleans Saints -$20,010,991

So, $4.5M to start with but certainly there will be cuts. Who's on the block? Here's a cap view for the 2015 team: http://overthecap.com/salary-cap/philadelphia-eagles

Jumping off the page to me are:

1. Casey - $4M saved if cut, $0 in dead money

2. Cole - $8.4M saved if cut, $3.2M in dead money (Cole already talking about restructuring, wants to stay)

3. McCoy - $7.5M saved if cut, $4.4M in dead money (Restructuring? Was mentioned, and he played coy)

4. Carey Williams - $6.5M saved if cut, $1.66M in dead money

5. Celek - $4.8M saved if cut, $0 in dead money

Chip targeted Casey, loves Celek...hard to read if his 'personnel decision making power' allows Roseman to do anything, or if the team feels it wise. Celek is an excellent blocker and had a good 2014. IMO Casey contributed little to nothing for his $4M and that money can be used elsewhere. Cole and McCoy restructure freeing up more. I'd like to see Williams cut or dealt as well.

Be interesting to see the 'new look' front office navigate this offseason.

Not sure where they're getting $4.5. Eaglescap.com has it currently at $20.6mil.

Yeah...I thought The Eagles were in good shape RE the cap

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OK Howie, manage the cap: http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/12/11/7376451/nfl-salary-cap-nflpa-2015

Numbers may be off here, as the NFLPA is arguing the cap should rise (tied to revenues, and revenue is UP)

Here is how the 2015 cap breaks down for each team, projected at $140 million:

Team Cap Space

Oakland Raiders $53,351,162

Jacksonville Jaguars $43,542,172

New York Jets $41,415,680

Cleveland Browns $38,181,890

Seattle Seahawks $34,391,030

Tennessee Titans $33,296,652

Indianapolis Colts $31,724,674

Denver Broncos $31,113,668

Tampa Bay Buccaneers $31,093,495

Chicago Bears $30,970,313

Cincinnati Bengals $29,940,910

Atlanta Falcons $26,836,029

San Diego Chargers $26,223,487

Green Bay Packers $17,784,036

Buffalo Bills $17,365,927

New York Giants $17,343,332

Detroit Lions $16,962,243

Washington $15,759,322

Houston Texans $11,072,218

Carolina Panthers $10,815,777

Minnesota Vikings $9,852,564

St. Louis Rams $5,395,253

Philadelphia Eagles $4,508,844

Pittsburgh Steelers $4,425,765

Baltimore Ravens $3,295,483

Dallas Cowboys $2,297,645

Kansas City Chiefs $1,745,325

New England Patriots $1,589,619

Miami Dolphins -$2,611,177

San Francisco 49ers -$9,087,358

Arizona Cardinals -$9,843,495

New Orleans Saints -$20,010,991

So, $4.5M to start with but certainly there will be cuts. Who's on the block? Here's a cap view for the 2015 team: http://overthecap.com/salary-cap/philadelphia-eagles

Jumping off the page to me are:

1. Casey - $4M saved if cut, $0 in dead money

2. Cole - $8.4M saved if cut, $3.2M in dead money (Cole already talking about restructuring, wants to stay)

3. McCoy - $7.5M saved if cut, $4.4M in dead money (Restructuring? Was mentioned, and he played coy)

4. Carey Williams - $6.5M saved if cut, $1.66M in dead money

5. Celek - $4.8M saved if cut, $0 in dead money

Chip targeted Casey, loves Celek...hard to read if his 'personnel decision making power' allows Roseman to do anything, or if the team feels it wise. Celek is an excellent blocker and had a good 2014. IMO Casey contributed little to nothing for his $4M and that money can be used elsewhere. Cole and McCoy restructure freeing up more. I'd like to see Williams cut or dealt as well.

Be interesting to see the 'new look' front office navigate this offseason.

Not sure where they're getting $4.5. Eaglescap.com has it currently at $20.6mil.

Yeah...I thought The Eagles were in good shape RE the cap
everyone looks due for a raise

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OK Howie, manage the cap: http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/12/11/7376451/nfl-salary-cap-nflpa-2015

Numbers may be off here, as the NFLPA is arguing the cap should rise (tied to revenues, and revenue is UP)

Here is how the 2015 cap breaks down for each team, projected at $140 million:

Team Cap Space

Oakland Raiders $53,351,162

Jacksonville Jaguars $43,542,172

New York Jets $41,415,680

Cleveland Browns $38,181,890

Seattle Seahawks $34,391,030

Tennessee Titans $33,296,652

Indianapolis Colts $31,724,674

Denver Broncos $31,113,668

Tampa Bay Buccaneers $31,093,495

Chicago Bears $30,970,313

Cincinnati Bengals $29,940,910

Atlanta Falcons $26,836,029

San Diego Chargers $26,223,487

Green Bay Packers $17,784,036

Buffalo Bills $17,365,927

New York Giants $17,343,332

Detroit Lions $16,962,243

Washington $15,759,322

Houston Texans $11,072,218

Carolina Panthers $10,815,777

Minnesota Vikings $9,852,564

St. Louis Rams $5,395,253

Philadelphia Eagles $4,508,844

Pittsburgh Steelers $4,425,765

Baltimore Ravens $3,295,483

Dallas Cowboys $2,297,645

Kansas City Chiefs $1,745,325

New England Patriots $1,589,619

Miami Dolphins -$2,611,177

San Francisco 49ers -$9,087,358

Arizona Cardinals -$9,843,495

New Orleans Saints -$20,010,991

So, $4.5M to start with but certainly there will be cuts. Who's on the block? Here's a cap view for the 2015 team: http://overthecap.com/salary-cap/philadelphia-eagles

Jumping off the page to me are:

1. Casey - $4M saved if cut, $0 in dead money

2. Cole - $8.4M saved if cut, $3.2M in dead money (Cole already talking about restructuring, wants to stay)

3. McCoy - $7.5M saved if cut, $4.4M in dead money (Restructuring? Was mentioned, and he played coy)

4. Carey Williams - $6.5M saved if cut, $1.66M in dead money

5. Celek - $4.8M saved if cut, $0 in dead money

Chip targeted Casey, loves Celek...hard to read if his 'personnel decision making power' allows Roseman to do anything, or if the team feels it wise. Celek is an excellent blocker and had a good 2014. IMO Casey contributed little to nothing for his $4M and that money can be used elsewhere. Cole and McCoy restructure freeing up more. I'd like to see Williams cut or dealt as well.

Be interesting to see the 'new look' front office navigate this offseason.

Not sure where they're getting $4.5. Eaglescap.com has it currently at $20.6mil.

Yeah...I thought The Eagles were in good shape RE the cap
everyone looks due for a raise

That may be but the number above can't speculate that. No idea where it came from.

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Overthecap.com

Are any of the numbers wrong?

Maybe the cap is fine talk is because so many expect the cap casualties and restructures to happen.

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http://eaglescap.com

Currently has $20.2 mil based on all contracts as they stand.

Never mind. I just noticed the dude that maintains said he no longer is doing it back at the beginning of the year. Ugh.

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http://overthecap.com/salary-cap-space

Showing $19.7M here. Not sure where SBNation above got $4.5?

Regardless, the players listed above and savings/dead money is accurate. IMO this is a critical offseason to see the new senior leadership structure in place by Lurie in action.

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I thought with cutting DeSean, we were rolling his savings over into cap savings for this year?

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Showing $19.7M here. Not sure where SBNation above got $4.5?

Regardless, the players listed above and savings/dead money is accurate. IMO this is a critical offseason to see the new senior leadership structure in place by Lurie in action.

It appears SBN just takes the $136MM in contracts and subtracts it from $140 for all teams. Other websites actually take into account the rollover and incentives. Not sure how it is exactly calculated but SBN mentions it at the bottom that Eagles have $15MM to rollover.

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Showing $19.7M here. Not sure where SBNation above got $4.5?

Regardless, the players listed above and savings/dead money is accurate. IMO this is a critical offseason to see the new senior leadership structure in place by Lurie in action.

They may not be counting carryover money

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Showing $19.7M here. Not sure where SBNation above got $4.5?

Regardless, the players listed above and savings/dead money is accurate. IMO this is a critical offseason to see the new senior leadership structure in place by Lurie in action.

It appears SBN just takes the $136MM in contracts and subtracts it from $140 for all teams. Other websites actually take into account the rollover and incentives. Not sure how it is exactly calculated but SBN mentions it at the bottom that Eagles have $15MM to rollover.
good to know, hadn't referenced this site before and wanted to more this year. Gotta know how to read it though.

Obviously it goes without saying, but that extra $15 mil opens up a lot more possibilities than just fixing the secondary.

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Showing $19.7M here. Not sure where SBNation above got $4.5?

Regardless, the players listed above and savings/dead money is accurate. IMO this is a critical offseason to see the new senior leadership structure in place by Lurie in action.

It appears SBN just takes the $136MM in contracts and subtracts it from $140 for all teams. Other websites actually take into account the rollover and incentives. Not sure how it is exactly calculated but SBN mentions it at the bottom that Eagles have $15MM to rollover.
good to know, hadn't referenced this site before and wanted to more this year. Gotta know how to read it though.

Obviously it goes without saying, but that extra $15 mil opens up a lot more possibilities than just fixing the secondary.

Yeah, but that is without Maclin signed. Even if they don't get Maclin back, they'll need to get some WR. Also doesn't include Graham, Sanchez, Polk or Thornton who I expect will all be back on varying degrees of new deals. I suppose they could get rid of Sanchez but you'd be hard pressed to find a better backup in the league.

Other money is available with restructuring Cole's contract, maybe McCoy, getting rid of Casey. Maybe they ask Demeco to restructure (kinda raw deal to cut him but he'd have no dead money against the cap). Could cut Cary for some dead money against the cap if they can really revamp their secondary.

But I also don't see them blowing all their cap space since it carries over and it isn't like this team was one big signing away from winning it all (not to mention they have guys like Cox, Foles, Kendricks coming up in 2016).

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Mariota and Kelly are gonna make a great Qb/coach combo in the NFL. Its a shame thats gonna happen in Tampa.

Yeah after these past few weeks, if TB comes calling with his own QB and more power, does he go? Heck 10 wins down there probably gets you a statue.

27-10. So cold that day.

It was under 40 degrees!!!!!! Defied the laws of physics.
I was there. Feeling the collective hurt of 60+ thousand people was right up there with catching the ex-old lady with another man.

Worst live sporting event I'm sure I'll ever attend. Or more accurately, the best one minute followed by the worst 59 minutes.

I think Joe Jurevicius is still running down the sideline away from Blaine Bishop

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Showing $19.7M here. Not sure where SBNation above got $4.5?

Regardless, the players listed above and savings/dead money is accurate. IMO this is a critical offseason to see the new senior leadership structure in place by Lurie in action.

It appears SBN just takes the $136MM in contracts and subtracts it from $140 for all teams. Other websites actually take into account the rollover and incentives. Not sure how it is exactly calculated but SBN mentions it at the bottom that Eagles have $15MM to rollover.

And there it is, rollover money. So, the Eagles have $19.7M or so, assuming the cap goes to $140. As mentioned may go higher based on revenue (NFLPA taking this position)

They have to cut Casey and get $4M with no dead money. Up to $24M.

Cole restructures for sure (mentioned openly he wants to) and that $8.5M of his may be quite lower. Up to $28-$30M

McCoy needs to restructure as well. Could be $32-33 over although this assumes a lot.

Cary Williams gone IMO. (#culture, right Chip?) Frees $6.5M and the team is about ~$40M under.

Need to resign Maclin IMO (wants to stay), and like to lock down Graham as well if he is willing (wants to play on another scheme IMO). Sanchez again if affordable (see what options he has and if another team throws him a bone).

This is where Howie needs to work, kind of a crossroads roster wise. Have some holes to fill.

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4 or 20, doesn't matter when the market is junk

Plenty of guys they can go after.

Maxwell, Kareem Jackson, McCourty, Houston

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4 or 20, doesn't matter when the market is junk

Plenty of guys they can go after.

Maxwell, Kareem Jackson, McCourty, Houston

I can't imagine Houston gets free but if so hes a must add IMO.

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4 or 20, doesn't matter when the market is junk

Matters to resign Maclin, and extend Kendricks, Cox, and Foles...

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4 or 20, doesn't matter when the market is junk

Plenty of guys they can go after.

Maxwell, Kareem Jackson, McCourty, Houston

I can't imagine Houston gets free but if so hes a must add IMO.

Didn't he just tie the sack record......Would hate to see his price tag.

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QB Bret Hundley?

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Josh Norris retweeted

Two things about #Eagles pick: 1) It's not Mariota 2) It's contingent on player still being there (he should be)

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Josh Norris retweeted

I know #Eagles 1st pick in draft. Sealed name in envelope, mailed to colleague @Andy_Fenelon. To be opened 4/30.

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QB Bret Hundley?

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Josh Norris retweeted

Two things about #Eagles pick: 1) It's not Mariota 2) It's contingent on player still being there (he should be)

===

Josh Norris retweeted

I know #Eagles 1st pick in draft. Sealed name in envelope, mailed to colleague @Andy_Fenelon. To be opened 4/30.

Check the 2015 thread

IMO it would be Petty

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