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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Thanos22, Mar 16, 2021.
But in three octaves.
If it’s not a public company, which they aren’t, if you go high enough it’s one person.
Actually, I have clients who are privately held and financing requires a board made up of outside parties and financial decisions absolutely are tied to the board. This is real world experience, not speculation. It comes down to the financial structure and there are strings attached and you can’t just move money around as you please.
Our draft class won't count 9.5 against the cap. The bottom 9 contracts would drop off due to only counting top 51 contracts against the cap.we would actually only have roughly 3.5 million come off the cap money.
Who doesn't know how to keep 1st round talent
I wonder if we’re not hearing numbers on Dupree and Jenkins so Jrob can use uncertainty about our cap space as a leveraging tool in negotiations with more players.
Did you see the post where keeping first round picks is uncommon? The stat showed that only around 30% of first round picks get a second contract with the team that drafted them. It just isn’t the indicator of success you make it out to be. Those second contracts are expensive. And often you can find players of similar quality for less. That is what we are doing now.
You realize it takes two sides to negotiate and players have agents focused on $$??? Why in the world would Kelly and Adoree restructure when they just got paid, can double dip, and get paid more elsewhere?
I think there is more to Adoree's injury than we know and he's betting on himself. Can't blame the guy for that.
You guys are talking about cashflow???? 0% chance that's a factor lol
I can’t speak to any of your specific situations. I can only speak the fact that even with a board if you own 51% or more you control the board. Amy does. She is the boss, period. She could borrow $500 million from the NFL right now if she wanted too and needed it. The Titans aren’t cutting people because they can’t afford to pay them. That was my point.