My offseason withouut salary numbers

Here’s my offseason without salary numbers because well frankly I suck at trying to determine a players value so here it goes.

I would resign a few of our guys. Most of them for depth purposes.

S Tracy Walker - 2 year deal.
OLB Charles Harris - 2 year deal
ILB Jaylen Reeves Maybin - 1 year deal
FB Jason Cabinda - 2 year deal
OT Matt Nelson - 2 year deal
WR Josh Reynolds - 1 year deal
P Jack Fox - 3 year deal

So most of those should be pretty affordable contracts. The most expensive one probably being Tracy Walker and I think he’ll have more of a middle of the road contract being that he’s solid and not a pro bowl level safety.

UFA signings

WR - TY Hilton or JuJu Smith Schuster. This would be the “big” expensive signing for the offseason.
QB - Brandon Allen - I like him better then Boyle or Blough and he’s cheap.
TE - Will Dissly - A solid TE2.
S - Dean Marlow - Probably bring him back. Another affordable contract.

Sprinkle in some more cheap contracts. Not sure we can afford all that, but those would be targets.

My ideal Draft

  1. OLB/DE Aidan Hutchinson - Athletic, strong, high motor, skill repertoire. He’s a beast.
  2. FS Daxton Hill - Truth is I don’t think he’ll be here after the combine. He’s a ball hawking FS and very fast. Can also play the nickle.
  3. WR David Bell - Great route runner and just knows how to get open.
  4. LB Chad Muma - Great size, high IQ, good in coverage, great instincts. Have doubts he’ll fall this far, but I think this is a deep LB class.
  5. DT Matthew Butler - In a lackluster DT class Butler is one of the better 3-tech penetrators in the class.
  6. WR Charleston Rambo - Has some speed and has improved every year.
  7. OG Cade Mays - Depth piece at OL.
  8. CB Joshua Williams - Big physical corner. Small school, but might not be here if he impresses at Senior Bowl
  9. QB Brock Purdy - Smart QB that usually makes good decisions. Footwork needs work and leads to late passes, but I think he’s a guy that can compete for a backup role. 7th round flyer.
  10. TE James Mitchell - Inline blocking TE with some catching ability.

Would we be able to afford all those guys realistically? Hilton and Schuster Smith seem like the only ones that might be over our price range, but again I’m bad when it comes to contract numbers.

Lifetime contract with a non compete, and a no trade clause.


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