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Barnwell grades free-agent deals

Barnwell grades free-agent deals
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Jermaine Kearse Kids Jersey Money is flying all over the place in free agency. Who deserves high marks, and who will come to regret their decisions? Bill Barnwell breaks down each big deal. Editor's note: This article will be updated throughout the week, with the most recent write-ups at the top. Eagles general manager Howie Roseman continues to extract draft picks for players who seemingly have no trade value. After re-signing Sam Bradford and adding Chase Daniel, Sanchez and his $5.5 million cap charge seemed to be a burden on the Eagles, who suddenly had the most expensive third quarterback in football. Philly would have accrued $2 million in dead money on its cap by cutting Sanchez, but the trade to Denver leaves it with a lone million on the cap for a player who was unlikely to see the field. Even if the Eagles don't end up seeing any picks from this deal, saving the million bucks (or $400,000 or so, depending on the offset language) in guaranteed salary is a nice victory. As for the Broncos, while it's easy to turn Sanchez into a punch line, the reality is he was probably the highest-floor quarterback available. They're not done shopping at quarterback, given that they could still add Colin Kaepernick or Robert Griffin III, but Sanchez is an upper-echelon backup and a reasonable emergency starter. It's hard to argue that this is a significant downgrade for the Broncos at quarterback, given that they spent most of last year trotting out (and winning with) a very limited Peyton Manning. Derek Wolfe Elite Jersey The value of the conditional pick in the deal remains unknown and obviously influences these grades. The Eagles might be able to extract a reasonable midround pick from the Broncos if Sanchez starts 16 games or makes the Pro Bowl; more plausibly, this is going to be a sixth- or seventh-round pick if Sanchez makes his presence felt in Denver. Under any circumstances, given that the Eagles had little need for Sanchez and the Broncos were down to Trevor Siemian atop their depth chart, it's hard to argue that this is anything but a win-win. In their perennial search for a pass-rusher, the Bucs eventually settled on the best player from one of the league's worst pass rushes. Ayers was one of the few success stories from the Giants' forays into free agency over the past couple years, having emerged as a viable run defender before he posted his best season as a pass-rusher in 2015. Ayers put up nine sacks and 22 quarterback hits in 12 games -- impressive numbers after he failed to post more than 5.5 sacks in a single season up to that point in his career. It's possible Tampa Bay has found a James Hanna Womens Jersey solution, and at three years and $19.5 million, the price isn't too distressing. It's more likely, though, that the Buccaneers are paying for a career year from the 30-year-old Ayers and will likely get a more typical five-sack season from him. That isn't enough to justify $6 million-plus per year. This whole process would be an F for the Broncos, given that they needlessly created a situation in which they have to consider matching a far bigger offer for their starting running back. Denver could have tendered Anderson at the mid-tier level of $2.6 million, which would have forced teams to give up a second-round pick if they signed Anderson to an offer sheet and the Broncos chose not to match. (That second-round pick would come in handy, given that the 49ers want a second-rounder for Colin Kaepernick.) Instead, the Broncos tendered Anderson at the lowest tier, $1.7 million, and had the right to match an offer if it came in without any compensation. That difference -- nearly $900,000 -- just wasn't enough to justify the lower tender. Now, the Broncos can't credibly match this offer. That might not be the worst thing. Anderson looked like Denver's best back for most of the season, but it's worth remembering that he lost the job early in the campaign and really only fell into the job in 2014 because everybody in front of him got hurt or played poorly. At his best, Anderson's a versatile back capable of assuming a heavy http://www.chiefsnflofficialproshop.com/Tamba-Hali-Jersey workload, but he hasn't put that together for a full season. This price tag would have made sense for teams with money to spare, but the cap-strapped Dolphins were better off going to the waiver wire and finding the next undrafted free agent who will turn into a worthwhile running back.

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