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Ian Rapoport — the Bills are expected to approach Josh‘s representation for a Massive contract extension this spring or summer


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16 minutes ago, MJS said:

I'm assuming they can add the 5th year option and tack everything onto the end of his existing contract, right?

 

13 minutes ago, ProcessTruster said:

If they do it now,  whole lotta good players gonna get cut on Mar 1 .  Say goodbye to Milano, Roberts, Mata, etc etc. ..

 

The new deal will likely kick-in in the 5th year, i.e. 2022.  Next year (at least) will be cheap.

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Much more Fracking will be needed

In other breaking news, sometimes it snows in Buffalo.    What do people think, that they will let him walk?

Ian Rapoport on NFL Network just reported the Bills are going to reach out to Allens agent about a Huge contract extension...   I love it get the deal done.  Allen is the franchise quarterba

2 minutes ago, ProcessTruster said:

If they do it now,  whole lotta good players gonna get cut on Mar 1 .  Say goodbye to Milano, Roberts, Mata, etc etc. ..

 

The new money wouldn’t kick in until his rookie deal expires. We don’t have much cap space for 2021 but beyond that our cap space is pretty flexible.

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41 minutes ago, whorlnut said:

As a team first player, I really hope Allen takes a bit of a discount in order to keep the team together. As much as we dislike Brady, he did this and the pats were consistent winner because of it. 

Yes he did but it was a bit overblown. Yes he was never the highest paid QB but with each extension he signed he was still usually in the top 3. 

And its not ad if the Pats actually used that extra cash often. They let high priced talent walk and replaced them or at least tried to replace them. The Gilmore contract was the anomaly 

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Being that Everyone and their sister already knew that Allen is going to be payed, Can You Say Click Bait,  this whole thread is a bit Pavlovian esq... slobber, slobber...

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When will teams learn from the Cheatriots? Help Josh create his super company, JA17, that provides invaluable "consulting services"; pay him a super salary cap friendly deal while some of Pegula's other companies have this urgent need of the unique type of consulting only JA17 can provide 🙃

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46 minutes ago, HOUSE said:

Give the boy what ever he wants, its not my money 👀

If you go to the games or buy officially licensed merch, indirectly it is your money.

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You pay mvps who elevate the rest of your team. You don’t pay the other guys. 
 

Beane needs to draft even better now. Get cheap guys that want to ring chase or want a big contract after they’ve played for us 

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1 hour ago, ProcessTruster said:

If they do it now,  whole lotta good players gonna get cut on Mar 1 .  Say goodbye to Milano, Roberts, Mata, etc etc. ..gotta believe this goes down after next year so they get at least one more year with the key parts of the roster... salary cap will be low next year

People gotta stop saying this, this is absolutely untrue! Will they be able to re-sign everyone they want? No, but that’s always been the case. There are always ways to move around money to pay the guys you want to pay, and that’s what good GM’s do. Look at KC, Seattle, Baltimore, New Orleans, New England-these guys sign their own and all have multiple big contract guys. Let Josh get paid what he is worth and let the front office do their job and make the salary cap work. Paying Josh less than what he is worth makes the organization look cheap and players don’t want to play for a cheap organization. 

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If he wins the Super Bowl he gets Mahomes money.  If he bows out early we are talking Jared Goff type money.   I am guessing two wins and a loss in the AFC Championship game would put him in that DeShaun Watson category. 

 

He has to win big games though if he is going to make our cap tough to deal with.

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1 hour ago, Bangarang said:

 

The new money wouldn’t kick in until his rookie deal expires. We don’t have much cap space for 2021 but beyond that our cap space is pretty flexible.

I expect a 10 year contract with clauses that really make it 5 years, but because they want to pay him big $ next season, he'll get a big signing bonus which will be spread out over 10 years.  He'll be making franchise QB money next year.  So, if he gets a $40 million signing bonus, it will count $4 million next year on the cap.  

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