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Old 12-25-2012, 08:05 PM
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Default Re: So what happens to Travelle Wharton, and Thomas Howard next year?

Originally Posted by mulligan View Post
I am all about depth. Cutting Wharton will severely limit the depth on the oline.

Wharton will cost the Bengals $3.75 against the salary cap; $1 million is the pro-rated bonus.

If the Bengals cut Wharton, his pro-rated signing bonus impact will be $2.1 million. IMO, the cost differential ($1.65 millino) is worthwhile to have some depth (aka insurance) on the oline.
Wharton received $4 million this year, $3.175 million in signing bonus and 825k in salary. There is no pro-rated signing bonus.

He will be cut and a guard will be drafted in the late rounds
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Old 12-25-2012, 08:46 PM
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Default Re: So what happens to Travelle Wharton, and Thomas Howard next year?

Keep Wharton as depth, keep Howard as well, and restructure Cook's contract so he can backup Robinson.

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