Originally Posted by InmanRoshi
Ty Law on the still has to agree to restructure his deal, and the Patriots did release Milloy a week before the season even though they had him under contract and under their cap started because he wouldn't restructure. If Eugene Wilson proves he can start in training camp, Law may very well be on the block.
[View Full Quote]The San Diego trade seems much more unlikely. However, I can think of a few reasons why Jammer could possibly on the block. As mentioned, they are desperate for WR's, so maybe a deal involving Bryant would make sense. They drafted two CB's in the first two rounds the year before in Sammy Davis in the 1st round and Drayton Florence (who they absolutely love) in the 2nd round. In fact, I've heard Charger fans say claim that SD feels like Florence will end up better than both Sammy Davis and Quintin Jammer. Also, Jammer hasn't been all that (although he was coming on at the end of last year) and he might have built up some bad blood with the Charger organization with his holdout. The one thing about Jammer is that he was paid the signing bonus of a Top 5 draft pick and he's currently in the 4th year of a 6 year deal ... so if he's traded the Chargers will have to eat the entire accelerated salary of the remaining 3 years, so they will want to be compensated accordingly.
Good post, but how does his salary compare to that of Bryant's. I know Bryant's is less, but if we trade let's say Bryant and Hunter for Jammer, won't it just about even out or be close salary cap and bonus wise? Bryant was a 2nd rounder, Hunter a 5th rounder.