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Mike Ginnitti & Dan Soemann recap a wild NFL trade deadline that saw a record 10 moves hit the books. Which teams are all-in? Which moves carry the most financial impact? Plus, the Phillies took the upper hand in the World Series thanks to 5 home runs, and some good ole fashioned dugout spying.
The 2022 NFL trade deadline day gave us 10 trades, many with huge implications for the remainder of the season. Since October 10th, 18 trades were processed in total. We'll detail all of them here, including the financial ramifications that occurred this season, and a quick look into the future for each.
Early NFL Offseason Numbers, Trades, Signings, &. MLB Franchise Valuations
March 16, 2023
Mike Ginnitti details a few early returns from the 2023 NFL Offseason, including notable numbers (16:10), trades (24:30) , signings (37:45) , & the Aaron Rodgers Leverage conversation (1:00). Plus, Scott Allen & Dan Soemann detail Sportico's latest MLB Franchise valuations (44:32).
Mike Ginnitti breaks down a massive cap conversion to Deshaun Watson's contract (0:50), & breakdowns of now official deals for Daniel Jones (11:56), Geno Smith (17:11), Derek Carr (25:56), & Daron Payne (30:15)
Mike Ginnitti & Dan Soemann detail the tag status and financial futures of Lamar Jackson, Saquon Barkley, Josh Jacobs, Tony Pollard, Evan Engram, & Daron Payne, including potential extension values and/or trade scenarios.
Cowboys Construction, Baltimore's Lamar Era, Contracts for Daniel Jones & Geno Smith
March 5, 2023
The Dallas Cowboys (1:55) are finding it difficult to stay competitive with Dak Prescott's contract in tow. Our dive into how they got here - both good and bad. Plus, putting a few facts & figures into the notion that the Baltimore Ravens (32:40) didn't do enough to give Lamar Jackson the ultimate opportunity in his 5-year run. And, logical contracts (50:10) for QBs Daniel Jones & Geno Smith.
With Cap Casualty season in full force, a quick dive into ramifications for players already reported to be on their way out as team's maneuver to become cap compliant by March 15th. Plus, a run through notable contract extension candidates across the league this offseason.