If they cut him then only 3 million is guaranteed I think. His cap number for this year is crazy and that's why they want him traded vs cutting him, but cutting him will happen if no takers it if he doesn't restructure. Even "captain pick6" can see restricting is in his best interests.How much guaranteed?
Reminds me of Philip Rivers going into last season then he had a pretty darn good season although I am still not a huge fan of hisSchaub had one bad year and he's automatically a horrible QB. He could be a great stop gap while their rookie learns the ropes.
Not saying I don't want him. Never have. Just saying his contract makes him extremely non desirable right now. If he gets cut or traded with the willing to restructure, that's a different storyIts funny hearing fans say "we dont want this guy" when their team that started Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden in a single season.
I have been saying for the last few years rbs just don't hold up due to the hits they take. Everyone talks about the hits they take on the NFL but let's remember these guys are taking hits from pop Warner on up. Usually the younger you are the more running takes place as well. That takes a toll on the body.This years free agency has blown me away as far as the contracts go. Two years ago I never would have thought that a 25 year old rb who is the best available in free agency would get 1/3 the money of a 32 year old pass rusher....
Part of what I heard was the Oakland has like $55 million they have to spend because of the minimum salary cap but never heard what Houston would get in returnI think Schaub has something left in the tank just not here. He is snakebit and mentally I think a change if scenery is needed, but he has to restructure the contract to even get any interest.
At this point I would take a 3rd or 4th rounder to get that contract off the books.Part of what I heard was the Oakland has like $55 million they have to spend because of the minimum salary cap but never heard what Houston would get in return
The biggest difference between Schaub & Revis is that Schaub knows he has to restructure whether in Houston or elsewhere. Revis knew he could still command $$ where Schaub can't.schaub isnt getting traded....just like revis wasnt getting traded. no one wanted either of them with the contract they had in place. the texans arent going to pay schaub 10 mil a year to be the 2nd string QB and every GM in the NFL knows that.