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  1. NFL - Tight cap limiting $6 million-a-year players

    John Clayton

    A tight salary cap is limiting the number of $6 million-a-year contracts teams can dole out, writes John Clayton.

    Story | Conversation | June 28, 2013
  2. NFL mailbag - Franchise tag shifts risk to players

    John Clayton

    The franchise shifts risks from teams to players, who could see their long-term value drop. Plus, reader questions.

    Story | Conversation | April 01, 2013
  3. Brent Grimes signs 1-year contract with Miami Dolphins

    The Miami Dolphins continued their active offseason Saturday, signing cornerback Brent Grimes to a 1-year contract.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2013
  4. NFC South cap space update

    Pat Yasinskas

    I've got the latest salary-cap figures for the NFC South teams. In addition to the recent moves, there also have been some minor adjustments to allow for offseason workouts. Let's take a look at where each team stands. The Atlanta Falcons are $...

    Blog | March 25, 2013
  5. Eight in the Box: Biggest cap casualty

    Pat Yasinskas

    Welcome to Eight in the Box, an NFL Nation feature that will appear each Friday during the offseason. This week's topic: Who will be each team's biggest salary-cap casualty this offseason? Atlanta Falcons. There already have been reports that the ...

    Blog | February 22, 2013
  6. NFC South cap update

    Pat Yasinskas

    We now are less than a month away from the start of free agency, which is when all teams have to be under the salary cap. Two NFC South teams already are under, but two are well over a salary cap that's expected to be a little more than $120 milli...

    Blog | February 13, 2013
  7. Updated 2013 salary-cap space

    Pat Yasinskas

    Now that carry-over space has been determined, let's take a look at where each NFC South team is sitting in relation to the 2013 salary cap. The cap won't be set until just before the league year starts in March, but it is expected to be slightly ...

    Blog | January 15, 2013
  8. Looking at 2013 cap space

    Pat Yasinskas

    With the 2012 regular season over, let's take a look at where the NFC South teams stand in relation to the 2013 salary cap. Atlanta Falcons: They have $113 million committed toward a cap that is expected to be slightly more than $120 million. Don'...

    Blog | January 01, 2013
  9. Looking at 2013 salary-cap numbers

    Pat Yasinskas

    With the season pretty much over for three of the four NFC South teams, let's start looking ahead a little bit. Let's look at what each team currently has committed toward the 2013 salary cap. Next year's cap won't be set until March, but the NFL ...

    Blog | December 18, 2012
  10. Atlanta Falcons got $3M cap credit for Michael Vick's debt, sourc...

    Adam Schefter

    The NFL recently granted the Falcons $3 million worth of salary-cap credits due to the money Michel Vick owed the franchise after the quarterback declared bankruptcy following a conviction on dogfighting charges, according to league sources.

    Story | Conversation | April 30, 2012
  11. Falcons: Who's on the hot seat?

    Pat Yasinskas

    The Atlanta Falcons currently aren't under a lot of salary-cap pressure. They have over $20 million to work with, but that could change in a hurry. The Falcons are likely to re-sign cornerback Brent Grimes or use the franchise tag on him. The Falc...

    Blog | February 27, 2012
  12. Keeping an eye on the salary cap

    Pat Yasinskas

    The start of free agency is just about a month away and that's when teams will have to be under the $120 million salary cap. With that in mind, let's take one of our periodic looks at where each NFC South team stands in terms of what it has commit...

    Blog | February 13, 2012
  13. Bang for the Buck: Which NFL teams get most, least out of their p...

    Patrick Hruby

    Which NFL teams get the biggest bang for the buck out of their payroll?

    Story | Conversation | January 24, 2011