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  1. Oakland Raiders, Jacksonville Jaguars must be big free-agency spe...

    John Clayton

    John Clayton's mailbag: The Raiders and Jaguars are lagging behind the minimum spending threshold, so they have to be big players in free agency.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2015
  2. Report: 49ers to release WR Stevie Johnson

    Paul Gutierrez

    The San Francisco 49ers are prepared to release receiver Stevie Johnson in an effort to create more salary-cap room before the start of the new league year on March 10, according to numerous reports. Cutting Johnson would save the 49ers $6.025 mil...

    Blog | February 28, 2015
  3. Rams mailbag: Heading toward free agency

    Nick Wagoner

    EARTH CITY, Mo. -- We're still a little more than a week from the start of free agency, but teams have already begun slashing players from the roster to create salary-cap space. As always, you can shoot me questions at any time using hashtag #Rams...

    Blog | February 28, 2015
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  6. Browns money guide: How to manage $53 million in cap space

    Jeremy Fowler

    CLEVELAND -- Having a healthy salary cap is the NFL equivalent to having too much oatmeal, or having too many jackets in the winter. Nice, sensible, necessary, not overly exciting. If Cleveland Browns fans are looking for good news after a brut...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  7. 49ers now under projected cap ... barely

    Paul Gutierrez

    The salary cap for the 2015 NFL season is expected to be $143 million, and with the San Francisco 49ers' projected rollover money from last season, they are projected to now be under the cap. As of Thursday afternoon. Per ESPN Stats & Infor...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  8. Vikings release veteran guard Charlie Johnson

    Robert Demovsky

    The Minnesota Vikings will have a new starting left guard next season. They released veteran Charlie Johnson on Friday. The ninth-year pro had spent the last four seasons as a starter in Minnesota. The move frees up $2.5 million in salary-cap s...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  9. Cutting Chris Canty leaves void for Ravens

    Jamison Hensley

    The Baltimore Ravens undoubtedly made the right business move Friday when the team released defensive end Chris Canty. It was a no-brainer from a salary-cap standpoint because Canty is a declining player at the age of 32, and the Ravens needed the...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  10. Colts have the sixth-most salary-cap space in the NFL

    Mike Wells

    INDIANAPOLIS -- The start of NFL free agency is 11 days away. And when it starts, the Indianapolis Colts can't say they don't have any money to spend. The Colts will have about $41 million in salary-cap space to upgrade their roster. The $41 milli...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  11. Saints $22.4 million over projected salary cap (and why its mana...

    Mike Triplett

    The New Orleans Saints are $22.4 million over the projected salary cap of $143 million, according to updated information from ESPN Stats & Information that includes projected carryover allowances from last season. That's still by far the highest t...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  12. Titans fans should hope these four players get cut elsewhere

    Paul Kuharsky

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- As if the list of pending free agents wasn't enough, we're starting to see other players who might be of interest coming onto the market. ESPN's Adam Caplan recently gave us a rundown of his most likely salary-cap cuts. One of ...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  13. Todd Herremans, James Casey weren't cap casualties

    Phil Sheridan

    PHILADELPHIA -- It's that time of the year when the Philadelphia Eagles are getting their salary cap in order by releasing a few veterans and have a chance to scoop up some bargains as other teams do the same. First, a quick assessment. The Eagles...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  14. Steelers are $8 million under projected salary cap

    Scott Brown

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are more than $8 million under the 2015 salary cap if it comes in at $143 million, according to ESPN Roster Management. An expected $10 million spike from last year's spending ceiling and the restructuring of a pair of cont...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  15. Rankings Dolphins' biggest offseason needs: No. 1

    James Walker

    The Miami Dolphins are coming off back-to-back 8-8 seasons and enter a playoff-or-bust year in 2015. In order to accomplish that goal, they must fill several key needs. ESPN.com's Dolphins page wraps up its rankings of Miami's top-5 needs. No. ...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  16. Giants' spending lags on defensive side

    Dan Graziano

    Our latest ESPN salary cap estimates (through Thursday afternoon) show the New York Giants with $25,328,930 in projected cap space. That assumes a salary cap of $143 million, which is the NFLPA's official projection and probably a bit lower than what...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  17. Ranking the Bears free agents: No. 8

    Michael C. Wright

    Free agency kicks off soon, so let's count down the top 10 Chicago Bears' players set on March 10 to hit the open market: We'll go in reverse order. Here's No. 8: Eben Britton 2014 pay: $730,000 ($730,000 base salary). By the numbers: Pla...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  18. Chris Canty cut by Baltimore Ravens

    Jamison Hensley

    The Baltimore Ravens cut starting defensive end Chris Canty on Friday to create $2.66 million in salary-cap space.

    Story | Conversation | February 27, 2015