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  1. Detroit Lions get more than $8 million in rookie pool

    Len Pasquarelli

    Tithe Detroit Lions received the most rookie pool allocation dollars. That figure represents the maximum amount of salary cap space allotted to each team to sign its draft choices and undrafted free agents.

    Story | Conversation | April 29, 2009
  2. Vick-Falcons money situation could get testy

    Len Pasquarelli

    For the Falcons to realize the cap benefits they desire in conjunction with the Michael Vick contract default, the quarterback must actually repay them the money. That could set up a nasty situation, Len Pasqaurelli writes.

    Story | Conversation | October 26, 2007
  3. Raiders have most cap space to sign rookies

    Len Pasquarelli

    First in the 2007 draft pecking order, the Oakland Raiders, not surprisingly, also lead the NFL in rookie pool allocation dollars, the maximum amount of cap space allocated to teams for signing draft choices and undrafted free agents.

    Story | Conversation | May 07, 2007
  4. Teams have money to spend in free agency

    Len Pasquarelli

    With more cap space than ever, there is going to be more demand than supply this year in free agency, writes Len Pasquarelli.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2007
  5. Teams once again will throw money at free agents

    Len Pasquarelli

    With plenty of cap space, teams once again will throw big money at free agents.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2005
  6. Hitch: Washington needs cap space

    Len Pasquarelli

    The Washington Redskins and New York Jets are in serious trade negotiations and, if a deal is consummated, it would have the teams' top wide receivers changing uniforms, ESPN.com has learned.

    Story | Conversation | February 25, 2005
  7. T.O. a big boost for Ravens

    Len Pasquarelli

    Think Terrell Owens will cause some problems in Baltimore? Not with Ray Lewis around.

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2004