ESPN's Len Pasquarelli reports the average amount of cap room in the league, as of Friday, was $4.84 million per team. But that is a bit misleading, since five teams, all of which still have more than $9 million in available funds, account for $53.17 million, more than one-third of the aggregate cap space leaguewide. There are, in fact, eight teams with less than $2 million in cap space. Those teams: St. Louis, $1.81 million; Denver, $1.804 million; Tennessee, $1.56 million; New York Giants, $1.02 million; Cleveland, $819,592; Pittsburgh, $759,842; Carolina, $347,142; and Oakland, $101,234.
They obviously are going to have to make some cuts before the draft, and where does this leave them with a Dillon Trade?
Anyone know how much Wheatley is costing them?