The recent shuffling of major NFL running backs across the league furthers the continued de-valuing of the position. We’ll examine how NFL teams are allocating their 2014 salary cap dollars to their running backs in terms of dollars and percentages.
He’s quickly become the most sought after player on the NFL free agent market, and as he makes his rounds to interested franchises – and off-the-field reports circulate – former Eagles WR DeSean Jackson\ becomes the next candidate for our forecast projection tool.
It’s been rumored that teams have shown interest in taking seemingly overpaid WR DeSean Jackson off the Philadelphia Eagles’ hands via trade. We’ll assess the financial impact on his current contract.
A look at the biggest or most intriguing 2014 NFL free agent signings by position thus far.
One of the more complex phrases prevalently used this time of year is the Post June 1st release. I’ll do my best to explain this in layman’s terms as it most often applies to a player.
Day 1 of the 2014 NFL Free Agent is now complete, but not without some of the highest activity of spending, releases, and trades in recent history. We take a look at how teams spent by position through the first 16 hours.
As the 2014 NFL Free Agent seasons begins, keep a few of our tools in mind for up-to-date signings, team by team spending, and salary cap totals.
The third edition of our early offseason cap casualties series contains sixty players being discussed as on the bubble to return to their respective team due to their 2014 cap value.
While NFL franchise continue to trim, poke, prod, restructure, and re-sign their roster during the short waiver period leading up to March 11th free agency season, we’ll revisit a look at the Top 20 NFL Cap Increases from 2013 to 2014.