Austerity seems to be the big word nowadays. From the European Union to the United States, countries are paying for their past sins and are now forced to cut back. Even the NFL isn't immune from austerity measures. While the league itself is awash in cash, some teams have spent like drunken sailors the past few years and have woken up with a wicked hangover. By digging themselves into a cap hole, these teams may be forced to cut key veterans.
The 2014 NFL free agency period is set to begin shortly, but the rumor mill is already spinning at full speed. The legal tampering period now allows teams to contact and negotiate with other teams' free agents, though they cannot of... Read Post
The 2014 NFL free-agency period promises to be more active than in recent years. With the salary cap unexpectedly rising to $130 million after plateauing for a couple years, teams are freer to lock in players on long-term deals with... Read Post
With the NFL's salary cap increasing by about $10 million from last year to $133 million and teams having holes to fill, free agency should be hectic. Shutdown Corner will have you covered, with a preview of a different position eac... Read Post