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 St. Louis Rams started cleaning house on Monday, as the team cut five players in transactions that will save the team almost $20 million in cap space for the 2012 season. With room to maneuver under the cap, might there now be a... Read Post
Several star NFL players are expected to become free agents after the 2014 season. Which free agents should teams be most interested in? Who deserves the biggest payday? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analysts Chris Si... Read Post
The 2012 NFL offseason is here, and the free agency period is coming quickly. Every year, teams overpay for an overrated NFL superstar that seems to get a big pay day and immediately stops playing the game. Other times, a team pays ... Read Post