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NFL wage cap cuts 2021: Group-by-team tracker of gamers launched into NFL free company

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The NFL has set its wage cap at $182.5 million for 2021. With a major $15.7 million lower from the 2020 variety of $198.2 million, that is left groups scrambling to make cuts that can assist them get underneath the cap for the upcoming season.

Though the cap ought to make the standard bounce up in 2022 with the income of a brand new tv deal on the best way, the fallout of a season impacted by COVID-19 security protocols is being felt now throughout the league. Groups now must launch extra gamers than standard into the NFL free-agency pool, the place in addition they may have much less outdoors spending flexiblity.

MORE: Rating the highest 50 NFL free brokers

Here is an up to date team-by-team have a look at the NFL’s notable cap-related cuts:

NFL wage cap cuts tracker 2021

Arizona Cardinals

Atlanta Falcons

  • S Ricardo Allen, DE Allen Bailey, G James Carpenter

Baltimore Ravens

Buffalo Payments

  • WR John Brown, DT Quinton Jefferson

Carolina Panthers

  • S Tre Boston, P Michael Palardy, DE Stephen Weatherly (signed by Vikings)

Chicago Bears

Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Dallas Cowboys

Denver Broncos

  • CB A.J. Bouye, NT Kyle Peko

Detroit Lions

  • CB Justin Coleman, TE Jesse James, CB Desmond Trufant

Inexperienced Bay Packers

  • LB Christian Kirksey, RT Rick Wagner

Houston Texans

  • FB Cullen Gillaspia, RB Duke Johnson, G Senio Kelemete, C Nick Martin, DE J.J. Watt (signed by Cardinals)

Indianapolis Colts

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • TE Tyler Eifert (declined possibility)

Kansas Metropolis Chiefs

  • LT Eric Fisher, RT Mitchell Schwartz 

Las Vegas Raiders

  • G Richie Incognito, G Gabe Jackson, WR Tyrell Williams (signed by Lions)

Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Rams

Miami Dolphins

Minnesota Vikings

  • Okay Dan Bailey, LT Riley Reiff, TE Kyle Rudolph

New England Patriots

New Orleans Saints

  • LB Kwon Alexander, DT Malcom Brown, TE Jared Prepare dinner, TE Josh Hill, CB Janoris Jenkins, P Thomas Morstead, WR Emmanuel Sanders

New York Giants

  • RB Devonta Freeman (signed by Payments), LB David Mayo, WR Golden Tate, G Kevin Zeitler

New York Jets

Philadelphia Eagles

  • DB Blake Countess, DT Treyvon Hester

Pittsburgh Steelers

San Francisco 49ers

  • LB Mark Nzeocha (declined possibility)

Seattle Seahawks

  • DE Carlos Dunlap, WR Josh Gordon, OT Chad Wheeler

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tennessee Titans

  • CB Malcolm Butler, WR Adam Humphries, S Kenny Vaccaro

Washington Soccer Group



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