The salary cap for the 2015 NFL season is expected to be $143 million, and with the San Francisco 49ers’ projected rollover money from last season, they are projected to now be under the cap.
As of Thursday afternoon.
Per ESPN Stats & Information, the 49ers currently have $272,258 in salary-cap space. They were expected to be more than $6.6 million over a then-expected cap of $140 million earlier this month.
Only the New Orleans Saints ($22.
EARTH CITY, Mo. -- One way or another, the St. Louis Rams are going to add a young quarterback at some point this offseason. With that in mind, coach Jeff Fisher wanted to talk to former NFL quarterback Chris Weinke.
"There's going to be a time whether its here in two months or three months or whenever that we're going to have a young quarterback," Fisher said at last week's combine. "I don't think there is anybody better qualified to coach a young quarterback than him.
TEMPE, Ariz. – As the 2014 season showed, the Arizona Cardinals' backups are as important as their starters.
On Thursday, the Cardinals committed to keeping one of those backups on their roster at one of their most important positions.
The Cardinals re-signed backup offensive tackle Bradley Sowell on Thursday to a one-year deal. Sowell, a swing tackle, didn’t play an offensive snap in 2014 a year after starting the final 12 games at left tackle.