NFL free-agency is upon us.
The season is winding down, and players will begin making a decision about their futures in earnest.
This week, we’ve got an update on all the key developments in the NFL offseason, from the NFLPA, the NFL, and all of the big names involved.
The most important question: Will the Steelers and Jets be the two teams with the biggest financial holes?
There are three teams who will be in position to make an offer in the coming weeks:The Steelers and the Jets have the largest holes at their positions, with a combined $72.4 million on the books.
That’s the biggest hole in the entire league, according to the Spotrac NFL Salary Calculator.
But the Jets are not just a hole.
They are the team that has the biggest cap hit.
The Jets’ cap hit is projected to be $72 million, and their projected total salary cap space is $72,907,874.
The Steelers have an average salary cap of $62.5 million this season.
But their total cap hit of $72 billion is a lot smaller than the Jets, who have $67.5 billion in total salary.
The difference is due to the fact that the Steelers have the NFL’s lowest cap hit, while the Jets average $62 million in salary.
The Jets have had a difficult offseason.
The team is now on the outside looking in for its quarterback situation, and the organization will likely have to take a step back if the team wants to avoid a costly trade.
But they will have to make a move to address their needs at the position, which could be in the form of a move toward signing a new franchise quarterback or moving to a quarterback-friendly market.
There are some good players who could be looking for jobs, like Odell Beckham Jr. and A.J. Green.
But if the Jets cannot find a suitable trade partner, it’s going to be a tough decision.
The next big move will come from the Texans.
The Texans will be looking to bolster their offense.
If the Jets want to improve their defense, it would make sense to add a playmaker to the mix.
The best receiver available could be Antonio Brown, who is coming off his best season.
If Houston wants to take on the burden of having to win with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback, signing Brown could be a great idea.
The Dolphins also have a need at cornerback, but they could also use a playmaking cornerback.
But I don’t see the Dolphins making any major moves at the wide receiver position.
The Browns will be the team most interested in trading for a quarterback, but the Dolphins are also the team in the market for a running back.
The Browns have an estimated $27.9 million in cap space, and that figure includes $6 million in dead money and $3 million in signing bonus money.
The money is a bit of a problem for Miami, as the team has just $6.8 million in guaranteed money.
It would be difficult to bring back Rashard Mendenhall from the New York Jets.
If Miami decides to take the quarterback route, it’ll likely be a trade for a backup, not a starter.
If Miami decides not to move forward with the quarterback option, it will likely be looking at the best pass rusher available.
The Bills have a cap space of $39.5 mln, which is the third-highest amount in the league.
They could use some help in that area, as their cap number is projected at $39 million.
The Ravens are looking for a pass rusher, and it is possible they could try to add some help to their defense.
The Colts will be without starting running back Andrew Luck, who missed a month with a concussion.
They will likely need a new running back to help take pressure off of the Colts’ pass rush, but there’s no shortage of quality running backs in the 2016 NFL Draft class.
The Jaguars are also looking to add more depth, but that could mean moving forward with their quarterback.
The Panthers have an outstanding running back in Christian McCaffrey, but he is currently a free agent.
The Falcons will be relying on a running backs role as well, as they are projected to have $24.9 mln in cap room.
If Atlanta decides to move on from McCaffery, it could be to move up and grab a runningback who is better than McCaffey.
The Chargers have $23.4 mln of cap space.
That figure includes a $3.1 million signing bonus and $5.8 mln dead money.
The Bears will be interested in bringing back running back Matt Forte.
They have an extremely talented running back corps, and they could use another playmaker.
The Bears have $14.8 milln in salary cap room, but it includes $5 million in bonus money and dead money, which will be an issue for the team.
The Saints have $18.5 milln of salary cap,