Forgive some NFL experts for being slightly overthinking. But the league is going to enter uncharted territory in the coming weeks. With the start of a new league year less than two weeks away, teams are subject to mandatory salary limits that have not yet been set. But it’s estimated to be between $ 180 and $ 185 million.
Given this expected maximum salary cut of $ 198.2 million last year, teams almost had to cut players that they might not have intended to part ways to meet league limits, as a result, forecasts. The future of the league is dire.
ESPN’s Diana Russini received a message from the NFL head coach describing the situation as follows:
“It will be next week̵7;s massacre across the league.”
NFL insider John Clayton told Pittsburgh-based 93.7 The Fan: “It will be bloodshed in the league.”
Given that the Detroit Lions are now expected to exceed their limits after assuming Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff’s contract are expected to cut many players in the future, he said. A few days ahead and head coach Dan Campbell has already hinted that two corners can be dropped. Fastest this week
The rest of the damage league has begun, Kyle Van Noy will not be back with Dolphins.Saints released both Jared Cook and Josh Hill on Wednesday. Oh, this familiar face goes into free agency early:
The Giants release the WR Golden Tate per source.
– Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 3, 2021
- TJ Hockenson joins his friend and former teammate George Kittle on the Bussin with the Boys show.I can’t vouch for the appearance, as I haven’t watched yet. But I have to say I love the look of Hockenson in the 1960s.
- A few interesting records are about wide receiver Tyrell Williams, Lions, he poses a very similar threat to Marvin Jones Jr. in the sense that he’s the most dangerous:
Tyrell Williams Air Yards per reception:
2018 (with charger): 11.2
2019 (with Raiders): 11.1
Marvin Jones same statistics:
– Chris Burke (@ChrisBurkeNFL) March 3, 2021