Present Cap Space of all NFL Teams

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    Maybe we can restructure Wade's and Weigert's contracts.
     
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    We were already at 90 million? Talk about overpaying players.
     
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    Yeah, true Wong....Wade....Weigert....Greenwood . Pitts and Domanick Davis ...only ones worthy of their contracts. AJ, due for bump next year.
     
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    Yeah, for other teams.

    All that tells me is that the Texans are in the lower half of the league in terms of available cap space.

    $12.7 isn't much, relatively speaking, since considering their draft position this year, about half of that will need to be set aside for the rookie pool.

    I could be wrong but I don't see the Texans making any big splashes in FA this year unless they right some of the wrongs they made on contracts for Walker, Wade, et al. I know Walker is going to be cut. Who knows about Wade.
     

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