The numbers are on the overthecap draft page
So the Texans will need $11 million to make their picks, $19.3 million to sign their picks.
The Texans would be fine if not for the Tunsil and Cooks contracts that eat $61.7 million of the cap. And let's be clear on this: They are both Caserio's contracts at this point. These are problems that don't look like they are going away soon.
The Texans will have to pay a big chunk of Cooks salary for him to play somewhere else in 2023. So expect about $16 million in dead money this year and another $8 million in 2024. Who is going to want a 30 year old whiny locker room lawyer WR that's lost a step? I'd see what Antonio Brown is up to, first.
The best thing to do with Tunsil is keep him thru 2023, tag him in 2024 with the non-exclusive tag, and see if you can get a 2nd and a future 3rd in next year's draft. My gut feeling is that Tunsil is not a Ryans guy.