2016 NFL Offseason: Top Players Who Could Be Cut

February 3, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After the Super Bowl, the excitement that is the NFL never seems to end.
Following the Big Game one of the first orders of business of every team involves examining the roster—extensions, signings, trades, free agency and players who will be cut.
Most of the time, a team cuts a player because of his level of play. However, sometimes a player is cut merely because he makes too much money and his play doesn't warrant the amount of dough he is set to make.
A lack of cap space is also another notorious reason some guys are let go.
As of now, six teams have $5 million or less in cap space—the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints.
This article will not feature Cleveland Browns (or soon-to-be former) quarterback Johnny Manziel, as the team's executive vice president of football operations, Sashi Brown, released a statement that indicates the Browns plan to move on from the embattl...

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