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How Much Cap Space Do the Eagles Have?

Despite a flurry of active from the Eagles this offseason, they still have a lot of cap space to spend.

Saints Salary Cap Update: $5.5 Million in Space

The Saints are taking drastic measures to make room for the upcoming free agency period.

2014 NFL Salary Cap Will Be $133 Million Per Team

After weeks of speculation, the NFL announced the 2014 salary cap that'll be in effect for each of its teams. Read on to see how much higher it could go in future seasons.

NFL Salary Cap Projected to Rise to $133 Million

According to a report from ESPN Insider Adam Schefter, the NFL is set to raise the league's salary cap to about $133 million.

2014 NFL Salary Cap: Closer To $135 Million/Team?

After last week's report that the salary cap for each NFL team could be $130,000,000.00, PFT reports that a source is saying the cap could be substantially higher than that, and even more in the years to come. Look at the numbers and discuss.

Report: 2014 NFL Salary Cap Will Be $130 Mil/Team

With word that NFL teams will have more salary cap room to work with than initially thought, what does it mean for the Houston Texans this offseason?

NFL Raises Salary Cap to $130 Million

According to a report from ESPN Insider Adam Schefter, the NFL is set to raise the league's salary cap to about $130 million.

2014 NFL Draft: Texans Rookie Salary Cap Pool

Overthecap.com has the first estimate I've seen anywhere as to what sort of rookie salary pool each NFL team will have to work with for its 2014 draftees. See what the Texans, and every other team, should expect at this point.

How much cap space do the Eagles have?

The Eagles will have money to spend heading into the 2014 NFL offseason.

Two Eagles Make All-Value Team

Evan Mathis and Jason Kelce were named to the 2013 NFL All-Value team due to their high performance at low cost.

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