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The top 10 NFL teams with the most salary-cap space quoting : FOX Sports

as mentioned in The rich stay richerThe NFL offseason is off and running, with several teams spending big in free agency and still having plenty of salary cap space, according to data provided by the NFLPA.
Here’s a look at the 10 teams with the most cap space.
Then there are teams like the Cowboys who are right up against the cap with little more than a million to spare.
Would you believe one team still has more than $71 million in cap room?
Oh the possibilities…

The top 10 NFL teams with the most salary-cap space

according to Friday afternoon, NFL Network reported the senior will work out for NFL teams near Richmond, Va. on April 11th.
VCU basketball player Mo Alie-Cox has informed NFL teams he will work out for them as a TE on April 11 near Richmond, VA. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 31, 2017Alie-Cox is listed on VCU Athletic’s website at 6’6″ and 245 lbs.
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Mo Alie-Cox looks like a football player when he’s on the court at the Siegel Center, now he’ll indulge VCU fans and NFL teams who think he can make the transition from basketball to football.
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He was voted to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference defensive team this past season, averaging 2.0 blocks per game in his final season with the Rams.

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Mel Kiper re-grades draft class all 32 NFL teams

Editor’s Picks Kiper: 2016 NFL draft grades With the 2016 NFL draft in the books, Mel Kiper gives his grades on all 32 draft classes.
InsiderIt’s time for my annual tradition of evaluating last year’s draft, and my draft grades at the time.
McShay’s best value picks from 2016 NFL draft Dak Prescott had one of the best rookie seasons in recent memory by a player selected in the middle rounds.
2 RelatedRemember: The updated grades are just a fun exercise in seeing how the draft class appears to be shaping up.
A few parameters:I look at first-year impact from the rookie class based on relative value — contributing to a winner is worth more than piling up reps for a bad team.

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