Headlines

Cowboys and Redskins to have hearing in May

PFT is reporting that the Redskins and Cowboys will have their grievance heard in May. The grievance is over the issue of the NFL forcing them to take salary cap hits for player contracts they front-loaded in the uncapped year. The league contends that the Cowboys and Redskins violated the “spirit” of the salary cap

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Report: Browns have $17.4 million in cap space

Pro Football Talk has the current list NFL teams’ cap space figures after the league announced Sunday the cap for 2012 has been set at $120.6 million. The Browns have the 12th most cap space in the league, according to these figures. The team with the most money to spend in free agency and for

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Report: Browns could have $20 million to spend in free agency

According to the Sun Sentinel, the Cleveland Browns have an estimated $103 million in salaries for next season, putting them significantly below the projected salary cap of between $121 and $125 million. As the piece points out, teams can trim salary by waiving players or restructuring deals. The Browns have several free agents of their

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Browns

NFL Free Agency: Someone’s About to be Overpaid

This afternoon the players are reportedly going to vote into agreement the new CBA, which will begin the start of the most frantic free agent signing period the NFL (or any league for that matter) has ever seen. New deals won’t be official until after the union has re-formed, but according to reports teams can

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General

While We’re Waiting… Cleveland Suffering, Assigning Blame and Hall of Fame Oddity

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at tips@waitingfornextyear.com. Scott’s latest published at The Post Game- “What Cleveland is enduring at this point is not only unexpected, but the aforementioned revolution. As distinguished

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Browns

NFL Free Agency Rumors: Browns Interested in Lawyer Milloy?

One of the bigger names that the Browns have hitting free agency within the week is arguably strong safety Sean Jones.  Jones had solid campaigns in 2006 and 2007, averaging 104 tackles with five interceptions and about 13 passes defensed.  However, during a contract year in 2008 that would have typically brought out the best

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