Pit Bull's right. If JTB from TitansCentral is right, we have a little over 21 million in cap room.
Originally Posted by JTB
I show the Titans with $ 21.445 M in cap space right now but it's based on a couple of assumptions. I do know as fact that the tenders for the restricted and exclusive rights players cost $ 7.29 M.
I am pretty sure the deals Long, Wand, and Woods signed were one-year deals at the veteran minimum of $ 595 K each.
I assume Henry's contract is terminated and have already done the same for Kinney and Piller.
I assume that the $ 4.1 M bonus for VY and the $ 5 M 2nd tier bonus for Hope were paid in full against 2007. If they were not and actually prorated over the duration of their deals (5 years for each), then the Titans would have an extra $ 7.28 M in cap space for 2007.
In any case, the Titans have plenty of cap space for 2007 and 2008 to sign some guys and still extend some younger players if they want to.
At the rate we're at now, though, we may be one of the teams with the most cap space next year. San Fran pissed it all away on Clements, Lewis, and Lelie. Browns got Steinbach with a big contract, but thats all the noise they've made. They have a top 3 draft pick tho. Our biggest move has been re-signing our back-up QB.
As for future free agents, I can't find a website that lists all the players who's contracts expire next offseason. So the only for sure free agents for next year, that I know of, are the guys who got franchised this year(Asante Samuel, Lance Briggs, Charles Grant, Cory Redding, Justin Smith, and Josh Brown).