Good questions this week -- topics include the 2019 draft, cap casualties, 2020 cap space, Jakob Johnson, and offseason workout bonuses.
Good questions this week -- topics included Duke Johnson, Rob Gronkowski, A.J. Green, and compensatory picks. Let's get to it.
So how does Michael Bennett's new deal -- which was revealed Tuesday -- impact the 2019 and 2020 salary cap space numbers for the Patriots?
Good questions -- topics included cap space, free-agent spending and whether or not possible changes to the CBA could impact a new deal for Tom Brady.
On March 24 Rob Gronkowski announced on Instagram his retirement from football. What does it mean to the Patriots’ salary cap now and if he decides to un-retire? In the...
All right, everyone: It’s time to admit I was wrong. In January, I predicted Stephen Gostkowski would sign a four-year deal with the Patriots before the start of free agency....
Why do the Patriots have so little cap space, even though the league salary cap has increased from $123 million in 2013 to $188.2 million in 2019?
Good questions this week -- topics included cap space, free-agent spending and possible changes to the CBA. Let's get to it.
Received a lot of good questions this week on a variety of topics, including compensatory picks, RFA tenders, Josh Gordon, Adrian Clayborn, and much more. Let’s get to it.
Philly.Com’s Jeff McClane reported earlier today the Eagles will be trading Michael Bennett and a 2020 seventh-round pick for a 2020 fifth-round pick. Chris wrote about the trade’s potential impact...
Per a league source, Julian Edelman has two separate incentive clauses in his current deal.
Received a lot of good questions this week on a variety of topics.
Here’s a quick recap of the Patriots’ transactions from Monday and their impact on their 2019 salary cap:
Now the 2019 league cap amount has been revealed, we now know how much cash Joe Thuney and Elandon Roberts will earn in 2019.
Here’s a quick recap of recent Patriots transactions and their impact on their 2019 salary cap:
According to reports, the NFL salary cap has been set at $188.2 million for 2019. So what does this mean for the Patriots?
According to a league source, the Patriots will receive a $5,640,675 credit on their 2019 cap.
All right, everyone — received a lot of good questions this week on a variety of topics, including some of the Patriots’ most notable compensatory picks, the cap consequences for...
Here’s a look at some of the important dates on the upcoming NFL calendar, as viewed through a New England Patriots filter.