Seahawks Have Second Most Cap Space In NFL


According to a recent crunching of salary cap numbers by Mr. Seattle John Clayton, the Seahawks are sitting very pretty as far as available resources are concerned.

Besides the Tampa Bay Bucanneers, who have a ridiculous $59.2 million in cap space, the Seahawks have the second most cap room in the entire league sitting at an estimated $39 million.

The sooner owners pass the vote to ratify the new CBA and 50.1 percent of current NFL players do the same, the sooner you’ll see the Seahawks reel in the Jonathan Joseph’s and Sidney Rices’ of this free agency class.


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One Response to “Seahawks Have Second Most Cap Space In NFL”

  1. Cameron says:

    With $39 million in cap space would it be too much to ask to upgrade the cornerback position?

    Trufant, much like Tatupu, has battled injuries and his skills have diminished markedly over the past couple of years. I’m a fan of Marcus’ but I’m a bigger Seahawks fan and I want to see the team make another playoff run this year.

    We could use a solid presence at the position, like an Asante Samuel. I don’t know if we are showing any interest in the way of a trade but we definitely should be, especially with the Eagles signing Cromartie. Trufant could even be part of the trade if the Eagles would go for it.

    In my opinion we at least need someone with some experience, like a Gallery, in the secondary to help lead the youth movement. I just hope something comes to fruition before we get stuck with no one and get burned all season by Kolb and Bradford.

    Go Hawks!

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