June 4, 2023
This is for cap space geeks (not to be confused with “”)space ghost” Roadie).
See, when you leave college and make the most of your credit card by spending an exhausting week in the sun with friends and island ladies in Atlantis in the Bahamas, next year you’ll have a good time playing football on the beach. You can see that it is limited to spectating.I ate a tube and shed a bologna sandwich big storm brewing Beer.
That’s basically what’s happening with the Bucks this fall. They made the most of their Amex Centurion card, competing alongside Tom Brady for the Super Bowl against big-name veterans.
The Bucks now have Kyler Traskfield hoping to win this awful division.
As reported yesterday, the Bucks have $401,000 in cap space as of June 1.
No, it’s not a retirement plan (rimshot!).
Joe once heard from an NFL litigator that in a perfect world, teams would want to have about $10 million in cap space going into the summer to cover their rookies’ salaries. They want to have a cash cushion to sign players if cap injuries show up on the market or they suffer injuries. .
With less than 500,000 Team Glazer loot available, Joe wants to know who’s not on the rosters for the Bucks and Vikings’ Week 1 kickoff.
Update since June 1: Let’s see how all 32 NFL teams stand in the salary cap space: pic.twitter.com/W5XDH51P9K
— Ali Meiroff (@MySportsUpdate) June 2, 2023