As always the Eagles are near the top of the list but here's why. It may look sexy and smart how they handle their contracts and business it's really not in the bigger picture.
Here's a quote from someone:
<div class="quote1">Quote </div><div class="quote2">The Eagles spend money on FA's
eclipz928 : 12:55 pm
short term contracts, but they show a reluctance to extend contracts of
players that they draft or that have been with the team for a while. As
a result, the makeup of their roster has very little consistency from
season to season - it allows them to have a lot of flexibility with
managing the cap but it has definitely been a huge disadvantage for them
on the field.
This offseason was the first time in a while the
Eagles have committed to multiple players for long term deals. They
managed it so that their salary cap is in good shape so far this year,
and maybe even going into next season, but by 2014 a lot of those new
contracts will have a huge jump and they'll have to make some really
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Essex : 1:16 pm
not look as rosy next year. They redid a bunch of their contracts,
which always calls for kicking the can down the road. Nothing to see
Next year the Eagles are at 137 million. So, don't worry about their cap.
2013 Eagles Cap Situation - http://www.eaglescap.com/next.html