Excerpt: "The Cowboys got under the salary cap by restructuring a pair of contracts on Monday. With a few other expected moves, the Cowboys could create enough cap space to become players in free agency.
The Cowboys' cap situation bears watching for the Giants, especially because Dallas could target defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul in free agency. The Cowboys are looking to improve their pass rush and ESPN's Dan Graziano speculated that Pierre-Paul could be a target in free agency.
The Cowboys freed up $17.3 million in cap space on Monday by restructuring the contracts of offensive linemen Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick, according to an ESPN report. The Cowboys were roughly $12 million over the projected $168 million salary cap before Monday's moves." Read more...