Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports


49ers have $53.58 million in cap space

Mar 25, 2016 at 11:53 AM--


According to the NFLPA's update on Friday morning, the San Francisco 49ers currently have $53.58 million in cap space. The team has made only three offseason additions that were not with San Francisco last season.

G Zane Beadles (Jaguars) - 3-yrs, $11.75M
QB Thad Lewis (Eagles) - 1-yr, $760K
WR Eric Rogers (CFL) - 2-yrs, $1.14M with $125K signing bonus

The 49ers have also re-signed a number of their own players, including TE Garrett Celek, RB Shaun Draughn, LB Ray-Ray Armstrong, K Phil Dawson, and NT Ian Williams. Williams had originally signed a five-year deal to remain with the team, but the contract was reduced due to a failed physical.


Below is the cap space for each NFL team as provided by the NFLPA.

Team Cap Space
San Francisco 49ers $53,582,558
Jacksonville Jaguars $52,513,257
Cleveland Browns $42,718,501
Tennessee Titans $31,795,847
Chicago Bears $24,890,288
New York Giants $24,848,550
Indianapolis Colts $21,380,326
Cincinnati Bengals $21,218,307
Miami Dolphins $20,071,116
Detroit Lions $18,544,297
Carolina Panthers $18,439,981
Oakland Raiders $17,457,572
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $17,247,803
Washington Redskins $14,016,954
San Diego Chargers $13,389,457
Philadelphia Eagles $13,307,621
Green Bay Packers $13,257,816
Los Angeles Rams $12,870,599
Minnesota Vikings $11,191,755
Houston Texans $9,680,158
New England Patriots $9,315,606
Atlanta Falcons $9,202,143
Dallas Cowboys $8,677,193
Baltimore Ravens $7,561,110
Seattle Seahawks $7,474,618
Buffalo Bills $7,416,649
Kansas City Chiefs $5,701,975
Arizona Cardinals $3,524,926
New York Jets $3,394,647
Pittsburgh Steelers $2,629,520
Denver Broncos $2,050,296
New Orleans Saints $273,215

* Player salaries from Spotrac.com





More San Francisco 49ers News



George Kittle: 49ers have a 'next man in' mentality, remain confident despite mounting injuries

By David Bonilla
Sep 24, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers surprised reporters by bringing in tight end George Kittle to speak via Zoom on Thursday. Fans shouldn't take Kittle's availability to the media as a clue that he will play on Sunday against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium, though. In case anyone from the New York Giants is reading this — maybe he will, maybe he won't. "I just missed you guys," Kittle said. "They said I could talk to you guys. I haven't talked to you guys in a week. I just really missed all your faces and voices." Kittle is recovering from a sprained MCL and bone bruise, according to multiple reports. He missed this past Sunday's game against the

Read the Full Article


49ers-Giants: Nick Mullens and Mohamed Sanu have quickly built a good rapport

By David Bonilla
Sep 25, 2020

Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu hasn't been with the San Francisco 49ers very long, but he already has the respect of the quarterback who will be tossing him passes on Sunday against the New York Giants. That isn't Jimmy Garoppolo, who was ruled out with a high-ankle sprain. It's his backup, Nick Mullens. Mullens spoke about the chemistry he has quickly built with Sanu since the 49ers signed the veteran receiver last week. "He's come in, done a great job," Mullens told reporters on Friday. "Coach Shanahan spoke highly of him before he got here, and he's been everything that we thought he was going to be. We [built] a good rapport pretty quick. He's a real cool dude, so it's fun playing with Mo." Teammates have a lot of confidence in Mullens' ability to

Read the Full Article


49ers Lost in Loss to Cardinals

By Gilbert Brink
Sep 14, 2020

Wake up, Kyle Shanahan. As of September 14th 2020, Super Bowl 55 looks like a distant pipe dream. Yesterday, the San Francsico 49ers fell to the Arizona Cardinals in the opener of the 2020 NFL season. After getting off to a blazing start, jumping out to a 10-0 lead, the 49ers couldn't keep the heat on and lost at home to a team that accumulated only 5 wins in 2019. This Cardinals team isn't special. Often fans can find solace in a loss by heaping praise upon the opponent. Not today. Arizona signal caller QB Kyler Murray will be praised in the media for his efforts, but in reality, Murray was inaccurate often and relied heavily on newly acquired star WR DeAndre Hopkins to carry him through this one. Murray threw the ball 40 times for 230 yards, registering a measly 5.8 yards

Read the Full Article

Featured

More Featured Stories

Trending News

More News
Share 49erswebzone