The San Francisco 49ers had a busy Saturday, as the team signed cornerback Shareece Wright and re-signed cornerback Chris Cook. The team is also reported to have signed offensive lineman Erik Pears and Reggie Bush confirmed he was joining the team. I word the latter two in that manner because the team did not officially announce the moves.
The NFLPA has begun updating their public salary cap report, which provides the current cap space for each team. It reflects moves that have been officially processed with both the NFL and the NFLPA. When a team executes a contract with a player, they submit paperwork to both the league and the union. That means that even though we have heard about certain transactions, they are not necessarily reflected in the NFLPA cap report quite yet.
The report lists the 49ers with $15,426,310 in cap space. That number is the same as it was yesterday morning, which means none of the four moves mentioned above are reflected in it. None of those moves is likely to be a cap-breaking move, so it should not have an overly dramatic effect on the 49ers cap number. It is also worth noting this reflects the team's Top 51 salaries, and not every single salary on the books. When the team makes final roster cuts at the end of August, they will have to have all their contracts (53-man roster, PUP list, IR, practice squad) in compliance with the cap number.