The Niners were down to $1.52 million in cap space
49ers Salary Cap
San Francisco will save just over $1 million
The 49ers now have $20 million in cap space before we count Tartt’s contract
This does not factor in Dee Ford’s recent restructure
The 49ers have more than $31 million in cap space before we count Moseley’s new deal
The salary cap shouldn’t prevent San Francisco from doing what they need to get done during free agency
This is likely due to players not reaching their LTBE incentives from 2020
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said there is no timetable for Richburg’s return
That’s a $5 million bump from the previous negotiations
One player on each side of the ball
The 49ers could create nearly $15 million by releasing Ford and Richburg with post-June-1 designations
Over The Cap has the 49ers at around $5.2 million in cap space after the Tomlinson restructure
Is the team clearing up cap space to make a move?
That number jumps to $16 million in 2022 and 2023
The team will need just over $8 million of that to sign their rookie class.
Arik’s contract details were released late Monday afternoon. It’s another team-friendly deal for the Niners.
$30 million for Teddy?
Let’s take a look at the 49ers 2020 cap situation & how they can bring their core back
Paraag strikes again
Taking a look at the salary cap and making a few projections
I take a look at what a new deal for Kittle could look like
It’s the same thing that happened to Joey
Let’s take a look at where the 49ers stand cap-wise for 2020
Let’s take a look at those numbers for Joe Staley’s recent contract