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49ers Salary Cap

A.J. Brown’s contract details give the 49ers the framework to get an extension done with Deebo Samuel

The newest Eagle has recently signed a contract extension

49ers pick up Kyle Juszczyk’s option through 2025

Juice will make an extra $1.25 million in 2023

49ers currently rank 30th in the NFL in cap space

The Niners are sitting at $1.48 million

The 49ers could save $6.3 million this offseason by extending Jimmie Ward

They’d save $9.8 million by restructuring Armstead

49ers create $5.9 million in cap space by re-working Jimmie Ward’s contract

The Niners were down to $1.52 million in cap space

Mychal Kendricks deal with the 49ers is for one-year, $1.2 million

How the 49ers benefit from the salary cap’s June 1 rule

San Francisco will save just over $1 million

Dee Ford’s cap hit goes from $20 million to $9.8 million after his latest restructure

The 49ers now have $20 million in cap space before we count Tartt’s contract

The 49ers have just under $8 million in cap space after the D.J. Jones signing

This does not factor in Dee Ford’s recent restructure

Details on 49ers C Alex Mack’s 3-year deal: There are no guarantees past 2021

Details on Trent Williams contract: His cap number in 2021 is $8.2 million

49ers restructure C Weston Richburg’s contract, create $6.875 million in cap space

The 49ers have more than $31 million in cap space before we count Moseley’s new deal

NFL sets 2021 salary cap at $182.5 per team; 49ers have $24 million, per OTC

The salary cap shouldn’t prevent San Francisco from doing what they need to get done during free agency

49ers gain $11 million in cap space and are up to $23 million, per Over The Cap

This is likely due to players not reaching their LTBE incentives from 2020

Report: Weston Richburg has “likely” played his last down with the 49ers

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said there is no timetable for Richburg’s return

PFT projects NFL’s 2021 salary cap to land between the $182-$183 million range

NFL & NFLPA agree to increase salary cap to at least $180 million

That’s a $5 million bump from the previous negotiations

Two contracts the 49ers could extend to create more cap space in 2021

One player on each side of the ball

Schefter: NFL salary cap is expected to drop to $180-181 million

The 49ers could create nearly $15 million by releasing Ford and Richburg with post-June-1 designations

49ers restructure Laken Tomlinson’s contract to create $1.34M in cap space

Over The Cap has the 49ers at around $5.2 million in cap space after the Tomlinson restructure

49ers create $9.5 million in cap space by converting Dee Ford’s base salary into a signing bonus

Is the team clearing up cap space to make a move?

49ers rework Tom Compton’s contract

That likely means Brunskill is your starting right guard when the entire offensive line is healthy again

Kittle’s cap number will be under six million in each of the next two seasons

That number jumps to $16 million in 2022 and 2023

A Look at what could happen to the 49ers 2021 Salary Cap if no fans are permitted in stadiums

49ers have $11.4 million in cap space after Compton and Benjamin deals

The team will need just over $8 million of that to sign their rookie class.

Nine 49ers’ salaries become guaranteed on April 1

The 49ers have less than 24 hours to make a decision on a few players

Armstead contract details: Only a $6 million cap hit in 2020

Arik’s contract details were released late Monday afternoon. It’s another team-friendly deal for the Niners.

Jimmy G’s contract will look even better after the 2020 free agent class gets paid

$30 million for Teddy?

Analyzing the 49ers’ salary cap going into the 2020 offseason

Let’s take a look at the 49ers 2020 cap situation & how they can bring their core back

Details on Kwon Alexander’s restructure

Paraag strikes again

49ers save $4.5 million in cap space by reworking Richburg’s contract

Paraag strikes again

Revisiting the 49ers 2020 & Beyond Salary Cap Situation after the Sanders trade

Taking a look at the salary cap and making a few projections

Taking a deeper look at the 49ers 2020 and beyond salary cap situation

Revisiting the 49ers 2020 Salary Cap Situation

Looking at what a potential contract extension for George Kittle could look like

I take a look at what a new deal for Kittle could look like

ESPN still hates Kyle Juszczyk’s contract

Well...yeah.