• Ways the Chiefs can upgrade in 2014 and stay under the salary cap

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 18, 2014
    As it stands, the Chiefs only have about $2.5 million in salary-cap room in 2014. Corry thinks it will require maneuvering by the Chiefs to fit their 2014 draft picks, which should take around $5.5 million to sign, under the cap, let alone sign an impact free agent. Johnson, a 31-year-old inside linebacker, is coming off one of his finest years as a pro and is an excellent value with a cap number of $4.25 million. “That number might be finalized at $128 million, but for now, they’ll only have the $2.5 mil...
    • Other ways the Chiefs can create salary cap space in 2014

      As it stands, the Chiefs only have about $2.5 million in salary-cap room in 2014. According to Joel Corry, a former agent who now writes for the National Football Post, here are some moves they can make to save money:

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