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2013 Huddle mock offseason/ FA Defense

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The Patriots will place the Franchise Tag on Aquib Talib for $11 million cap dollars leaving the Patriots with $10 million cap space.

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Rams Cut S Quintin Mikell makes 6 mill has 2 yrs left.

Savings of $3

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I posted this on the offensive thread too by mistake:

Browns cut LB Scott Fujita, free up $3 in cap

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I posted this on the offensive thread too by mistake:

Browns cut LB Scott Fujita, free up $3 in cap

already a fa.

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Chargers are cutting Takeo Spikes and Antonio Garay saving $5 dollars in cap space giving the team $14.

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already a fa.

Fine, the Browns cut DE Frostee Rucker saving $2 in cap space.

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The Buccaneers cut OLB Quincy Black saving $2 million in cap space.

Buccaneers total cap space: $33 million

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Saints cut Will Smith and his ridiculous 19.4 million remaining over the next two years. His salary this year is 9 million, giving us 4.5 million in cap relief. The Saints still are $10 over the cap.

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