Washington Commanders Salary Cap
We’ve got a 90-man roster and ready for training camp!
Top Commanders draft picks Emmanuel Forbes & Quan Martin signed contracts on Friday - salary cap update
It’s not all about Josh Harris and Magic Johnson
The expected move
Hogs Haven analyzes the Commanders depth chart after the team drafted Emmanuel Forbes, Quan Martin, Ricky Stromberg, Braeden Daniels, KJ Henry, Chris Rodriguez Jr., and Andre Jones. We also assess potential post-draft roster changes and salary cap impacts.
Hogs Haven updates details of Washington Commanders cap situation as free agency winds down and the draft looms. How can the team find the millions it will need to sign its drafted rookies?
Hogs Haven takes a detailed look at the Commanders available cap space and salary cap needs, and discusses which players might be released, renegotiated or restructured between now and training camp.
We look at the Washington Commanders current salary cap situation after the early rush of free agency and analyze what needs to be done to meet the team’s roster needs. Jacoby Brissett, Nick Gates, Andrew Wylie, Cody Barton, Cameron Dantzler, Jeremy Reaves, Danny Johnson, Khaleke Hudson, Efe Obada, Marcus Kemp
Playing tag with Daron Payne: what options do the Washington Commanders have with their Pro Bowl defensive tackle?
We look at the franchise tag rules and deadlines for 2023 and discuss what the options that the Commanders front office has with Daron Payne
NFL salary cap set at $224.8 million; Washington will have $32.8 million after Carson Wentz is released
Washington has the 16th most cap space in the NFL
Let’s get a head start on the 2023 offseason planning
Not as much as most people seem to think
Chase Roullier having knee surgery; Washington gains $3M cap space converting some base salary to signing bonus
Another tough break for Chase
Just a bit o’housekeeping
This article explores the salary cap impact of Washington’s trade for Carson Wentz and discusses how the team can quickly and easily get the cap room it needs to be active in free agency, sign its draft picks, and enter the regular season with a bit in reserve.
NFL salary cap set at $208.2 million; Washington has $33.38 million in cap space heading into free agency
Washington has the 9th most cap space in the NFL
NFL wallets will be a little fatter in 2022
NFL salary cap set at $182.5 million; Washington has $38.9 million in cap space heading into free agency
Washington has the 6th most cap space
not with a bang, but a with a whimper