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John Clayton
espn sport writers 990,114 followers
Here is this week's huddle radio show. Dennis Hickey, Harrison Smith, Santana Moss, Donte Whitner. es.pn/OLzjgC
With Kam Chancellor getting hip surgery, the Seahawks needed to make sure Jeron Johnson was available to work with the first team secondary.
Seahawks safety Jeron Johnson's restructured contract _ one-year worth as much as $2 million _ keeps him on the roster this year.
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The Jets have more than $26 million of cap room, giving them the best chance to sign Chris Johnson. The Giants have only $4.2 million.
With the release of Chris Johnson and the Mike Williams trade, 96 players have been cut or traded saving $380.4 million of cap room.
Releasing Chris Johnson saves the Titans $6 million in cap space. They now have $15 million of room.
Knowing he was going to make $15.5 million over two, Allen didn't have a problem giving the Bears a break in the first year.
You can see the reason Jared Allen accepted only $3 million this year. He's got plenty in the bank and it helps out the Bears cap
Despite his release, DeSean Jackson will have a market. I could see Kansas City, Jets and maybe carolina leading the pack.
Regardless, the Bears are guaranteeing he will make $15.5 million over the first two years.
The interesting part of Jared Allen's contract is he makes only $3 million this year. Next year he makes $12.5 million.
It's still amazing to think that Darrelle Revis is a Patriot. Great move.
The Denver Broncos were the winner for the first three days. Tampa Bay is in there for a close second.
Around 70 players moved to different teams during the first three days of free agency. Close to $1 billion in contracts were awarded.
The Dolphins did the right thing in trading Jonathan Martin to SF. He can work with Jim Harbaugh to rebuild his career.
The NFC South won the first day of free agency with TB, NO and Atlanta spending big
The team getting hit the hardest is Kansas City. They lost two guards, Tyson Jackson, Dexter McCluster
The safety market and the LT market have been the busiest. Vontae Davis' re-signing should get the CB market going.
So far 26 unrestricted free agents have moved to different teams in the first 90 minutes of free agency
Michael Bennett is going to get $16 million guaranteed in his $32 million deal
Early prediction is that Aqib Talib ends up in Washington.
Still waiting to see if Michael Bennett announced later today that he is staying in Seattle
Jason Babin voided the final two years of his Jacksonville Jaguars contract and is now a free agent.
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