The Browns will have a lot of holes to fill in the third off-season of the reign of General Manager Phil Savage as general manager-RD%>. And they will have plenty of money and room under the salary cap to fill them.
NFL teams were informed last week that the salary cap will increase to $109 million in 2007 (up from $102 million this year) and it will rise in 2008 to $116 million.
According to figures published by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Browns currently rank fifth in the league in projected salary cap room for 2007. They have $33.3 million to spend. The only teams with more room are San Francisco ($42.1 million), Buffalo ($39.7 million), Arizona ($36.7 million) and Tennessee ($36 million).
Think Phil is putting us in a better positon than most are willing to give him credit for.[/url]