I was reading an article on Bleacher Report that was breaking down the cap situation. It listed the UFAs and RFAs on offensive and defense. Then it broke down the cap situation. Here is a bit of what it said: Projected in total salary for players in 2013: $132 million Projected dead money: $6.5 million League collusion penalty: $5 million Projected total cap spent: $143.5 million NFL projected cap limit in 2013: $121 million Available Cowboys cap space: -$22.5 million Now, I don't know if their projected total salary on players is taking into account who they would resign of the available UFAs and RFAs and the projected amount of the contracts. I also don't know how it would be possible to get ANY free agent if we have a negative available cap space. And I don't get how cutting players still under contract would free up cap space since it would cost a cap hit. So, hypothetically, if we were to cut ties with the majority of our UFAs and RFAs, does anyone know if we would even have money to sign additional free agents? And if so, how much money? I really have no idea how the cap works. I'm just going into the offseason assuming we won't have any new players next season aside from our draft picks.