Salary cap-squeezed Bills handcuffed entering free agency
The salary cap-squeezed Buffalo Bills have little money to work with even after GM Brandon Beane restructured the contracts of Josh Allen and Von Miller to free up more than $30 million of cap room. The restructurings leave Buffalo an estimated $20 million under the salary cap entering the signing period. That doesn’t leave much breathing room to add top-level talent to replace the likely departures of defensive fixtures, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and safety Jordan Poyer. Edmunds already has agreed to a deal with the Chicago Bears.
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