I am thrilled to announce that my third book has been released!
The salary cap is the most important – and most misunderstood – part of building a football team.
The Packers are in an offseason where the cap is more important than ever and the internet is full of vague articles that look like they’re all cutting and pasting the same confusing half-answers.
If you want to understand:
- How David Bakhtiari’s contract restructure works
- Why extending Davante Adams can make cap space now but hurt even worse later
- Why an Aaron Rodgers restructure might do for the team
Then you need to read A Fan’s Guide To Understanding The NFL Salary Cap to get the full story on how the salary cap works, how restructures work, and – most importantly – what the full, long-term implications of these moves really are.
But be ready: this is not some Packers-specific book that only talks about this offseason – this is a comprehensive explanation of all aspects of the salary cap that impact the free agency and the offseason, so you can follow the moves that every team makes (and understand the full implications)!
Check it out now!
The NFL Salary Cap: The most important – and misunderstood – part of building a football team.
Why didn’t you team sign that free agent that seemed like a perfect fit? Why did they cut a veteran who just had a good season? Why did they sign a player to an extension for the future if they needed cap space this year?
Learn the answer to all these questions and more as Bruce Irons (author of A Fan’s Guide To Understanding The NFL Draft and A Fan’s Guide To NFL Free Agency Hits And Misses) thoroughly explains all the basics of the NFL Salary Cap and contract structures, then dives deep into how GMs use the critical tool to build their teams.
If you want to understand how your team is built and why they do the things they do in the offseason, skip all the articles with vague examples that leave you with more questions than answers, and read A Fan’s Guide To Understanding The NFL Salary Cap!