Salary Cap Book For Free!

The salary cap is one of the most important – and misunderstood – parts of building a football team.

At this time of the year, when the pandemic seems certain to reduce the cap for the first time ever, this unique part of football is becoming even more critical!

To make matters worse, social media is full of mis-information and most articles that try to explain it are nothing more than vague cut-and-paste jobs that leave more questions than answers.

Rated a #1 New Release on Amazon, A Fan’s Guide To Understanding The NFL Salary Cap is the definitive guide to understanding how the NFL Salary Cap works and how it impacts your team!

Now, thanks to our unique partnership with Amazon, you can get the ebook absolutely free!

If you have Kindle Unlimited, you can already read this book (as well as A Fan’s Guide To Understanding The NFL Draft and A Fan’s Guide To NFL Free Agency Hits and Misses, both of which were also #1 New Releases) for free. But if you don’t have Kindle Unlimited, you can read all of these books – for free – with free trial of Kindle Unlimited!

Just click here on whatever device you’re using, get your free trial of Kindle Unlimited, then download the books!

It’s that simple!

Learn all about how the CBA defines the salary cap, how player contracts work, including restructures and extensions, and what the true impact is of a team going “all in.” Learn why there’s no such thing as a “salary cap wizard” and exactly why players, teams, and agents structure contracts the way they do!

Then, download our other books for free to learn about draft strategy (everything from why left tackles are always drafted high to why teams don’t trade up more often) and free agency (how it works plus case studies including why Andre Rison was actually a terrible free agent signing)!

Go get your free trial of Kindle Unlimited now!

(Or, if you prefer the paperback versions – with sharp-looking wraparound cover designs – you can get that by clicking here).

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