Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie already has done more work with the team's salary cap than he would have liked to in 2012.
McKenzie has had to cut ties to players like Stanford Routt, Kamerion Wimbley and Kevin Boss not only to just make the numbers work, but just to make the numbers close. He has also been busy with restructuring the contracts of Carson Palmer, Richard Seymour, Michael Huff and Aaron Curry.
The work he has done thus far should put him into consideration for NFL Executive of the Year.
According to spotrac.com, the Raiders have about $13 million in cap space left for 2012. The problem the Raiders face is that figure does not include the contracts of rookies, undrafted free agents and some other free agents where terms of the deal were not disclosed. McKenzie and the Raiders still have work to do.
This roster still has some issues McKenzie would like to address. With so little cap space to work with, what should they do?
Here are some potential moves McKenzie can still pull off to make the Raiders better heading into the 2012 season.