Not Using Franchise Tag Helps Texans with Salary Cap

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Not Using Franchise Tag Helps Texans with Salary Cap
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Last year, the Texans entered the offseason $20 million over the $120.6 million salary cap. After releasing some players and restructuring a few contracts, they were $4.7 million under the cap by the deadline that signaled the start of free agency. This year, the Texans are $7.6 million under a cap that will be $123 million at the start of free agency March 12.

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