Buffalo Bills: With $38 MM Under Salary Cap, What Free Agents Can Bills Sign?

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Buffalo Bills: With $38 MM Under Salary Cap, What Free Agents Can Bills Sign?
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As all NFL teams, coaches, general managers and players await the final days of negotiations and the subsequent voting on the final proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement, attention will then shift to the start of the league year and the beginning of free agency.

According to a story published yesterday by Mark Gaughan on BuffaloNews.com, if the projected salary cap for the 2011 NFL season turns out to be $120 MM, that would result in the Bills being roughly $38 MM under the salary cap coming in to the free agency period. That number was the result of adding up the compensation for the top 53 players on the Bills roster, according to the figures that the Buffalo News has on file.

So, if we can use the $38 MM as a focus point, what kind of a splash can the Bills make around the league in free agency, and what other things can Bills General Manager Buddy Nix do with that $38 MM to insure the Bills remain competitive for years to come?

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