Get used to hearing and saying, "Cap Casualty."
The $120 million cap in place for 2011 will cause teams to cut some big name players to either help teams get under the number or to make enough room to allow teams to make some moves in free agency.
To give you a reference point, the last time the NFL had a cap was 2009 and the number was $128 million.
Teams will ignore the name associated with the contract and simply look at the value they are getting.
The names who appear on this list have not been cut because teams can't make moves until Thursday, July 28.