DeMarco Murray got $40 million, $21 million guaranteed.
By Michael McCarthy
The Eagles’ free-agent spending spree has added plenty of talent for the 2015 season, and it has come at a cost.
“We like where we are (financially),” Kelly has said.
After entering free agency with an estimated $46 million in salary cap space, here is a look at how much money the Eagles have left to spend:
Beginning of free agency: $46.01 million (breakdown here)
Sam Bradford: 1 year/$12.9 million……$12.9 million cap hit (via trade)
Byron Maxwell: 6 years/$63 million……$8.75 million cap hit
Brandon Graham: 4 years/$26 million…$6 million cap hit
DeMarco Murray: 5 years/$40 million…$5 million cap hit
Mark Sanchez: 2 years/$9 million……..$3.5 million cap hit
Walter Thurmond: 1 year/$3 million……$3 million cap hit
Ryan Mathews: 3 years/$11.5 million…$2 million cap hit
Kiko Alonso: 2 years/$1.78 million…….$795,000 cap hit
Total: $41.9 million handed out in cap hits
Left: $5 million (estimate)
The Eagles could free up more space by re-doing the contract of linebacker DeMeco Ryans ($6 million) or trading offensive guard Evan Mathis ($6.5 million).