How to evaluate a cap strategy

The cap space in 2017-18 is expected to reach about $75 million.

It’s about $20 million higher than last year’s projection.

The league had a cap space of $60 million for the 2018 season, which was about $6 million lower than this year’s cap.

If the 2018 cap was $75.7 million, the cap would be about $14 million higher.

In the first three weeks of the season, the Rams had $7.3 million in cap space, which means they have about $12 million in room for expansion, which is a relatively high number considering the Rams have only played one game.

The Rams also have about a $2 million cap hit for the first year of the deal, which will allow them to make a run at a top-10 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

With that in mind, here’s how I would evaluate a potential cap scenario for the Rams: If the Rams go with a 3-4 defense in 2017, the salary cap is projected to be about the same as the 2019 cap, about $70 million.

If they go with an offense that has to be built around Tavon Austin, Dez Bryant, Kenny Britt and Tyreek Hill, the $68 million cap is likely lower than $70.5 million.

The biggest difference would be if the Rams add a first-round pick, but that’s a tricky proposition.

If Austin, Bryant and Britt are gone, the biggest gap in the salary-cap picture will be in the first round.

If Britt is still available, it would be $19.6 million.

However, if Austin and Hill are gone by then, the gap will be $15.9 million.

I would expect the Rams to sign a first and second round pick, which would net them a third rounder.

That would add about $15 million to the cap.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chargers signed a first round pick and moved on from a first in 2019, but the Rams would likely get a fifth rounder for that pick, likely as a bonus.

The Chargers also have a second-round deal on the books, but it’s hard to imagine them leaving it unused for a first or second-rounder.

The only way the Rams could be in a position to lose that third pick would be to trade down.

This would be a gamble that would be risky, because they’d have to make that decision.

However: The Rams could easily sign an undrafted free agent (a free agent who was already on the roster before signing a contract) and get a late first-rounder (or a late second- or third-rounder) and move up to grab the late third-rounder in 2019.

That could be worth $16 million or so in savings.

However that would likely be a risky move.

The worst thing for the Chargers would be losing either of those picks.

However the Rams can make a gamble and get an undrafted player and potentially move up, but they’d still have to be smart.

I believe the Rams will have to do it.

If you’re looking for an NFL-ready defense, you’ll have to get a first, second and third round pick to make this happen.