The Dallas Cowboys stand less than $1 million under the salary cap, so their front office can’t make acquisitions this offseason until other moves are made.

The Cowboys have taken their time addressing a few bloated veteran salaries instead of showing any aggressiveness in the market. While that’s likely a mistake, they did make a good decision by franchise-tagging defensive end Demarcus Lawrence.

The last two seasons have been skewed as they’ve dealt with subpar quarterback play, but the arrival of Case Keenum may spur an uptick in production.

Keenum’s play will be huge for the Broncos and may prove to be their smartest choice of the offseason, but he’ll have to prove he’s not just a product of the Minnesota Vikings’ excellent surrounding cast. Keenum’s a journeyman but has a huge opportunity to replicate last year with two great receivers in Denver.

There’s not much to dislike about the Bills’ strategy thus far. They’ve acquired affordable veterans like cornerback Vontae Davis, running back Chris Ivory and quarterback AJ McCarron to fill out the roster. Their only Giants Cheap Jerseys significant signings in terms of cap spending were Lotulelei, who has the sixth-highest total guarantee among 4-3 defensive tackles, and defensive end Trent Murphy, who is coming off a torn ACL and MCL but was an effective player prior to that.

It’s difficult to lose a first-round pick who was an effective player, but the Carolina Panthers not only made the right decision to let Star Lotulelei walk, they also upgraded his position. Former Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons nose tackle Dontari Poe was a great signing for three years and $27 million. He’ll help the Panthers line in a way for which Lotulelei wasn’t Fashion Online Shop Cheap Jerseys fit.