A diminished role in 2014 and a hefty cap hit in 2015 could cause the Redskins to weigh their options when it comes to wide receiver.
Case had been dismissed in 2012. It accuses the NFL and teams of operating with a secret salary cap during the uncapped year in 2010.
As they kick off the offseason practice phase known as Organized Team Activities this week, the Washington Redskins stand at the league roster limit of 90 players. They also have just about reached the salary cap limit.
This week, Mike Jones answers readers' questions about the Redskins’ draft needs, further examines the signing of DeSean Jackson, and engages in some salary cap talk.
The contract that Ryan Clark signed on Wednesday is a one-year deal worth $1 million, a person with knowledge of the situation said.
DeSean Jackson’s deal with the Redskins will pay him $24 million over a three-year span with $16 million guaranteed, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
The Washington Redskins entered Tuesday's free agency signing period with $18.58 million in cap space, and committed $9.83 million of that money to sign five players.
Washington will enter free agency with $18,580,869 in salary cap room, according to the NFL.
Figure would be higher than originally expected and would give the Redskins and other teams additional room to maneuver. League and union are in deliberations over the final number, with a resolution expected within days.
Jay Gruden is putting the finishing touches on his coaching staff, and this week is devoting much of his efforts to installing the offense with coordinator Sean McVay.