From Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Eagles still have just over $25 million in cap space to work with.
According to the NFLPA's records, the Eagles have $25.1 million in cap space.
— Zach Berman (@ZBerm) March 14, 2014
That’s a lot of coin. Howie Roseman — and the organization in general — have done a good job of managing that number over the years.
With not many guys left on the free agent market, it’s doubtful they’ll make too much of a splash the rest of the way in that sense.
This type of flexibility, however, does open the team up to a trade. If a player they really covet becomes available (maybe a pass rushing 3-4 OLB), the Eagles could pull the trigger and absorb a good chunk of money. It will all depend on what they would have to give up, though. Keep in mind, the Eagles have only six draft picks as of right now.