The NFLPA had a call Friday afternoon to supply updates on player security and where we stand as training school nears. We discussed some of the highlights from the call, but we didn’t expound on the possibility of the salary cap dropping.

NFL groups could see a substantial reduction in wage cap in 2021 that would likely cause lots of gamers being cut in cap-saving steps. According to NFLPA executive DeMaurice Smith and president J.C. Tretter, who bets the Browns, the impact of profits loss amid the coronavirus pandemic won’t just impact this season, however 2021 also.

Smith said he forecasts that if there is a “remarkable drop in earnings this year” that there might be losses of approximately $70 million per team and would see the 2021 salary cap drop all the method to $120 million. The 2020 wage cap for each group is $198.2 million. As of right now, the San Francisco 49ers have $173 million committed to the income cap in 2021. That’s not including the 26 unlimited complimentary agents the Niners will have, which consist of a few of the very best gamers on the roster. I wonder if these projections are playing into George Kittle’s contract situation and triggering the group to play hardball. Smith said there had been conversations trying to avoid that, and there’s a possibility of expanding the decline over numerous upcoming years, a choice the NFLPA chooses.