The NFL will release its 2018-19 salary cap by the end of July.
And that’s not even the best news for those of you who have been waiting.
For the first time in years, there is no cap on the total amount of money the NFL has available for the league to spend in the draft.
And the NFLPA’s annual draft plan, the annual compensation plan, will not be released until 2019.
The NFLPA will not release the draft plan until after the league announces its next round of salary cap spending.
And then, in the new year, the league will not announce the salary cap until all teams are signed.
That means we won’t know until the end the number of draft picks the NFL will give up for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
For all the details, check out our salary cap guide.
NFL draft picks can be spent on new players or veterans.
The salary cap will allow the league and players to negotiate the draft in a more fair and transparent manner.
The league can also continue to spend draft picks on players who aren’t available for free agency and can only be signed as unrestricted free agents by the NFL.
The draft picks and the cap will not change, which means that the salary-cap will stay the same.
The cap will be announced in mid-July.
The 2018 NFL draft is scheduled to take place June 24-27 in Atlanta.
It will be held in front of a capacity crowd of 21,000 people.
The first round is expected to be held April 12-14.
The top picks will be selected June 29 and will be eligible to sign with the team that selected them.
This year, only the No. 2 overall pick and No. 3 overall pick will be free agents.
The No. 1 overall pick, No. 12 overall pick (if the first round goes to the same team) and No 10 overall pick are unrestricted free-agent players.
The rest of the draft picks will either be unrestricted free agency players or will have no guaranteed money attached to them.
Players who signed with teams in the last two years are guaranteed to make $7 million this year and $7.75 million next year.
The second round will be played May 17-19 in New York.
The third round will take place July 1-3 in Miami.
The fourth round will occur August 15-17 in New Orleans.
The final round will not take place until November 30, 2019, meaning that there will not even be a first-round pick released until December 12, 2019.
With the cap set to be released this year, we can expect the league’s overall cap to be a lot higher than it was last season.
For example, the salary for the first four seasons of the cap was about $9.9 million.
That number is expected have gone up to $18 million this season.
This is the first year that the cap has not gone up because of player contracts.
That cap figure has been about $13 million in 2019.
So, while it’s expected that there won’t be a $18.5 million cap in 2020, there will still be a significant increase over last season, when the cap increased $8 million from $25 million to $28 million.
The overall cap for this season is projected to be about $37 million.