There is a bit of an arms race going on in the NFL right now, and it is starting to become more and more apparent how the salary cap is shaping up.

So, in the interest of simplicity, I have decided to take a look at the salary caps in the league, and then break down the players who are expected to make the most money from their contracts, based on how much they make from their salary cap hit.

Salary cap numbers are often overlooked, but they do play a role in many of the decisions made about the draft and free agency.

Below, I will break down some of the players on the roster who are likely to make more money in free agency than they will in the regular season.

If you want to take your salary cap calculations a step further, here is how to calculate how much each player is worth.1.

The 49ers QB Carlos Hyde.

Hyde, a free agent signing last offseason, is expected to have a contract worth $10.4 million in 2015.

That means that if he earns $1.8 million per game, that would mean he is expected at least $3.5 million in salary.

Hyde is expected in the range of a $6 million to $7 million contract from the 49ers, but that is probably a fair estimate, as he has been on the wrong side of 30 years old.

Hyde will turn 28 in February, which means that his salary is likely to be closer to $10 million.2.

The Broncos’ Paxton Lynch.

Lynch has the most guaranteed money ($13 million) on the 49er roster, which is likely why he is the only one who will make a ton of money.

He is expected with an $8 million salary in 2015, which would mean $14.3 million for the season.

He will turn 26 in March, which makes him one of the most likely players to be signed by the Broncos.

He may not make as much as Hyde, but he is likely the highest paid free agent of the bunch, and he is a very good fit in Denver.3.

The Bears’ Ryan Pace.

Pace is coming off a solid rookie campaign in 2015 that led him to earn the starting QB job in Chicago.

That is expected money on the Bears, but it is probably closer to the $7.3 or $8.5 mil average for the NFL.

He could be worth closer to a $5 million-to-6 million deal, but I don’t think that is realistic.4.

The Titans’ Mike Mularkey.

Mular, a third-round pick in 2014, will have the most cap space ($3.8-million), which would be close to the average for free agents.

That would put him at $9 million, which puts him close to his $8-mil salary cap figure.5.

The Bengals’ Andy Dalton.

Dalton will be one of only three players on this list who will be paid $6.75 million in total salary in the 2015 season.

That makes him the highest-paid player on this team.

He can be worth close to $6-mil per year, and his contract includes $1-mil guaranteed money.6.

The Vikings’ Teddy Bridgewater.

Bridgewater is coming into his age-32 season and is expected for $11.75-million.

That puts him in the $8-$9 million range, and with a full year of the new CBA, that is likely a good number.7.

The Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger.

Roethisberger is coming back into the fold after missing all of last season with a knee injury.

His contract includes an $11 million signing bonus, and there is $8,500 guaranteed for injuries.

That comes to $14-million in salary cap space.8.

The Lions’ Ameer Abdullah.

Abdullah, who will turn 30 in February and will make $9.5-million, is a prime candidate to get paid more than $7-mil.

The Detroit Lions are in the market for a running back and will have a cap number that is close to their $15-mil average.

Abdullah is a perfect fit on Detroit’s offense and could be a great addition to the Lions’ offense in 2015 if they are able to re-sign him.9.

The Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles.

Charles will turn 31 in March and has $13.5 or $14 million guaranteed, which will be close in size to his contract.

That number will be a little bit lower than what is expected, but you have to think that Charles could be able to earn $10-mil-$12-mil over the course of the contract.10.

The Jaguars’ Blake Bortles.

Bortls, a first-round draft pick in 2013, is entering his age 32 season and will be entering a contract year.

That gives him the most amount of money in the Jaguars’ cap situation, and that is