With the Detroit Lions still sorting through potential options with Ndamukong Suh and 19 players facing unrestricted free agency, Detroit has a good amount of money tied up in offense with its 2015 salary cap.
That'll change as free agency begins, but here's a quick look at the offensive cap numbers so far, courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information.
Quarterback: Matthew Stafford -- $17,721,250.
Wide receiver: Calvin Johnson -- $20,558,000; Golden Tate -- $5,350,000; Ryan Broyles -- $1,170,432; TJ Jones -- $536,550; Skye Dawson -- $510,000; Corey Fuller -- $510,000; Andrew Peacock -- $435,000.
Dead money: Michael Williams -- $32,574; Chad Abram -- $5,000; Jacob Maxwell -- $2,000; D.J. Morrell -- $1,668; Andrew Peacock -- $1,666; A.J. Dalton -- $1,666; James Franklin -- $1,334; Alex Bullard -- $334.
And now, a look around the Interwebs in search of Lions news:
Jim Bob Cooter too valuable for Lions to let go, writes Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.
The Lions are OK with Theo Riddick, writes Josh Katzenstein of the Detroit News.
Justin Rogers of MLive looks at players who helped themselves at the NFL combine.