The Buffalo Bills may have a bit of a respite from the NFL's salary cap if a report from NFL.com's Rand Getlin is accurate.
I'm told the NFL's salary cap is expected to jump to at least $155M this year. Nearly $12M more than last year's ($143.28M).— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) February 15, 2016
The Bills currently have over $158 million committed to their cap for the 2016 season. Even taking into account just the top 51 contracts (how the cap is calculated once the league year starts) they are over that projected cap and will need to shed some salary.
Earlier this offseason, we profiled a series of moves that would save the Bills $27 million. That will free up enough room to re-sign Cordy Glenn and Richie Incognito as well as add free agents to plug some holes around the roster while staying under the salary cap.