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Steelers Contracts and Salary Cap

Jaguars to pay half of Joe Schobert’s 2021 salary leaving the Steelers with a low cap hit

Schobert’s 2021 salary cap hit only takes a little more than $1 million off the books after roster displacement.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after report of void years for Trai Turner

It has been reported Trai Turner’s deal also includes void years to help reduce the salary cap hit.

Why the Steelers have been using void years rather than restructuring more contracts

Even the two bigger contracts the Steelers signed this summer included void years to reduce their 2021 salary cap hit.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after report of void years for Melvin Ingram

It has been reported Ingram’s deal has four void years at the end of his contract which lowers his 2021 cap hit for the Steelers

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after Vince Williams’ retirement

With three changes after the signing of Melvin Ingram, the Steelers’ salary cap has barely moved.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after the signing of Melvin Ingram

The reported salary uses up the room the Steelers had when taking into account other expenses for 2021.

How much salary cap space do the Steelers really have at this time?

With more items to count against the cap come September, there is more to the Steelers’ salary cap than one number.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after the signing of Trai Turner

The reported salary only uses a portion of what the Steelers saved with the release of David DeCastro.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after the release of David DeCastro

With the release of the former All-Pro guard, the Steelers now have the space available to add to the position.

What are the Steelers best and worst contracts ahead of the 2021 season?

Although performance on the field is what most fans are looking for, comparing it to a player’s salary is a whole different monster.

The Steelers still have options to reduce their salary cap for 2021, but they aren’t great

There are ways the Steelers can find some extra room under the 2021 salary cap if they must, but had they been desirable choices they may have already pulled the trigger.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after signing 8 draft picks

Only one player from the Steelers’ 2021 draft class remains unsigned.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after signing 6 draft picks

Two of the signed draftees land in the top 51 salaries... for now.

Contracts and salary cap numbers for the Steelers 2021 draft picks

Based on draft positions, the 2021 salary cap numbers for the Steelers were already known.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation following Mason Rudolph’s extension

The Steelers locked in their backup quarterback for an extra year, but it cost them some salary cap space in 2021.

The Steelers’ 2021 draft class will cost less than $2 million against the salary cap

As larger numbers make up the end of the top 51 salaries, the Steelers draft picks will count less against the cap when factoring roster displacement.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation following the signing of Josh Dobbs

With all 75 players having their contracts reported, the Steelers salary cap situation is pretty cut and dry before the NFL draft.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation following the re-signing of Vince Williams

The Steelers linebacker returns with minimal effect on the salary cap.

The Steelers have done a good job navigating the reduced salary cap

In an unprecedented year, the Steelers have done what they needed to do while keeping cap casualties to a minimum.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation with all players currently under contract

With reports available on every signing the Steelers have made in 2021, where do they stand in regards to the 2021 salary cap?

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after Eric Ebron’s reworked deal

The Steelers have several new contracts now on the books along with Ebron’s contract adding on void years.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after adding 2 veteran salary benefit players

The Steelers added two one-year deals which could less on the salary cap than money paid.

The Steelers 2021 NFL draft class will count minimally against the salary cap

If the Steelers make their eight selections where they are slated, the exact salary cap amount has already been determined.

Updating the Steelers’ salary cap situation after Steven Nelson’s release

As a big contract comes off the books, how much space do the Steelers have under the $182.5 million salary cap?

Updating the Steelers cap situation as details of player contracts are released

As more contract details trickle in, how much space do the Steelers have under the $182.5 million salary cap?

Updating the Steelers cap situation as details of player contracts are released

After their latest move, how much space do the Steelers have under the $182.5 million salary cap?

JuJu Smith-Schuster’s one-year deal is a small 2021 cap hit due to void years

Only a portion of Smith-Schuster’s $8 million contract will count towards the 2021 salary cap.

Updating the Steelers cap situation as details of player contracts are released

After their latest move, how much space do the Steelers have under the $182.5 million salary cap?

After the first day of free agent signings, where do the Steelers stand with the salary cap?

After a couple of moves, how much space do the Steelers have under the $182.5 million salary cap?

Now that the NFL has announced the 2021 salary cap, where do the Steelers stand?

With the salary cap officially at $182.5 million for 2021, the Steelers now know exactly what it takes to do business.

Should the NFL get creative with handling a lowered salary cap?

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures.

Can the Steelers keep their top four cornerbacks without killing the 2021 salary cap?

Is it possible for the Steelers to have the same secondary in 2021 without adding money to their salary cap situation?

Should the Steelers restructure Derek Watt’s contract?

The Steelers’ fullback is one of the few players on the team with multiple years left on his contract.

Will playing a 17th game increase players’ salary cap hit?

If the NFL adds another game, the players will get an extra check. If the players get an extra check, how does it affect the salary cap?

Updating the NFL teams currently with the best and worst salary cap situation

Although the Steelers are in the bottom part of the league, they are not in the worst salary cap situation as the 2021 league year approaches.

New TV deals reportedly holding up setting the 2021 NFL salary cap

If there’s a chance the NFL cannot cut the salary cap as much as expected, they’ll take the extra time to do so.