I have a feeling we should still be north of $40 million in cap space left, I know RM is front loading almost all of these contracts so that in the following years we're not on the hook for dead money should we need to release someone. I was thinking about exactly how much we need to put aside to sign everyone we draft this year. Last year's #5 pick was Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah, he signed a 4 year contract for a total of $18.6 million with $11.9 million of that being for the signing bonus, his cap hit for the first year was $3.3 million. The 4th pick of the 2nd round last year was Darius Slay, he signed a deal for 4 years and $5.3 million with $2.2 million of that being for the signing bonus with a first year cap hit of less that $1 million. With the possibility that we might take a QB in the 2nd round I looked at Geno Smith's contract who was selected with the 7th pick in the 2nd round, he signed for $5 million over 4 years with $2 million for the signing bonus and a cap hit less than $1 million. Rookie deals usually have a small base salary that rises every following year with the signing bonus spread out over the length of the contract. So it seems like it'll take around $6 million for us to sign our entire draft class, Which means Reggie still has about roughly $30 to $40 million left to play with in free agency, but if someone has updated figures that would be great.