SUMMARY: For the first time in recent years, the Tennessee Titans head into the offseason free from salary cap jail. Yes, they are technically over the cap, but that’s just an accounting formality as they can easily free up many millions of dollars in free cap space. While they will be letting a few players go, it won’t be anything like cutting many high-priced starters in their primes, as we witnessed last year on “Blue Monday”. On March 3, teams will need to be under the salary cap, which we can conservatively expected to be around $93M in 2006 (it could easily be a few million dollars higher). The Titans got one big move out of the way early by signing defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch to a new 4-year deal, preventing their best potential free agent from walking away. http://www.gotitans.com/artman/publish/article_001328.shtml What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.