While the NFL's new league year commences at 1 p.m. PT today, it's hard to imagine the Raiders being big players when it comes to free agency.
The stalemate between the Raiders and outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley remains as such."No calls either way," Wimbley's agent, Joe Linta, told CSNCalifornia.com in an email.
The NFL has announced the salary cap for the 2012 season will be 120.6 million, slightly more than the 120.375 million figure from 2011.As such, and by the math done on this end, the Raiders are 1.
Carson Palmer's restructured contract, announced by Oakland Thursday evening, actually saved the Raiders 9.34 million against the salary cap, according to Scout.com.