The NFL set the league-wide salary cap Monday at $143.28 million per team, but the 49ers will have additional cap space due to a carryover in space from last season and adjustments.
The 49ers have yet to make any cost-cutting moves this offseason. A year ago, they released veteran cornerback Carlos Rogers to gain cap relief.
Australia rugby league star Jarryd Hayne is expected to decide early next week where he will begin his possible NFL career.
The 49ers reportedly have $1.577 million of space under the NFL’s estimated $142 million salary cap.
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