We are getting into a good time for NFL teams, but we have a problem.
The NFL is now in the midst of the most expensive offseason in history.
The average salary of every team in the league is now $6 million.
But while the average salary in 2016 was $5.5 million, the average starting salary in the NFL this season is $11.7 million.
This isn’t just because of the NFL’s $2 billion television contract.
It’s because the average number of games a team will play this season will increase by four games.
The league will also spend $1.6 billion on television in 2017, up from the previous year of $8.9 billion.
But with a league salary cap of $63.7 billion, it’s difficult to predict how much money teams will spend this offseason.
In fact, it may be difficult to determine what the average NFL team will actually spend.
We’re going to start with the worst team: New Orleans Saints.
If you’ve seen the Saints’ logo, you know the team is in need of a big rebuild.
New Orleans has had three head coaches in the past five years, and only one of those coaches is a winning coach.
And with that lack of success, New Orleans may look to get rid of some of its veterans.
The Saints were one of only two teams to miss the playoffs last season, with the other team missing the playoffs entirely.
The team is also one of just six teams that have made the playoffs in each of the past four seasons.
So what’s the plan?
The Saints have made some significant changes to the roster in the offseason, including trading for running back Alvin Kamara and signing quarterback Drew Brees.
They have also upgraded the secondary, signing cornerback Delvin Breaux and signing linebacker Ryan Shazier.
The move to sign Brees was the biggest splash of the offseason.
Brees is coming off a career season in which he finished third in the MVP voting.
But he was also the subject of a huge sex scandal and his marriage fell apart.
New Saints general manager Mickey Loomis said he believes Brees will be a franchise quarterback.
He also has said he would like to play more snaps with Brees than he had last season.
That will give the Saints a good shot at winning the Super Bowl.
Brees signed a five-year, $126 million contract with the Saints.
The franchise tag was a one-year deal that could have paid Brees $24 million in 2018, with a $30 million signing bonus.
Brees has yet to report to training camp.
So if the Saints don’t sign Brees, they’ll be relying on the draft to fill the void.
The New York Jets have had two head coaches since the start of the 2017 season.
First, New York signed former 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan.
Then the Jets hired Rex Ryan as their new offensive coordinator.
Ryan has been the head coach of the Jets since 2010.
Ryan is expected to be the next head coach after the NFL picks its first coach in 2018.
Ryan’s offense is more of a hybrid passing/running system, but he has been successful at building an offense around running back Bilal Powell.
The Jets are expected to use a number of offensive players this offseason, and they could use some of that talent to draft a quarterback.
But the Jets are also expected to get younger this offseason to make room for a new head coach.
The Washington Redskins have spent the past three seasons with four head coaches.
The Redskins are expected be spending the next three seasons without a head coach, which is a disappointing ending to a successful team that won the Superbowl last season with quarterback Kirk Cousins.
The Cowboys have had three coaches in five years.
Last year, they hired Kyle Shanahan, and he helped them land Dez Bryant, DeMarco Murray, and Dez Wells.
He had a rough season with his team, but Romo has been a steady quarterback throughout his career.
The Dallas Cowboys have signed running back Ezekiel Elliott, defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, cornerback Morris Claiborne, linebacker Brian Orakpo, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, and linebacker A.J. Klein.
The roster is filled with talented players who are likely to be contributors this season.
Elliott will have a lot of time to prove himself, and his success could have a big impact on the Cowboys.
The Miami Dolphins have had five head coaches this season and are expected spend the next four seasons without one.
General manager Dennis Hickey said that his team will be looking to sign one of their quarterback to a long-term contract.
The Dolphins are expected add offensive linemen David Yankey and Anthony Steen, defensive ends Brandon King and Brian Poole, linebacker Brandon Fields, and defensive tackle Chris Jones.
The offensive line is an area of concern for the Dolphins.
Linebacker Kenny Stills has had a down year in 2016, but the Dolphins have also signed defensive lineman Shaquille Rodgers.
The defensive line will be in a rebuilding mode, but Stills should still be