By: Aj Mansour | KFAN.com
Minneapolis, MN - Throughout the extent of free agency the Minnesota Vikings have been one of the teams with a fair amount of cap room to play around with. That number got a little larger Saturday morning as the team restructured the contracts of three veterans pushing the current cap space to right around $16 million.
Headlining the trio was linebacker Chad Greenway who negotiated his deal with the Vikings for the 2014 season. The deal will save the Vikings about $1 million against the cap this year and in exchange fully guarantees Greenway's salary of $5.5 million.
Along with Greenway, fullback Jerome Felton and safety Jamarca Sanford also restructured saving an additional $750,000.
The movement makes you wonder weather or not the Vikings are setting the table to make a splash this weekend on the free agent market. The NFL Draft could account for about $7 million against the cap this year giving the Vikings $9 million or so to play with on the market.