Likely 2024 NFL salary cap casualties: 20 veterans who could be released

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson
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We’re going to see some big-name NFL salary cap casualties before free agency opens up in March. Future Hall of Famers Russell Wilson was on the chopping block before being released.

As teams position themselves to dethrone the two-time Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, creating financial flexibility for the offseason has to be seen as key.

Below, we look at 20 likely NFL salary cap casualties for the 2024 offseason.

Related: 10 bold predictions for the 2024 NFL offseason

Von Miller, EDGE, Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills edge rusher Von Miller
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Xavien Howard, cornerback, Miami Dolphins (released, 2/23/24)

Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard
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Hunter Renfrow, wide receiver, Las Vegas Raiders

Las Vegas Raiders' Hunter Renfrow
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Khalil Mack, EDGE, Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers' Khalil Mack
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Allen Robinson, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Allen Robinson
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Darren Waller, tight end, New York Giants

New York Giants tight end Darren Waller
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Harrison Smith, safety, Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith
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Alvin Kamara, running back, New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara
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Jimmy Garoppolo, quarterback, Las Vegas Raiders

Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo
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Tre’Davious White, cornerback, Buffalo Bills (released, 3/6/24)

Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White
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Jamal Adams, safety, Seattle Seahawks (released, 3/5/24)

Seattle Seahawks' Jamal Adams
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Keenan Allen, wide receiver, Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen
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Justin Simmons, safety, Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons
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C.J. Mosley, linebacker, New York Jets

New York Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley
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Geno Smith, quarterback, Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith
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Tyrann Mathieu, safety, New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints safety Tyrann Mathieu
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Stefon Diggs, wide receiver, Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs
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Haason Reddick, EDGE, Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles' Haason Reddick
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Michael Gallup, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup
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Russell Wilson, quarterback, Denver Broncos (released, 3/4/24)

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson
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