The NFL Experience has a hard salary cap. Teams cannot exceed $400 at any time.
That said, teams can buy out players before each season for a real-life fee. If the player has one or two years remaining on their contract (i.e., a 2018 or 2019 contract), it will cost $5. If the player has three or more years remaining, (i.e., a 2020 or later contract), it will cost $10.
If teams want to cut contracted players during each season, they can. However: the contract will remain on team’s books for that season (so there will be no salary cap savings), and each year remaining on the contract will cost $5 real-life dollars.
So, for example, a player with a $10/2021 contract that is cut in the 2018 season will keep $10 on the books for 2018 in fantasy cap money, and will cost $20 in real-life money.
Let me know if there are any questions.
Hard Cap: 400 dollars
Salary Cap Penalties
AP Says PIIHB: None.
Beantown Swagga: None.
Bizarro Al Davis: Doug Baldwin (18/2020), Deone Bucannon (10/2020), Vince Williams (10/2019). Total: $25.
Bortles Kombat: Bilal Powell (9/2019), Linval Joseph (14/2019), Sean Lee (34/2020), Tyler Eifert (23/2021). Total: $35.
Chef’s Menu: None.
Ground ‘N’ Pound: None.
Jimmy G-Strings: Austin Sefarian-Jenkins (12/2019). Total: $5.
Ramblin Wreck: None.
RG3 for President: None.
Smoking Trees: Allen Hurns (23.1/2019), Blake Bortles (15/2021). Total: $20.
Straight Cash Homie: None.
Temujin: Chris Hogan (10/2019), Gerald McCoy (20/2019). Total: $10.
That’s My-Danek!: Mason Foster (15/2019), Telvin Smith (15/2021). Total: $20.
The Practice Squad: Rishard Matthews (8/2019), Alex Smith (12/2019), Martavis Bryant. (10/2020), Isaiah Crowell (15/2020), Kawaan Short (15/2020). Total: $40.
The Replacements: Rob Kelley (22/2019). Total: $5.