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New York Jets release defensive end Henry Anderson – ESPN

By cutting DE Henry Anderson, the Jets now have more than $75 million in cap space as they prepare for free agency.

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — In a cost-cutting move, the New York Jets on Tuesday released veteran defensive end Henry Anderson, who started 24 games for them over the past three seasons.
By cutting Anderson, who carried a $9.5 million cap charge, the Jets will save $8.2 million — the amount of his nonguaranteed base salary. The remaining $1.3 million will remain as a “dead” charge.
This gives the Jets more than $75 million in cap space as they prepare for free agency.
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