The cuts are starting to come in from across the NFL as teams massage their rosters to get under the salary cap by March 12, and position themselves for free agency at the same time. This is the time of year where some big names with even bigger contracts start hitting the market.

On Friday, the Green Bay Packers released safety Charles Woodson, clearing $10 million in scheduled salary and bonus pay off their 2013 cap. Earlier in the week, the Buffalo Bills cut CB Terrence McGee, whom they had signed to a new two-year deal last offseason. His release saves the Bills $1.75 million in base salary and clears $4.46 million off their 2013 cap. The Giants cleared nearly $14 million in cap in one fell swoop by releasing Chris Canty, Ahmad Bradshaw and Michael Boley.

There's a general consensus that the Cowboys are about $20 million over the 2013 salary cap, which means that the Cowboys will have to take a number of steps to get under the $121 million cap ceiling.